Posts Tagged ‘horse racing fans’

Giving Thanks for 2015

  The Breeders’ Cup is in the books, and we’re starting to think about the holidays. That’s all good, and time with the family are the best moments in life. In addition to getting in the holiday swing, you’ll see some racing fans sharpening up their skill set. – You’ll see punters focusing in on contest play and […]

Stoopers

by Ed Meyer

posted on June 8, 2011 in General Discussion | No Comments >>

Have you ever seen the guy or gal that can kick a ticket like a professional soccer player without any effort ? How about the guy who runs around and angles everybody for a few bucks ? I have known plenty, and in the game of racing they have been there long before me, and […]

Free Lunch

by Ed Meyer

posted on March 22, 2011 in General Discussion | 1 Comment >>

No, I am not spending my time outside of Applebees begging just yet. Yet….. I met a friend for lunch, and he asked me some questions about how he can better use his website to drive traffic and be more productive. I ordered, and away we went. First – I said how about using your […]

Along The Way

by Ed Meyer

posted on January 22, 2011 in General Discussion | 5 Comments >>

Working in racing has allowed me to see just about everything.  I have seen things that would make you laugh until you cry, and things that touch your heart and have you weeping like a child. All in all, I wouldn’t trade it for anything…. The Lottery Picker: Pete was a guy who loved the action, […]

Haven’t You Had Enough Chances?

by Ed Meyer

posted on December 15, 2010 in General Discussion | No Comments >>

A good friend of mine who I really trust, and listen to his advice, gave me something to think about. He said, “don’t you think you have enough chances to hit that huge winner to set you up? ” I must have been going through a bad moment, because I drew a breath and realized he may […]

Fan Fun

by Ed Meyer

posted on September 15, 2010 in General Discussion | 1 Comment >>

Wouldn’t you like to make your day at the races more exciting? The little things go a long way, and we need to mimic NASCAR, the NBA, NFL, and a host of others to make our bucks in these tough times. How about having a weekend handicapping seminar with trainers and riders? They can tell […]