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July 22, 2011 -- LAS VEGAS, NV - Two of the biggest races this weekend take place on opposite sides of the country. The big race on Saturday at Saratoga is the $250,000 Grade I Coaching Club American Oaks while Del Mar features the $300,000 Grade 1 Eddie Read Stakes. Here is a look at both of those races and what to expect in horse betting odds.
July 21, 2011 -- SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - A pair of stakes races - the Grade 3, $100,000 Schuylerville for 2-year-old fillies and the $75,000 James Marvin for older sprinters - grace the opening-day card as the 143rd meet gets underway Friday at Saratoga Race Course." The Schuylerville Stakes will be run as race 9 on the 10-race card, following the James Marvin, which drew an outstanding field of 11, featuring Grade 1 winners Gayego, Here Comes Ben, and Jersey Town. First race post time is 1 p.m.
July 20, 2011 -- DATES: Wednesday, July 20, through Wednesday, September 7; 37 days of racing; dark on Mondays and Tuesdays, with the exception of Labor Day Monday (September 5). LOCATION: At the Fairgrounds in Del Mar, west of Interstate 5, 20 miles north of San Diego and approximately 100 miles south of Los Angeles. POST TIMES: First race 2 p.m., except on Fridays when racing begins at 4 p.m.; 1 p.m. post time on Pacific Classic Day, Sunday, August 28. HIGHLIGHTS: Approximately $23 million in purses, including $7 million in advertised stakes money, topped by eight Grade I events, including the $1 million Pacific Classic on Sunday, August 28.
July 20, 2011 -- Ladies and dudes and racing fans of all ages, the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club invites you to step right up, see for yourselves and be amazed and entertained when the 72nd season of racing begins this Wednesday (July 20). It may sound like a carnival barker's come-on, but there's some special substance behind the spiel for the 37-day meeting "Where The Turf Meets The Surf."
July 15, 2011 -- An exciting weekend of races in horse wagering is set as Hollywood Park closes out their spring/summer meet. Saturday is highlighted by the Grade 1 $600,000 American Oaks Invitational while the $100,000 Sunset Handicap and $100,000 Juvenile Championship are set for Sunday.
July 12, 2011 -- The old racetrack adage from long ago says with a "filly or mare go to Delaware," and the connections of the best fillies in the country, arguably the two best horse in training in the nation, are heeding that wisdom as the pair prepares to meet for the sixth time at the site where the rivalry began a year ago. Havre de Grace, the current leading filly and mare in the nation, and Blind Luck, the 2010 3-year-old filly champion, are slated to meet again at Delaware Park in the Delaware Handicap. Havre de Grace, locally-owned by Richard Porter's Fox Hill Farm, and California invader Blind Luck, owned by Mark DeDomenico, John Carver, Peter Abruzzo and Jerry Hollendorfer, headline the 74th renewal of the $750,000 Grade II Delaware Handicap this Saturday. The mile-and-a-quarter filly and mare summer classic has attracted a field of five.
July 11, 2011 -- Online horse betting for many handicappers is all about speed. There are some bettors who make their horse bets based solely on the speed figures they see in the Daily Racing Form. Should you be basing all of your handicapping on speed?
July 7, 2011 -- One of the most important horse races this weekend will be the $500,000 Hollywood Gold Cup at Hollywood Park on Saturday, and ESPN will be showing the race live. The 72nd running of the Gold Cup is part of the Breeders' Cup "Win and You're In" series so the winner of this race will get an automatic spot in the $5 million dollar Breeders' Cup Classic at Churchill Downs in November.
July 5, 2011 -- When people handicap horse races, they usually look at factors like speed, the trainer, the jockey, class, distance, etc. A factor that is sometimes forgotten in horse betting is pace. Let's take a look at pace and how it can be used to pick winners in horse racing.
July 1, 2011 -- The premier horse race this weekend is the $750,000 United Nations Stakes at Monmouth Park. A field of 10 horses will go a mile and 3/8 on the turf led by Chinchon who is the 5-2 morning line horse betting favorite. The United Nations Stakes is part of a 12-race card on Saturday at Monmouth that also includes the $200,000 Salvator Mile.
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