Lindo Report | Horses are not supposed to do what Justify has accomplished so far in his short career. Horses don’t win the Kentucky Derby without starting out their careers as a 2-year-old. Horses can’t win the Kentucky Derby with just three career starts under their belts.view
Across the Board | Justify, undefeated winner of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness last month, is likely to be a strong odds-on favorite to complete the rare sweep of the American Triple Crown in Saturday’s 150th running of the Belmont Stakes.view
Across the Board | While the gritty Game Magic is not going to race in the Belmont Stakes on June 9 – because he needs rest from his two tough battles with Justify, the same is true for Audible, who finished third in the Kentucky Derby.view
VIP Getting Rich with Saber | A few weeks ago our sports editor Mark Mayer came up with what he called a “Golden Prop” – will both the Golden State Warriors win the NBA championship and the Golden Knights take the Stanley Cup; it was a great idea.view
Lindo Report | Social media continues to have a prominent impact on racing. It was Santa Anita’s turn to listen to public opinion at last Thursday’s California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) meeting following a series of tweets pointing out the inconsistent performance of the California stewards.view
Dinero Talks | Weekend World Cup action didn’t disappoint, unless you were hoping heavyweights would impose their will. Argentina drew with first-time finalist Iceland. The betting favorite to win it all, Brazil, was denied three points by Switzerland after a 1-1 result.
Felix Rappaport, president and CEO of Foxwoods Resort Casino, was found dead on Monday at his personal residence located at the Connecticut casino. A cause of death has not been determined but no foul play is expected according to reports.
VIP Free Preview On the Mark | It pains me to say you have to go way back to the Borscht Belt days of the 1960’s when the Catskills were roaring.
The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation has announced a late June date for the ground breaking on a new Arizona casino project. Construction on the 166,341-square-foot casino will begin late this summer and is expected to be complete by spring 2020.
Mississippi is being tabbed by those following the roll out of legal sports betting in the U.S. as the next state, following Delaware and New Jersey, to begin legal sports betting operations.