Santa Anita Late Daily Double
Introduction to Pace
How will the race unfold? is the first question of pace, but Who will it benefit? is the answer you're trying to get to. Find out how to figure it out.
Fractionally Speaking
Time only matters in prison, as the old racetrack saying goes, but time can also tell a story about how a race was run.
Trip Notes Blog
Search Traffic Mailbag: 3-year-olds in the Breeders’ Cup Classic

You searched, we answered: How have 3-year-olds fared in the BC Classic? Find out!

Psychology
Rooting vs. Wagering
The gambler's head does not always jive with the racing fan's heart. Rooting for and wagering on horses are frequently two different things.
Ten Things
Frizette Stakes
Run at three different tracks at four different distances, find out more about the race that's produced 26 juvenile filly champions.
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
Phoenix Stakes
Run for the first time in 1831, this race is considered by some racing historians as the oldest thoroughbred race in the U.S.
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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