Handicapping & Race Analysis

YESTERDAY May 23, 2017
The 9-year-old Forest Mouse won his third stakes race of the year Monday in the $30,000 SunRay Park and Casino Handicap.
Balandeen, making his synthetic surface debut, snapped a five-race losing streak in Monday night’s $100,000 Tom Ridge Stakes for 3-year-olds at Presque Isle Downs.
May 22, 2017
Daz Lin Dawn couldn’t have been more impressive in winning the $50,000 Ross McLeod for 3-year-old fillies at Hastings on Monday. It wasn’t unexpected, as she paid $2.50 for her 6 3/4-length win over last year’s local 2-year-old filly champion, Yukon Belle.
A. P. Zona moved to the top of the local sophomore division with a four-length win over Driller in the $50,000 Jim Coleman Province at Hastings on Monday. He paid $13.70 as the second choice in the wagering behind Fall At Last, who was sent off at 15 ...
A photographic look at how the Preakness unfolded from start to finish.
The quirky chestnut Keen Gizmo notched his first stakes victory on holiday Monday at Woodbine in the $125,000 Steady Growth, a 1 1/16-miles route for Ontario-sired runners.
Though One Last Shot has near-identical race records on turf and dirt, trainer Michael Stidham is hoping that Thursday's second-level allowance feature at Belmont Park stays on the grass.
The trainer Marvin Johnson won 137 races between 2013 and 2016 at Indiana Grand. This meet so far has been a struggle, but a horse named Ron can help get the Johnson stable back on the right track Wednesday.
There will be no Triple Crown bid in the Belmont Stakes, and it's likely the race won't have the Kentucky Derby or Preakness winner. But what it will have is the unluckiest horse in this year's Triple Crown, Classic Empire, as well as international ...