Posts Tagged ‘racing selections’

Patience and Confidence

by Ed Meyer

posted on December 1, 2012 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Handicapping, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

With the doors opening at Gulfstream, Tampa, and Fair Grounds still early in the meet you will want to employ patience. I have found that following the tried and true methods usually kick back in to full gear. Now more than ever, your E-Z Win Forms are stat ready in real-time to help you pick […]

18 Days and Counting

Breeders’ Cup 2012 is only 18-days away at the time of this writing. It will take place over two days at Santa Anita on November 2, and 3, 2012. I ran into a friend of mine from the track, and he asked me the million dollar question. “Where do I begin my research for the […]

Opening Day at Keeneland / Free Selections / $200,000 Guaranteed P-4

Wherever you come from the drive to Keeneland has to be beautiful. In the spring, the renewal of life is abound with the blooming of the Dogwoods. When the fall meet arrives you are greeted by the vibrant colors of the Kentucky foliage. For 15-days each April and October racing holds court in a place […]

Tuesday River Downs Selections

by Ed Meyer

posted on June 29, 2010 in Free Picks and Tips | No Comments >>

Ohio racing still offers good value. I like to get down in the data and find some runners that fit the profile to make it happen. Just take a look, and I think we will make you a believer in the small ovals. River Downs / Thistledown Race #2 – #5 Emma’s World (8-5). Jorge […]