There is a Bet Back Promotion for today’s races at Woodbine. If your win bet finishes second, then you get your win bet back. You have to play at least 5 races to qualify. Here are the five I’d take a shot at. Race 2: #3 Releasethe Glacken has been win shy to date, but runs consistently and this...|
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One of the better wagering opportunities (among many great ones) on the 12-race Pattison Canadian International day card today at Woodbine is the Grade 1 double linking the E.P. Taylor and the aforementioned featured race as races 9 & 10, which also kicks off the late Pick 4. For all Canadian...|
There was a parade of sires-stakes/province finals co-starring with the $1-million International Trot at Yonkers in the weekend’s menu of features. The International Trot on Oct. 14 turned out to be a breeze for the strong public favorite, the Italian-based Twister Bi. Our first choice, Oasis...|
Woodbine hosts Canadian International Day on Sunday, featuring the namesake Canadian International (Can-G1), E.P. Taylor Stakes (Can-G1) and Nearctic Stakes (Can-G2), and Kellie Reilly takes a look at the overseas contingent that has shipped in for the event. Click here for FREE Brisnet PPs...|
A huge day of racing will take place at Woodbine Sunday, led by the $800,000 Canadian International S. (G1) and $500,000 E. P. Taylor S. (G1). Two additional graded races will be held – the Nearctic S. (G2) and Ontario Derby (G3) – and the latter marks the return of Queen’s Plate starlet Holy...|
With rain forecast Saturday night and into Sunday in Toronto, chances are the Canadian International (G1) and E.P. Taylor (G1) at Woodbine will be contested on ground less than firm. In the 1 1/4-mile E.P. Taylor for fillies and mares, the ground figures to help contenders like #3 Quidura and #1...|
Even with the unfortunate scratch of Group-1 winning Euro invader Wuheida, Saturday's Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup (G1) remains an outstanding race, aesthetically and betting-wise. The two fillies that intrigue me most are #2 PROCTOR'S LEDGE (9-2) and #3 DADDYS LIL DARLING (20-1). The former...|
by Scott Shapiro The Saturday card at Santa Anita Park is extremely light on star power after the abundance of graded stakes run over the first two weeks of the autumn meeting, but there is still an opportunity to make some money and pad our bankroll as we approach the 2017 Breeders’ Cup World...|