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Although it’s common practice to see European horses ship over for a shot at winning American high-profile races, American Racing has a number of distinct differences than European flat racing.

In general, American races tend to favour very fast starts, and positioning at the beginning of the race can be a make or break factor, whereas European racing (and turf racing in general) tends to be all about the final furlong or two.

American racing is built primarily around 3 year-olds, who are the only horses able to run in any of the Triple Crown races. The first leg of the Triple Crown is the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs followed by the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico and the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park.

Betting on American racing is a bit different than European wagering and exotic bets are extremely popular in the United States. Pick 4’s, Pick 6’s and superfectas are unique wagers that you generally won’t find on other shores. Additionally, all American racing uses what’s called the pari-mutual system which is, effectively, tote betting

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2017 Travers Stakes Betting Tips PT 4
Irap is another fascinating contender who has put together some really good performances this year and you can expect another solid effort this time out at Saratoga. There is a lot to like about his... Read More
2017 Travers Stakes Betting Tips PT 3
Next up is Good Samaritan, a contender who was a homebred by Winstar Farms and has since been part-owned by China Horse Club. He was able to capture the Jim Dandy Stakes and looked really good doing... Read More
2017 Travers Stakes Betting Tips PT 2
It’s probably going to be factoring into the minds of virtually everybody watching the contest that we saw Arrogate emerge in this race last year - shocking the world at 10/1 and rapidly... Read More
2017 Travers Stakes Betting Tips PT 1
The meet this season at Saratoga has been dogged by the deaths of a number of horses - seventeen at the last count - with most of them coming on the training track in the mornings. Whether this has... Read More
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