Posts Tagged ‘Marty McGee’

A Day At The Races

by Ed Meyer

posted on July 25, 2021 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | Comments Off on A Day At The Races

      I’ve never had a bad day at the races. Ever. – It’s not based on how much we made or the few bucks we lost on the 5th. – Some days are just better than others, and yesterday was great. I had the opportunity to do a handicapping seminar with Marty McGee […]

Fading Into History

by Ed Meyer

posted on October 23, 2019 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

The game of racing fades in 20-minute increments. – That’s the time in between post times. Where we made friends, talked horses, and handicapped for the big win. – Over the years, we see friends get older and make fewer trips to the races. Then, they disappear. You hear the story of how they passed […]

Change is Coming – Fall 2014

Keeneland has come a long way from eight races, one daily double, and no announcer. Now that was ancient ages ago, but the track that is branded  “Racing as it was meant to be” has taken a big step. Long ago, change was a nasty word for the beautiful Lexington track. They have proven they […]

Talking Horses

by Ed Meyer

posted on November 18, 2010 in General Discussion | 15 Comments >>

There is nothing better than a little shop talk for players. I really enjoy learning about the game from industry professionals. Be sure to tune in each and every Thursday to “Winning Ponies” at 8 p.m. EST / 5 p.m. PST, and follow along as we dive into racing, and have special guests that bring insight and […]

Instant Change?

by Ed Meyer

posted on July 21, 2010 in General Discussion | No Comments >>

Kentucky racing is some of the best the world has to offer. There is a complete circuit, and they have year-round racing at different venues. This past year has been a tough road for the Bluegrass State. But, just when things look the darkest, has the light of hope arrived? When you read about Turfway […]