NY Hot List handicappers, Bob Ehalt and Shawn Rychling, were on fire on Belmont Stakes Day. These experienced NY handicappers supplied their picks for the entire Belmont card for last Saturday. This included horses that were on their NY Hot List. They picked out 7 winners which included some great handicapping advice for horses they were looking at and throwing out.
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On tomorrow's Belmont Stakes card you have some great betting options including a $1,000,000 Pick 4 and a $1,000,000 Pick 6. I'm taking a shot on the Pick 4 (Races 8-11).
Arlington's Super High 5 Jackpot continues to get closer to $1,000,000. The carryover for Friday, June 8 is $778,070. This field doesn't have a whole lot of experience and/or success over the turf so this may be your chance to luck out on a single ticket and take this jackpot. See below for a look at the field.
Arlington's Super High 5 Jackpot continues it's uphill climb to $1,000,000. Can it get there? The carryover for Wednesday, June 6 is $711,560. See below for a look at the field.
The Investec Derby, formely known as the Epsom Derby (Dah-Bee), is Great Britain's richest and most prestigious horse race, which will run this Saturday. This race is watched world-wide and has been won by some of the great all time European horses, most recently being Sea the Stars and Workforce.
Spectators across the world will have their eyes on Belmont Park as I'll Have Another takes the ultimate challenge next Saturday in the Belmont Stakes (G1). There are many reasons to route for this chestnut colt. Do you stand behind him and play him with longshots or stick with history and play against him?
Memorial Day looks to be an action packed day of racing with stakes action across the nation. Top horses will battle it out in Grade 1 action at Belmont featuring three Grade 1's, the Ogden Phipps Handicap, the Acorn Stakes, and the Met Mile.
After the pomp and circumstance of the Derby is over, debates and questions start up about the quality of the field. Speed figures, bad trips, and the quality of the winner is taken into consideration with this year being no different. Here are a few of the top competitors in the field.
Mark Valeski and The Lumber Guy come into the Peter Pan Stakes (G2) off major prep races for the Kentucky Derby. Mark Valeski was among the Derby starters until his work before the Derby, when trainer Larry Jones decided to scratch him.
This past weekend we saw some great prep races for the Kentucky Derby. Did the outcomes muddy the water or shed some light on the upcoming race?