All Day Racing Weekly Schedule

It’s the start of another racing week, and we’ve got a great one planned at All Day Racing! Here’s the schedule:

  • New podcast with Ellis Starr, National Racing Analyst for Equibase. You can follow him on Twitter @ubercapper.  Released on Thursday, August 14.  Find it on the front page or here.
  • “Arlington Million Day” preview!
  • Bob Schless on the pedigrees for the 10 furlong (1 mile and 1/4) Alabama Stakes. That’s as long as the Kentucky Derby!
  • Saratoga Late Pick 4 on Saturday, August 16 by Billy Blake.
  • Del Mar Late Pick 4 on Saturday, August 16 by Jason Landman.

I’m also preparing a detailed guide for Travers Day at Saratoga. Be sure to check back next week!

Image: Paul Kehrer, “Out in Front.” Copyright 2009.

Schedule for July 9 – July 12

Here’s what coming up this week at All Day Racing:

Wednesday, July 9:

On Twitter @alldayracing:  Belmont Park, “The Mid-day Pick 3”, Races 4-6. Post Time: 2:53 P.M. ET

Article:  The Generic Horseplayer Revisited

Thursday, July 10:

On Twitter @alldayracing: Delaware Park, “Late T-bred Double”, Races 6 & 7, featuring Nick Shuk Memorial Stakes (7.5f turf for 3 year olds). Post time, 3:30 ET

Article: The Newcomer’s Guide to the Races

Friday, July 11:

On Twitter @alldayracing:  Belmont Park, “The Late Pick 4”, Race 6-9.  Post time: 5:35 ET

Article:  The Three-Year Old Division

Saturday, July 12:

On Twitter @alldayracing:  Delaware Park, “The Delaware Handicap (G1).”  First post at Delaware is at 1:15 p.m.  PP’s forthcoming.

Article:  Previewing the Delaware Handicap

Good luck with all your wagering this week!


All Day Racing Schedule for June 30 – July 5

An exciting week of races ahead, capped by a terrific day of stakes from New York on Saturday.  A few changes to note.  First, outside of major races, race previews will now appear in their entirety on twitter at  In addition, instead of featuring a single race, I will be focusing on one particular multi-wager sequence that can be played effectively by a recreational player.  This includes daily doubles, Pick 3’s, Pick 4’s, and Pick 5’s.The entire sequence will be previewed and hosted on twitter.

The website will continue to feature essays on handicapping as well as commentary on the sport, as well as previews of significant races.   I’m reworking the tag cloud to provide an easy way into the increasing content of the site.  In addition, a podcast is also set to launch later this week.  This week’s episode features handicapping author, Mark Cramer.  Mark’s books are the seminal works on value and bettor psychology, and are an absolute must for any serious horseplayer.   Mark now lives in Paris, but still keeps an eye on American racing, especially the classics.   We discuss value and recap the Belmont Stakes, among other topics.

I’ll be live on Twitter @alldayracing for the following:

Monday, June 30:  Delaware Park, Late T-bred Double (Turf and 2 year old), Races 6 and 7, Coverage begins 3:15 PM ET.

Wednesday, July 2:  Belmont Park, Turf Sprinting Double (2 6f turf sprints), Races 8 and 9, Coverage begins at 4:40 PM ET.

Thursday, July 3: Belmont Park, Early Pick 4, Races 2 through 5, Coverage begins at 1:30 P.M. ET.

Friday, July 4: Ellis Park, Early Maiden Claiming Double, Races 1 and 2, Coverage begins at 1:35 P.M. ET

Saturday, July 5:  Belmont Park, Stakes Coverage, featuring the Belmont Derby.   Coverage TBA.

All Day Racing Schedule for Week of June 23 – June 28

Here’s the schedule for the week of June 23- June 28 at All Day Racing:

Monday, June 23:  Delaware Park, Race 6, Maiden Claiming $30K, 1 mile 70 yards, Fillies and Mares, 3 and up, Purse: $24K. Coverage begins at 3:15 P.M. ET

Wednesday, June 25: Race of the Day, Belmont Park,  Race 7, 1 Mile. 1st Level Allowance, plus claiming. 3 year old only. Purse: Purse $77K.   Coverage begins at 4:10 P.M. ET.

Thursday, June 26:  Race of the Day, Charles Town Races, Race 6, Allowance for non-winners of three lifetime, 4½ Furlongs. State-bred. Purse: $27K. Coverage begins at 9:00 P.M. ET

Friday, June 27: Race of the Day, Belmont Park, Race 7, 1st level Allowance, 6½ Furlongs. 3 and Up.  State-bred. Purse: $62K. Coverage begins at 5:50 P.M. ET

Saturday, June 28:  IOWA DERBY, Prairie Meadows.  Details to follow later in week.  Let’s kick off the second-half of the season for 3-year olds!  Check out detailed preview available Friday!  Let’s pick up where the Triple Crown left off!  Full coverage of all Stakes on the Prairie Meadows card live on Saturday evening on Twitter.  Don’t make other plans — this is always an exciting night — or at least, bring your smartphone with you!

And, of course, a bunch of other handicapping and racing content on the site and on twitter at @alldayracing!


All Day Racing Broadcast Schedule for 6/16 – 6/20

It’s Maiden Claiming week at All Day Racing!  I’ll be featuring maiden claiming races from different tracks all week long. We’ll start with PA-bred sprinters on Monday, routing $5K claimers from Mountaineer on Wednesday, moved to the turf (weather-permitting) at Belmont on Thursday, and conclude the week with a field of 2-year olds at Lone Star Park on Friday.

Here’s the full schedule:

Monday, June 16:  Presque Isle Downs, 7th race, 6½ Furlongs, Dirt, PA-Bred Maiden Claiming $12.5K, 3 and up, Purse: $13,000.  Coverage begins at 7:40 p.m. ET on @alldayracing on Twitter.

Tuesday, June 17:  No Race of the Day.  The site will be undergoing a server transition. There should be no interruption in service, but no new content will be posted on the site for the day.  I’ll still be active on @alldayracing on Twitter, so be sure to follow there.

Wednesday, June 18:  Mountaineer Racetrack,1st race, 1 Mile, Dirt, Maiden Claiming $5K, 3 and up, Purse: $8.1K. Coverage begins at 6:45 p.m. ET on @alldayracing on Twitter.

Thursday, June 19:  Belmont Park, 5th race, 1 Mile, Inner Turf, Maiden Claiming $40K, 3 and up, Purse $41K. Coverage begins at 3:10 p.m. ET on @alldayracing on Twitter.

Friday, June 20:  Lone Star Park, 6th Race, 5 Furlongs, Maiden Claiming $20K, 2 year olds, Purse $12K. Coverage begins at 9:40 p.m. ET on @alldayracing on Twitter.