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2012 Experimental Free Handicap

Thu ,31/01/2013

horse racingThe Experimental Free Handicap ranks colts and fillies who were 2-year-olds in 2012 and helps determine the dual qualifiers for the Kentucky Derby. Shanghai Bobby, winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile and Champion 2-year-old of 2012, is the high weight assignment of 126 pounds while Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies winner Beholder has the top weight on the filly list at at 123 pounds. Get the full lists plus the dual qualifiers here.

2012 Experimental Free Handicap originally appeared on About.com Horse Racing on Wednesday, January 30th, 2013 at 18:45:17.

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Horse Racing Betting Strategy for Wheeling Horses

Tue ,29/01/2013

If you’re serious about making money betting on horses you will not only have to learn to handicap so you can evaluate the runners and compare them to each other, but you’ll also have to learn how to bet to get the most profit for the risks that you take. In other words, you’ll have to learn how to handicap and how to bet. Wagering on races is fun but can also be risky and profitable and a lot of what you get out of it depends on the kind of person that you are. The risks that you take will be directly related to your comfort level and need for that adrenaline rush from plunking down cold hard cash and watching a race. One popular way to wager on races is the wheel bet, or wheeling.

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2013 Sunshine Millions Day at Santa Anita

Mon ,28/01/2013

horse racingThere were six stakes races on Sunshine Millions day at Santa Anita Park on Sunday, including the Santa Monica (G1) won by Teddy’s Promise (right) and the Santa Ysabel (G3) won by Fiftyshadesofhay. Get the results, charts, and photos for all six races here.

2013 Sunshine Millions Day at Santa Anita originally appeared on About.com Horse Racing on Sunday, January 27th, 2013 at 23:37:57.

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Horse Racing Winners System Based on Class and Speed

Mon ,28/01/2013

While speed often does win races, it isn’t foolproof and just basing your horse racing handicapping decisions on speed alone will often fail. The reason for that is that class horses often don’t show they’re true speed because they’re dropping out of races where they were over matched into races they can dominate. The process of accurately estimating a horse’s true ability, its projected speed in the upcoming race, is a process of finding the right balance of speed and pace adjusted for the quality of the competition. The problem with this is that there are no hard and fast rules or an accurate scale that can be used. It becomes a matter of personal experience.

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Russell Baze hits 50,000 career races

Sat ,26/01/2013

Jockey Russell Baze became the first jockey to hit 50,000 career starts on January 25, 2013 at Golden Gate Fields. The perennial leading jockey in Northern California, Baze is approaching the 12,000 win mark and is a member of the Hall of Fame in both the US and Canada. Find out more about his career here.

Russell Baze hits 50,000 career races originally appeared on About.com Horse Racing on Friday, January 25th, 2013 at 17:53:51.

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Horse Racing System Basics to Find Winners and Best Bets

Fri ,25/01/2013

While a good horse racing system for handicapping the races does require some work and effort in order to succeed, there are some basics that are very simple that every horse player should know before betting. The reasons to use a handicapping system are obvious since anything that we do in life requires some thought to get the steps in the right order. Without a little planning almost anything is more difficult and more likely to fail.

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Money Horses That Make Good Horse Racing Bets

Fri ,25/01/2013

If favorites aren’t the answer then how do you make money betting on horse races? You find what I call, “money horses.” They’re the ones that have quite a bit going for them and yet the crowd let’s them go to post at reasonable odds. The important thing about these horses is that they may not always win but they do hit the board quite often. They can be used in exotics or just bet across the board.

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Horse Racing Bets and Tips That Pay Off

Thu ,24/01/2013

There are thousands of tipping services and many ways to use their tips to bet on horse races. Every day, all over the world, people pay for tips and try to make a profit betting on the races. Most of them wind up losing money and yet, those services usually stay in business. Some offer more free tips if the ones you’ve paid for don’t pay off. That doesn’t seem to make sense, does it? I’m not saying that all tipping services are bad or that any of them aren’t worth a try, but I am saying that you should be very careful before paying for tips. Some of the best advice you can find for success at the race track can be found in free articles at horse racing sites and in the form as well as the public handicappers who often do offer some very good insights.

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Racing at Woodbine and Mohawk saved for 2 more years

Thu ,24/01/2013

horse racingA deal has been reached with the government of Ontario that will allow racing to continue at Woodbine and Mohawk for 2 more years, but leaves the long term viability of racing and breeding in Ontario uncertain. Opening day for Woodbine is set for April 20, 2013. Details here.

Racing at Woodbine and Mohawk saved for 2 more years originally appeared on About.com Horse Racing on Thursday, January 24th, 2013 at 16:06:07.

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Quick Handicapping Angles and A Simple and Easy Horse Racing System

Thu ,24/01/2013

There’s no substitute for real in depth handicapping if you want to make money betting on horse races, but if you don’t have a lot of time and you want to estimate each horse’s chances of winning, here is an angle that will help you to evaluate the runners. It’s a quick and easy horse racing system.

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