Tag Archives: handicapping horse races

Equine Health And Handicapping Horse Races

 Commentary: The Racetrack, A Changing Perspective
Reading an interesting article from Equine Disease Quarterly about the changing criteria of horses’ health and soundness.
Here’s an interesting thing the author had to say and this may relate to handicapping horse races:
“Times have clearly changed. The definition of racing soundness is now predicated on equine health, safety, and welfare. [...]

Why Slot Players Are Unlikely To Be Handicapping Horse Races

I was reading an article from the Anderson Herald Bulletin, asking the question ‘Will slot players become race fans?’
Hoosier Park and Indiana Downs (I love handicapping horse races at night time tracks that I can play here in Vegas while it’s still early evening!) have gotten slots this year.
For all of us handicappers, the answer [...]

Experts Gather In Saratoga To Predict That Thoroughbred Racing Is Unlikely To Relive Glory Days

News flash.
The Schenectady, NY Daily Gazette reported on a gathering of industry professionals at the swanky Gideon Putnam Hotel. I can remember many halcyon August evenings after the racing at the Spa spent in that place. I felt as if I had died and gone to the special section ih heaven reserved for those handicapping [...]

Michael Pizzolla’s Handicapping Rant:The 2008 Summertime Rant

From The Desk Of Michael PizzollaLas Vegas, NevadaJuly 26, 20085:57 A.M
Dear Friend:You know, you don’t even need be a handicapper to love this time of year.Saratoga and Del Mar have begun, and summer is officially in full swing. Funny how I take it for granted that I mark the passing of the seasons with the [...]