No one's won a Canadian Triple Crown in 16 years, can One Bad Boy finally break that dry spell? First, he'll need to deliver at the Prince of Wales Stakes. We have a complete betting guide to the upcoming race, including odds, tips, and picks!
The oldest continuously run race in North America is set to go June 29 at Woodbine. Of course, I'm referring to the Queen's Plate and the 2019 renewal is shaping up to be one of the better betting races of the summer. Let's dig into the early betting odds and contenders.
As we enter Preakness week 2019, the anticipation is rising. With 12 horses now expected to contest the May 18 classic at Pimlico, bettors will be treated to the largest field since 2011. It's time to sort through the Preakness Stakes odds and make sense of the contenders.
Players trying to look beyond prohibitive favorite Tepin in the September 17 Woodbine Mile will surely have their work cut out for them as the superstar mare tackles seven rivals on the grass.
The second leg of the Canadian Triple Crown goes Tuesday night from Fort Erie race track, where Sir Dudley Digges will try to take another step toward Canadian racing history.
On Sunday, Woodbine will host the $1 million Queen’s Plate Stakes, Canada’s most prestigious race. Restricted to horses foaled in Canada, the classic mile and a quarter contest has drawn a field of thirteen three-year-olds.
A spectacular card of graded stakes action has been assembled for Saturday at Belmont Park and the $1 million Ogden Phipps is shaping up to be one of the most competitive races of the day. The Grade 1 event for fillies and mares will be contested at a mile and a sixteenth.
The $200,000, Grade 2 Eclipse Stakes May 28 at Woodbine features just six runners, but the mile and one sixteenth event certainly isn't lacking in quality.
On Saturday at Churchill Downs, the Kentucky Derby undercard will begin with the $300,000 Churchill Distaff Turf Mile. A Grade 2 event, the race will be contested at one mile on the turf and has drawn a field of nine fillies and mares.
The $1 million Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks May 6 at Churchill Downs figured to be a particularly competitive race when it was announced in mid-April that the undefeated Songbird wouldn't make the race. That proposition has been fulfilled as a field of 14 is set to contest the mile and one eighth event that truly looks like a scramble on paper.