TODAY July 29, 2015
DRF handicapper Marcus Hersh provides insight for a pick four play on Thursday's program at Saratoga.
Litfin: Saratoga pick three play for Thursday, July 30
The much-anticipated duel between reigning sprint champion Judy the Beauty and the New York-bred millionaire La Verdad developed early but lasted for little more than three-eighths of a mile in Wednesday’s $200,000 Honorable Miss Handicap. That’s about ...
March looks like he could be the favorite Saturday in the Amsterdam, a 6 1/2-furlong race that serves as a stepping-stone to the Grade 1 King’s Bishop here on Aug. 29.
Trainer David Jacobson will turn to his best horse to help him snap out of a slump when he runs Salutos Amigos in the Grade 1, $350,000 Alfred G. Vanderbilt at Saratoga.
Trainer Todd Pletcher is doing a juggling act with his 3-year-olds this weekend, but his plans seem set for at least one horse, Stanford, who could be the horse to catch and beat in Friday’s $100,000 Curlin Stakes at Saratoga.
Charlie Hayward, former executive for Daily Racing Form and the New York Racing Association, suffered a fractured pelvis when he was hit by a car while riding a bicycle.
The lineup for Saturday’s Grade 2 Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga changed significantly at entry time Wednesday and figures to change yet again by post time.
Every horseplayer knows what it’s like to come across a card where horses seem to jump off the page at you. Friday’s card at Saratoga is like that for me. I think this card has a nice mix of price horses worth taking a shot with and logical horses that ...
Trainer Danny Gargan saddles Native Gold (#2, ML 4-1) in Wednesday's 10th race at Saratoga, a seven-furlong claiming race. Since Jan., 1, 2014, Gargan is winning at a 33 percent clip in sprints, for a return on investment of $4.62. Check out the ...