Month: August 2019

Five Key Takeaways From Whitney Stakes Day 2019

Tom Pedulla presents five key takeaways from the 92nd running of the Grade 1 $1 million Whitney Stakes, a Challenge Series “Win and You’re In” qualifying race for the Breeders’ Cup Classic, and other developments on Saturday at Saratoga Race Course: QUEEN OF SARATOGA: Marylou Whitney, the beloved “Queen of Saratoga” who died on July…

Tip for Finding Value Plays in State-Bred Races

These days, many racetracks rely on races for state-breds to fill their cards on a daily basis. These races are restricted to horses bred in that state, which, unless we’re talking about Kentucky, inevitably means the competition in those races will be weaker to some degree than an open race in which horses from any…

Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: An ‘Experiential Investment’ In Horse Racing – Horse Racing News – Paulick Report

MyRacehorse.com founder Michael Behrens and his three children at Santa Anita Park Cot Campbell changed the face of horse racing ownership when he introduced the public partnership in 1969. His ground-breaking ideas sparked the development of thousands of ownership syndicates and introduced Thoroughbred ownership to an entirely new demographic. Michael Behrens is taking Campbell’s idea…

Mystified by horse racing and hats? Here are the rules – CNN

Written by CNN Staff The style guide for the UK’s Qatar Goodwood Festival — a five-day horse-racing event better-known as “Glorious Goodwood” — doesn’t mention anything about mandatory hats. But as all seasoned racegoers know, there is no better excuse for wearing elaborate headwear than a day at the races. There are no brides to…