I’m joining the Courier-Journal’s Jennie Rees and other racing analysts for a fun day of racing and teaching about handicapping and wagering.
The third of four Kentucky Derby future wager pools and the season’s only Kentucky Oaks pool opens at noon Thursday.
Some say, "The Kentucky Derby is just another race," but that couldn’t be further from the truth. With big money on the line, how can you best be prepared?
Interested in the insight of a guy who's down $179.67 on the year at the track? Have at it.
Why should you trust this guy? He's two for 14 in wagering this year.
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Who’s your Derby pick? Yes, it may only be February, but this weekend Churchill Downs is holding their first of three opportunities to select your Derby horse now and bet him in their Derby Future Wager Pool 1.
There's so much going down Derby that you better be sure to get up, get out, and get into something...
Lose your shirt in the infield, not at the betting window. Here are some common-sense strategies for having fun at the track without breaking the bank.