Posts Tagged ‘horses to watch’

Problem Ponies – Horses to Watch – 1/24/17

The weather held the world of racing in some rainy grips in many parts of the country, and one would think they would be hearing a March-April weather report. But when you’re in the throws of January you have to drop back and wonder. What will the Racing Gods have in store for us in […]

Problem Ponies – Horses to Watch – 12/23/16

Family and friends gather round the tree as seasonal eggnog is enjoyed from the traditional recipe. This is a time of reflection and rejoicing. – Nothing better than getting a little gift before the party begins and Winning Ponies wants to offer up a list of runners who may be worth a wager the next […]

Problem Ponies – Horses to Watch – 12/6/16

Nothing like a little something to keep your inner-handicapper warm and happy on the cold blustery days. – Trip handicapping is one of the oldest forms of handicapping, and can be traced back to the late-great Pittsburgh Phil. – Here are some runners who had a tough trip,  bad beginning, or could use a hard […]

Quiet Before the Storm

by Ed Meyer

posted on November 15, 2016 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Handicapping, Horse Racing, WinningPonies.com | No Comments >>

As the winds of autumn slowly change into the blustery howls of winter there is a storm a brewing. Let me rejoice the end of one chapter and relish another. – The seasonal changes are a barometer of what we can expect, and as a gambler it is a time of introspective reflection. As I […]

Problem Ponies – Horses to Watch – 11/2/16

The Cubs and Indians square off in November for game 7, the Breeders’ Cup is just days away, and the process of finding your winners has begun. – There is nothing like this time of year even if it seems like it’s a little later. No worries, Santa Anita will bring sunshine and a blue […]

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 – 10/4/16

      Keeneland is only days away and the foliage in my neck of the woods is beginning to show the slightest hint of color change. The humid air has been replaced by cool autumn breezes and the countdown to Breeders’ Cup is in full-stride. – Before you start digging out your hoodies and […]

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 […]

Problem Ponies – Horses to Watch – 9-7-16

Labor Day has come and gone and the end of summer has officially begun. You’ll start seeing less humidity and earlier sunsets, and best of all the racing world prepares to finish strongly with a blast of races that are sure to please fans from all walks. – In the meantime, you’ll want to keep […]