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By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

When I was in high school, I walked into a friend’s house after our last class of the day. On the coffee table was a Playboy magazine. Read more

Who Would Have Thought?

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

It was five o’clock on Friday afternoon in Baltimore. The spring weather was absolutely beautiful and Old Hilltop was awash in varying shades of pink, from the tablecloths on the infield tables to the dresses, shoes and hats worn by the bevy of pretty ladies at Pimlico for Black-Eyed Susan day. Read more

5 Point Checklist for Winners

By Rich Nilsen.
(Reprinted with permission from our friends at A Game of Skill)

Experienced handicappers know that the fine art of handicapping is not a science. It is more than a numbers game because humans and animals are involved. Horses are flesh and blood. They feel good on some days, not so good on others. Jockeys and trainers are humans and they make a variety of wise decisions and equally poor mistakes. Read more

Do You Know Jack?

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

My father was a mathematician. A structural steel engineer by trade, his passion was horseracing. He came up with countless formulas for handicapping, many of which he took to his grave. The most important ones he wrote down or passed on verbally. One of my favorites is 2(W+P+S) =/> # of Starts, just because it looks so cool. It was really his formula to qualify a horse on consistency in his systematic handicapping process – Two times the wins plus the places plus the shows must be equal to or greater than the number of starts. Read more

The Closer to Fear

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

A turf writer and talented handicapper, the late Ernie Mason covered racing for 41 years. After starting at the Hollywood Citizen News, he also worked for the old Los Angeles Examiner and covered seven Kentucky Derbies for that paper. He was one of the first to syndicate his handicap, and it appeared in 13 newspapers at a time. He also held the post of morning-line maker at Del Mar and Hollywood Park. Read more

“Time is only important when you are in jail.”

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

Roughly two weeks prior to the event, news services, past performance peddlers, websites and bloggers ratchet-up their coverage of the Kentucky Derby (G1). This usually involves multiple trips to Churchill Downs by their correspondents, armed with computers, notepads and in many cases, stopwatches. Read more

Six Reasons to Play Against Bodemeister

By Rich Nilsen.
(Reprinted with permission from our friends at A Game of Skill. Read more Derby profiles on their site)

This son of Empire Maker may have peaked in the G1 Arkansas Derby, when he overcame a very tough outside post that afternoon to crush the field by 9 1/2 widening lengths. He got the final 1/8th of a mile in a shade under 12 seconds, which is simply phenomenal and explains why he won by so far. In the process Bodemeister earned a very strong 105 BRIS Speed Rating and an even bigger 108 Beyer speed figure. Read more

Out of Many Figures One Result

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

This week, it seemed like every top handicapper I know was lauding the speed figures they use. These people are not just casual fans, but folks who make a living with Thoroughbred racing – turf writers, handicappers, owners, trainers and breeding farm executives. Read more


By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

My grammar school debate teacher was fond of misquoting Ralph Waldo Emerson. Read more

The Best Laid Plans

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

The 2012 Resorts World Casino New York Wood Memorial (G1) and Santa Anita Derby (G1) were run within 15 minutes of one another. The results of both were far from the shocker provided by 99-1 shot Hero of Order in the Louisiana Derby (G2) the week before. Read more