Handicapping

Gaudet, Feustle Have Tall Task of Replacing Carulli

He was one of the industry’s top oddsmakers and the face of the Maryland simulcast signal for 11.5 years, so when Frank Carulli retired from the Maryland Jockey Club and moved to Las Vegas after the Pimlico Race Course spring meet concluded in June, it took two Towson University graduates to fill his position. When […]

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Pick 6 Carryover of $176K Awaits at Belmont Park Wednesday

When racing resumes on Wednesday, Belmont Park will present a Pick 6 with a two-day carryover of $176,813. The Pick 6 begins with race 5, which has a scheduled post time of 3:09 p.m. The sequence includes five turf races, and every race has at least eight betting interests (before scratches) in the body of […]

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Night School: ‘Little Brown Jug’

Little Brown Jug, the premier pacing classic for Standardbred 3-year-olds, will take center stage on Night School this week. Tuesday’s episode, which marks Week 29 of the 2013 season, will feature a live chat preview of Thursday’s Jug program. The program begins at 8:30 p.m. ET, and joining Horse Player NOW’s Joe Kristufek on the […]

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Belmont to Host Handicapping Seminar with Beyer and Crist

Two of thoroughbred racing’s most prominent handicappers and authors-Andrew Beyer and Steven Crist-will take part in a special handicapping seminar at Belmont Park from 12:30-2:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 21 in the North Shore Terrace, located on the fourth floor of the clubhouse. The event, to be hosted by NYRA handicapper and television personality Andy […]

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Monmouth Handicappers Have a Chance to Win National Championship Entry

Sharp horse players will have the chance to test their skills on Sunday, Sept. 15, and there are two berths in the 2014 DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship in Las Vegas at stake. There will be walk-up registration only for the $200 Monmouth Park/Woodbine Racetrack Handicapping contest, with $100 as the non-refundable entry fee and $100 […]

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The Xpressbet Weekend Bankroll: Up North

It’s a big weekend north of the border, as Woodbine hosts half a dozen graded stakes, including four “Win and You’re In” events for the Breeders’ Cup in November. Saturday’s card features a pair of high-class turf races for juveniles, the Summer Stakes and the Natalma, both of which look like great betting opportunities. Sunday, […]

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Big Payout for First Belmont – Penn National Thursday Pick 4

Bettors who correctly selected winners in all four legs of the first ever Belmont – Penn National Thursday Pick 4 were rewarded with a payout of $8,358.40 based on a 50 cent winning wager. The total pool of $59,000.50 represented the third largest Pick 4 pool involving races at Penn National – trailing only this […]

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Night School: ‘Small Circuit Handicapping’

A first-time topic, “Small Circuit Handicapping,” has lured a jam-packed group of instructors to the Night School national online fan education forum this Tuesday. Week 28 of the 2013 season will feature a live chat and Q&A with the fans, boasting a panel of handicappers and executives from more than a half-dozen racetracks in the […]

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Horseplayers Corner: Do You Play With a Bankroll?

In the September issue of Horseplayers Monthly, Dean Towers has a column about why horseplayers should play with a proper bankroll – a set-aside of money that does not conflict with paying the mortgage or the bills. Among other things, Towers says a bankroll changes your thinking about gambling and “frees your mind.” He writes: […]

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Belmont Pick 6 Carryover Totals $137,011

When racing resumes on Wednesday, Belmont Park will present a Pick 6 with a two-day carryover of $137,011. The Pick 6 begins with race 4, which has a scheduled post time of 2:38 p.m. The sequence includes four turf races, and every race has at least eight betting interests (before scratches) in the body of […]

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