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Meadowlands’ crack handicapping crew aces full!; Brower, Prewitt, Heyden, Warkentin & Horowitz

Warren Eves | August 4, 2017

By Warren Eves The Meadowlands pre-race similcast commentary team is absolute! Every racetrack exec should be required to watch the best thought provoking wagering format show on the planet. Dave Brower and four others bring it! Sound reasoning backs up every opinion they might suggest. To [...]

Time for house cleaning at the once great race place; Rick Hammerle’s ways have been mitigated disaster

Warren Eves | June 6, 2017

By Warren Eves It’s time for a house cleaning at the once great race place. Santa Anita Park could not muster enough horses to run on April 27. That spoke loud and clear as to how bleak things have been for some time. The lack of [...]

CDI’s board needs to dump online bet company TVG; It’s time to upgrade Kentucky Derby’s betting network

Warren Eves | May 8, 2016

By Warren Eves “Would it behoove Churchill Downs to call the NYSE and ask how they do it.” That’s what Bill Christine, longtime columnist for the Los Angeles Times, e-mailed us after the betting meltdown on the 2016 Kentucky Derby. “I don’t know (anything) about computers,” [...]

Old Westbury man loses $90K place wager on Big A

Warren Eves | March 29, 2016

This is a story that was posted by winky on the Chicago Barn To Wire site on Saturday, March 28, 2016. It read as follows: When a 1-9 shot named Constellation ran dead last in a 4 horse field Kevin Collson lost every dime he had in the bank……. [...]

Here’s a Guy who should bring his calling to the states

Warren Eves | January 4, 2016

By Warren Eves
Gary Guy’s dulcet tones are pleasing to one’s ear.
It was during a slow day on TVG, better known as the horse racing channel. Kurt Hoover was chatting with someone named Guy from somewhere in Canada.
Guy, not meant to be a pun, got my attention. Here was someone doing a whale of [...]

Bobby Adair Worthy of Quarter Horse Iconic Status: Scott Wells Recants Fond Memories of Great Jockey

Warren Eves | July 2, 2015

By Warren Eves Los Alamitos will always be a staple for quarter horse racing. Bobby Adair, who died recently, will always be an iconic memory to that sport. “He was a great horseman,” says Scott Wells.  ”A great team roper, and a honky tonk legend, too, [...]

Osterman’s ‘Sick Of The Whip’ Column Stirs Debate; Former Trainer-Gallop Boy Rose Makes His Case

Warren Eves | March 22, 2013

By Warren Eves Former trainer Bobby Rose takes issue with one of horse racing’s best turf writers Tim Osterman. Osterman wrote in his “Sick of the Whip” column for Today’s Racing Digest: “In a sport that is in dire need of more folks in the seats, racing continues to [...]

It’s Past Time To Hold Racetrack Stews Accountable; Non-Action By Parx & Oaklawn Judges Unacceptable!

Warren Eves | February 11, 2013

By Warren Eves Stewards need to be held accountable. There were two atrocious non actions on the part of judges in the past two weeks. 1.) Race eight at Parx on February 3rd found the judges doing nothing when Mad Magic was denied a fair start [...]

Apex Looks Like 2YO To Be Followed Off BTL Debut; Fort Larned Gives Hernandez Richest Win Of Career

Warren Eves | August 4, 2012

By Warren Eves Fort Larned wired ‘em in the Whitney. It was a romp Saturday at famed Saratoga Race Course. Jockey Brian Hernandez was aboard to score the biggest and richest win of his career. “I just stayed out of his way and he took us [...]

Apprentice Irad Ortiz Jr. Is Catching Our Attention; 19YO Puerto Rican Making Most Of Limited Chances

Warren Eves | September 16, 2011

By Warren Eves Rudy Rodriguez, one of the leading claiming trainers at Belmont Park, knows young talent when he sees it. He gave 19-year-old apprentice jockey Irad Ortiz, Jr. a leg up on Flying [...]