Month: October 2020

LETTERS: Horse racing’s handicap, gun insurance, law and order, stolen yard signs – The Columbus Dispatch

Bill would make it difficult for harness racing to survive The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act, currently before Congress, seeks to create national, uniform anti-doping medication and track safety programs to help prevent the catastrophic breakdowns affecting Thoroughbred horses. However, the bill also includes Standardbred horses and leaves an opening for the breed to be regulated…

DRF Gives Insights on Reasons to Bet in Horse Racing – PRNewswire

NEW YORK, Oct. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Daily Racing Form LLC (DRF), a part of the Sports Information group, has been on its toes providing relevant information to sportspersons. Amidst their informative roles are data and editorial coverage that are resourceful for various sports lovers to make informed decisions for even betting activities. The latest…

Dan’s Double: Stretch-Out Play and Class Relief at Belmont

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…

Taking a Shot Against Probable Favorite in Northern Dancer Turf

Count Again won the Grade 3 Singspiel Stakes impressively Sept. 19 at Woodbine, closing from near the back of the nine-horse field to take command in the stretch and then pulling away to win by 1 ¼ lengths. Following the victory, I put together a profile for him on ABR’s website and re-watched the race…

Horse racing newsletter: Congrats to Jessica Pyfer – Los Angeles Times

Hello, my name is John Cherwa and welcome back to our horse racing newsletter as we get a handicapping lesson from Rob Henie, but not from where you think. Newsletter Off to the races Get the latest news, analysis, results and charts with John Cherwa’s definitive Horse Racing newsletter. You may occasionally receive promotional content…

Emerald Downs increases horse racing… – Federal Way Mirror

Emerald Downs in Auburn has announced a 10% purse increase for all races the final three weeks of the 2020 live horse racing season. The track runs races on Wednesday and Thursday, with the season ending Oct. 29. Through 30 days of live racing, handle is averaging $1.87 million, up 67% over last year. Emerald…