You are here: Home Horse Racing



Questions Abound In 2013 Kentucky Derby

Perhaps the most fascinating thing about horse racing–or more specifically the betting component of the sport–is its complexity. To be successful a handicapper has to deal with countless interlocking variables and other ‘moving parts’. Pedigree, past performance, class of opposition,

Kentucky Derby Post Draw Set For Wednesday

The Triple Crown horse racing season gets underway this weekend with the running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. While ‘unofficial’ betting odds have been available for quite some time now thanks to futures betting markets


I’ll Have Another Getting Ready For Run At Triple Crown

The Belmont Stakes is set for Saturday, the field has been finalized and post positions assigned and the opening betting odds have been released. The only thing that remains is for the race to be run and all eyes will


Belmont Stakes To Attract Unprecedented Betting Interest

With I’ll Have Another poised to become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1977 the Belmont Stakes has already attracted an incredible about of interest from the mainstream sports media and casual fans. It’ll also attract a ton


I’ll Have Another Racing For Immortality In Belmont Stakes

The Belmont Stakes is a big deal every year, but this year the third race of the Triple Crown will attract more interest than usual. I’ll Have Another enters the race as the winner of both the Kentucky Derby and


I’ll Have Another Makes History In Kentucky Derby Win

Heading up to the Kentucky Derby sharp horse players had their eye on I’ll Have Another. One turf writer quipped that I’ll Have Another Was the ‘Rodney Dangerfield of thoroughbreds’ in that like his comedic predecessor he received ‘no respect’.


Hunter S. Thompson’s Kentucky Derby Classic Re-Released

The 138th running of the Kentucky Derby will take place this Saturday, May 5th, at the venerable Churchill Downs race track in Louisville, Kentucky. Just in time for ‘The Run For The Roses’, a literary classic from Louisville native Hunter


Uncle Mo Ready To Resume Training

2010 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Uncle Mo–who was the early favorite for the Kentucky Derby before a late scratch from the race–is ready to resume training. After a disappointing third place finish in the Wood Memorial he received a full


Dialed In To Have Knee Surgery

Bad news today for the connections of Kentucky Derby beaten favorite Dialed In. According to trainer Nick Zito, Dialed In will have knee surgery next week and will be out of training for an undetermined amount of time. The prevailing


Tornado Strikes Churchill Downs

All racing and training at Louisville’s iconic Churchill Downs was cancelled on Thursday after a tornado struck the facility on Wednesday night. The most extensive damage was to barns where horses are kept, but the rest of the track suffered