Handicatting with Rocky…
Down $9.90--only winner yesterday was serious chalk. Today: Kaitlyn's Cat and Bitty Kitty.
…and with Imp and Furlong
Madison and Floyd’s fund for feline welfare
Tag Archives: Jerome
Tomorrow the 140th Jerome will be run. Inaugurated in 1866, the race was first run at Jerome Park, the race and the track honoring the man who was something of a New York racing magnate in 19th century New York. … Continue reading
Spectators at Jerome Park, courtesy of the Library of CongressBelmont offers four graded stakes this racing weekend, three today and one tomorrow. Two-year-old fillies and colts compete on the dirt in the Frizette and Champagne, respectively, both Grade I’s; three … Continue reading
Because today’s big races are so widely covered elsewhere—The Blood-Horse, The Daily Racing Form, Steven Crist’s blog, Left At The Gate–and because it’s impossible to talk about the races without also talking about the injuries, which I don’t particularly feel … Continue reading