Handicapping & Race Analysis

TODAY February 20, 2018
Th ex-jockey Robbie Davis lives vicariously through his children, Dylan, Jackie and Katie, who ride at different tracks in the Northeast. Sunday, Robbie Davis was living large as he watched Dylan make a bit of history of his own, winning six races at ...
John Bisono rode his 1,000th winner Saturday – for the second time. Bisono scored his 1,000th career victory in the United States on Saturday in the fifth race at Parx Racing aboard Irish Colonel for trainer Cal Lynch. Bisono was previously honored at ...
After a 16-year absence, the Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred Championships will return this year and offer a 25-race series that will run from mid-May to mid-September.
Road to the Derby: El Camino Real Derby analysis
YESTERDAY February 19, 2018
Tribal Storm was last out of the gate and the last runner into the lane, but he was first to the finish line in the $60,125 Lost in the Fog on Monday at Golden Gate Fields.
On Monday, Heck Yeah won the $201,035 California Cup Derby for statebreds at 1 1/16 miles on dirt. Ridden by Mike Smith, Heck Yeah led throughout and held off a mild threat from the recent maiden-race winner Violent Ridge to win by 1 1/4 lengths.
Hawaakom gave longtime trainer Wes Hawley the first graded stakes victory of his career Monday at Oaklawn, rolling up the rail for a 3 ¼-length victory over Leofric in the Grade 3, $500,000 Razorback Handicap. It was another 1 ½ lengths back in third ...
Trainer Keith Desormeaux sent My Boy Jack to Oaklawn for the Grade 3, $500,000 Southwest Stakes in part to get a line on how the horse, a stakes winner on turf, might handle dirt. He got an emphatic answer when My Boy Jack roared to 4 ½-length win over ...
When she stopped beating herself up, Pulpit Rider beat the six other 3-year-old California-bred fillies in the $200,000 California Cup Oaks at Santa Anita on Monday.