Night School Session Focus: Turf, Synthetic

This week's night school session will discuss handicapping turf and synthetic races.

Night School, the racing industry's national online fan education program, readies horseplayers for spring April 1 with an in-depth discussion on "Turf and Synthetic Surface Handicapping."

The 90-minute lesson breaks from the gate at 8:30 p.m. ET and will feature analysts Katie Gensler of Keeneland and Dawn Lupul of Woodbine

Both Keeneland (April 4) and Woodbine (April 12) are set to open their racing seasons in the coming days and each features turf and synthetic Polytrack racing.

Gensler, who also has served as racing analyst at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots and Presque Isle Downs, and Lupul, who doubles as racing analyst at sister track Mohawk, will offer handicapping tips, winning angles, and their experiences around the racetrack.