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All Day Racing

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All Day Racing Horse Racing

All Day Racing Horse Racing

All Day Racing

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All Day Racing focuses on the incredible depth that this sport provides — on the racetrack, in the backstretch, and at the betting windows. This podcast provides a view the art and science of betting on horses, as well as coverage of key races.

Latest Episodes

Podcast #4: Ellis Starr

I had a great conversation with Ellis Starr, National Racing Analyst for Equibase. He can be found on Twitter @ubercapper. If you’re not following him, you should! We talked about many things related to handicapping. Highlights include: Being involved in the very early days of the internet Art v. Science of Handicapping Changes in the Game Record-keeping Value Confidence v. Arrogance Emotional side of the game Run-outs Trusting yourself Lifetime learning Random Events Revisiting past races Wagering as a science Handicapping by elimination Uncertainty Bell Curve of decision theory Representative races Multi-race strategies

35 MIN2014 AUG 15
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Podcast #4: Ellis Starr

Podcast #3: Molly Jo Rosen

I am joined by Molly Jo Rosen, who first came to my attention as a very sharp visual handicapper. She has a long history throughout the industry, and currently is the product manager of racing for BetAmerica. In the podcast, we discuss: Sky Mesa vs. Smarty Jones: The Secret Confrontation Visual handicapping Liberian Freighter Top winter races at Gulfstream Advice to new players The importance of having a “horse in the race.” The thrill of great finishes and the excitement of the horse race. Horses to watch A picture of Bet America Babe — the 2 year old discussed in the podcast — can be found here. Much more information on Molly Jo Rosen at BetAmerica.com.

31 MIN2014 JUL 29
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Podcast #3: Molly Jo Rosen

Podcast #2: Peter Thomas Fornatale

Joined by Peter Thomas Fornatale, the DRF contest editor, and author of the book “The Winning Contest Player.” Enjoy!

33 MIN2014 JUL 14
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Podcast #2: Peter Thomas Fornatale

Podcast #1: Mark Cramer

In the inaugural edition of the podcast, I sit down with handicapping author Mark Cramer. Starting with a discussion of value, we discuss: Value — What is it? What isn’t it? Belmont Stakes Review False Favorites Making Past Performances Using Data Differently Precision Betting Personalities Skipping races Small-tracks and the joy of the day at the track Handicapping Books by Mark Cramer: Thoroughbred Cycles Scared Money Hidden Probabilities Value Handicapping The Odds on Your Side Please Hold All Tickets Kinky Handicapping Tropical Downs

32 MIN2014 JUL 4
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Podcast #1: Mark Cramer
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Latest Episodes

Podcast #4: Ellis Starr

I had a great conversation with Ellis Starr, National Racing Analyst for Equibase. He can be found on Twitter @ubercapper. If you’re not following him, you should! We talked about many things related to handicapping. Highlights include: Being involved in the very early days of the internet Art v. Science of Handicapping Changes in the Game Record-keeping Value Confidence v. Arrogance Emotional side of the game Run-outs Trusting yourself Lifetime learning Random Events Revisiting past races Wagering as a science Handicapping by elimination Uncertainty Bell Curve of decision theory Representative races Multi-race strategies

35 MIN2014 AUG 15
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Podcast #4: Ellis Starr

Podcast #3: Molly Jo Rosen

I am joined by Molly Jo Rosen, who first came to my attention as a very sharp visual handicapper. She has a long history throughout the industry, and currently is the product manager of racing for BetAmerica. In the podcast, we discuss: Sky Mesa vs. Smarty Jones: The Secret Confrontation Visual handicapping Liberian Freighter Top winter races at Gulfstream Advice to new players The importance of having a “horse in the race.” The thrill of great finishes and the excitement of the horse race. Horses to watch A picture of Bet America Babe — the 2 year old discussed in the podcast — can be found here. Much more information on Molly Jo Rosen at BetAmerica.com.

31 MIN2014 JUL 29
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Podcast #3: Molly Jo Rosen

Podcast #2: Peter Thomas Fornatale

Joined by Peter Thomas Fornatale, the DRF contest editor, and author of the book “The Winning Contest Player.” Enjoy!

33 MIN2014 JUL 14
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Podcast #2: Peter Thomas Fornatale

Podcast #1: Mark Cramer

In the inaugural edition of the podcast, I sit down with handicapping author Mark Cramer. Starting with a discussion of value, we discuss: Value — What is it? What isn’t it? Belmont Stakes Review False Favorites Making Past Performances Using Data Differently Precision Betting Personalities Skipping races Small-tracks and the joy of the day at the track Handicapping Books by Mark Cramer: Thoroughbred Cycles Scared Money Hidden Probabilities Value Handicapping The Odds on Your Side Please Hold All Tickets Kinky Handicapping Tropical Downs

32 MIN2014 JUL 4
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Podcast #1: Mark Cramer
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