Jon Lindo

Gaming Today Jon Lindo

Jon Lindo is a syndicated handicapper, long-time thoroughbred owner, and publisher of the Lindo Report. Jon is also a regular contributor to Race Day Las Vegas Radio show on KSHP 1400 in Las Vegas and Thoroughbred Los Angeles Radio show, heard in Las Vegas at www.thoroughbredla.com.

Twitter: @JonLindo60

Email: JonLindo@gamingtoday.com

Numbers can lie thanks to Pegasus earning structure

Numbers can lie thanks to Pegasus earning structure

posted on February 06, 2018 by

Lindo Report | Sometimes numbers do not tell the real tale. In the $16 million Pegasus World Invitational, the sixth through 12th place finishers were assigned “earnings” of $650,000. The $650,000 was a minimum guaranteed return for running in the race.

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Gulfstream put me in a bad mood

Gulfstream put me in a bad mood

posted on January 30, 2018 by

Lindo Report | I hate when you plan your time to get to an airport at least 90 minutes prior to your scheduled departure and then your plane is delayed.

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Making my choices for Eclipse Awards winners

Making my choices for Eclipse Awards winners

posted on January 23, 2018 by

Lindo Report | It will never be confused with the Grammy’s or the Oscar’s, but the Eclipse Awards honoring the best in thoroughbred racing for 2017 will be announced Thursday evening at Gulfstream Park, and the value to owners and breeders is extremely significant.

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Jacobson full of cash and claiming horses for New York

Jacobson full of cash and claiming horses for New York

posted on January 16, 2018 by

Lindo Report | It appears New York based trainer David Jacobson has brought some marginal stock for disposal to California along with plenty of money to claim and eventually take with him many useful runners back to New York.

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Weather conditions in East drive handle up at Santa Anita

Weather conditions in East drive handle up at Santa Anita

posted on January 09, 2018 by

Lindo Report | The frigid weather along the eastern seaboard has resulted in many cancellations for tracks like Aqueduct, Laurel, and Parx. Horseplayers are like the old post office delivery men, though. They continue to play through rain, sleet, snow, and the even the mean neighborhood dog.

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