COVID-19 shut down horse racing in New York but now Belmont Park is back and Saturday’s card features the Grade 1 Carter Handicap. There are four horses who could all be the favorites, who should you chose?
The big names will be out Saturday at Santa Anita. Trainer Bob Baffert and jockey Mike Smith have key contenders in the Santa Anita Derby and Santa Anita Oaks. Both races are preps for the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks and we’re breaking down both fields here.
Churchill Downs opened last weekend and the Matt Winn Stakes Saturday, televised at 5:44 pm EST on Fox Sports 1 is the only Derby prep race that has qualifying points this month. We cover the odds and best bet for Saturday’s race here.
While many sports have been forced to stop because of COVID-19, horse racing has merely changed. The Sport of Kings has rescheduled the Triple Crown, and this year the Belmont Stakes will go first. The race will take place on June 20, and Kentucky Derby favorites Charlatan and Tiz The Law are likely to be present. Who should you bet on, in a race that won’t feel like the normal Belmont?
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The Kentucky Derby is still four months away but after Saturday’s two editions of the Arkansas Derby, things are coming into view a bit more clearly. Bob Baffert trains three of the top contenders, but where is the best value?
A simulation of the Kentucky Derby with all 13 Triple Crown-winners will be “run” on Saturday. While Secretariat is the obvious favorite, where is the betting value? We break down the contenders and make a choice.
Normally the Friday that proceeds the first Saturday in May is Kentucky Oaks day. This year, with horse racing in Kentucky shut down for the moment, the Fantasy Stakes takes center stage Friday with a strong field of 14.
The Kentucky Derby often features 20 horses. With the Run for the Roses moved to September, the Arkansas Derby has stepped up and rescheduled for what is traditionally Derby Day. Read on for our best bets for both races this weekend.
While this year the Kentucky Derby has been moved to September, Oaklawn Park has picked up the festivities running the Arkansas Derby May 4. However, the Oaklawn Handicap might be the better race and certainly provides lots of different wagering options.
A grade three and grade one race are on the slate for Saturday afternoon at Oaklawn Park. Serengeti Empress will be the favorite in the Apple Blossom while Whitmire and Hidden Scroll are among the options in the Count Fleet. We look at all the betting options here.
With two stakes races on Friday, Oaklawn Park should be attracting the attention of horse racing fans and those looking for some action with sports mostly stopped. Both races are competitive and we break down the fields and deliver some advice here.
With sports fans lacking events to consume, horse racing is taking place and Oaklawn Park has a pair of stakes races on Saturday. The Oaklawn Mile and Oaklawn Stakes feature large fields and often that leads to value. Our expert handicaps the two races and gives you horses to consider.
Normally the final prep race for the Kentucky Oaks, this year’s Gulfstream Park Oaks is a bit different with the Triple Tiarra rescheduled for the fall. That said, a good field of three-year-olds is entered with Tonalist’s Shape the favorite. Several other contenders deserve a long look.
Assuming the Florida Derby goes off as planned Saturday, Tiz the Law will be a big favorite. However, at least three other horses have legitimate opportunities to win.
The Kentucky Derby has been moved from May to September because of COVID-19 and futures odds have been recalibrated to reflect the new Derby date. A whole ton of new horses are now considered contenders. Let’s take a look at the updated odds.
Just how good is Finite? She is the clear cut Oaks favorite, but if you can beat her it will pay off handsomely. Let’s look at the odds and consider our best options.
The Louisiana Derby is a terrific betting race. There are lots of legitimate options and no enormous favorites. We break down the field and make a suggestion or two that can produce significant ROI.
While much of the sports world is on hiatus, horse racing goes on, including the Rebel Stakes, a key prep for the upcoming Kentucky Derby. We offer our best betting advice for this race and other events going on this weekend.
The first-ever Saudi Cup, a $20 million horse race, will be run Saturday at King Abdulaziz Racetrack in Saudi Arabia. Because of the purse it has attracted a terrific field led by American stars Maximum Security and McKinzie. How should you bet the race?
Omaha Beach and Spun to Run are the top two contenders in Saturday’s Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park. Omaha Beach has finished first or second in nine of 10 career races. Get the odds and breakdown here.