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Figure Makers: TimeformUS Injects Pace Into The Race

One thing that will be clear at the end of our series this week on speed figures is that no two numbers are the same. Each of the figure makers we’re exploring takes a different approach to rating race performance, and understanding the differences between them is critical to getting the best use out of […]

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Keeneland, Daily Racing Form Work To Enhance Fan Education

Keeneland announced today new fan education programming for beginner- and intermediate-level fans with the launch of BETology 101 and 201 sessions as well as expanded outreach to patrons across the grounds during the 2018 Fall Meet, to be held Oct. 5-27. “These initiatives build on our signature BETology program to provide short-form betting content to […]

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Daily Racing Form’s Jim Dunleavy Given Bill Handleman Memorial Award For Haskell Coverage

Jim Dunleavy of Daily Racing Form was named the winner of the 2018 Bill Handleman Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of last year’s $1 million betfair.com Haskell Invitational. Inaugurated in 2012, the Handleman Memorial Award honors outstanding media coverage of the Haskell Invitational, Monmouth Park’s signature race. “Jim is the consummate professional and his coverage […]

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Daily Racing Form Team Takes U.S. Open Polo Championship

Sports Information Group, a national, multi-media information company dedicated to providing premium data driven content to the sports industry through its flagship Daily Racing Form platform and other brands, congratulates the Daily Racing Form polo team, which won the 2018 U.S. Open Polo Championship on Sunday, defeating the Valiente team 10-9 in an action-packed final. […]

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Daily Racing Form Parent Company Names Don Ryan New CEO

Sports Information Group, a national, multi-media information company dedicated to providing premium data driven content to the sports industry through its flagship Daily Racing Form platform and other brands, on Wednesday announced the appointment of Don Ryan as chief executive officer, effective immediately. Ryan succeeds John Hartig, the former SIG CEO, who will join the company’s […]

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Se Anuncian Los Finalistas Para Caballo Del Año Y Demás Categorías Del Eclipse Award 2017

Encabezados por los nominados para Caballo del Año Arrogate, Gun Runner y World Appoval, la National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA), el Daily Racing Form y los Periodistas y Comunicadores Hípicos (NTWAB, siglas en inglés) anunciaron los finalistas para los Eclipse Awards de 2017, reconociendo la excelencia en el deporte hípico. Los ganadores en 17 categorías […]

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DRF/Livingston’s ‘Chasing Man O’ War’s Ghost’ Earns Audio, Multi-Media Eclipse Awards

Since she was 10 years old or so, Barbara Livingston has had a fascination with Man o’ War, a horse she learned about through story books. She still has a few handwritten stories and some 40 sketches she drew of him as a child. In winning her fifth Eclipse Award (three for Photography – 1992, […]

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Horse Country Debuts Interactive Handicapping 101 Experiences

Horse Country announced on Monday a new elevated experience offered by member Taylor Made Farm. With support from Daily Racing Form, which will supply copies of Daily Racing Form complimentary to all attendees, Taylor Made’s Phil Shelton will introduce the basics of horseracing handicapping. The experiences will be offered on limited dates: January 4th, February […]

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The Friday Show Presented By Cal Racing Cares: Freezing Out The Form?

The Paulick Report recently reported that Churchill Downs Inc. has stopped selling the venerable Daily Racing Form print editions at its racetrack in Louisville and at Fair Grounds in New Orleans. In its place, Churchill Downs is offering its own betting guide with Brisnet information at half the price of the DRF. In this edition […]

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Cherwa On Churchill’s DRF On-Track Sales Ban: ‘Are We Back In The Fifth Grade?’

“Not having the Daily Racing Form available at the race track would be like not having a Bible in a church.” So writes John Cherwa, deputy sports editor of the Los Angeles Times, in reaction to the decision by Churchill Downs Inc. management to ban on-track sales of the 124-year racing newspaper at its flagship […]

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