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May

20
Belmont Stakes to Run June 20 as First Leg of Triple Crown

The 2020 Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park in New York has been postponed by two weeks from Saturday, June 6 to Saturday, June 20 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s edition of the race will be 1 1/8-miles (9 furlongs) instead of its traditional 1 1/2-miles. There will be no audiences. “The 152nd running of the Belmont Stakes will be run at a distance of 1 1/8-miles to properly account for the schedule adjustments to the Triple Crown series and overall calendar for 3-year-olds in training,” the New York Racing Association said in a statement. NBC Sports will broadcast the […]

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April

14
Charles Fipke gives small breeders relief by waiving fees for seven stallions

Owner and breeder Charles Fipke will be waiving the 2020 breeding fees on all his stallions in order to provide some help to small breeders who could be particularly hard-hit by the economic drop from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, according to longtime consultant Sid Fernando. “What can I say? Small breeders will especially be affected by the economic conditions, and they are the backbone of this industry,” Fipke said in statement. “None of my stallions stand for more than $5,000, and they are primarily supported by small breeders. Because I own my stallions outright and don’t have shareholder responsibilities, I […]

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March

31
Strange times for rookie trainer O’brien as debut season takes unexpected twist

Nothing is normal anymore. Everything seems bizarre, but it was always going to be bizarre for 21-year-old Donnacha O’Brien who is getting to grips with his first season as a fully-fledged trainer.  O’Brien had been hoping to get some of his forward juveniles out in the coming weeks, but he has had to be patient and back off them in the current climate. Plans for his undefeated stable star Fancy Blue are up in the air too.  “It is strange, very strange. But, to be perfectly honest, everything was always going to be strange for me. I’m not doing anything […]

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March

24
Charles Town stops racing until further notice due to coronavirus

With a stroke of his pen March 23, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R) ordered closed all non-essential businesses in the Mountain State – including racetracks. That will force Charles Town Races to close, meaning no racetrack in the Mid-Atlantic is now operating. “It’s important that all of us understand the magnitude of this situation today,” Justice stated of the COVID-19 emergency in announcing the order. “The magnitude is unbelievable. It’s the biggest event for any living person in the United States today, period.” Justice had previously ordered the closure of restaurants, bars, and casinos in the state, but Charles […]

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the pizza man horse

February

05
The Pizza Man set to deliver in Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap

(espn.go.com) – The Pizza Man made a lot of dough last year in becoming an Eclipse Award finalist in the older-male turf division. On Saturday, the homebred gelding embarks on what owner Richard Papiese hopes will be another huge year when making his 7-year-old debut as the 122-pound highweight and solid favorite in the 34th running of the Grade 1 Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap. “He’s a beast,” said Papiese, the Chicago-based businessman who with his wife, Karen, owns Midwest Thoroughbreds, the leading owner in North America by wins in each of the last six years (2010-15). Looking for the best […]

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Poker Etiquette Rules

September

24
8 Poker Etiquette Rules

Enjoy the experience of betting at Heritage Sports! These basic poker rules of good behavior make sure the game is fair and runs smoothly, no matter what kind of game you’re playing. Don’t Play Out of Turn While you may be so excited about how good your hand is you can hardly wait to raise the pot, you have to wait until it’s your turn to do so. Same goes for folding hands you can’t wait to get away from. If you jump the gun, it gives other players information they shouldn’t have before they make their own decision and […]

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Horse Racing Straight Bets

September

22
Horse Racing Straight Bets – Win, Place, And Show

Enjoy the experience of betting at Heritage Sports! Win, place and show betting are the most basic bets to make.At the track or simulcast facility, you will see win odds posted on the tote board. To estimate how much your selection will pay for a $2.00 win bet, just double the odds and add $2.00.For example, a horse going off at 2/1 win odds would pay 2 x 2 = $4.00 + $2.00 = $6.00 for a $2.00 wager. Win: The simplest bet you can make on a horse race. A Win bet is an attempt to predict the horse that […]

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Texas Holdem

September

18
Texas Holdem Dominated Hands

Enjoy the experience of betting at Heritage Sports! Learn a few hands in Texas Hold’em that are second best and could cost you a lot of chips. Second best and dominated hands are good to stay away from. A hand is dominated by another hand if there are three or fewer cards that improve the dominated hand enough to beat the hand that is dominating. Interestingly–when the dominated hand does hit one of those outs they usually switch places and become the dominating hand (as the previously best hand now has 3 or fewer outs to beat the new best hand. Looking […]

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Horse Racing

September

11
How To Begging Betting On Horse Racing

Enjoy the experience of betting at Heritage Sports! Horse racing is a fabulous sport and one enjoyed by millions of people all over the world. Racing takes place almost every day of the year in one country or another and many race meetings attract big crowds and betting on horse racing makes watching it an even better experience If you’re a beginner to horse racing there is much you will need to learn. Horseracing has a rhythm, intensity and language like no other sport. One of the first things you need to do,if you are heading to the track for […]

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June

09
Brian Toomey returns to horse racing

Check our rules and enjoy of sport betting at Heritage Sports! (bbc.co.uk) – Brian Toomey, 26, suffered severe head injuries in 2013 when his horse fell at Perth racecourse. He had been given just a 3% chance of survival and spent 157 nights in hospital but, almost two years after the accident, he has been relicensed. Looking or the best betting sites? Heritage Sport is the best online betting site the join us and get ready to win prizes. Toomey, who has ridden 49 winners since 2008, was initially placed in an induced coma before undergoing surgery to remove part […]

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