NHC qualifier

Evan Freedman Wins Hialeah Park’s First-Ever NHC Qualifier

Handicapper Evan Freedman was a “day of” entrant into the first-ever National Horseplayers Championship qualifier at Hialeah Park on Sunday January 12. When the official sign lit up on the final race of the tournament at Gulfstream Park, Freedman’s “all in” wager on 5-1 winner Tricky Magician secured his victory over 54 competitors, including two-time […]

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Hall Of Fame Sportscaster Returns To ‘Postcard’ Hialeah For NHC Qualifier

Hall of Fame sportscaster Lesley Visser, who covered major sporting events around the world during an incomparable career in network broadcasting, fondly remembers the first time she ever saw a Thoroughbred horse race in person. “It was in 1973 at Hialeah Park,” she recalled. “I was in school at Boston College and a group of […]

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Hialeah Names Altitude Training Company As Sponsor For NHC Qualifier

The Florida-based firm Altitude International, Inc. (www.altitude-international.com), a leading-edge technology corporation specializing in simulated altitude training for human and equine athletes, will sponsor the National Horseplayers Championship qualifying tournament in the Champions Simulcast Center & Sports Bar at Hialeah Park on Sunday, January 12, 2020. “We’re thrilled to be part of this historical first at […]

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Hialeah Park To Host ‘Last Chance’ Qualifier For National Horseplayers Championship

For the first time in the long and storied history of this iconic South Florida landmark, Hialeah Park will host a qualifying tournament for the National Horseplayers Championship. The qualifier will be held in the Champions Simulcast Center & Sports Bar located on the second floor of the clubhouse at Hialeah Park on Sunday January […]

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April Scanio Rides Higher Power To NHC Qualifier Win At Indiana Grand

April Scanio competed in the 2018 NHC Qualifier at Indiana Grand in Shelbyville, Ind., and a member of her group won the qualifier. This year, it was April’s turn to take home the top prize as she topped a field of 105 entries to win the fourth annual NHC Qualifier at Indiana Grand Saturday, Aug. […]

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Great Lady M. Stakes, Handicapping Tourney Share Los Alamitos Spotlight

Defending champion Marley’s Freedom and the streaking Danuska’s My Girl head a field of seven entered in the $200,000-guaranteed Great Lady M. Stakes Saturday at Los Alamitos in Cypress, Calif. A Grade II, the Great Lady M. is for fillies & mares, 3-year-olds and up, at 6 ½ furlongs. It is the last of nine […]

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Meadowlands Cancels Friday’s All-Turf Card; Meet Will Start Saturday Instead

Due to heavy rain the past 48 hours and a forecast calling for even more precipitation, the Meadowlands Racetrack will forego its scheduled Friday all-turf Thoroughbred opening card and will start on Saturday, Sept. 15 instead. The Monmouth-at-Meadowlands meet will now consist of five all-grass Thoroughbred programs – this Saturday and then Sept. 21, 22, […]

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Pair Of NHC Seats Up For Grabs Saturday At The Meadowlands

This Saturday, September 15, the Meadowlands is hosting a live-money National Horseplayers Championship qualifying event with two seats up for grabs to the $2.9 million NHC Final in Las Vegas to be held February 8-10, 2019. The Meadowlands qualifier has a $400 total fee – $200 goes toward the prize pool, estimated at $20,000 and […]

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Los Alamitos’ July 4 Handicapping Contest Offering Trio Of NHC Seats

The Los Alamitos Racing Association will offer a cash prize and as many as three seats to the 2019 National Handicapping Championship in Las Vegas with a live money handicapping contest Wednesday, July 4. Cost to enter is $400. Of that amount, $100 will be placed in the contest prize pool with the remaining funds […]

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Meadowlands Qualifier Awards Three Seats To NHC

Joe McKay of Gaithersburg, MD, captured the March 24th NTRA National Handicapping Championship Qualifier at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment.  The $400 no-takeout contest attracted a field of 143 players representing several different states.  All entry fees went to the prize pool totaling $28,600. The Meadowlands NHC Qualifier required each contestant to make at least ten $20 […]

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