One of the most overlooked months of the year for North American facing bookmakers is none other than May, thirty-one action packed days of frenetic gambling.
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Heading into Wednesday's post position designations it has become abundantly clear to those of us at Gambling911.com that there is no clear cut favorite despite I Want Revenge technically having th
As we inch ever so closer to what Gambling911.com is billing as the "Biggest Sports Betting Event of the Year", Friesian Fire's odds to win the 2009 Kentucky Derby sat at respectable sing
It used to be that the online gambling websites wouldn't offer betting odds until after the post up positions were announced for the Kentucky Derby. Even up until last year, nearly half the Inter
As one of the early favorites to win the 2009 Kentucky Derby with odds of +600 (6/1) at SBG Global, Quality Road showed plenty of promise.
The field for the 135th running of the Kentucky Derby Saturday, to be run on May 2, 2009 at Churchill Downs, is limited to 20 horses. Oddsmakers at Bookmaker.com have listed more than 20 horses and there is a good chance that more than 20 will be entered. If this is the case, preference will be given to entrants based on earnings in graded stakes races, according to Bloodhorse.com.
As a 5/1 favorite to win the 2009 Kentucky Derby, Pioneer of the Nile was looking hot early on at Churchill Downs. The horse covered the distance in 1:00.80 during this week's workouts. The time was the fourth-fastest of 19 at the distance over a surface that seemed to be playing slower as the morning wore on.
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A filly has not won the horse betting Kentucky Derby since 1988 but that could change in May if the filly Stardom Bound is entered. Jockey Mike Smith is calling Stardom Bound his "Baby Zenya
Churchill Downs Inc.'s account-wagering business and a slot-machine parlor at one track boosted its sagging racetrack business during the July-September quarter.
Earnings before taxes from expanded gambling at Churchill's Fair Grounds track in New Orleans of $4.38 million nearly outpaced the $4.69 million in earnings from racing operations at its four tracks, two of which raced most of the period.
The Horse of the Year race is down to two horses but not the two you would have thought. Curlin is still in the running for the award but now it is Zenyatta, the unbeaten filly as the other conte
There is still a little bit of time to bet on the 2008 Breeders' Cup Classic.
With the 2008 Breeders' Cup Classic just moments away, there is still time to bet on this event.
"It's been brisk throughout the day," said Payton O'Brien, Gambling911.com Senior Editor, who has been monitoring 2008 Breeders' Cup betting action for a number of days. "Nothing like the Kentucky Derby but when all is said and done we could have a bigger betting event than the Belmont Stakes."
Already there is brisk action being reported by the Gambling911.com crew who are actively monitoring the much ballyhooed 2008 Breeders Cup betting.
Henrythenavigator's odds to win the 2008 Breeders' Cup would pay $600 for every $100 bet at
Curlin's odds to win the 2008 Breeders' Cup were listed at nearly even heading into the big Classic race.
Depending on when you bet the 2008 Breeders' Cup, payout odds can be pretty sweet.
Go Between's 2008 Breeders' Cup betting odds were part of a hodgepodge in the +800 area, meaning a payout of $800 for every $100 bet.
There is reason to be optimistic.
"Go Between is a logical pick, particularly if you like horses that are proven over synthetic surfaces," writes Bill Finley of ESPN.com. "He's gotten a new lease on life since becoming a synthetic specialist and is sure to run his race."
Synthetic specialist had two very good mornings following his arrival from Kentucky earlier this week.
Casino Drive 2008 Breeders' Cup odds have been listed at +800 for an $800 payout on every $100 bet.
As we head into Saturday's 2008 Breeders' Cup Classic, Gambling911.com will be reviewing the latest odds on one of the year's hottest horse races.
Gambling911.com is thrilled to provide its readers with some great 2008 Breeders' Cup predictions courtesy of sites across the Net.
Gambling911.com has been monitoring the 2008 Breeders' Cup betting odds for any significant changes since the odds opened midweek.
Colonel John took a hit, which is actually good news for gamblers who can now get him at +900 compared to opening odds of +600. The payout now would be $900 for every $100 bet at betED.com
Tim Wilkin of the Times Union in Albany had this to report on Colonel John and his lack of respect:
Raven's Pass is a horse that could provide an upset at this year's Breeders' Cup. And the payout would be $700 for every $100 bet.
Weekends in the USA are all about football (both college and the NFL) during the fall months.
Matthew Gooch, 82, has been released from prison nearly 40 years after shooting and killing a man during a home poker game.