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Trainer Patterns: A Review of the 2010-2011 Keeneland Meetings

By Art Parker
(Reprinted with permission from our friends at A Game of Skill)

Keeneland Spring and Fall (past 4 meets)

It is a sensible and accepted practice to review historical data before making investments. If you ever purchased shares of a mutual fund from a securities representative, you were probably drowned with information about the great past performance of the fund, which is the best weapon the representative has to sell you on the quality of the investment. Naturally, among all of the investment warnings and small legal fine print, you are warned that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.
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Ruminations and Reflections from the Weekend

By Eclipse Award-Winning Writer Sean Clancy, St Publishing

A quick jaunt to Florida for HRRN¹s coverage of the Florida Derby and Dubai World Cup, abandoning the Carolina Cup and my family for the weekend. So much happened, so much to remember, so much to forget, so much to contemplate, so much to shake your head and wonder why. Read more

Handicapping Magic

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

“Signs point to yes.”
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Buried Treasure

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

Spending time at Palm Meadows during the months leading up to the Kentucky Derby (G1) is a wonderful pastime for racing fans. Many of the East Coast’s leading Derby hopefuls are stabled there and you can get an up close and personal view of them as they train towards the first Saturday in May.

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Rebel Without A Clue

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

Last week I was lucky enough to spend a few days at Oaklawn Park and broadcast the Rebel Stakes (G2). It is a beautiful little track, dotted with Bradford pear trees and redbuds and blessed with some of the nicest customer service people on the planet. Read more

“Blinkers On. Blinkers Off.”

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

Venerable racing official Robert V. “Bobby” Weeks, was a familiar figure in the paddocks of Santa Anita Park, Del Mar and Hollywood Park from the 1960s until his death in 1992 at age 75. Among his many duties as paddock judge was to dispatch the horses to the track. Weeks will forever be remembered for his distinctive and throaty command, “Riiiiiiiiiiider’s up!” Read more

Disappointed But Not Defeated

By Eclipse Award-Winning Writer Sean Clancy, St Publishing

Well, Valdez is no longer undefeated. Riverdee’s British runner finished fourth in the Doncaster Sales Bumper on Saturday at Newbury. My in-running comment would read: Pulled hard, never settled, saved ground, lacked room, slow to respond when called upon, switched lanes several times in stretch, stayed on well to just miss third.

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Old Guys Rule

By Jude “Pontiff of the Pick Four” Feld

Handicaps, races where the weights are assigned by the racing secretary in an effort to equalize the field, have been contested for centuries. They have somewhat gone out of fashion in American racing’s modern era, partially because of the reluctance trainers have to running their charges under high imposts and also because most of the Grade 1 races today are run under “weight-for-age” conditions. Read more

Super Lineup for Dubai’s Super Saturday of Rich Stakes

Champions, Millionaires, Grade/Group 1 Winners Set to Race. Exclusive live coverage on HRRN, 11:00 a.m. EST with bonus coverage throughout Saturday Equine Forum show from 8-10 a.m. EST

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, March 5, 2012— More than 20 international Grade/Group 1 winners are likely to compete on the March 10 Dubai Super Saturday card of seven stakes worth a total of $1,775,000 that are the principal preps for the world’s richest day of racing—the $27-million Dubai World Cup (G1) program on March 31.

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First or Second Time Out? A Good Trainer Knows the Answer

By Art Parker
(Reprinted with permission from our friends at A Game of Skill)

The best horse players pay attention to trainers, at least to a small degree. Some players look beyond the initial statistics and general information. Some, like me, try to keep up with a great deal of information looking for an edge.

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