Danny Zucker of Predicteform.com returns to the How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast to discuss the 2019 Belmont Stakes, and both he and host Ed DeRosa have their eyes on beating the favorites and bucking the recent pace dynamic trend by going with a couple closers. Danny and Ed go through the Belmont Stakes field horse by horse and discuss why they landed on longshots to beat Preakness Stakes winner War of Will and Wood Memorial winner Kentucky Derby third-place [...]
It's Belmont Stakes week, and who better to set the table for a stakes-laden Festival of Racing than Anthony Stabile, the New York Racing Association and Horse Racing Radio Network personality who has earned the nickname The Beast of the Belmont for his prowess in handicapping the Test of the Champion. Normally joined by Ed DeRosa on the Brisnet.com HRRN call-in show, Stabile takes his turn answering Ed's questions in this How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast episode focusing on [...]
Penn National Race Course's marquee race is the Penn Mile, which headlines a marquee card in Central Pennsylvania featuring MATCH Series races and a trio of 15% takeout Pick 4s. Former Turf writing adversaries Ed DeRosa (of Thoroughbred Times) and Tom Lamarra (of Blood Horse) have moved on in their careers and join forces to handicap the Penn Mile card with host Ed landing on a 10-to-1 morning line choice. For FREE Penn Mile Ultimate Past Performances from Brisnet.com, CLICK [...]
Preakness Stakes week at Pimlico Race Course means more than just the Preakness race, as there is a bevy of added money action on both Friday and Saturday at Old Hilltop. To help you navigate these big days of racing, Ed DeRosa welcomes John Scheinman to the BetAmerica.com Radio Network How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast. Scheinman is a Maryland-based handicapper and multiple Eclipse Award-winning Turf writer. For handicapping reports for Preakness week at Pimlico, CLICK HERE.
BetAmerica Radio Network How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast: Preliminary Thoughts on How To Bet the Preakness Stakes
Part of the Preakness Stakes handicapping puzzle is looking back at the Kentucky Derby, but with several "new shooter" contenders in this year's group there are more pieces than ever before to try to fit together. Professional handicapper Emily Gullickson of OptixEQ and Brisnet.com Daily Selections joins host Ed DeRosa to discuss this year's prospective Preakness field, including bet backs, potential throwouts, and the pace scenario for the May 18 race at Pimlico Race Course. For all Brisnet.com handicapping materials [...]
On this week’s episode of the Who Do Ya Like Podcast over the BetAmerica.com Radio Network, Scott Shapiro welcomes in Ed DeRosa from Brisnet.com & TwinSpires.com. Scott and Ed chat about the controversial disqualification in last week’s Kentucky Derby, horses out of the 2019 Run for the Roses that look forward to playing back or betting against. They also take an early look at the probables for next week’s Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.
No Omaha Beach? No problem for Ed DeRosa and Scott Shapiro, who discuss how they're betting America's most famous horse race, the Kentucky Derby. Ed & Scott are fans of trying to hit the Derby super, but they discuss strategy for various types of bets, and how they will employ that strategy around their key horses. Ed is swinging for the fences while Scott is playing a little smaller ball but has some longshots to like as well. For all [...]
The most common question when handicapping the Kentucky Derby after "Who do you like" is "Can he get the distance?" A horse's pedigree is often used to help identify horses with a potential ability for 1 1/4 miles on dirt, but it can provide many other clues to a horse's demeanor and aptitude for the demanding classic race. David M. Miller joins Ed DeRosa on BetAmerica.com's How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast to discuss how his use of pedigree has [...]
On this week's Who Do Ya Like Podcast on the Bet America Radio Network, host Scott Shapiro welcomes in Churchill Downs' handicapper and on-air analyst Joe Kristufek. Now in his 5th Kentucky Derby, Joe discusses his top contenders for the world's most famous horse racing and how he approaches the Greatest Two Minutes in Sports both as a handicapper and a bettor.
One of Brisnet.com's most anticipated Kentucky Derby reports is Kerry Thomas's and Pete Denk's Patterns of Motion Analysis for all Derby entrants. Denk joins Ed DeRosa's How To Bet Horse Racing podcast to discuss the Herd Dynamics approach to bloodstock and handicapping. The former Thoroughbred Times coworkers discuss the history of the report and its successes as well as dives into the team's assessment of Kentucky Derby points leader Tacitus. For more on Derby contenders, including free PPs and other [...]