You should consult Tomlinson figures when you’re handicapping a field with horses that are new (or fairly new) to turf racing.
The retro wager where you select two horses to finish in any of the top three positions is off to a slow start, but is certainly worth a look.
This original betting angle will knock your socks off, inspired by the Kentucky Derby Day pick-6 that paid $1 million for a 20-cent ticket.
Back again for the 2023 racing season, Ivan Bigg offers valuable handicapping insights to help bettors fatten their wallets.
Consistency and quality of racing top the list - plus Canada’s leading rider, Kazushi Kimura, debuts at the southern California track today.
A little patience goes a long way, but a lot of patience goes even further, judging by one horseplayer's epic self-control.
Wrapping up the Canadian racing season with a recap of handicapping tips to carry you over the winter and beyond...
Could this be a record, and what can we learn from the winning horses in each leg? Don't be afraid to throw some pocket change at it ...
In the final race card of the season you handicap differently – not for class, instead you look for “gameness.”
You can learn a lot about how things are shaking out on the day; this just might become your favourite handicapping angle.
You too can get hooked on superfectas by employing a few simple rules and investing a little pocket change.
If you had heeded Mike Welsch's advice and included Blue Stripe in your Breeders’ Cup Distaff ticket, you may have done the happy dance.
Here are a couple of rules to get you started on your Breeders' Cup picks, plus a blow-by-blow of Saturday's card.
Betting on stakes purse values pays off on Sunday - and offers a sneak peek into how to pick Breeders' Cup contenders.
A nw2L case in point at Woodbine on Saturday: when the horse looks logical, but most of the time the logical horse doesn’t win.