This weekend lines up to be a special one.
Wednesday could be more than Hump Day for greyhound racing fans.
The first weekend in May provides a bumper crop of races to wager on and watch.
After several days of intense handicapping – and happily some nice results – it’s time to take it easy and get everyone up to date on the upcoming week.
There’s not much doubt about the focus of the majority of the pari-mutuel players Saturday.
It was quite the opening weekend at Iowa Greyhound Park. Great races, a couple of stakes, nice wagering pools and a few winning tickets.
It took a while, but when she found room, JD No Regrets roared to victory Sunday afternoon at Iowa Greyhound Park.
JW Montego proved once again that once he’s in front, he’s tough to catch.
It’s finally here: Live racing returns Saturday night at Iowa Greyhound Park.
It’s less than a week to the start of live racing at Iowa Greyhound Park.
Preseason schoolers continue at Iowa Greyhound Park.
Preseason schoolers took over Iowa Greyhound Park the past weekend.
It’s been a long time, but the wait will end this weekend.
For greyhound racing fans like me, this is a good sign.
It’s Easter weekend, which means there will be racing, but mainly today and Saturday.
Three dogs that raced at Iowa Greyhound Park last year are on the recently announced National Greyhound Association 2020 All-American team.
Gulfstream sure has a great way to bring on spring.
It’s Monday – here are the upcoming stakes and carryovers.
This weekend has been a year in the making in a sense.
We are at the start of a new week. Here are some items to keep in mind.
I know it’s early – live racing at Iowa Greyhound Park doesn’t start for more than a month.
It is Monday, so let’s start out the week with a look forward.
The Kentucky Derby prep races come in like a lion this weekend.
The Iowa Greyhound Park simulcast lineup will look a little different this week.
It seems there is a long-standing connection between Florida and the fountain of youth.
Here are the larger carryovers and what stakes are scheduled this weekend.
The wintry weather that swept the country last week caused many tracks to cancel racing.
Let’s take a look at the upcoming week.
It’s a given that most weekends thoroughbred tracks host stakes races.
Hope everyone’s football wagers were successful. Here’s the Monday update.
It’s not often tracks adjust their schedules.
Let’s take a look at the carryovers and weekend stakes.
The Kentucky Derby isn’t until May, but the pace of the qualifying races picks up.
It’s time for a look at the carryovers and upcoming stakes.
The lineup of greyhound tracks took a hit Dec. 31 with the end of racing in Florida.
There is more to look forward to this week.
It’s fitting that the Sunshine State will host an event with sunshine in its name.
It’s Monday, time to let you know the upcoming stakes and larger carryovers.
Every year, there seems to be some weekends when there isn’t a lot going on.
Let’s take a look at the carryovers and upcoming stakes.
There has been a lot of football and racing (and some actual work) the past couple of weeks.
Hope everyone had a nice Christmas Day. Our family’s celebration continues today, so
The day after Christmas holds some gifts for horse racing fans.
As we march nearer to the holidays, there is another date to keep in mind.
Here are a few things to keep in mind this week.
After six rounds of qualifying, eight greyhounds will vie for the $100,000 Legacy Grand Championship.
Time for the weekly look ahead.