The table is set for a big end to November starting with a high-quality holiday weekend of racing and wagering this Thanksgiving.
Add these runners to your horses to watch list for Churchill Downs, and bet them back next time if they land in a reasonable spot in Kentucky, Gulfstream Park, or elsewhere.
The Gulfstream season, which will continue until March 29, will feature the best trainers, jockeys, grass horses and stakes races in action at this time of year, making it a must-bet track for all serious horseplayers and handicappers for the next several months.
All of these horses that ran at Churchill Downs have good chances to perform well, outrun their odds, and/or win their subsequent starts. Best of luck.
Trip notes helps highlight horses whom have good chances to perform well, outrun their odds, and/or win their subsequent starts.
Racing and wagering at the November portion of the Aqueduct meet is in full swing, where can horseplayers look for winners in human trends taking shape
The following are trip notes for horses who had sharp efforts or tough trips at Churchill Downs during the first six racing days of the fall meet from Sun., Oct. 27 through Sun., Nov. 3, and who figure to improve or run big in their next starts.
The opening weekend at Aqueduct, which began its 22-racing day fall season on Friday, Nov. 1. A five-day-per-week schedule, Wednesday-thru-Sundays.
A horse’s jockey does matter in the Breeders’ Cup, and it is one of the many factors that should be considered, along with other common factors…
The following are trip notes for horses who had sharp efforts or tough trips at Keeneland during closing week, and who figure to improve or run big in their next starts. Add…
The Churchill Downs Fall Meet is here, and the season, which lasts from Sunday, Oct. 27 to Sunday, Dec. 1 offers some of the autumn’s best racing during the post-Breeders’ Cup time of the year.
Racing for the week of Oct. 16-20 at Keeneland was run under good weather conditions, on mostly a fast main track and firm turf.