Letter to a New Horseplayer

We’ve compiled recommendations from industry professionals and regular players alike to help you as you embark on your fantastic journey of learning about the sport of kings.

An introduction to wagering beyond Win, Place and Show from the guy who wrote the book, literally!

When embarking on the Kentucky Derby trail, remember, it is about the journey more than the destination.

Don’t be intimidated, the Hennegan Brothers have some tips to help you step up to the plate and have some fun.

Award winning turf writer Claire Novak explains the attraction.

So you’ve recently become interested in horse racing, here are some tips on how to proceed.

You could go to a concert, movie, or sporting event but when was the last time you paid to be entertained where a possibility existed that you might walk out with more money then you walked in with?

Ernie Munick takes you to the paddock and shows you the ropes.

Having an opinion, being opinionated is the central theme of handicapping.

The most important thing to build over time isn’t handicapping prowess or a wagering system but confidence.

Paying attention to details can help uncover useful information. Pedigree expert Sid Fernando’s offers some tips for your next trip to the paddock.

Some great suggestions on introducing your friends to racing by taking them to the track.

Using the language of the track will not only help you understand what you are seeing but will also make you sound like a pro.

It’s possible to enjoy a day at the races without betting your face off!

How one longtime industry fixture used an immersive approach to launch his love of the game.

Some thoughts on why the participatory nature of horse racing makes it both unique and enthralling.

Not sure what to do when you go to the track? Here’s a game plan to help you get the most out of the day!