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Juvenile Before And After: Tremont Preview and Maiden Winner Recaps

By Doug Salvatore The third race on Friday's card at Belmont Park is the 118th running of the Tremont Stakes. Tremont was one of the most remarkable two-year-olds in history. He finished his career a perfect 13-for-13 and did it by winning 13 different stakes races in a span of just 10 weeks, by an average margin of victory of nearly six lengths. Certainly this ranks as the most amazing ten-week long... Read More

Pedigree Handicapping With & Doug Salvatore: Race 6 Friday at Churchill

The sixth race on Friday at Churchill Downs (click for FREE Ultimate Past Performances ) is a tough and interesting Maiden Special Weight event for two-year-olds going 4 ½ furlongs. One interesting horse is #6 Stonebriar. This Two Punch colt debuts for trainer Al Stall, who has enjoyed a brilliant start to this Churchill Downs meeting with four wins from nine starts with all nine starters... Read More

All-maiden Pick 3 Wagering Strategy for Saturday at Keeneland From & American Produce Records

Saturday's Blue Grass card at Keeneland features numerous Graded Stakes races, however, we'll shift our focus to a trio of treacherous Maiden Special Weight events starting with race four. Race 4: A wide-open field of 11 three-year-old fillies going two-turns over Polytrack in this contest. The Speed Rating par for this race is an 83, and no horse in this field has ever run that fast. The... Read More

Pedigree Handicapping With & Doug Salvatore: Saturday, April 5, at Keeneland

RACE 1 (click for FREE Ultimate Past Performances with comments ) We have our first dash of the meet for babies going 4 ½ furlongs, and trainer Wesley Ward sends out an uncoupled entry of 2-to-1 morning line favorite Climb In Back as well as Time Out of Mind (4-to-1). Before I discuss any horse, I must profile Wesley Ward’s past accomplishments in this type of race at Keeneland. A dozen... Read More

New Year's Eve: the Ultimate Get Out Day

Although wagering on horse racing with any seriousness is better viewed as one, long grind versus a day-to-day/week-to-week/month-to-month/year-to-year venture, there's just something about turning the page that makes us want to check the scoreboard. And to be honest, I'm getting blown out this year. To finish in the black for 2013 would require a comeback on par with Auburn's field goal return against... Read More

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