Handicapping

Sportech Announces Upgrades to BetZotic.com

Sportech, Inc., through its subsidiary eBet Technologies, Inc. (“eBet”), is pleased to announce that it has successfully re-launched the Internet and mobile advance deposit wagering service BetZotic.com, a service of Maywood Park of Illinois. BetZotic.com offers Illinois residents age 18 and over the ability to wager over the Internet, with a mobile device or over […]

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Paulick Report Adds New Forum for Horseplayers

Horseplayers Corner, a public forum focused around our sport’s most important constituency group, makes its debut on the Paulick Report website this week. The goal of Horseplayers Corner is to build a community where horseplayers and other industry stakeholders can engage in intelligent conversation, discussing issues of importance to them: technology, wagering strategies, bet types, […]

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Portland Meadows To Host ‘Sorry For the Long Lines – Customer Appreciation Day’

Sunday July 21, 2013 was a day to remember at Portland Meadows for many good reasons.  The day marked the beginning of our second Summer Race Meet and recent day records were set for attendance and handle.  Portland Meadows does not charge for parking or admission but the crowd was estimated at about 6,000 people. […]

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Handicapper and Author Cary Fotias Dies

Cary Fotias, author of “Blinkers Off” and founder of Equiform LLC, died after a lengthy illness last week at the age of 60. Fotias was a board member of the Horseplayers Association of North America, and a member of the NTRA Players’ Panel, where he advocated for new takeout rules. Fotias is survived by his […]

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Gulfstream Racegoer Hits $37,610.27 Ticket

Gulfstream’s popular 10-cent Rainbow 6 was hit by one patron for $37,610.27. The winning ticket was sold at Gulfstream Park. The Rainbow 6 pays out when there is only one unique ticket with the winners of Gulfstream’s last six races. The winners of the six races were: Great Chance (fourth race, $4.40), Tizawonderfullife (fifth, $6.40), […]

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Breeders’ Cup Packages Up For Grabs in Haskell Handicapping Challenge

Handicappers will compete for a round-trip flight to California and VIP tickets for the 2013 Breeders’ Cup in this year’s Haskell Handicapping Challenge. Competitors will choose one horse in each of Sunday’s 14 races for their imaginary $2 win, place, and show bet. The contestant with the highest bankroll at the end of the day […]

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Emerald Downs Adds Simulcast Location

Casino Caribbean, located at 12526 NE 144 St in Kirkland, will be the newest Emerald Downs’ simulcast location, beginning Friday, August 2. Director of Simulcasting Eric Berry said Casino Caribbean’s prime Eastside location makes it a key addition to the network, adding the facility is ”upscale and spacious.” A 25-foot projection TV broken into eight […]

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The Xpressbet Weekend Bankroll: Midsummer Dreams

For the first time since 1982, next month’s Travers Stakes could feature three colts that each won a Triple Crown race. Two of those 3-year-olds get back into action this weekend, setting the stage for what should be a thrilling finish to the division. Belmont Stakes winner Palace Malice tackles a field of nine rivals […]

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TCI: Haskell & Jim Dandy Preview

The TCI Boys dissect the Haskell & Jim Dandy for 3-year-olds, as well as Paynter’s return to graded company in the San Diego, and last but not least, the Bing Crosby – a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” prep for the Sprint. They also release another Top 5 for the Breeders’ Cup – this […]

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Del Mar Diaries: A Tough ‘Read’

The first Saturday of the Del Mar meet features an extremely competitive edition of the Grade 1 Eddie Read Stakes on the turf. It’s a great betting race that could go any number of ways. In the latest Del Mar Diaries, Ray Paulick and Scott Jagow do some seaside handicapping and try find the winner […]

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