Tournaments

August 16, 2017
Equestricon reminded me of a handicapping contest. Just like a major contest, Equestricon brought together a broad coalition of horseplayers and racing industry types in a space where ideas were exchanged and fun was had. Here's the difference though: ...
August 11, 2017
Winning Wednesday's Saratoga tournament wasn't enough for Terry Cook, a Baltimore resident and retired auto-industry business owner. He went one better by winning Thursday's contest as well, giving him more than $73,000 in prizes for the week.
August 10, 2017
Nick Fazzolari is a lifelong racing fan. Then again, he didn't really have a choice. “My father's idea of a vacation has always been to take the family to Lake George and drag me to the races every day,” said the 56-year-old financial services advisor ...
August 09, 2017
So far, 25 players have qualified for the World Championship of Handicapping, with David Wilganowski and Sam Richman being the latest to add their names to the roster for the $1 million, no-takeout WCH finals. Players can buy in for $5,000 but both men ...
August 07, 2017
David Wilganowski and Sammy Richman are the latest winners of their $5,000 entries to the World Championship of Handicapping via DRF Tournaments. The WCH is a million-dollar online contest with no takeout that will take place early next year.
August 03, 2017
On Whitney Day, DRF Tournaments gives players another chance to win into the $1 million, no-takeout finals of the World Championship of Handicapping. The WCH will take place online early next year and is limited to 200 entries.
August 02, 2017
Have you thought about playing in contests but just haven't pulled the trigger? Let Brent Matazinsky be an example to you. Matazinsky, a 26-year-old technical writer from Troy, N.Y., just recently started playing in contests and the early results have ...
August 01, 2017
For Wednesday and Thursday, DRF Tournaments will feature races 2-10 from Saratoga. On Saturday, DRF Tournaments gives players a chance to win in to the finals of the World Championship of Handicapping
July 31, 2017
Two more players punched their tickets to the $1 million, no-takeout World Championship of Handicapping on DRF Tournaments on Saturday. Steven Meier was best in the field of 27, earning his second $5,000 WCH seat, and Sean Taber won a seat as well.
July 27, 2017
Saturday's featured contest is the latest Grade 1 qualifier for the World Championship of Handicapping. The WCH is a championship-level, online event. Assuming full participation, the purse will be $1 million.