Introduction to Speed
Being able to determine what factors made a horse fast in the past and if those factors are currently present will put you ahead of the pack.
Introduction to Class
Being able to spot whether a horse out-classes its rivals or is out-classed will help lead you to the best bets and steer you away from the worst.
Trip Notes Blog
What’s in a Name?

Not sure what a race is named for? Sometimes a little digging can help you learn more about racing’s vast history.

Letter to a New Player
Start Slow
Have you recently become interested in handicapping horse races? We have some words of advice on how to get started.
Ten Things
Pennsylvania Derby
First run in 1979, this race has made multiple calendar moves before settling in its current spot as a prep for the Breeders' Cup Classic.
Handicapping
One/Two Turn Track Guide
Nuance and overlooked angles are the lifeblood of handicappers who crave an edge. One such nuance is track configuration.
Ten Things
Kent Stakes
Run on two surfaces at three different distances, find out more the turf race for 3-year-olds that recently regained its graded status.
Wagering Strategy
Single Race Exotics
Single race exotics, such as the exacta and trifecta offer a variety of ways to reap higher rewards than win, place and show.
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