This weekend, I intend to play all three of my favorite sports: greyhound racing, thoroughbreds and harness. I’ve had a busy week so I don’t have much time. This is when I’m glad that there are other people out there to help me with my handicapping. You might want to take a look too, if you’d like to play Wheeling, Woodbine or Yonkers – or all three – like I’ll be doing.
Read about some of the standouts at Wheeling Downs in Stan Pawloski’s column at the National Greyhound Review. If you don’t subscribe to the NGA, you might want to do that. It’s a good way to keep up with everything that’s going on in the world of greyhound racing.
If you’ve never played Woodbine, here’s a link to $400 worth of free handicapping materials from Jim Mazur, the man who knows more trainer angles than anyone I know. His daily trainer angle sheets have helped me cash some nice win and exotic tickets at the Canadian track. Look for Speightstown, Forestry and Marcavelly in the sire line at the synthetic track. Don’t miss the free Woodbine Handicapping Book and the free Blue Chip Trainer Angles book also.
Last but certainly not least, here’s a link to a new handicapping feature at Yonkers. Underneath their Entries and Results, they have a box with Race Reviews and Upcoming Analysis. Unlike most track’s picks, the race analysis will provide insight into how the race might play out as handicapped by a team of handicappers who have followed Yonkers for decades.
The post-race reviews, the only ones of their kind from a harness track site, will help handicappers see what happened in a race and should help them improve their handicapping skills going forward.
So, pick some winners at Wheeling and Woodbine and get some help with your handicapping at Yonkers – all for free.