Nilsen’s Preakness Full-Card Analysis

Rich Nilsen handicapperFull-card Selections for Saturday’s Preakness card (May 18, 2019)

Expert Selections for every race, all 14 included.

Several price plays selected including three longshot selections on top!

Recommended Win wager and exotic wagering plays for the Preakness.  Nilsen has a big bomber in the Preakness, a horse that is being totally overlooked!

Expert Pace Analysis for all 14 races.

Get Rich Nilsen’s analysis of the 2019 FULL-CARD Preakness Stakes.   This has always been one of his favorite days of the year to play.

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Nilsen, an 8-time major tournament winner and 15-time NHC Qualifier, used to work in Maryland under the tutelage of Hall of Fame trainer King Leatherbury.  He knows this circuit well.

Preakness Day Full-card Analysis includes:

Top selection, Contenders, Pace Analysis and recommended wagers for the big race.

All 14 races covered!

Top Horseplayer Marshall Gramm Gambles with Preakness Stakes Entry

Memphis horse racing syndicate led by Rhodes College professor gambles on Preakness Stakes

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Fixed Odds. Free Data. Horse Racing Industry weighs changes to compete with sports gambling

Horse racing weighs changes to compete with sports gambling

The sport has a long tradition of pari-mutuel wagering where the odds fluctuate and nothing is set until the horses leave the starting gate. But with the legalization of sports gambling in the United States and its gradually expanding implementation … [Continue reading]

Man Won Over $600,000 on KY Derby But is Offered $35K Due to Sportsbook’s Cap

Man Who Says He Won $609K on Derby Is Offered $35K Due to Sportsbook’s Cap

This is Why You Play with a Real ADW or Track Dr. Steve Friedlander walked into the Tamarack Junction sportsbook in Reno, Nev., and spent $2,760 on bets for the Kentucky Derby. He put $600 on the No. 8 horse Tacitus to either win, place or show … [Continue reading]

Episode 1 of the Horseplayers Invitational from Hawthorne Race Course

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R.I.P. Tim Conway, aka Jockey Lyle Dorf

The one-and-only Tim Conway passed away today at the age of 85.  He was best known for his role in the Carol Burnett television show, but for those of us in the horse racing industry, he was also jockey Lyle Dorf.  Here is his skit with Johnny … [Continue reading]

AGOS Horses to Watch & Trip Notes – May 10

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Derby ‘Winner’ Maximum Security arrives at Monmouth, pointed to Haskell

Maximum Security arrives at Monmouth, pointed to Haskell

OCEANPORT — A weary Maximum Security arrived Tuesday [May 7] at Monmouth Park, where his trainer plans to race the colt in the $1 million Haskell Invitational in July. The first Kentucky Derby winner disqualified for interference in the race’s … [Continue reading]

Preakness: Win Win Win Possible for Middle Jewel

Preakness Notes: Win Win Win Possible for Middle Jewel

Maybe Maybe Maybe. Live Oak Plantation's Win Win Win is a possible candidate for the 144th Preakness Stakes (G1) May 18 at Pimlico Race Course , trainer Michael Trombetta said May 8. Win Win Win ended up ninth in the Kentucky Derby Presented by … [Continue reading]

Trainer Jason Servis’ Side of the Story – Kentucky Derby DQ

Trainer still furious about Maximum Security DQ in Kentucky Derby; Belmont Stakes next?

OCEANPORT, N.J. — A steady line of horses paraded out of his barn on Wednesday morning, with Jason Servis giving whatever instructions necessary to each exercise rider and then making the short walk to the track to oversee the workouts. In one … [Continue reading]