Posts Tagged ‘Stewart Elliot’

Is This The Year ??

If you have ever watched a race at Belmont, you’ll see sweeping turns where horses and riders get lost. Just ask Stewart Elliot. – A solid reins man who has shipped his tack to Kentucky turned for home three-to-the-good in the Belmont, and like a bolt of lightning. The camera angle changed, and you could […]

Winning Ponies / Free Selections / Labor Day / 9-2-2013

by Ed Meyer

posted on September 1, 2013 in Free Picks and Tips, Handicapping, Horse Racing, WinningPonies.com | No Comments >>

Labor Day signals the end of summer. The summer ovals that we awaited with are getting ready for that long winter slumber. But there is a super day of racing action on tap. Winning Ponies is geared up for the last blast of summer, and this is one day you won’t want to miss!   […]

Preparing For The Big Weekend

When you read all of the stats, trends, and witchery. I guess we can all eliminate runners based on past running’s? With all of that information at hand how can we go wrong? Well, here is a news flash. I think it would be short sided to discount anything at this point. Keep an open […]

Bettor Beware

by Ed Meyer

posted on June 3, 2010 in General Discussion, Other Events | No Comments >>

At ” Big Sandy” at Elmont, New York, the turns can be sweeping, and the backstretch can go on for years. It takes a steady and patient hand, and when they turn for home, I have heard that riders get lost in the turn. I never understood this theory, untilĀ I saw Stewart Elliot aboard Smarty […]