Posts Tagged ‘Belmont Park’

Problem Ponies – Horses to Watch – 10/24/16

Nothing like a little watchful eye to let you know when there is a runner who could come right back and score. Trip handicapping is some of the most important homework one can do and right here we have kept our eyes peeled for runners who fit the bill. – Be sure to see where […]

Problem Ponies – Horses to Watch – 10/10/16

With only 25 days until Breeders’ Cup, race fans from around the world had all eyes on Super Saturday. – This is the time when I find myself hunkered over every article about how runners are doing and what their next plan will be. I know I’m not alone and in this handicapper’s opinion you […]

Problem Ponies – Horses to Watch – 9/26/16

    The weather should start acting more like fall and it can’t come soon enough. – The heat was welcome at the beginning of the summer but I’m ready for the cool crispness of the autumn racing season. – It won’t be long until we’ll start the Breeders’ Cup talk, and there is no […]

Problem Ponies – Horses to Watch – 9/13/16

Labor Day is in the books and the heat and humidity of summer are starting to subside a bit. It won’t be long until the autumn scenes of Keeneland fill my head, and Breeders’ Cup will be on every racing page in the land. – Oh what a great time to be a handicapper, but rest […]

Finding the Answer Maybe Easier Than You Thought !

I’ve been going through a rut of three outta’ four in the pick-four for quite awhile. I know, we’ve all fallen prey to the beast of gambling and we can’t stop this train wreck. – But for this gambler, here’s a little snapshot of me pulling my self out of the abyss.   I started […]

“Problem Ponies” – Horses to Watch

      We see runners who get shut off and have to take up during the course of a race. Handicappers try to document as many as possible and some even subscribe to a “horse watch” service where runners are emailed to you allowing you to make plans to follow them back. – Winning Ponies […]

Winning Ponies Weekend

A week or so ago I wrote about a gambler having a plan and losing his bearings along the way. – That is in the past and I am re-dedicated to staying on target. I took off a little more time and wanted to come back strong. There was a bankroll of $400, and I […]

A Gift From the Racing Gods

by Ed Meyer

posted on July 7, 2015 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

  Forty years ago today, one of the best fillies that ever graced the track broke down at Belmont Park in a match race. – Early on she had many other names. ” The fat yearling, the freak, and the filly that didn’t want to run. Hard to believe she had ever toted the weight of […]

Winning Ponies / Free Selections / Saturday 10-19-2013

by Ed Meyer

posted on October 18, 2013 in Free Picks and Tips, Handicapping, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

The Fall racing season is in full swing, and the sun is beginning to set a little earlier each day. The foliage around the nation is turning from nature’s green goodness to the brilliant colors of autumn. Yes, this is my favorite time of year to watch Thoroughbred racing. Keeneland’s boutique meet is in session, […]

Winning Ponies/ Free Selections / Sunday 9-29-2013

by Ed Meyer

posted on October 1, 2013 in Free Picks and Tips, Handicapping, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

There was bolt of good news on my quest to build a bankroll for Breeders’ Cup. Yesterday, I posted a $108 50-cent pick four. I know this is a large amount to play, but it was a $500,000 guarantee, and one of the best cards in memory. I consulted the E-Z Win Forms and proceeded to […]