• 2018 Kentucky Derby Prep Schedule
    Schedule of 2018 Kentucky Derby prep races including the date; race; distance; track; available points; winner; downloadable Brisnet chart; speed figures from Brisnet, Daily Racing Form/Beyer, Equibase, TimeformUS and Optix EQ Trip Grades.
    via Hello Race Fans! on September 17, 2017 10:41 am
  • 2018 Kentucky Oaks Prep Schedule
    Schedule of 2018 Kentucky Oaks prep races including the date; race; distance; track; available points; winner; downloadable Brisnet chart; speed figures from Brisnet, Daily Racing Form/Beyer, Equibase, TimeformUS and Optix EQ Trip Grades.
    via Hello Race Fans! on September 17, 2017 10:40 am
  • 2018 Kentucky Oaks Schedule
    Schedule of 2018 Kentucky Oaks prep races including the date; race; distance; track; available points; winner; downloadable Brisnet chart; speed figures from Brisnet, Daily Racing Form/Beyer, Equibase, TimeformUS and Optix EQ Trip Grades.
    via Hello Race Fans! on September 17, 2017 10:40 am
  • HOW’S HORSE RACING’S BACKEND WORKING?
    By Hans Ebert@hanseberthk As we all should know by now, in this technology driven world, once the backend doesn’t work, it’s cause for alarm when running any business. Of course, there is a need for a good “backend” to every aspect of life- marriage, those providing the backbeat to music,
    via RacingB*tch on September 17, 2017 2:01 am
  • Patrona Margarita Shakes up the Pocahontas Stakes
    Patrona Margarita shook up the Grade 2 Pocahontas Stakes with a runaway four-length victory. The daughter of Special Rate earned a berth in the 2017 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies and is the first filly to earn points for the 2018 Kentucky Oaks. Currently Patrona Margarita isn’t nominated to the
    via Pedigree Power on September 16, 2017 2:24 pm
  • VISITS
      Toronto Ont September 15,2017.Woodbine Racetrack.Ricoh Woodbine Mile contenders,(L-R) Lancasterr Bomber exercise lad Chris Geoghagan,Deauville exercise lad Gary O’Connor,from Ireland,trained by Aiden O’Brien,will attempt to capture the $800,000 dollar race at Woodbine Racetrack on Saturday September 16, 2017. michael burns photo                  
    via Thoroughblog on September 16, 2017 8:38 am
  • thank you, The Pizza Man
    I’m glad The Pizza Man is being honoured at Arlington on Woodbine Mile day.  It fits.  With what turned out to be his final career win, on Mile day last year, the Pizza Man gave me a hug when I needed it most. The Pizza Man at Woodbine. On one
    via Blinkers Off on September 16, 2017 2:43 am
  • WOODBINE SELECTIONS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16 2017
        RACE 1 – POST TIME – 1:00 PM Rolling Double / Exacta / 0.20 Trifecta / 0.20 Superfecta 0.20 Pick 3 (Races 1-2-3) Purse $45,000. (Plus $6,300 – Other Sources). For Ontario Sired Maidens, Fillies Two Years Old. Weight, 119 Lbs. Six And One Half Furlongs. (All Weather
    via Thoroughblog on September 15, 2017 10:19 pm
  • Marshall Lilly: Race Horse Man
    For the entire ten year existence of this site, I have frequently used this photograph of the racehorse Colin ridden by an African American man in a derby hat. That man, Marshall Lilly, has been seen often and only occasionally mentioned here. Little has been written of Lilly anywhere in
    via Colin’s Ghost on September 15, 2017 8:05 pm
  • Woodbine Titans of the Turf: Shakespeare
    WEG/Michael Burns photography I remember the first time I saw Shakespeare. It was the day of the Jockey Club Gold Cup in 2005, and I’d headed out to Belmont with a couple of fellow English teacher friends, and he, along with English Channel, was running in the Joe Hirsch
    via Brooklyn Backstretch on September 15, 2017 7:40 pm
  • DRF Players Podcast Show 269, September 15, 2017
    0 DRF Players Podcast Peter Thomas Fornatale and Jonathon Kinchen discuss Saturday's cross-continental Pick Five. Plus, how do you solve a problem like Navarro? The DRF Players’ Podcast covers the top stories in horse racing, from the player’s perspective. Join hosts Peter Thomas Fornatale and Jonathon Kinchen as they
    via DRF Players Podcast on September 15, 2017 3:26 pm
  • Oppenheim: Keeneland Books 1-2–How Good Was It?
    This week at Keeneland, 681 yearlings sold in Books 1 and 2, grossing $196,645,000, and averaging $288,759. There have been 13 seven-figure ($1m+) yearlings so far, compared to nine in the first two books last year, and 116 yearlings which sold for $500,000+, compared to 96 last year. When
    via Bill Oppenheim at TDN on September 15, 2017 2:23 pm
  • WHAT TWO HORSE RACE?
    By Hans Ebert@hanseberthk Hong Kong pls… the boy is 4/4 and can't get a handshake #poor #PoonTrain @Punters pic.twitter.com/IBXSeZjnaN — Mark Haywood (@hayw0od) September 13, 2017 Something quite remarkable happened on Happy Wednesday. Actually it’s been happening since the start of the season. From the Hong Kong jockey’s premiership looking
    via RacingB*tch on September 15, 2017 1:28 pm
  • The Friday Show Presented By The Woodbine Jackpot $1.4M Carryover: Where’s The Hammer?
    It's been a wild ride lately for the seedier side of horse racing. A video that surfaced on the Internet revealed talk of “juice” and bookies. A serial violator of medication rules had his suspension reduced. And some connections trying to hide syringes had the book thrown at them. Where
    via Paulick Report Features on September 15, 2017 10:24 am
  • So is Keeneland Now a Mini-Death Star?
    It's been an interesting summer in Kentucky horse racing.The big news, of course, was Keeneland completely doing a 180 from their strong historical branding to hike takeout rates. It was speculated at the time that this probably wasn't their idea, they were simply following a lead from Churchill Downs Inc,
    via Pull the Pocket on September 15, 2017 9:50 am
  • Observations from the First Two Books of #KeeSept
    The first four Keeneland September sessions are in the book with all Book 1 and 2 horses headed for their next adventures. Spirits, and averages, were up at this year’s revamped early sessions of the sale with buyers opening their wallets wide to take home some new racing prospects. In
    via All Equine All the Time on September 15, 2017 9:23 am
  • WEEKEND
    WHO ARE THE WISE GUY HORSES IN THE WOODBINE MILE?   A perusal of the social media networks of various horseplayers and racing outlets suggest that  a few price horses are getting a lot of extra attention for tomorrow’s big race. LANCASTER BOMBER has just a single career win but
    via Thoroughblog on September 15, 2017 8:01 am
  • BARN Podcast 9/15/17
    We look ahead to a big weekend at Woodbine with Emily Gullikson from Optix EQ.  We also discuss the stakes at Churchill Downs, Laurel, and so much more! 
    via Barn Podcast by Jason Beem on September 14, 2017 10:15 pm
  • WOODBINE SELECTIONS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15 2017
    RACE 1 – POST TIME – 1:00 PM Rolling Double / Exacta / 0.20 Trifecta / 0.20 Superfecta 0.20 Pick 3 (Races 1-2-3) Purse $39,800. (Plus $8,000 – State Bred) (Plus $8,000 – Other Sources) (Plus $6,300 – Other Sources). For Fillies And Mares Three Years Old And Upward Which
    via Thoroughblog on September 14, 2017 8:59 pm
  • Racetrackers – w guests jockey Dylan Davis, Mike Migliore and Jose Ortiz
    This week we discuss internatioanl racing with jockey Dylan Davis and his agent Mike Migliore. We also have a congratulatory phone call with Saratoga's leading rider Jose Ortiz. 
    via Racetrackers Podcast on September 14, 2017 8:00 pm
  • QUESTION to INDUSTRY: Why Should One Bet Be Taxed More Heavily Than Another?
    The average takeout for straight bets is a little more than 17 percent. For exotics, it's more than 22 percent. How does this make sense? Why should the more difficult to hit bets be taxed more for the attempt? The answer is typical: This is the way it always has
    via Ante Post on September 14, 2017 5:07 pm
  • Galileo, Montjeu and Giant’s Causeway’s Sisters
    The last weekend was dominated by the Irish Champion Weekend, a meeting full of great races and exceptional horses. As usually, the results of major races brought some inspiration for breeders, on the other hand the five Gr.1 races confirmed some current trends in breeding.
    via Blacktype Pedigree on September 14, 2017 3:37 pm
  • OptixEQ Handicaps Kentucky Downs for September 14, 2017
    Today's picks for closing day at our #1 rated racetrack Kentucky Downs by Emily Gullikson are now available.  Kentucky Downs lucked out with the amount of rain they received from the remnants of Hurricane Irma, and so today's card is a definite go.  The final program of the five-day meet
    via Horseplayers Association of North America on September 14, 2017 11:58 am
  • PR Special Keeneland September: Commercial Breeding Pioneer
    The Paulick Report is once again pleased to offer its special print publication available online and on the grounds of the Keeneland Association in Lexington, Ky., during the annual September Yearling Sale, which runs through Sept. 23. In this edition of the PR Special, Eclipse Award-winning writer Natalie Voss continues
    via Paulick Report Features on September 14, 2017 8:00 am
  • FAKE NEWS
    Following is a partial list of noteworthy developments in American horse racing over the past couple of years: The U. S. Department of Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service finally modernized regulations pertaining to tax withholding on winning wagers.  This has resulted in an estimated $75 million annual increase in
    via Horse Racing Business on September 14, 2017 7:30 am
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