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Steve’s take on the world of horse racing and the process of handicapping.
I was about to post a piece trying to find a way around I’ll Have Another in the Belmont, when I learned that IHO was going to be scratched. Now, we don’t have any choice. I was going to suggest … Continue reading →
The final field is not yet complete, and with post position yet to be determined, and up to four possible also-eligibles, it’s obviously too soon to make any final Derby picks. On top of that, the TA model will crank out … Continue reading →
It’s very encouraging to have objective data support your own opinions–especially when they come from unrelated evidence. I have come to rely more and more on “trip handicapping.” I watch race replays daily, make trip notes, add horses to my … Continue reading →
Horseplayers are always searching for a horse who is either a vulnerable favorite to toss out, or one who is going to exceed the betting public’s expectations. I mean, where’s the fun in going with the crowd? There are a … Continue reading →
I am happy to begin my relationship with Thoroughbred Analytics. I am best known to horseracing fans as the creator of Sh*t Horseplayers Say. Here’s the originalvideo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks_1wwaG2CM As an avid and obsessive fan of horse racing, I certainly have … Continue reading →
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