This one is about some busted beliefs that have turned up after the first two Triple Crown races.
Here is what we have come across during the first two Triple Crown experiences of 2014.
The Belmont Stakes was the big winner on Preakness Saturday.
A rundown of the field for Saturday's 139th Preakness Stakes.
Here are some Triple Crown questions and guesses.
Three things suckered bettors at the Preakness.
Oxbow goes off at 15-1 in the Preakness? Jay Cronley asks, Hadn't anyone (else) been paying attention to the horse's form?
Will Orb's post position draw in Saturday's Preakness cost him the Triple Crown?
Horse racing fans thirst for an end to the Triple Crown drought. Could Orb be the answer to their prayers?
Horse racing is changing fast.
In the Preakness, one of two things can happen ...
How did the Belmont Stakes superfecta pay only $74,000, that's what I'd like to know. Shouldn't it have paid closer to seventy-four-HUNDRED-thousand dollars?
Here are some reasons to revisit the live horse races now and again.
With the Belmont Stakes on deck, here's a decent question: Has horse racing outgrown big cities?
Here's what we should have acknowledged, even learned, from the Preakness Stakes.
Here's what the first two races of the 2011 Triple Crown series have proved: How easy betting football is.