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Most of the news surrounds the Triple Crown races, which starts with the Kentucky Derby. The first leg is the most popular online betting race in the U.S. and attracts a quality three-year-old field. There are a plethora of storylines for the Derby, so we keep our ears close to the ground to help bettors with their horse racing picks. Once the Derby is finished, the news swings to the Preakness Stakes before then moving to the Belmont Stakes, the final leg of the Triple Crown. Kentucky Derby odds are always being updated, so it can pay to lock in the early value.
News is available for the biggest tracks, including Churchill Downs, Saratoga, Pimlico Park and Keeneland. It’s also available for the newsworthy trainers like the highly controversial Bob Baffert. He loves attracting the headlines, but his stable is powerful and his age-group runners are always worth following.
It’s not all about the Triple Crown. The Breeders’ Cup in November features horses from all around the world competing on the two-day card. It combines turf and dirt racing, which is the best of both worlds. The best thing about horse racing is that it’s available every day of the week. Weekend racing takes center stage and there is always news to report for the feature Grade I races, but we cover all Grade I, II and III races from the major venues.
The difference between a winning and losing wager is being in the know, so it pays to keep your finger on the pulse of the latest news from the track.