Posts Tagged ‘Thomas Amoss’

Free Selections / Thanksgiving Day / 11-28-2013

by Ed Meyer

posted on November 27, 2013 in Blogroll, Free Picks and Tips, Handicapping, Horse Racing, | 3 Comments >>

You can smell the aromatic turkey cooking slowly in the kitchen, the friends and relatives are making their trek to enjoy a feast, and there is a cornucopia of racing action to have you going back for seconds. Winning Ponies is locked and loaded for the holiday weekend, and the E-Z Win Forms are sure […]

Free Pick-Four Selections / Delta Jackpot Day / Saturday 11-23-13

by Ed Meyer

posted on November 21, 2013 in Free Picks and Tips, Handicapping, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

Saturday afternoon racing shifts to Vinton, Louisiana. They have an 11-race card slated, and handicappers from around the nation will be focused on the $1 Million Dollar Delta Downs Jackpot Day. A field of ten is set to go to post in the G-3 Delta Downs Jackpot, and the winner of Saturday’s main event will […]

Q & A with Leandro Goncalves

by Ed Meyer

posted on July 2, 2013 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

I reached out last week to a rider on Facebook and asked if he would like to chat. He agreed to have a phone interview but not that day. He was going to be traveling to Iowa to ride at Prairie Meadows. Little did I know a few days later that trip would be a great […]

Weekend Wisdom

The second leg of the Triple Crown goes to post at 6:20 p.m. this Saturday. Mother Nature has plans to behave, and the post positions have been drawn. The only left is to grab your E-Z Win Forms and lets capping… Oh, did I mention that each runner has a story? Every year brings new […]

Q & A / Thom Amoss

by Ed Meyer

posted on July 26, 2012 in General Discussion, Horse Racing, | 1 Comment >>

Thomas  M. Amoss Born – November, 17, 1961 – New Orleans, Louisiana Began working in Thoroughbred racing in 1976, and took out his trainer’s license in 1987   Question: Thom, what do you feel was one of your most instrumental preparations in becoming a professional trainer ? Answer: That would be the time I spent as a […]