Entries by Matt Bisogno

Gold Subscribers: version 0.4 available now

The latest version of the Breeders' Cup Compendium, including finalised trends grids, and four completed races, is online now. The races I've completed are: - Juvenile Fillies - Juvenile - Dirt Mile - Distaff I am waiting on the weather here before looking at the turf races. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE LATEST VERSION >>>

Gold Subscribers: Get Breeders’ Cup Compendium *free*

This year, as a thank you to Gold subscribers, I'm giving away my Breeders' Cup Compendium. Regular readers will know that this normally sells for £15, and that it is delivered in instalments. The current version has the trends, trends grids, links to review videos on the Breeders' Cup website, and draft pace (to be reviewed […]

Breeders’ Cup 2018: Saturday Race Trends

After Future Stars Friday it is the turn of the seniors on Saturday, with nine Breeders' Cup races culminating in the $6,000,000 Breeders' Cup Classic. Below are some race trends which may help separate those with better chances than their current odds imply... 4.00pm GMT Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Sprint Eleven renewals to date […]

Champion Trainers set optimistic tone ahead of Breeders’ Cup

The champion trainers of Britain and Ireland were in upbeat and hopeful mood ahead of the Breeders’ Cup, which gets underway a week on Friday at Churchill Downs, Kentucky. John Gosden, whose lead in the British Champion Trainer title race is already unassailable, has high hopes for superstar mare, Enable. Of the dual Arc-winning four-year-old, […]

Breeders’ Cup 2018: Friday Race Trends

Day 1, Friday, of the 2018 Breeders' Cup is all about the future. The Breeders' beaks and bigwigs have long scratched their heads about the best format for the overture to Saturday's main card and they may, finally, have hit their mark with the equivalent of Newmarket's Future Champions Day. Indeed, they're calling it 'Future […]

Breeders’ Cup 2018: Top Trainers

Preparing a horse for an event like the Breeders' Cup requires skill, judgement and no little luck. Some trainers seem to have an unerring knack for it, while for others the meeting is akin to a Sisyphean task. Given the unfamiliar wagering territory the Breeders' Cup constitutes for many this side of the Atlantic, what […]

Monday Musings: A Bold Bid

For many years, the counter-argument to attending the big events has always been that you can see much more on the television screen, writes Tony Stafford. Yesterday’s Arc action, exclusive to At the Races, soon to be Sky Racing, had to be spliced between Uttoxeter jumping and a mixed Irish card from Tipperary. Oh for […]

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