Saratoga Race Course Set for Friday Opening


The Saratoga meeting that starts on Friday will bring together some of the best horses America has to offer.

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Oceanside Stakes Lures Overflow Cast

Oceanside Stakes

Once again, the Oceanside Stakes is a puzzle wrapped into an enigma and the 14 runners in the fields are all capable of winning.

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Del Mar Spot Plays to Start Meet

Del Mar spot plays

This artical is about some Del Mar spot plays that could offer value on opening day Wednesday, July 19.

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Del Mar Offers Sand, Surf and Action

Del Mar offers

This is a column about what Del Mar offers this meeting and it offers plenty of money to go around for bettors and owners alike.

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Keeping Horseracing Simple

keepikeeping horseracing simpleng in simple in horseracing

This article is about keeping it simple in horseracing and if you can do that, the winners will come in droves.

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Delaware Handicap Entices Superstar Songbird

Delaware Handicap

The Grade 1 Delaware Handicap has enticed the superstar Songbird and five other fillies and mares. The $750,000 fixture will be run at a mile and a quarter on Saturday at Delaware Park and those unlucky five will need to have their running shoes on. A Handicap race is a race in which horses carry different weights, determined by the …

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Jockey Evin Roman Peaking Right Now

jockey Evin Roman

Jockey Evin Roman is peaking right now and it couldn’t be a better time with the Del Mar meeting on the horizon. Roman is an apprentice rider, also known as a bug boy. Apprentice riders get a 5-pound head start across the board until they reach a certain win count. In California, the rules are pretty much the same as …

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Swinging for the Fences in Horseracing

Swinging for the fences in horseracing

Swinging for the fences in horseracing is not a bad concept but you have to pick your spots. Betting the ponies is a truly inexact science but to try to grind it out and make cash with little return on an investment is a losing strategy in the long run. Back in day it used to be a ticket on …

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Dwyer Stakes Draws Short, Sweet Field

Dwyer Stakes

The Dwyer Stakes drew a short and sweet field on Saturday at Belmont Park and this race is really like a consolation prize. Often times the Dwyer Stakes entices those that could not cut it on the Triple Crown Trail and this year is no exception. The Dwyer Stakes was inaugurated in 1887 as the Brooklyn Derby and it was …

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Belmont Derby Invitational Tops Bevy of Stakes in New York

Belmont Derby Invitational

The Belmont Derby Invitational tops a bevy of stakes this Saturday at Belmont Park and the day is wrapped around an excellent card. Besides the $1.2 million Grade 1 Belmont Derby Invitational, other stakes including the Grade 3 $400,000 Dwyer for sophomores, the Grade 2 $350,000 Belmont Sprint Championship and the Grade 2 Suburban. The other Grade 1 carded at …

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