2014 Kentucky Derby Prep Races

Hello my favorite horse racing fans! We are approaching the first Saturday in May pretty quickly for the most watched horse racing of the year the Kentucky Derby. The races that are leading up to the best 20 horse field with the 2014 Kentucky Derby Prep Races. Will 2014 be the year of our next Triple Crown Winner? We have been asking that year after year to see if a horse will step up and take the triple crown joining the very elite triple crown winner club. The last one was in 1978 when Affirmed got it done and many have failed since then. The Derby prep races are underway and we will keep you up to date as we see who will be the horse to watch in the derby.

Here are the 2014 Kentucky Derby Prep races Below:

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Harness Racing

There is really little difference between playing the harness races or the flat races. In both cases the star performer is the horse. If you get together a bunch of harness races you will notice that the temperaments and racing is the same. A horse will fall back and come on again and patterns in the way a particular horse races can be picked up on. In this article we will give you some tips on how to win at harness racing. Read more »

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Using handicapping software to improve your game

Although technology has greatly improved in almost every area of our lives, if you are like most handicappers you are still using the racing form or some other paper product to handicap races. This puts you at a great disadvantage, and it would be well worth your time to investigate how using handicapping software can help you win at the racetrack. Read more »

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How to bet on horses

Hello Horse Racing Fans! I have some good information that hit home to me and wanted to share with my fellow horse racing handicappers on how to bet on horses. These are what to do and not to do in horse racing that will save you some heartache in the future. Read more »

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Horse Racing

The sport of Kings called Horse Racing has been around for centuries and is one of the oldest sports around today. Is is said to have started back in 4500 BC in Central Asia and there was a time when English Knights bred English Mares and Arab Stallions to get a horse that has speed and endurance. Some of the oldest tracks are Doncaster, South Yorkshire which dates back to the early 1600′s. In the United States they constructed their first horse racing track in Long Island in the year of 1665. Read more »

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UK Horse Racing: Top Races

The UK horse racing is some of the best in the country and dates back to the 1800′s. If you love horse racing you should visit some of the horse tracks in the UK and you will love the tradition and history behind them. Throughout the years there have been some great horse races that take place in the UK. Here are the top ten UK horse races make sure you don’t miss them!

Get the best horse racing odds at William Hill and be updated of the latest news, expert tips and their latest offers. Visit the site now. Read more »

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Kentucky Derby History and Traditions

History of The Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby is one of the most oldest tradition in not just horse racing but in the sports world all together. The First Kentucky Derby took place May 17, 1875 and the excitement around this race was very evident from the beginning. On this day there were 15 jockeys that took to the track and 13 of them were African American. Over 10,000 people attended to watch the race and the winner of the first Kentucky Derby was a horse by the name of “Aristides” who was rode by Oliver Lewis. It is held every year at Churchill Downs in Louisville Kentucky and was originally a mile and a half but in the late 1800′s it was shortened to a mile and a quarter. The song “My Old Kentucky Home” still is the trademark song of the Derby and is played every year. The Kentucky Derby now takes place on the first Saturday in May and the excitement starts early in the year and gets more intense as it approaches. Read more »

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Top 8 Horse Racing Bets

We all know that horse racing is one of the most popular sports around the world especially in the UK and Japan. With horse racing being centuries years old the betting and handicapping of the sport has increased its popularity to what it is today. One of the most awaited moment at the horse track is when there is money being wagered and down the stretch they come! With the technology today you don’t even have to physically be at the track to place a bet. This can be done online and the race can be watched via simulcast as many betting parlors have various races going on at the same time. Read more »

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Bob Baffert ~Hall of Fame Horse Trainer

Robert A. Baffert, commonly known as “Bob Baffert” was born on January 13, 1953 in Nogales Arizona. He is a Bachelor’s degree graduate from the University of Arizona’s Race Track Industry Program. After graduating from school he began his life in building a good career in horse racing. Read more »

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TVG Horse Racing

In United States, there is one channel which is really dedicated to horse racing and a lot of horse racing fans is viewing this channel. It is the Television Games Network or TVG Network that began to broadcast in 1999. Since then, TVG became the largest horse racing TV network that covers 30 million homes nationwide (United States) and on May 2006 they started to air new shows like Morning Line, Fandicapping, 58 Flat, Lady Luck and Drive Time. Read more »

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What is the Triple Crown in Horse Racing

Triple Crown Horse Racing

The only way to get the Triple Crown title is to get 3 consecutive win. In United States there are 3 Different Types of Races and these types of races are originally called Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. Winning 3 consecutive times must be achieved to be a title holder of Triple Crown. First among the three is “The Kentucky Derby” (Run for the Roses) – 2.01 km, dirt track. Kentucky Derby was tracked at Churchill Downs in Louisville Kentucky on May 17, 1875. Read more »

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How to Bet the Kentucky Derby

The first Saturday in May is the running of the Kentucky Derby one of the most popular races in the horse racing world. In 2014 we will search once again for a Triple Crown winner and it all begins with the Kentucky Derby.Even people who do not follow horse racing tune in to watch the Kentucky Derby. With the field of horses its one of the hardest races to handicap but with the right information on hand you can cash some nice tickets betting the Kentucky derby. Read more »

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How to use a Horse Racing Money Managment System

Horse handicappers throughout the years have professed that money management is the key to winning at horse racing betting. I believe this to be 100% accurate nothing could be more truthful. If you don’t currently have a money management system the only thing you are handicapping is yourself.  Read more »

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8 step Horse Betting System

In scouring the loads of information out there in horse racing betting I have developed a simple little horse betting system. Basically when you are looking at a horse racing form you come across various information about the horse, its past races, and current form.  All of the factors play a huge role on who will actually win the race and if you can make notes of these various things you will gravitate the winning horse most of the time. Here is what I do from the time I get the racing form until my bet is made. Read more »

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Top 10 Free Horse Racing Tips

With horse racing tips there is a library of information out there. You will find some great tips on this website that have derived from several years of experience that these handicappers put into words. Here are some Free horse racing tips that are the top 10 that most would agree upon. Read more »

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11 Step Simple Horse Racing System

Here are very powerful horse racing betting concepts that can keep your winnings consistent and your handicapping sharp.

These are some old basic rules but still finds relevance today. IF you are going to the track on a moments notice, pop into an OTB with not a lot of time, or a beginner to horse racing this is a perfect start for giving you some quality choices without spending a ton of time handicapping a race. Read more »

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5 Step Horse Racing Betting Strategy

When examining a Daily Racing Form it can be overwhelming with all the different information that the form provides you with. Here is 5 things to look for win handicapping  your horse racing form. This is quick and easy to use with amazing results Read more »

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Gulfstream Park Pick 6 Carryover~ Free Picks 03/29/2014

Good morning everyone and happy Saturday to you as we are ramping up for the Kentucky Derby that is only a little more than a month away. Today is an exciting day at Gulfstream Park where we have a Pick 6 carryover that has gone over 4 Million Dollars! That is some life changing money and we will provide some insight with some great horses to zero in on. Check out the Winning Pick 6 E-book on this site and let’s take down this Jackpot. Here are your Free Gulfstream Park Pick 6 picks below: Read more »

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Santa Anita Pick 6 Carryover

It looks like we have a nice Santa Anita Pick 6 Carryover at Santa Anita Park for March 20, 2014.  Santa Anita is one of the prettiest tracks in the United States based in California just an eye shot from the beautiful ocean. Let us take this trip and cash in on a pick 6 that is worth over $120,000.  Use these selections below with the strategies from the pick 6 winning e-book and you will have yourself a deadly combination. Read more »

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Santa Anita Handicap Picks March 8th 2014

Happy Friday out there to my great horse racing fans! We have an amazing race for you this weekend that we will be handicapping with your free Santa Anita Handicap picks. This will take place March 8 2014 and is Race 9 on a mile and 1/4 at Santa Anita. It will be a rematch of the 2013 Breeders Cup Classic where Mucho Macho Man and Will Take Charge went head to head with a very tight finish. Some will say this might have even cost Will Take Charge horse of the year. Here is the video of the 2013 Breeders Cup below. Who will win this years match up? Read more »

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2014 Cheltenham Festival at Prestbury Park

We are just a few weeks away from the biggest horse racing festival in the World the 2014 Cheltenham Festival. Thousands of horse racing fans will gather at Prestbury Park March 11th through March 14th to enjoy some of the best horses battling each other. This rich tradition began back in 1902 at Prestbury Park but the first flat races were held in Cheltenham in 1815. Read more »

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Gulfstream Park Picks March 6 2014

Free Gulfstream Park Picks March 6 2014

Good morning my fellow horse racing handicappers! The weather will be warming up shortly across the United States and so will our horse racing picks. We will be posting Free picks for you to use with your current handicapping system to cash in more tickets than you did in 2013. Today we will be checking out some Free Gulfstream Park Picks for March 6, 2014. Gulfstream is always a good track to take home some nice tickets with some longshots in place. Here are the free Gulfstream Park Picks below:

Gulfstream Park Picks~

 

Race 1: Aunt Anna and I Can See My Dream

Race 2: Malibu Mudslide and Nifty Shindig

Race 3: Solo Approach and Gerry with a G

Race 4: Herecomeshoneybobo and Rachel’s Ticket

Race 5: He’s Got Talent and Wild Conceits

Race 6: Ultimate Speed and Whistle My Way

Race 7: R Girl She Gone and Shot Girl

Race 8: Oohs and Aahs and Catholic Cowboy

Race 9: Le Deluge and Palatine Hill

Race 10: Free as a Bird and Blues and Silvers

Gulfstream Park Picks

Gulfstream Park Picks

 

There you have our Free Gulfstream Park Picks and it should be a great day at the track. Have a great rest of the week  and check out our numerous free horse racing tips and strategies on http://horse-racingtips.com


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Smad books his place for the Grade 1 RSA Chase

Alan King’s decision to completely close down his stables for three weeks from mid-December having seen a number of his horses run below-par, has already started to bear fruit. Read more »

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Yonger Growing Stronger in Arkle Chase Ante-post Betting

Irish champion jumps trainer, Willie Mullins, looks set for another terrific Cheltenham Festival holding a strong hand in many of the feature races at the four-day National Hunt bonanza. His Felix Yonger has attracted solid support in the racing betting for his intended target, the Grade 1 Racing Post Arkle Chase, despite suffering a surprise defeat last time out.
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Horse Handicapping

When horse handicapping there are many horse racing systems and strategies that you can put in place. Your goal is to look at the horse racing program and get a visual of the race actually taking place. When you do this effectively the winner of the race will emerge from the program and you can make a bet that will justify the odds. Here are a few more tips that will help you out with that process. Read more »

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Nicholls optimistic over Grandioso December Gold Cup chance

Nicholls optimistic over Grandioso December Gold Cup chance

Paul Nicholls has been enjoying a tremendous run of success in recent weeks and appears confident of a bold display from his progressive young chaser, Grandioso, who contests the Grade 3 December Gold Cup Handicap Chase at Cheltenham on December 14, the race run this year as the Stewart Family Thank You Gold Cup.
Nicholls, keen to regain the champion trainers’ title that slipped through his grasp last season and went the way of archrival, Nick Henderson, has spoken optimistically about the chance of Grandioso, a six-year-old son of the Ascot Gold Cup winner Westerner. Read more »

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