Posts Tagged ‘professional handicappers’

The Happy Horseplayer

by Ed Meyer

posted on July 26, 2019 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Handicapping, Horse Racing | No Comments >>

Another summer month is rolling by and it got me to reflect on the game we love. – Saratoga is in full swing, and this past weekend brought blistering heat to most of the nation. Add in the problems facing racing and you have one player with many things to ponder. But rest assured, we […]

The Full Time Grind

by Ed Meyer

posted on November 20, 2013 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Handicapping, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

I was hanging around the house watching football when an old friend gave me a call. He was telling me how life was going, and all seemed well. Tom has been a part of an investmentĀ group started by his brother, and they have been doing great. Even when the market was going through some rough […]

Taking Your Shot

AsĀ a horse player, punter, gambler, or any other word to describe one who likes the Thoroughbred action. We have all thought about making our living at the track. Now come on, you know you have. Even if it was only for a minute or two.. How about the time when you hit the big trifecta, […]

After the Storm

When I awoke Saturday morning, I though Noah was finishing preparations for the Ark. But not even Mother Nature could dampen the spirits of this handicapper. Looking back, my only wish would have been for a day of sunshine and blue skies. But as always, everything was coming up roses! I received three calls from […]