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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 [...]

Bill Hartack book filled with plethura of great stories

Warren Eves | November 15, 2016

By Warren Eves Horse racing historians are sure to enjoy Bill Hartack the book. For those of us who have been on this earth longer than most, Bill Christine’s recount of thoroughbred racing’s past is a must. We lost the great Phil Georgeff recently, the voice [...]

DVM Sheila Lyons is nowhere to be found these days: Minimal progress since her testimony before Congress

Warren Eves | October 29, 2015

By Warren Eves I wish this wasn’t so. Quite some time ago one of my best sources disappeared from view. DVM Sheila Lyons, an expert on the subject of illegal drugs in horse racing, is nowhere to be found. For many, many months she did not [...]

Radiator Impressive Making U.S. Racing Debut at Kee; Eastern Belle’s 3rd in Same Race Was Also Noteworthy

Warren Eves | April 9, 2015

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Colt Named ‘Kash’ Has A Man Living Out His Dream: Former Jockey Danny Sorenson is his Tutor in Texas

Warren Eves | December 17, 2014

By Warren Eves Joseph Gadoury is living a dream. Trust me!  You’re not going to believe his story. “When I was a teenager I watched the Derby, the Preakness and the Triple Crown,” says 57-year-old Joseph Gadoury whose claim to fame is building 16 schools all [...]

Thirtysevenlives On Impressive in First Route Try; Carpe Diem Wins Claiborne Like He Could Be Special

Warren Eves | October 5, 2014

By Warren Eves You might want to monitor a juvenile named Thirtysevenliveson. Watched the re-run of Zayat Stable’s first try at two turning and it was a perfect example of grit and determination despite losing lots of ground at Keeneland on Oct., 4. The Dale Romans-trained [...]

It May Pay to Follow Who Chased Emollient To Wire; Belmont MSW Race Should Produce Next Out Wins

Warren Eves | October 5, 2012

By Warren Eves Belmont’s 3rd race the last day of September is a “key” race. Identifying a “key race” early on can mean cashing tickets.  The race we reviewed over and over was a seven-furlong test for maiden two-year-old fillies.  After watching each and every one of the eight [...]

Maggie’s Up Close Paddock Comments Can Aid Player; NYRA’s New Face Is Best Since Carolyn Conley Left SA

Warren Eves | July 30, 2012

By Warren Eves Maggie Wolfendale brings something to the table. Wish we could say the same for other horse racing venues we pay attention to.  Not since Carolyn Conley did her Santa Anita paddock reporting has someone made such an impression. Unlike so many “talking heads” [...]

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 [...]

Stews Fail To Act On Obvious Foul On Eve Of Rebel; Here’s Race By Race Report Of How Surface Played

Warren Eves | March 16, 2012

By Warren Eves Why can’t these stewards get it right? Carlos Marquez, Jr was cost a better placement in the eighth race at Oaklawn Park on Friday, March 16.  Head-on shots of the horses moving to the far turn proved beyond a doubt his mount Explain had been fouled. [...]