Beginning Thursday at Meydan, the Dubai World Cup Carnival offers racing in the build-up to the DWC on Mar. 27 and $20 million Saudi Cup implications on Feb. 20.
Even though superstar Almond Eye has been retired, fillies and mares will still hold a strong hand in the Arima Kinen (G1) on Sunday in Japan.
Among the four Hong Kong International Races taking place on Sunday at Sha Tin Racecourse, the most difficult to handicap is surely the Hong Kong Sprint.
If you need an example of how varying race distances can affect the form of individual horses, just check out the Hong Kong Vase (G1) at Sha Tin Racecourse.
Among the four Group 1 events that comprise the Hong Kong International Races at Sha Tin Racecourse, the Hong Kong Cup (G1) looms as the most coveted prize.
A field of extraordinary depth and talent has assembled for the Hong Kong Mile (G1) at Sha Tin Racecourse, but Golden Sixty is clearly the horse to beat.
The favorites look formidable in Sunday’s four Hong Kong International Races at Sha Tin, but value-oriented alternatives abound.
Planning to bet the ultra-competitive races in Hong Kong this winter? Here are three helpful handicapping trends to keep in mind:
Melbourne Cup post time for the A$6 million “Race That Stops a Nation” is 11 p.m. ET. Watch and bet online with TwinSpires.com!
Resident Australian handicapper, Andrew Brown, previews a huge Friday night of racing action from Down Under for TwinSpires.
by Andrew Brown TwinSpires players are set to be treated to another huge night of racing from Down Under on Friday night. When and where to watch: 1:15am ET, USA on TwinSpires…
Even without Enable competing, this week’s Ebor Festival at York is hardly lacking in star power. A select group in the Juddmonte International (G1) and a Group 3 event for juveniles earlier in the card.