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Best Ed DeRosa podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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Live racing returns to Churchill Downs on Saturday, May 16, with full fields of horses from throughout the country and in various stages of their form cycles. To help handicappers make sense of what trends might develop and how to wager accordingly, Brisnet's Ed DeRosa welcomes clocker Bruno DeJulio to the TwinSpires How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast…
 
Oaklawn Park closes its 2020 meeting with a reconstituted Racing Festival of the South, featuring split divisions of the Arkansas Derby worth $500,000 and 170 Kentucky Derby qualifying points each plus the Oaklawn Handicap and Fantasy Stakes (Friday). Racing analyst Joe Kristufek joins Brisnet's Ed DeRosa to discuss wagering on Oaklawn in general a…
 
When Lemon Water won the 2nd race on Wednesday, April 8, at Tampa Bay Downs at 44-to-1, many questioned how anyone could have used the previously 0-for-19 filly, but for Predicteform users it was as easy as NPT. NPT stands for New Pace Top, which is one of the most powerful form cycles Predicteform recognizes using its proprietary pace figures. Pre…
 
Gulfstream Park kicked its biggest day up a notch, as the Saturday, March 28, card not only includes the $750,000 Curlin Florida Derby but also an all-stakes Pick 6 with a mandatory payout of the nearly $2M carryover with an expected pool of more than $10M! BetAmerica's Scott Shapiro joins Brisnet's Ed DeRosa on the TwinSpires How To Bet Horse Raci…
 
The 2020 Kentucky Derby is now September 5, but that does not change the make up of part 2 of the Championship Series, as the first 100-points-to-the-winner race is Saturday at Fair Grounds: The $1-million TwinSpires Louisiana Derby! Grant LaGrange of Fair Grounds joins Ed DeRosa to discuss the overflow field, including a look at each horse in the …
 
A pair of Kentucky Derby prep races are on Saturday, March 14, and the action in the 6 o'clock (Eastern) hour includes the Rebel Stakes at Oaklawn Park and the Jeff Ruby Steaks at Turfway Park (click each race name for FREE Ultimate PPs; click each track name for all Brisnet handicapping reports). Predicteform's Danny Zucker joins Ed DeRosa to disc…
 
The biggest weekend on the 2020 Kentucky Derby trail is upon us with a trio of 50-points-to-the-winner races plus the penultimate Future Wager. OptixEQ's Emily Gullikson joins Brisnet's Ed DeRosa on the How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast presented by TwinSpires to discuss the trio of pres, and as Brisnet's Southern California handicapper, Gullikson of…
 
The Triple Crown trail resumes Saturday, Feb. 29, with the Fountain of Youth Stakes at Gulfstream Park--the third 50-points-to-the-winner race within the Kentucky Derby Championship Series. Compelling storylines and handicapping variables abound, starting with Dennis' Moment at 2-to-1 (morning line) in his three-year-old debut after an odds on disa…
 
The Kentucky Derby Championship Series begins Saturday at Fair Grounds with the Risen Star Stakes, which was so popular that it split into divisions with each offering 50 points to the winner. To help handicap these competitive fields, Danny Zucker of Predicteform joins Ed DeRosa on the TwinSpires How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast. Both Danny and Ed …
 
The penultimate 10-points-to-the-winner Kentucky Derby prep race is Saturday, Feb. 8, when Tampa Bay Downs plays host to the Sam F. Davis Stakes. Undefeated multiple stakes winner Independence Hall looks to join Tiz the Law and Thousand Words as the only winners of multiple Derby Points races, but Ed DeRosa's guest this week, Gus Alonso, thinks a N…
 
The Kentucky Derby Prep Season continues on Saturday, February 1, with a tri0 of 10-points-to-the-winner races, and Brian DiDonato of Thoroughbred Daily News joins Ed DeRosa to discuss them ahead of week 1 of the Brisnet Triple Crown Throwdown. Brian and Ed discuss the Holy Bull at Gulfstream, the Withers at Aqueduct, and the Robert Lewis at Santa …
 
Oaklawn Park opens its 2020 meeting on Friday, January 24, and the headline event is the Smarty Jones Stakes for Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve hopefuls. Emily Gullikson of Optix and Daily Selections joins Ed DeRosa to discuss this race as well as general handicapping thoughts for attacking the competitive Oaklawn meeting. For FREE Ul…
 
National Handicapping Championship winner and Louisiana-based handicapper Michael "The Champ" Beychok joins Ed DeRosa to discuss the Lecomte Stakes, which kicks off Fair Grounds' Road to the Louisiana Derby. Drawing a full field of 14, the Lecomte anchors a 13-race card on Saturday at Fair Grounds that features an all-stakes Pick 4 to close the car…
 
Fresh off giving out a $6,384 Pick 6 score on a $120 ticket in his Brisnet Spotlight Selections, handicapper Gus Alonso joins Ed DeRosa to discuss handicapping winter meetings with special attention to Gulfstream Park, which features a graded stakes quartet on Saturday, Dec. 14. The pair also touch on potential stars for the 2020 racing season, inc…
 
One of the largest Pick 5 pools in North American wagering history is likely to await bettors on Wednesday, November 20, at Churchill Downs where a $119,514.12 carryover could help push the hump day sequence over $1-million. Post time for the 10-race card is 1p ET with the Pick 5 beginning with race 6 at 3:36 (there are also carryovers in the jackp…
 
The Kentucky Derby superfecta and the Breeders' Cup Pick 6 are the two wagers almost every bettor targets with the thought of a potential life-changing score. This year's Pick 6 on Breeders' Cup Saturday begins with the Filly & Mare Turf and concludes with the Classic with hurdles and landmines throughout. Vegas Sports Information Network's Ron Fla…
 
No, not "Who will win" but the answers to these questions can help us figure that out! Churchill Downs Inc.'s senior director of wagering information Jim Mulvihill hosts How To Bet Horse Racing's Ed DeRosa on a lightening round of sorts regarding favorites to play, favorites to avoid, and how to mix those opinions into a flavorful multi-wagering st…
 
Contender past performances for all 14 Breeders' Cup races are now available at Brisnet for the World Championships Nov. 1-2 at Santa Anita Park. How do sharp handicappers use this information 3 weeks out from one of Thoroughbred racing's premiere events? To help answer that question, host Ed DeRosa welcomes in Mike "Saratoga Slim" Specter, the Rac…
 
The Shadwell Turf Mile is one of five Grade 1 races on opening weekend at Keeneland Race Course, and a full field of 14 is expected since the race attracted 16 entrants. Brisnet's Vance Hanson joins How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast host Ed DeRosa to discuss this competitive group, including how the European shippers fit, how the public will bet this…
 
Santa Anita Park opens its Breeders' Cup meeting on Friday, Sept. 27, and with it a pair of Grade 1 stakes races for two-year-olds that serve as final preps for the Breeders' Cup Juvenile and Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies as well as points races for the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks, respectively. Emily Gullikson joins Ed DeRosa on the How To B…
 
Opening weekend of the Churchill Downs September meeting means the beginning of the 2020 Kentucky Derby & Oaks points series with the Iroquois and Pocahontas, respectively, on Saturday beneath the Twin Spires. Also beginning is season 3 of the How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast with new sponsor TwinSpires! James Scully joins host Ed DeRosa to discuss …
 
The Runhappy meeting at Kentucky Downs plays host to Kentucky Cup day on Saturday, Sept. 7, and the 10-race card features a quintet of stakes that make up the late Pick 5. Ed DeRosa welcomes Byron King of Kentucky Downs publicity to the How to Bet Horse Racing Podcast to discuss this challenging sequence. The pair also touch on making the morning l…
 
One of North America's premiere race meetings commences Saturday, August 31, when Kentucky Downs begins its 5-day meeting featuring all turf for the horses and low takeout for the horseplayer. Ed DeRosa welcomes Joe Kristufek to the How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast to discuss handicapping (and wagering on) these lucrative races, including jockey ang…
 
What this year's Travers Stakes lacks in Grade 1 star power it makes up for in betting intrigue, as the "Midsummer Derby" attracted 12 runners in a race that is sure to reward those with correct convictions. To help make sense of this attractive betting proposition, Ed DeRosa welcomes Danny Zucker of Predicteform.com to the How To Bet Horse Racing …
 
The $1-million Pacific Classic Stakes on Saturday at Del Mar looks to be one of the most competitive in the older male division so far this year, as it attracted 10 entries, which would make it only the 2nd race in the handicap division to feature at least 10 starters (the Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park is the only one so far). To help handic…
 
Arlington International Race Course gets the spotlight on Saturday, August 10, as the Crown Jewel of the Midwest Turf plays host to a trio of Grade 1 races as part of its International Festival of Racing. To help bettors handicapping this challenging day of racing that includes 5 maiden races and 5 stakes, Ed DeRosa welcomes Brisnet.com handicapper…
 
It's Arlington Million week in Chicagoland, and who better to discuss handicapping Arlington International Racecourse's biggest week of racing than Equibase chartcaller and Chicago-area blogger Nicolle Neulist AKA @RogueClown? Nobody, that's who, which is why Nicolle is Ed's guest on the How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast. Ed & Nicolle discuss trends …
 
An extra dark day each week at Saratoga got you down? Well, fear not for Monday, July 29, as Ellis Park scheduled a special make-up day of racing. The 8-race card begins at 1:50p ET, and to help you navigate the lucrative multi-race sequences, Ed DeRosa welcomes Ellis analyst Robert O'Connor III aka Rocco aka Lil Roc. The pair go through each race …
 
The three-year-olds' second season begins in earnest this weekend, as Monmouth Park plays host to the Haskell Invitational, and Saratoga Race Course has the Coaching Club American Oaks for fillies. Danny Zucker joins Ed DeRosa to discuss how to bet these Grade 1 events, including an emerging Predicteform.com pattern that could auger well for Mucho …
 
Few things in horse racing are more satisfying than saying "I had it!" while everyone else is ripping tickets, and at no track is that more gratifying than the Graveyard of Champions, Saratoga Race Course. Dave "Huddie" Hudson joins the How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast to discuss longshot angles for North America's most prestigious race meeting. The…
 
There is a $46,480 Pick 5 carryover on races 4-8 (i.e. the late Pick 5) on Thursday, July 4, at Arlington International Racecourse, and to help you navigate this sequence, Ed DeRosa welcomes Arlington on-air analyst Noel Michaels to the How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast. For FREE Brisnet.com premium past performances for all of the Arlington card, CL…
 
If nobody Picks 6 on Friday, June 29, at Churchill Downs, then there will be at least $325,000 in free money up for grabs on the closing day, June 29, card. Even if someone does solve the Single 6 riddle on the penultimate day of racing, there is still a mandatory payout Pick 6. If the jackpot survives Friday, though, then Saturday's pool could eas…
 
The Queen's Plate is Saturday, June 29, at Woodbine, and the How To Bet Horse Racing podcast takes an early look at the prospective field of 14 with horse-by-horse analysis from OptixEQ.com and Brisnet.com's Emilly Gullikson. For Woodbine handicapping reports, CLICK HERE. For Emily's full-card selections for Queen's Plate day at Woodbine, CLICK HER…
 
Danny Zucker of Predicteform.com returns to the How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast to discuss the 2019 Belmont Stakes, and both he and host Ed DeRosa have their eyes on beating the favorites and bucking the recent pace dynamic trend by going with a couple closers. Danny and Ed go through the Belmont Stakes field horse by horse and discuss why they lan…
 
It's Belmont Stakes week, and who better to set the table for a stakes-laden Festival of Racing than Anthony Stabile, the New York Racing Association and Horse Racing Radio Network personality who has earned the nickname The Beast of the Belmont for his prowess in handicapping the Test of the Champion. Normally joined by Ed DeRosa on the Brisnet.co…
 
Penn National Race Course's marquee race is the Penn Mile, which headlines a marquee card in Central Pennsylvania featuring MATCH Series races and a trio of 15% takeout Pick 4s. Former Turf writing adversaries Ed DeRosa (of Thoroughbred Times) and Tom Lamarra (of Blood Horse) have moved on in their careers and join forces to handicap the Penn Mile …
 
Preakness Stakes week at Pimlico Race Course means more than just the Preakness race, as there is a bevy of added money action on both Friday and Saturday at Old Hilltop. To help you navigate these big days of racing, Ed DeRosa welcomes John Scheinman to the BetAmerica.com Radio Network How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast. Scheinman is a Maryland-based…
 
Part of the Preakness Stakes handicapping puzzle is looking back at the Kentucky Derby, but with several "new shooter" contenders in this year's group there are more pieces than ever before to try to fit together. Professional handicapper Emily Gullickson of OptixEQ and Brisnet.com Daily Selections joins host Ed DeRosa to discuss this year's prospe…
 
No Omaha Beach? No problem for Ed DeRosa and Scott Shapiro, who discuss how they're betting America's most famous horse race, the Kentucky Derby. Ed & Scott are fans of trying to hit the Derby super, but they discuss strategy for various types of bets, and how they will employ that strategy around their key horses. Ed is swinging for the fences whi…
 
The most common question when handicapping the Kentucky Derby after "Who do you like" is "Can he get the distance?" A horse's pedigree is often used to help identify horses with a potential ability for 1 1/4 miles on dirt, but it can provide many other clues to a horse's demeanor and aptitude for the demanding classic race. David M. Miller joins Ed…
 
One of Brisnet.com's most anticipated Kentucky Derby reports is Kerry Thomas's and Pete Denk's Patterns of Motion Analysis for all Derby entrants. Denk joins Ed DeRosa's How To Bet Horse Racing podcast to discuss the Herd Dynamics approach to bloodstock and handicapping. The former Thoroughbred Times coworkers discuss the history of the report and …
 
We're inside 3 weeks until the Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve, which means daily updates dissecting every data point imaginable about the greatest two minutes in sports. It's all useful in some way, but time is money so focusing on what's important to the bottom line is a key part of enjoying the next few weeks. Joe Kristufek of Churc…
 
And then there were 2! The final points races on the Road to the Kentucky Derby are on Saturday, April 13, led by the $1-million Arkansas Derby at Oaklawn Park and supported by the Stonestreet Lexington Stakes at Keeneland Race Course (click each race name for FREE Brisnet.com PPs & on each track name for all handicapping reports)! Vance Hanson joi…
 
It's the busiest weekend on the Road to the Kentucky Derby, and the BetAmerica.com Radio Network How To Bet Horse Racing has you covered, as handicapper Gus Alonso joins Ed DeRosa to analyze the three points races: the Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland, the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct, and the Santa Anita Derby at Santa Anita Park. For FREE Brisnet.com …
 
The Kentucky Derby favorite could come from the Florida Derby, as Hidden Scroll looks to rebound from his fourth-place behind Code of Honor and Bourbon War in the Fountain of Youth, Maximum Security looks to breakout in his stakes debut, and Harvey Wallbanger is out to prove his Holy Bull was no fluke. All that plus Current's return to dirt, and th…
 
How to bet the Louisiana Derby depends on what you think of War of Will, the Lecomte-Risen Star winner looking to join International Star as the only horse to sweep Fair Grounds' Kentucky Derby points series. The War Front colt closed as the 12.5-to-1 third choice in Kentucky Derby Future Wager 3, and a win in this race would likely guarantee he is…
 
What was to have been the $1-million Rebel Stakes with 85 Kentucky Derby points up for grabs is now a pair of $750,000 Rebel Stakes worth 63.75 each, including 37.5 to the winners. And the extra race, money, and points attracted some extra good horses, including a pair of undefeated two-year-olds from Racing Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert making …
 
No San Felipe Stakes? No problem! It's still a huge weekend on the Kentucky Derby trail with the Gotham Stakes, Tampa Bay Derby, and Jeff Ruby Steaks all offering lucrative points to the First Saturday in May. Emily Gullikson of OptixEQ joins Ed DeRosa to discuss handicapping the Tampa Bay Derby and Gotham Stakes as well as how to watch races for c…
 
The Kentucky Derby Championship Series continues with the Fountain of Youth Stakes on Saturday at Gulfstream Park, and it's a doozy of a race with 11 Triple Crown hopefuls entered, including hot maiden Hidden Scroll making just the second start of his career and last year's Nashua Stakes winner Vekoma making his three-year-old debut. For FREE Brisn…
 
With an "off" week on the Kentucky Derby trail, the How To Bet Horse Racing podcast shifts to some evergreen content as BetAmerica's Ed DeRosa welcomes clocker Bruno DeJulio to the show. Also an accomplished breeder, owner, and sales consultant, DeJulio is most known for his With The Works workout report that is available daily at Brisnet.com. He j…
 
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