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Now that Rachel Alexandra has opted for the September 5 Woodward Stakes to take on older males, can stablemate KENSEI step up and take the Jim Dandy-Travers Double? Will MINE THAT BIRD continue his surprising year by taking the Midsummer Derby? Can QUALITY ROAD stretch out off one 6 1/2-furlong prep and prove he is still the best 3yo in the country. Or, will the Nick Zito-trained newcomer OUR EDGE upset the applecart?
Log on to Brisnet.com now for superior information on the 140th running of the prestigious Shadwell Travers Stakes. There is always a great undercard to bet on, and full-card wagering is available at TwinSpires.com. ESPN will have live coverage of the Travers beginning at 4:30 p.m. ET. Reminder that there is an early post time of 11:45 a.m. ET.
From ALL-Ways software data files to Ultimate PPs to Wizard selections, Brisnet.com has you covered for this great day of racing. Click here for Saturday's reports.
The weekly "Wild, Winning Wednesdays" specials continue for the next three weeks, and next up for race date September 2 is a giveaway of all Quick Play page saver PPs for that date. Save paper, time, and ink with the revolutionary Quick Play PPs which offer most races on only two pages! Print an entire card in under 20 pages, while at the same time, not missing out on many of the great value-added ratings from BRIS.
Visit us online each week for an exciting, new giveaway with "Wild, Winning Wednesdays" at Brisnet.com, now through Sept. 16.
How do I take advantage?
There will be a link from the homepage at Brisnet.com. This will take you to a special page announcing the giveaway for the day's races. The free product(s) may be for Wednesday's races or race cards later that same week.
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One solid piece of handicapping advice is to never bet against a legitimate favorite. Another solid piece of handicapping advice is to “never” bet on a legitimate favorite. What? That’s right. In almost every case, it is best to pass the race than to bet on or to bet against a legitimate favorite. The key to successful handicapping is to identify, in advance, the two out of three races that are not won by the crowd favorite and to identify the two non-favorite horses most likely to beat the favorite. This article will be a big help in this area as it includes solid ideas to help you classify a favorite as legitimate, vulnerable or false.
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