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There’s reason why the biggest bettors flock to HKJC; Nearly $19 MILLION was bet PER RACE in Hong Kong

Warren Eves | July 20, 2017

By Warren Eves “Any wonder why the world’s biggest horse bettors have flocked to Hong Kong?” That statement that came our way from Jay Richards, former turf editor of the Las Vegas Review Journal. Richards knows the Hong Kong Jockey Club circuit about as well as anyone. He’s done [...]

California Chrome Posts 1st of Five Works for Gold Cup: Dubai-UAE Expert Cummings Says It’s Right Decision

Warren Eves | February 21, 2015

By Warren H. Eves California Chrome recorded his first of five workouts for the Dubai World Cup on Saturday at Los Alamitos Race Course in California. Victor Espinoza was up as Art Sherman’s charge covered 4-1/2 furlongs and got an official half-mile clocking of 48 seconds.  It was his [...]

Last Minute Lucy and Daniel O’Callaghan Catch Eye; Bhawansigh Another Trainer To Monitor At Woodbine

Warren Eves | May 1, 2014

By Warren Eves I’m baffled. After watching the replay of race one at Woodbine on April 25 I realized this race could be telling. A filly named Last Minute Lucy, 2-to-1 on the morning line, wired the field.  She had exhibited speed in all four starts [...]

Tucci-Gonzalez May Have Made Claim of Year in 2013; Puntrooskie Relished Woodbine Poly In Woodstock Win

Warren Eves | April 22, 2014

By Warren Eves Tucci Stables and trainer Nicholas Gonzalez may have made the top claim of 2013. Florida-bred Puntrooskie aired on April 20 winning $125,000 six furlong Woodstock at Woodbine. His last to first run was impressive to be sure! A gelded son [...]

Veteran Trainer Ray Odom, Sr. Lauds Owner Cluer; Former Turf Paradise Head Was Hands On Operator

Warren Eves | March 9, 2013

By Warren Eves Owners like Walter Cluer are badly missed in horse racing. “He was the best,” says Ray Odom, Sr., who is in his 55th year as a thoroughbred trainer at Turf Paradise. Cluer, a millwork founder and manufacturer from Phoenix, bought 1400 acres of [...]

Who Was That Jockey Riding Ardenhall At Oaklawn? Franklin Puts Up Rousing 3rd Place Ride In Opener

Warren Eves | January 20, 2013

By Warren Eves A rider caught the eye in race one Saturday at Oaklawn Park. It was the kind of effort we’ve heard famed jockey agent Vince DeGregory talk about over and over. Ardenal was so far out of it early in the stretch it’s hard [...]

Leggy War Dancer’s Debut Surge Catches The Eye; Wonder What Future Price Avello Would Give You

Warren Eves | January 12, 2013

By Warren Eves If I were still living in Las Vegas I’d make a future Derby wager on War Dancer. Yeah, I’m still having these foolish thoughts about cashing in bigtime on one of the most difficult bets of mankind.  That would be a futures wager where one attempts [...]

If Good Tickled Is 2-Year Old Talent Of The Future What Does That Make Wesley Ward’s Undrafted?

Warren Eves | May 20, 2012

By Warren Eves In case you missed it there’s some new talent in town. Good Tickled broke his maiden at Churchill Downs on May 18 with aplomb. By chance we went back to see why such an impressive maiden winner got beat first time out of [...]

Lama Chant’s Lengths-Beaten Line Is Misleading; Rhoden-Slewball’s Stable Claim Worth Following

Warren Eves | September 23, 2011

By Warren Eves           Sometimes those running lines in the Racing Form don’t tell you what really took place.           On review of the ninth race on September 18th at Golden Gate I liked the fading third place effort of Lama Chant.           When I pulled the chart [...]

Out Of Blue Asmussen Colt Could Make Big Dance; Nehro a Blip On Screen Going Into Louisiana Derby

Warren Eves | March 26, 2011

 By Warren Eves           There’s a new shooter in the Derby race–and nobody saw it coming.           As soon as the field crossed the finish line in the Louisiana Derby I began my process of finding out why.           Anybody who spends enough time at this [...]