Who are the folks bringing horse racing to you? Find out below!

Chris resides in the Borough of Trees. On any summer Saturday you can find him in Monmouth’s backyard, ardently looking for reasons to beat the current favorite on the tote.

Once supplied, there’s no doubt Ernie’s bio will be at least a 110 Beyer.

Stats geek and one-time hotwalker, Jessica can often be found tweaking spreadsheets or looking wistfully towards the backstretch of her local racetrack.

True to her water sign and contrary to most track goers, this HRF contributing editor loves a rainy day, adores mudlarks and prefers the sting out of the turf – all from the comforts of home via the internet, since she lives in the middle of absolutely nowhere. With the world of racing literally at her fingertips, she blogs in the name of her favorite childhood racehorse, Kentucky Derby winner Foolish Pleasure and for racing’s great fillies and mares at Fillies First.

Digital media veteran and graded stakes race fan.

Teresa Genaro is a full-time high school English teacher and administrator; a Brooklyn dweller; a denizen of the blue seats at the Garden; an erstwhile and sometime resident of Saratoga Springs; a Scrabble fiend.

Lisa Grimm blogs at, and could tell you far more than you’ve ever wanted to know about Gilbert & Sullivan, Katherine Swynford and The Divine Comedy back catalog.

Historian, race fan, and gambler who spends far too many Saturday afternoons in search of a solid 10-1 shot or a Pick 3 that pays four figures. Kevin Martin likes to play turf, stakes, and allowances races. His handicapping style is more narrative then numbers based. What does this mean? Well, he might not pick you a winner but he’ll give you a good story on why his loser should have won.

Fond of visual handicapping, promising work patterns and horses poised to make a jump in class, this HRF Co-founder hopes to create a site that helps you form your own opinions.