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‘Sneaky-Deep Field’ In West Virginia Derby Provides Handicapping Puzzle

The 3-year-olds who have competed in Triple Crown races traditionally have drawn the most attention in the Grade III West Virginia Derby, but this year’s $750,000 race has attracted a field with many possibilities. Three colts come to Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort Aug. 5 after quality efforts in the Grade III Iowa Derby July […]

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Night School: ‘Handicapping Duos’ Featured In Season Seven Premiere

Night School, the racing industry’s national online fan education program since 2011, embarks on its seventh season with a live lesson premiere at 8:30 ET tonight. The 90-minute interactive audio and live chat presentation features the first of 10 “Handicapping Duos” to be featured monthly throughout 2017. Tonight’s guest instructors will be west coast millennials […]

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Night School Kicks Off Summer Semester

Tonight’s edition of Night School, the racing industry’s national online fan education and player development program since 2011, opens the 12-week summer semester of live teaching in conjunction with real-time racing and gives burgeoning horseplayers an interactive play-along forum. The 90-minute weekly lessons will tackle a different handicapping or betting angle each week and correspond […]

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Racecalling Greats Denman, Johnson Join HorsePlayerNow’s Night School

Tonight’s edition of Night School, the racing industry’s national online fan education and player development program since 2011, will feature in-depth conversations and profiles with two of horse racing’s most distinctive voices, Trevor Denman and Dave Johnson. It’s the third installment of Night School’s “Biographies” series, new to the program in Season 6, and the […]

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Night School: ‘How To Handicap – Keeneland’

Tonight’s edition of Night School, the racing industry’s national online fan education and player development program since 2011, will debut a new subject matter when the premiere of ‘How to Handicap: Keeneland’ features an in-depth look at racing at the historic Kentucky venue. It’s the first in a library-building series of ‘How to Handicap’ the […]

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Night School: Rees Featured In Premiere Of ‘Biographies’ Series

Tonight’s edition of Night School, the racing industry’s national online fan education and player development program since 2011, will premiere a new subject matter when the premiere of ‘Biographies’ features Hall of Fame turf writer Jennie Rees. The 90-minute podcast and interactive live chat will take you inside the life and times of one of […]

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Night School: Neumeier, Team Oaklawn Share Their Handicapping Styles

Tonight’s season debut of Night School, the racing industry’s national online fan education and player development program since 2011, welcomes students back to class at 8:30 p.m. ET with a first-time topic called “The Personal Process.” Those taking part in the live, interactive, multi-media presentation will get a behind-the-scenes look from top horseplayers how they […]

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Night School: ‘Timing, Fractions, & Run-Up’

Night School, the racing industry’s national online fan education and player development program since 2011, offers a first-time topic “Timing, Fractions and Run-Up” tonight from 8:30-10 p.m. ET. Ron Couturier, chief operating officer of American Teletimer, and handicapper Doug Salvatore will be the special guests joining co-hosts Caton Bredar, Jeremy Plonk and Steve Byk. Learn […]

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Night School Fall Semester Kick Off: ‘D. Wayne At 80’

Night School, the racing industry’s national online fan education and player development program since 2011, offers a unique history lesson and celebration “D. Wayne at 80” on Tuesday from 8:30-10 p.m. ET. The multi-media event highlights the life and career of D. Wayne Lukas on the eve of the legendary trainer’s 80th birthday. Lukas sits […]

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