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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 [...]

Tim “Oddsman” Utley’s view on Vegas vs. offshore; Shops like betonline.ag offer players more ‘value’

Warren Eves | August 6, 2016

By Warren Eves Tim “Oddsman” Utley prefers off shore betting over the glittering betting factions in Las Vegas. During the four years he lived in Las Vegas, Nevada he would move from one gaming property to another seeking betting value and the best perks. Tim hosted the Station Casino’s [...]

NOLA Fairgrounds may have seen last of Desormeaux: Ruth claims Nyquist’s ride among the all-time worst!

Warren Eves | May 21, 2016

By Warren Eves Two questions following Saturday’s Preakness. 1. Has the Fairgrounds seen the last of trainer Keith Desormeaux? 2. Were the riding decisions made by Mario Gutierrez to blame for Nyquist’s first defeat. We chatted with Keith several times in the Fairgrounds [...]

Harry “The Hat” Hacek Ready To Compete Yet Again; Escaped Chicago’s Shady Side For Unmatched Run

Warren Eves | January 17, 2015

By Warren H. Eves “I am ready to compete at the major league level again and will await a worthy rider.” Those are the words of someone born and raised on the outskirts of the Chicago loop.  We’re talking about days when a young man could easily aspire to [...]

Shadwell Has Promising Filly Prospect In Mufajaah; She Romps In First Two Turn Try at Oaklawn Park

Warren Eves | March 27, 2014

By Warren Eves Shadwell Stable’s Mufajaah is one of the big developments at the Oaklawn Park meet. Purchased for $375,000 the three-year-old Tapit filly literally toyed with a field of seven on a drying out track March 23. She was bounced around between foes after the [...]

Cagey George Arnold Always Been Worth Watching; Rusty Has Filly Miracle Run Primed For Graduation

Warren Eves | November 7, 2013

By Warren Eves Over the years Rusty Arnold has been a trainer worth following. This came to mind after a maiden special weight race for fillies at Churchill Downs. After watching replays of a November 1 route race many times I was convinced Arnold has Miracle [...]

Napravnik’s Post Ky Derby Comments Are Duly Noted; Collmus’s Says It Was His Toughest Ever Race To Call

Warren Eves | May 6, 2013

By Warren Eves Rosie Napravnik’s post race Kentucky Derby comments caught our attention. Forget the fact we had the winner Orb who won like he laid over the field. The fifth place effort of Mylute may be worth noting.  Napravnik couldn’t hide obvious enthusiasm in post [...]

Merrill Scherer’s Nubin Ridge Has All The Earmarks; State-bred Coming 3YO Just Might Be That ‘Nugget’

Warren Eves | November 24, 2012

By Warren Eves Over the years I’ve learned not to get too high on any equine runner. It’s a recipe for disappointment.  If you wageer?  It can put a hurt on your bankroll. Those “nuggets” horseplayers and horsemen seek every day are hard to find.  Keeping [...]

TENFORTHEMONEY AND GOLDEN SOUL DEBUT LIKE COLTS WHO MAY HAVE BRIGHT FUTURE

Warren Eves | November 19, 2012

By Warren Eves It’s early to have an opinion on Derby prospects. After watching the sixth race at Churchill Downs on Friday, Nov., 16, I liked what I saw in a first time starter named Tenforthemoney. Two days later another promising new face Golden Soul debuted like [...]

Maybe So’s MSW Score Might Produce Future Winners; Identifying “Key Race” Early On Can Reap Dividends

Warren Eves | June 30, 2012

By Warren Eves On review the fourth race under lights will prove to be a “key” race. When one can identify what appears to be a strong maiden race it can be profitable. Maybe So was first to the line in the maiden special weight race [...]