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Someone made a score when Arrogate ran his clunker; Betting trend shows what produced unusual payoffs

Warren Eves | July 24, 2017

By Warren Eves “Somebody made a score.” One astute horse player made that statement after 1-to-20 favorite Arrogate ran a clunker finishing a badly beaten fourth in the San Diego Handicap Saturday at Del Mar. “I wasn’t paying attention to betting trends in that race because [...]

Eves To Be On Track Covering Fairgrounds Meeting; There’s Good Reason To Re-Up For Horses To Watch

Warren Eves | November 11, 2011

By Warren Eves           Serious horseplayers may want to re-up for our “Horses To Watch” list.           I just returned from an across country trip.  The Fairgrounds winter race meet opens on Thanksgiving.  My friend Charlie “Vagabond” Faye and I will be on track bringing you some insight from that famed [...]

Baffert Credits Martin Garcia With Coil’s Haskell Win; Former Quarter Horse Trainer Is Ahead Of The Curve

Warren Eves | July 31, 2011

By Warren Eves           Bob Baffert seems to be ahead of the curve when it comes to horse racing.           May 11th, 2010.            Baffert takes Garrett Gomez off Lookin At Lucky.            He names a relative newcomer named Martin Garcia to ride him in the Preakness.   [...]

Fernando Jara Resurfaces At Aqueduct Aboard Winner; Frazil Wins In BTL’d Fashion For Linda Rice

Warren H. Eves | February 9, 2011

By Warren Eves           Remember the 18-year-old kid named Fernando Jara who won the Breeders Cup Classic with Invasor way back when?           Jara resurfaced Wednesday at the Big A and won wire to wire with his only mount–Number One Cherry in the day’s sixth race.           The [...]