Handicapping & Race Analysis

April 23, 2016
The $100,000 Robert Hilton Memorial Stakes at Charles Town was bet like a match race and turned out to be exactly that when the gates opened. Quijote and Dig Deep went right to the lead and were never separated by more than a length until the stretch ...
R U Watchingbud came charging on the outside from far back under Emma-Jayne Wilson to post an upset in Saturday’s $125,000 New Providence Stakes at Woodbine.
April 22, 2016
Brooklynsway got a perfect trip in the Doubledogdare Stakes on Friday at Keeneland. I’m a Chatterbox, not so much. The result was a 25-1 upset for Brooklynsway and jockey Robby Albarado in the 22nd running of the Grade 3, $100,000 Doubledogdare before ...
Churchill Downs announced Friday that it has formed a nonprofit ownership group designed to expose fans to Thoroughbred ownership, with the stable to be managed by Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas.
Trainer Jimmy Toner thought he was doing the smart thing by ducking Catch a Glimpse in the Grade 3 Appalachian Stakes at Keeneland on April 14 and pointing Time and Motion to Sunday's $100,000 Memories of Silver Stakes on closing day at Aqueduct.
Is Ad Lutem as good as her first race seems to indicate she is? Trainer Ralph Nicks will get the answer to that question late Sunday afternoon at Gulfstream Park when he sends the 3-year-old homebred out against just four other fillies in the ...
A combination of a horse shortage and an extremely wet winter in Vancouver contributed to the cancellation of Saturday's scheduled card at Hastings. Instead, there are 10 races Sunday and one of the most likely winners, Richter Red, will make his ...
Estellara will be stepping above her conditions when she runs in an allowance race for fillies and mares that will serve as Sunday's feature race at Emerald Downs. Nonetheless, she looks capable of winning the wide-open six-furlong dash that drew six ...
Sunday, Moment Is Right will have her 3-year-old debut in the $75,000 Surfside Stakes for fillies at six furlongs.
New management pumped $70 million into ThistleDown Racino prior to the opening of the 2016 live racing season. Although none of that money is earmarked for purses or additional stakes, there's reason for optimism that the racing product is on the rise.