The brief Keeneland Summer Meet will begin on Wednesday, July 8 and run through Sunday, July 12. But what the meeting lacks in quantity of racing days, it more than makes up…
A weekly series analyzing recent maiden winners poised to join the Road to the Kentucky Derby.
With the event of a 2-year-old maiden race, comes one of the greatest challenges in the handicapping world, and for some the most fun, in how will first time starters perform –…
Another challenging 10-race program at Churchill Downs awaits horseplayers on Friday. Here is who I’m looking forward to betting, a favorite I’m against, and the best longshot.
With Oaklawn Park closing for the spring season, let us analyze how trainers that move their talent to Churchill Downs fare.
With no racing back home, Southern California invaders will continue to eye major prizes during Oaklawn Park’s Racing Festival of the South this Saturday, Apr. 25.
Steve Asmussen has been a mainstay at the top of Oaklawn Park trainer standings, that’s why it was so unusual to see the Hall of Fame trainer go winless.
The racing week at Oaklawn Park concludes on Sunday with a nine-race card. As usual, there is a Pick 5 sequence conducted over the final five races.
Jason Beem has curated a selection of his favorite moments interviewing 34 highly regarded Trainers in the industry and brings them to you!
The $250,000 Jeff Ruby Steaks (G3) will be run Saturday as race 11 at Turfway Park. The 1 1/8-mile event is for 3-year-olds and is part of the 2020 Road to the Kentucky Derby series with 20-8-4-2 points going to the top four finishers.
The $1 million Rebel will be run Saturday at Oaklawn Park. Part of the 2020 Road to the Kentucky Derby series, the Rebel awards 50-20-10-5 points for the top four finishers.
Five Hall of Fame trainers and newcomers from southern California, New York and the pacific northwest are among the conditioners at Oaklawn’s 2020 meet.