Posts Tagged ‘football’

Money for Nothing, and Your Action is Free

by Ed Meyer

posted on August 12, 2014 in Uncategorized | No Comments >>

This past Saturday was a solid day of racing at Belterra Park. Now, I know its not Del Mar or the Spa, but it was the only track I was going to be in attendance. As I was walking in, a new player stopped me on my way up the elevator. He introduced himself, and I […]

Run, Pass, or Drop Back and Punt?

I have two wagering loves in my life. Thoroughbred racing and football. It doesn’t matter what the level of competition, as I love to watch them. I have examined wagering on both, and I have come up with a possible game plan. Once again, it could be college ball or the Breeders’ Cup. They both […]

LXX

by Ed Meyer

posted on June 4, 2013 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, WinningPonies.com | 4 Comments >>

There was a young colt born at Stoner Creek farm in Paris, Kentucky. He was sired by 1928 Kentucky Derby winner Reigh Count. He didn’t appear to be much in the eyes of his owner John Hertz, who was best known for his rental car company bearing his name. Hertz was intent on selling the colt, until he was convinced […]

Pigskins and Ponies

by Ed Meyer

posted on September 4, 2010 in General Discussion | No Comments >>

For a gambler who loves football, this can be a tough time of the year. You are torn between two lovers, and sometimes you can make a bad call trying to do too much.. Here is a suggestion to get your action on, and still keep your hair from falling out! Horse Racing This time […]