The Prince of Wales finished in the way I predicted; why longshot winner Wealllikedhim deserved a look; an ASD end-of-season caution.
This 88th running of the second leg of the Triple Crown full of interest and speculation, more than most others in recent memory.
Ho hum ... 38-1 shot Gus's Gamble won the most chaotic race condition to take down the $26K Power Pick 6 pool.
The closing fractions rule worked to perfection in the mid-summer derby, and why nailing an 81-1 horse really wasn’t that complicated.
If a horse gets a clear, unchallenged lead, it has a great possibility of winning — and so it was for Paramount Prince.
Maybe the best way to tackle this year’s Plate is to go with the obvious – but also take a shot at the less obvious.
How to use horses that tend to finish underneath, and why the 75th Manitoba Derby at Assiniboia Downs was a memorable one.
The 75th Manitoba Derby features a mandatory payout of an estimated $2 million pick-5 jackpot – here's how you might snag that.
A look at how well the 7-furlong rule worked in races on Saturday at Woodbine and Century Mile - and who took down a $135K jackpot.
Why Jerry Gourneau’s horses were scratched at ASD for three days, and how it affected handicapping the three race cards.
... home of hot first-time starters, and watch for class-droppers at Del Mar, which kicks off in southern California on Friday.
Investigating why longshot Buttered Toast won, and whether “too much information” can mess up your ability to pick winning horses.
Weekend Recap: Dissecting the huge Hi-5 payout at Woodbine, and figuring out the $94 Wise Dan winner's angles.
Half of the eight races that day were written for non-winners of two races lifetime (nw2L) where just about anything can happen.
A horseplayer at Santa Anita was *this close* to winning a million, and why a Woodbine longshot was actually a good bet.