Month: May 2020

Dan’s Double: Challenging Saturday Card at Churchill Downs

Dan’s Double of the week, featuring handicapping analysis from America’s Best Racing’s New York correspondent Dan Tordjman, is brought to you by Horseplayers.com, the official online qualifying site of the Breeders’ Cup Betting Challenge (BCBC) and National Horseplayers Championship (NHC). Horseplayers.com offers low-cost feeders every day and BCBC and NHC qualifiers every weekend, and it’s the only site where…

A look at Churchill Downs, as horse racing prepares to resume – STLtoday.com

Let the races begin. After several delays because of coronavirus concerns that ended up postponing the Kentucky Derby to Labor Day weekend, Churchill Downs opened its stables for the first time since winter renovations began in December. Racing will resume on May 16 without spectators, an interesting challenge for a storied track accustomed to fans…

Horse racing to resume at Churchill Downs and Santa Anita – Buffalo News

It has been a busy week on the horse racing front, with various tracks ready to resume racing this weekend, the most notable being Churchill Downs and Santa Anita Park. Santa Anita received approval Wednesday from the Los Angeles County Health Department to continue live racing Friday. Racing will be conducted without spectators and with…

Ohio horse racing to resume on May 22 without spectators – WKYC.com

Horse racing in the state of Ohio has been given permission to return on May 22, although spectators won’t be allowed to attend races. In addition to not allowing spectators, tracks reopening will be required to follow a number of safety measures meant to encourage physical distancing. The announcement was made by Ohio Lt. Governor…

Big Sweep Could be Special in Echo Eddie Stakes at Santa Anita

Racing resumes at Santa Anita Park this weekend and one of two feature races is the $150,000 Echo Eddie Stakes. The field of nine is top-heavy in early speed types. Stir the Pot is the only maiden in the field but may be the fastest early if he can flee the rail, having zipped out to lead from the…

Electronic Horse Racing – 929theticket.com

Bryan Stackpole has an electronic Kentucky Derby horse racing game. Very similar to the electronic football game you might have played as a kid. This works on lanes, and a motor which vibrates the track and moves the horses around the track. The inside lane seems to work the best, and it seems like the…