Handicapping

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Intro and Early Belmont Thoughts

Welcome to the new handicapping blog on bloodhorse.com. As many of you probably know, Jason Shandler is leaving Blood-Horse. Jason did a great job of fostering a place for handicapping discussion on this... Read More

Broken Downs, 1978

Jack Zaraya retired as the Senior Ceremonial Resolution Writer for the New Jersey Legislature and lives in Freehold, N.J. Beginning in the early 1960s, a year-long handicapping contest known as “Broken... Read More

Derby Reflection: The Bronx Zoo Knew

Derby Reflection: The Bronx Zoo Knew The Bronx Zoo should have been an indicator that the 'Animal' was going to get loose. All of these animals escaping are fitting for Animal Kingdom's name. A hunch bet... Read More

Complimentary TrueNicks for Preakness

The 135th Preakness Stakes (gr. I) will be run Saturday, May 15, 2010. Post time is 6:12pm EDT. Click the link for each contender to view a complimentary report. 1 - Aikenite (20-1) FREE TrueNicks report... Read More

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