KEPP'S KORNER is a daily handicapping analysis designed for the simulcast player that focuses on trainer angles and spot plays. Written by handicapping veteran and author Dean Keppler (@keppskorner on Twitter), KEPP'S KORNER provides exclusive analysis for tracks in New … Continue reading →
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Though it may look like it would be more at home in a nightclub, the Tail Lights Rider Safety System has a very real purpose: To keep riders safe when riding in low-visibility areas. Tail Lights, based out of Michigan, … Continue reading →
Following Saturday's points races on the ‘Road to the Kentucky Derby', Jackpot winner Exaggerator has moved into second place with a new total of 16 points. He is sitting just behind Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner Nyquist with 30 points. Second-place … Continue reading →
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Eastern invader Rusty Slipper, piloted by England's champion jockey of 2015, Silvestre de Sousa, in his Del Mar Debut, accelerated powerfully in the stretch to win the Grade III $100,000 Red Carpet Handicap Saturday. Well-placed in the early stages of … Continue reading →
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Gulfstream Park West will have a 20-cent Rainbow 6 carryover of $49,421.50 when racing resumes Sunday with a 12:35 first race post time. The popular multi-race wager has gone unsolved since being hit for $75,095.92 on Nov. 8. The Rainbow … Continue reading →
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Canadian invader Button Down (GB) found the chilly and rainy conditions on Saturday afternoon at Churchill Downs to her liking as the 4-year-old filly swept past the leaders at the top of the stretch and held sway in the final … Continue reading →