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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Arlington Time!!


This week we are off to Chicago!

This weeks race of the week has the goods up, thanks to the guys at Paceadvantage.

PP's

FAST sheets

Bias Reports

The "Hana Pool Party" is a concept first detailed by HANA members and long time horseplayers, Mike Mayo and Ross Gallo (explained in detail here). In a nutshell, we hope to pool a significant following of horseplayers, and horseplayer money each week, to bet into a specific pool, or track. We hope that the concept can mushroom and raise awareness of horseplayer-centric issues that can make our game a better one to play, and grow the sport of horse racing. No amount of betting is too small, we appreciate every dollar played.

Previous pool parties resulted in a doubling of some pool targets (e.g. Will Rogers and Tampa), and spiked pools at larger tracks in a significant way.

We thank all the organizations which have helped us promote the concept, with free past performances (Trackmaster), selections (Trackmaster and the Perikan Money Sheet), figures (pacefigures.com and thorograph) linking (Equidaily, Paulick, Green But Game, the TBA and many bloggers who are playing each week) and ad networks/chat boards( Hello Race Fans and Paceadvantage.com). I hope we are not forgetting anyone! We love the support and can not do it without you.

Thank you all, and good luck at this weeks race! To handicap the race and discuss and plan future Pool Parties, please join the Handletalks Yahoo group and have a some fun.And don't forget to join HANA here. It's free!

1 comment:

John Hahn said...

I don't know if announcing our presence ahead of time is such a good idea -- haven't the results from most of these races been head-scratchers? Last week's Monmouth result was just ridiculous.

All of our extra wagers make for a nice benefit race for the backstretch folks -- you only need about 4 horses to dog it, and completely screw up the payouts.

Next week, let the players know, but don't tell the track anything until about 5 minutes before the race, and let's see what happens.