An outstanding card with 13 races, led by the $1 million Queen’s Plate, will be hosted by Woodbine on Sunday. I will take aim at cashing in on the Pick 5, which starts in Race 6 and concludes with the featured event. Race 6, King Edward S. (G2): 2015 winner #5 TOWER OF TEXAS bagged the Connaught...|
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by Scott Shapiro Happy Independence Day weekend to you and yours! Most folks have a lot more than horse racing going on as we approach the Fourth of July on Tuesday. Time spent with family and friends over the next couple days can be some of the more memorable moments of the summer. Click to...|
by Scott Shapiro The final Saturday afternoon card of the Santa Anita spring meeting is upon us and the 10-race slate includes a challenging late Pick 4 that has the potential to pay well. The 55th running of the $100,000 Grade 3 Wilshire Stakes run at one mile over the Santa Anita lawn headlines...|
It’s closing night at Churchill Downs, which means everything must go in the carryover pools: the $3,375 Super High 5 on the 11th (last) race and the $146,754 Single (Pick 6) jackpot, which isn’t a jackpot on the final day of the spring-summer meeting. The Pick 6 begins in race 5 and is a tricky...|
The pool for Friday’s mandatory Jackpot 6 payout at Churchill Downs is expected to exceed $1 million and a nice card awaits horseplayers. The sequence begins in Race 5, which is scheduled for 7:57 p.m. (EDT) on the Downs After Dark closing-day program. Dale Romans is sitting on 699 wins at...|
The field is now set for the 158th running of the Queen’s Plate, the longest continuously run race in North American and the first leg of the Canadian Triple Crown. TwinSpires.com is ready for all the action with its FREE Queen’s Plate Betting Guide. Alastair Bull takes a look at the...|
By Dick Powell As we head into July, I often get asked by people who see me in Saratoga, “How do you get ready for the meet?” I usually respond with a shriek and break out into a cold sweat. “Saratoga is opening in three weeks? OMG!” It’s not like I am not paying attention but I am so...|
The July 4 weekend will be colorful in the Pennsylvania mountains as Pocono Downs presents its Sun Stakes Saturday on the month’s first day. After a mixture of results in last weeks elims, top trotters and pacers compete for the big finals’ prizes, along with healthy consolation events. The...|