Posts Tagged ‘Old Hilltop’

Derby Day Report Card

  The big day was upon and I was locked and loaded. – I guess that means I had my E-Z Win Forms in hand and bankroll burning a hole in my pocket. Last year I started slow and went on fire late in the card. I was wondering how the day would treat me […]

The 2nd Jewel/The 140th Preakness

  The 141st Derby is in the books, and time marches on. It’s been that way since 1875, and the game has taught many of gamblers to rejoice the win, pick up the pieces, and look forward to the next opportunity. The 140th Preakness is held in Maryland in ten days. It doesn’t give the […]

Free Selections for the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes

Friday is ladies day at Pimlico Race Course. This is the second leg of the Triple Crown of sorts for three-year-old fillies. First is the Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs, then comes the Black-Eyed Susan, and it all finishes up at Belmont with the Acorn Stakes. This will be the 88th running which began in […]

Preakness Professional

by Ed Meyer

posted on May 17, 2012 in General Discussion, Handicapping, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

I have been talking the talk as many punters for years. I couldn’t wait to wager on the middle jewel in racing. But, there is only one thing:  I really do not focus much on the Maryland product, and one day a year I shed my fears and jump headlong into the races. Nothing against […]