History says most of the 14 favorites aren’t going to win the 2021 Breeders’ Cup races, meaning there's value in picking some long shots.
The Breeders’ Cup is a glorious two days of horse racing betting: 14 championship races, top horses from around the globe and a chance for a profitable day with just a few exotic wagering scores.
There will be no Triple Crown winner in 2021 but there are plenty of intriguing storylines to watch ahead of Saturday's Belmont Stakes.
From a wagering standpoint, Medina Spirit backers who were rewarded at 12-1 in the Kentucky Derby will have to settle for 2-1 or less in Saturday’s Preakness. That’s not a lot of value.
As sports betting continues to gain favor across the U.S., so does the need for analytical and statistical sports wagering data. Our guide tells you the best sites with the most insightful tools.
Winning at sports betting is fun, exciting and financially rewarding. Paying taxes on those winnings is none of those things, but it’s necessary.
Ever wonder how sportsbooks come up with their point spreads for NFL, NBA and college football games?
The vigorish commonly referred to as “the vig” or “juice” is the amount you pay the house in exchange for the opportunity of placing your bet. Read more to find out how it should impact how you bet.
It’s hard for any horse to win the Kentucky Derby. Looking at the morning-line odds for the 146th Run for the Roses, it may be hard for Tiz to Law to lose it. Check out our expert handicapping of the race!
Everything about this year’s Kentucky Derby is different. The date, its order in the Triple Crown races, and how to handicap it. Here's everything a bettor needs to know about Saturday's 146th Run For The Roses.
The 152nd Belmont Stakes will be one of the most unique in its storied history, run as the first leg of the Triple Crown, at a distance three furlongs shorter than usual, and without a live audience.
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