Mark Casse is one of the most successful handlers in North America. He has trained some very talented horses; CLASSIC EMPIRE, SIR WINSTON, TEPIN, and WAR OF WILL just to name a few. Casse is well known and respected throughout the industry, so just like (dated reference alert) EF Hutton, when Mark Casse talks people should listen. “Horses were not bred to run on the … Continue reading Synthetic Surfaces ?
Horse Racing is one of the worlds oldest sports. Variations of equestrian sports have been held since time immemorial, from tournaments in Ancient Greece, to shows in Medieval England. Betting on the performance of equines is just as old a tradition. And despite its long history, Horse Racing remains one of the most unpredictable sports to bet on. That said, the Daily Racing Blog will … Continue reading Basics To Betting Horses
The New York Racing Association will host a Cross Country Pick 5 on Saturday featuring action from historic Saratoga Race Course and Stakes competition from Woodbine Racetrack and Monmouth Park. Woodbine will kick-off the sequence with the Grade 2, $175,000 Nassau Stakes for older fillies and mares going one mile on the turf, in Race 6 at 3:45. A field of 12 is scheduled to … Continue reading Cross Country Pick 5
On Friday November 20th the Government of Ontario disclosed that Toronto will be entering the Province’s Grey Lockdown phase of coronavirus-related restrictions. As a result Woodbine Entertainment announced that Sunday November 22nd would be the last day of Thoroughbred racing in the Province for 2020. The second half of that Sunday card, de facto closing day for Woodbine, was scrapped due to severe weather. Races … Continue reading Covid Shuts Down Woodbine