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Horse Racing Columns

Changing Leads - A New Year’s Wish List
Since the inception of this column, many race fans have contacted me wanting to see changes in the sport. Their concerns are the basis of this wish list for the coming new year.
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Dr Z’s Mathematics of Game - Winning Without Thinking
I recommend Nick Mordin’s, Winning Without Thinking: A Guide to Horse Race Betting Systems (Aesculus Press, UK).
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Changing Leads - Head2Head: A Way to Go
Good news again fro the everyday horseplayer! The Breeders’ Cup World Thouroughbred Championships are trying to attract new business from the casual or novice player.
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Dr. Z’s Mathematics of Gambling - Recapping the Races
In my last column I discussed the Kentucky Derby and the Triple Crown prior to the running, with special emphasis on the dual qualifiers Saarland, Johannesburg, and Came Home.
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Changing Leads - Handicapping
Handicapping is cyclical in nature. The same set-ups and opportunities present themselves over and over again...
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Dr. Z’s Mathematics of Gambling - The Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes
I am a fan of dosage analysis for these two classic races whose entrants have never run the 114 and 112 miles before. Steve Roman provides data, results and commentary...
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Changing Leads - First Time Starters
There are few things as intriguing to a horseplayer as a first-time starter...
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Dr. Z’s Mathematics of Gambling - Tiznow Again—the Power of a New Pace Top
The 2001 Breeders’ Cup Classic at Belmont Park featured European grass stars Galileo and Sakhee facing America’s best. Galileo had a fierce rivalry with fellow Irish great Fantastic Light who had just won the 11/2 mile Breeders Cup Turf...
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Changing Leads - At the Races
Reduced Takeouts. Things are looking better for the bettors of thoroughbred racing...
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Dr. Z’s Mathematics of Gambling - The Breeder’s Cup Classic Part 2
The favorite at 6-5 was Fusaichi Pegasus, who had won the Kentucky Derby and was recently sold to Ireland’s Coolmore Stud for a reputed 60–70 million. He was rested after losing to the fresh Red Bullet in the Preakness...
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Changing Leads - Lessons in Handicapping
On June 3, Belmont Park's fourth race proved a unique lesson in handicapping...
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Dr. Z’s Mathematics of Gambling - The Breeder’s Cup Classic Part 1
The Classic is often the definitive race of the year and this one was no exception. I was at Churchill Downs in Louisville with some of my handicapping friends. As Gambling Times readers know I view horse racing as a financial market...
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Changing Leads
Breaking The Code: There has been much speculation about winning horses that have dropped in price on the tote board during the running of a race…
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