DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship

YESTERDAY January 27, 2015
John O’Neil, a small-business owner from Huntington Station, N.Y., became the 16th winner of the National Handicapping Championship on Sunday night at Treasure Island in Las Vegas. He got a check for $800,000 for his efforts.
January 26, 2015
The single most cited reason why horseplayers love handicapping contests is the camaraderie. Lifelong friendships are made in the contest room. But having friends in the contest doesn't just mean you'll have more fun - it can also help you win.
January 25, 2015
John O’Neil won $800,000 at the DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship in a field that included 606 entries.
The 16th annual DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship is down to 10 players, led by Ken Jordan of Farmingdale, N.J., and his $283.30 bankroll.
Bob Neumeier, the longtime NBC Sports handicapper and Boston sportscaster, won the DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship Charity Challenge on Saturday.
Chris Larmey knows how it feels to lose out on winning $1 million by a nose. But he exorcised a demon Saturday during the second day of the DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship at Treasure Island in Las Vegas.
January 24, 2015
Three former champions – Brian Troop, Michael Beychok, and John Conte - have made their way into the final 50 at the DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship, the world's richest handicapping contest with more than $2.3 million in purses, held at ...
January 23, 2015
Joe Jarvie, a building engineer and former NCAA basketball official from Renton, Wash., hit the last race on Friday to vault into first place on Day 1 of the three-day National Handicapping Championship at Treasure Island.
January 22, 2015
Have you ever wondered what goes into the process of selecting the mandatory races at the National Handicapping Championship? I always have, and Wednesday I had the chance to sit in on the meeting where the mandatory races were decided.
January 21, 2015
The 16th annual National Handicapping Championship kicks off this weekend at Treasure Island in Las Vegas. The three-day event will be the biggest and richest handicapping contest in history: at least 601 entries will compete for more than $2.3 million ...