J. Keeler Johnson analyzes three Kentucky Derby longshots.
- By Steve Haskin
This is going to short and hopefully sweet. read blog
Now that entries have been drawn, let's get the final Breeders' Cup Classic analysis in the books and then go over the rest of the Breeders' Cup card later in the week and look for longshot specials. read blog
An audit released by New York's chief fiscal watchdog is critical of how NYRA is handling major expenses on capital projects.
Which race did you think was more impressive, Dortmund's Santa Anita Derby win or American Pharoah's Arkansas Derby victory? Which favorite should be the favorite? Listen Now
As much as his human opponents would love to see a Triple Crown, they still must go out and try their darndest to spoil the party. read blog
J. Keeler Johnson handicaps the Hanshin Cup Stakes, Sheepshead Bay Stakes, and Majestic Light Stakes. read blog
A historical look at the Preakness Stakes (gr. I), the second jewel of the Triple Crown. view infographic
J. Keeler Johnson shares his thoughts on three Kentucky Derby longshots that could finish in the superfecta at solid prices. read blog
Aqueduct Racetrack is unveiling a new simulcasting center and sports bar, Longshots, on the second floor April 5.
Steve shares his picks for Saturday's Breeders' Cup races. read blog
Steve gives you his longshots for the Breeders' Cup races on Friday. read blog
Friday actually has more intriguing longshot possibilities than Saturday, so here we go. read blog
These horses have the potential to light up the board at Churchill Downs read blog
This is part 1 of our annual Breeders' Cup longshot column, and you can bet there will be lots of bargains available this year, in what is without a doubt the most perplexing Breeders' Cup in history.
There are longshots galore in this year's BC, but Volponi is our best bet of the day.
Apprentice jockey Bacarra Rice, 22, who moved her tack to Philadelphia Park in June, pulled a rare double Sept. 23 when she booted home two horses that each returned more than $100 to win for a $2 wager.
A Little Luck won the final leg of an all-stakes pick four Calder offered as part of their Grand Slam II program Saturday, ensuring bettors would need a lot of luck to cash a ticket. The wager, with a $1 minimum bet, returned $77,762.40 for every dollar wagered on the winning combination as longshots won all four heats.
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