» Seoul & Busan Sunday: Race-By-Race Preview (September 19)
18/09/21 02:14 from Horse Racing in Korea
It’s the final race day of September what with the Chuseok holiday upcoming and racing taking one of its two weekends a year off next week. Decent cards at both Seoul (10 races from 10:45 to 18:00) and Busan (6 races from 12:05 to ...

» Seoul Saturday: Race-By-Race Preview (September 18)
17/09/21 02:53 from Horse Racing in Korea
There are nine races at Seoul on Saturday from 11:00 to 18:00. The meeting takes place behind closed doors although betting outlets in Busan, Changwon, Daegu, Gwangju and Cheonan will be open for pre-booked punters (through the MyCard ap...

» Busan Friday: Race-By-Race Preview (September 17)
16/09/21 01:50 from Horse Racing in Korea
Racing will take a break for the Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving) holidays next weekend so it’s full fields all round this week. The action kicks off at Busan on Friday with a seven-race card from 12:35 to 18:00. While betting outlets...

» Seoul & Busan Sunday: Race-By-Race Preview (September 12)
11/09/21 04:52 from Horse Racing in Korea
Sunday’s meetings are at Seoul (10 races from 10:45 to 18:00) and at Busan (6 races from 12:05 to 17:00). Seoul will take place behind closed doors although Busan Racecourse will be open for pre-booked seats up to 20% of indoor cap...

» Seoul Saturday: Race-By-Race Preview (September 11)
10/09/21 02:57 from Horse Racing in Korea
Seoul’s Saturday meeting will take place behind closed doors although betting outlets in the south of the country will be open for pre-booked punters. Those locations are Busan Racecourse, Busan OCBs (x2), Changwon, Gwangju, Daegu ...

» Busan Friday: Race-By-Race Preview (September 10)
09/09/21 03:28 from Horse Racing in Korea
Punters will return in Korea on Friday in a limited way. With the exception of Seoul and Gyeonggi Province and Jeju Island, the rest of the country was returned to a “level 3” Covid alert which means that the racecourses and ...

» What Racing Analysts Should Be, And Do
08/09/21 13:00 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
If I was King of Racing (stop the hate mail now), I'd think I'd implement some standards for our friends analyzing the races at each meet, every day.  Let me say, I believe analysts do a good job, certainly for the most part, analyz...

» The Nomination Is In: The Dueling Grounds Derby $750K
04/09/21 19:25 from The Turk: Horses, Handicapping and Hijinks
      Welcome Friends to The Turk and Little Turk Blog, with a narrow focus on handicapping, primarily older turf runners, since 2008.  In those years we have written over 680 blog posts and given bet suggestions...

» Seoul & Busan Juvenile Sunday: Race-By-Race Preview (September 5)
04/09/21 01:59 from Horse Racing in Korea
This year’s juvenile crop finally get the opportunity to race for big prizes as the “Rookie Stakes” takes place at both Seoul and Busan. There are 10 races at Seoul from 10:45 to 18:00 and 6 at Busan from 12:05 to 17:00...

» Seoul Saturday: Race-By-Race Preview (September 4)
03/09/21 02:55 from Horse Racing in Korea
Seoul’s Saturday meeting will be run behind closed doors with 9 races from 11:00 to 18:00. Here are the previews: Seoul Race 1: Class 6 (1000M) Allowance / KRW 45 Million The opener is for juvenile maidens and just two of the ten h...

» Busan Friday: Race-By-Race Preview (September 3)
02/09/21 03:04 from Horse Racing in Korea
We finally get some Stakes action in Korea this weekend as the juveniles at both Seoul and Busan get a chance to compete for a decent prize for the first time. In the meantime, the weekend’s action kicks off at Busan on a Friday wi...

» Sunday Seoul & Busan: Race-By-Race Preview (August 29)
28/08/21 03:41 from Horse Racing in Korea
We round out August with behind-closed-doors Sunday card at Seoul (9 races from 11:00 to 18:00) and at Busan (6 races from 11:30 to 16:30). Here are the previews: Seoul Race 1: Class 6 (1200M) Allowance / KRW 33 Million Two and three-yea...

» Skiba's Bankroll Thoughts
27/08/21 12:09 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
Skiba's interview at Harness Racing Update is up , where he waxes on gambling and his $1M Draftkings win this Monday. If you haven't read it, I thought his answers were useful and interesting, so give it a look.  One of his answers ...

» The Nomination Is In: The Pacific Classic G1 at Del Mar
19/08/21 19:02 from The Turk: Horses, Handicapping and Hijinks
Express Train :  Photo by Benoit Welcome Friends to The Turk and the Little Turk blog, now in our 14 year of providing handicapping and analysis.  I'd like to thank the good people of The Thorofan for giving me an opportunity t...

» The Bounce & Energy Distribution is Not Just for Handicapping Horses
16/08/21 12:19 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
I read a fascinating book recently: The Bascomb tome, The Perfect Mile , examined three runners and their quest to lower the mile race record below the long-thought impossible 4 minute barrier. What was most remarkable (and unexpected) t...

» The Olympic (Gold Medal) Hoof: Farrier Jim Blurton's Concave-Maybe Shoeing for British Team Eventer Ballaghmor Class
12/08/21 23:07 from Fran Jurga's "HoofBlog": News from Hoofcare & Lameness Journal

» What Will the Betting Landscape Look Like in Ten Years?
11/08/21 14:03 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
Cryptocurrency is again in the news, as the politicians are examing its regulation . This, to a lot of people, is troubling, as regulating something relatively brand new with so many unknowns can end up pretty dreadful. This warriness is...

» The Olympic Hoof Explained: Swedish farrier outlines barefoot management of gold medal team
08/08/21 12:49 from Fran Jurga's "HoofBlog": News from Hoofcare & Lameness Journal

» The Olympic (Bare) Hoof: Sweden's All In delivers a shoeless silver medal for rider Peder Fredricson
07/08/21 16:18 from Fran Jurga's "HoofBlog": News from Hoofcare & Lameness Journal

» The Olympic Hoof: FEI salutes farriers as crucial to equine performance in Tokyo
03/08/21 13:00 from Fran Jurga's "HoofBlog": News from Hoofcare & Lameness Journal

» The Olympic Hoof: US Eventing Horses Try British Concave Shoes for Tokyo
31/07/21 15:01 from Fran Jurga's "HoofBlog": News from Hoofcare & Lameness Journal

» The Olympic Hoof: Therapeutic plastic horseshoes helped two US dressage silver medal horses in Tokyo
30/07/21 20:50 from Fran Jurga's "HoofBlog": News from Hoofcare & Lameness Journal

» The Olympic (Laminitic) Hoof: Dressage horse diagnosed with laminitis before competition begins
22/07/21 03:47 from Fran Jurga's "HoofBlog": News from Hoofcare & Lameness Journal

» Meadowlands Full Card Analysis by PTP
17/07/21 14:56 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
If it rains (check Chip Reinhart's twitter feed) these may all lose. Hold it, they may all lose anyway. Wager at your own risk!  R1 Del Miller 2 is probably best but she was running in so she wasn't right last time, but she was frac...

» Beating the "Teams"
08/07/21 14:15 from Harness Racing Blog: Pull the Pocket
Pat Cummings posted this on the twitter yesterday: According to public data from the CHRB, in 2020, eight accounts at high-volume betting shop Elite Turf Club accounted for 34% of ALL Pick 5 money bet on Del Mar races and 29% of all mone...

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