The Tournament Edge: Lessons Learned

Monday, I published the first part of my series about my experience playing a live contest for the first time.  It covered my preparation before the tournament: Analysis Paralysis. Today, I published part two: Lessons Learned.  As much as I hoped my first live contest would turn out a fairy tale -- it didn't.  But,... Continue Reading →

The Tournament Edge: Heads Up!

This week at The Tournament Edge, I write about something that scared me for a long time, but became my favourite niche of horse racing contest play: head-to-head contests. Before I got the hang of horse racing contests, they scared me.  After all, head-to-head poker was not my style at all.  As I've gained experience,... Continue Reading →

Arlington Million Day analysis!

Tomorrow is Arlington Million Day!  I have been on site at Arlington all week watching the horses in the morning, and handicapping and writing through the afternoons. At The Tournament Edge, I preview the four Festival race fields, highlighting a few interesting horses in each. At ShapperDaCapper, I preview the day's feature, the Grade I... Continue Reading →

Arlington Million Week: Wednesday

Wednesday is when Million week begins to get serious. I have been at morning workouts all week, but today was when a steady stream of festival horses came onto and out of the track.  Over at Picks and Ponderings, you can see what I saw through the day in my photo gallery. Over at The... Continue Reading →

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