» Seoul Sunday: Race-By-Race Preview (August 14)
13/08/22 03:03 from Horse Racing in Korea
With Busan taking the weekend off, the only Sunday meeting is at Seoul where there is a day time meeting of 15 races from 10:45 to 18:00. Here are the previews: Seoul Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million Juvenile maidens ki...

» Seoul Saturday: Race-By-Race Preview (August 13)
12/08/22 01:47 from Horse Racing in Korea
After a week off, racing returns to Seoul on Saturday with an 10-race afternoon and evening card running from 14:50 to 21:00. Here are the previews: Seoul Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million Juvenile maidens kick things of...

» Busan Sunday: Race-By-Race Preview (August 7)
06/08/22 03:40 from Horse Racing in Korea
Busan flies solo on Sunday with a bumper 15-race card from 10:45 to 18:00. Here are the previews: Busan Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million Juvenile maidens in the opener with all but two racing for the first time. That pa...

» Busan Saturday: Race-By-Race Preview (August 6)
05/08/22 04:07 from Horse Racing in Korea
With Seoul being off this weekend, Busan hosts a rare Saturday meeting with 8 races from 16:40 to 21:00. Here are the previews: Busan Race 1: Class 6 (1200M) Allowance / KRW 25 Million Maiden three-year-olds. We’ll take a chance on the s...

» Seoul & Busan Sunday: Race-By-Race Preview (July 31)
30/07/22 04:53 from Horse Racing in Korea
It’s daytime racing on Sunday with 11 races at Seoul from 10:45 to 18:00 and a short 5-race card at Busan from 12:20 to 16:10. Here are the previews: Seoul Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million Juvenile maidens here wi...

» Seoul Saturday: Race-By-Race Preview (July 30)
29/07/22 03:20 from Horse Racing in Korea
Saturday’s action is at Seoul where there is a lengthy 15-race program running from 2pm to 9pm. Here are the previews: Seoul Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million Juvenile maidens on the opener with seven of the eleven...

» Busan Friday: Race-By-Race Preview (July 29)
28/07/22 03:15 from Horse Racing in Korea
With no Jeju ponies this weekend, there is a bumper 14-race card at Busan this Friday running from 14:10 to 21:00. Here are the previews: Busan Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 60 Million Juvenile maidens to begin with and all but...

» There Are Still Some Good Opportunities to Cash Some Tickets
25/07/22 13:43 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
This past weekend's racing proves to me that this game, although, yes, with less public money, with the teams, with the sharps (which now includes anyone with a computer and some skill), and with some hard takeout to beat, it still has s...

» Raon The Fighter Lands Emphatic Knockout In Owners’ Cup
24/07/22 09:34 from Horse Racing in Korea
Raon The Fighter roared back into the winner’s circle at Busan Racecourse on Sunday afternoon, running his rivals off their feet for a statement victory in the Owners’ Cup (1600M KOR-G3). On his thirteenth career start, Raon The Fighter ...

» Owners’ Cup Sunday: Busan & Seoul Race-By-Race Preview (July 24)
23/07/22 06:42 from Horse Racing in Korea
The Owners’ Cup (1600M KOR-G3) is the feature race of the day as Raon The Fighter seeks to get back to winning ways after two shock defeats. See here for a horse-by-horse preview of the race. The Owners’ Cup is the concluding...

» Raon The Fighter Favoured To Return To Winning Ways in Owners’ Cup
23/07/22 06:33 from Horse Racing in Korea
The Busan Owners’ Cup (1600M KOR-G3) is only a decade old, but the list of past winners reads like a who’s who of Korean racing with Dangdae Bulpae, Triple Nine, Power Blade and Blue Chipper all on the honours board. This Sunday at Busan...

» Boy, Have I Learned a Lot About Wagering on This Crazy App
20/07/22 07:18 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
I was outside awhile back and noticed some kids playing with the pigskin. They flipped me the ball and I sent one kid on a fly pattern. I gave it a heave and two things happened: one, my arm hurt, and two the ball landed five yards short...

» The Racing Bettors' 4th and 2 Problem that Just Won't Go Away
19/07/22 13:06 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
For about 130 years of pro football, 4th and two was beset with a flight to safety. Not going for it (the pain of missing a first down) always trumped the joy (and win edge) of making it.  Then something - the thing we see on our TV...

» Horse Racing Needs Vibrant & Growing Populations & Economies
11/07/22 13:07 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
Chuck Simon has been on fire on the twitter lately, joining quite a few discussions, two of which involve numbers. That's something we like here in the blog, and two of these discussions work nicely together, in my view.  First, in ...

» The Nomination Is In: The Stephen Foster G2 at Churchill Downs
01/07/22 19:44 from The Turk: Horses, Handicapping and Hijinks
Welcome friends to The Turk and the Little Turk Blog , now in our 14th year of providing good handicaps and terrible blogging to people who never asked for it, and Happy July 4th Weekend. I'd like to thank the good people at The Thorofan...

» The Importance of Being Earnest
28/06/22 13:42 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
What are things that are paramount in 2022 with regards to equine athletes?  Horse deaths, wastage, sending out horses to race that probably should not have be sent out to race, to name but three. For much of human history - any epo...

» Watching Replays
24/06/22 12:31 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
DeRosa, and others, are talking about the importance of watching or not watching replays to handicap. It's a discussion I always find interesting.  Like almost everything in this game, to me this is a matter of personal preference a...

» Stewards Scorecards? How is it Even Possible.
22/06/22 11:45 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
There's quite the brouhaha today on last night's White Sox Blue Jays game. The umpire had a bad game.  How do we know. Well, there's an accuracy card.  Umpire: Doug Eddings Final in 12: Blue Jays 6, White Sox 7 #NextLevel // #C...

» "Putting on a Show & No Off Book Money" Has Tied Racing's Hands. It's a Load of Hooey
20/06/22 12:53 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
I was doing some reading on the revenues and spend for sports betting companies, and they certainly live in a world we're unfamiliar.  The sports betting industry is unique in a very important perspective - customer acquisition is j...

» Jock & Driver Bettors, Big in OTB's, Less-So Elsewhere
13/06/22 12:15 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
I don't know how many winning players I talk to who say, "I am not really a big jockey or driver guy".  In my years playing and modeling thoroughbreds I tend to agree. I could not find much actionable to play or not play with jock n...

» Playing With Confidence and the Winning Anchor
12/06/22 13:16 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
Several years ago the Denver Broncos were reeling. Their HOF quarterback was still hurting, had lost his fastball, and at halftime in week 16 or 17 they were trailing a division rival. Their back up QB, the venerable Brock Osweiler, was ...

» The Money. It Works in Other Sports
08/06/22 11:30 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
The LIV golf tour is in the headlines as the Saudi backed enterprise is starting to get what they want - more and more PGA players aboard the fledgling venture. Dustin Johnson walked out on The Canadian Open (and his deal with RBC, which...

» DKNG's is Just Another Corporate in this New World
07/06/22 11:12 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
Draft Kings CEO Jason Robins caused quite the stir yesterday with his comments to analysts .  That he told investors looking for higher returns (on a stock that is completely beat up) he will deliver higher returns is nothing too ex...

» 10 Things
02/06/22 14:36 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
Here are a few things (ten of them!) people who have blogs tend to do when they're taking a break from work and want to write something. I hope you like maybe four or five of them.  Note - This is *not* a Derby Top Ten list.  1...

» The scene of the crime
30/05/22 05:05 from
Quiet Zain returned to ParisLongchamp where he slipped and fell and injured himself in September 2018. He was scratched from the Quinte handicap that day. Those injuries kept him out of racing for more than a month. During the months tha...

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