Now that the Belmont is over, I will be updating everything on all of the pages. Just give me a little bit of time. I threw together many of the things as quick as I could just to get things going but now I need to get each section the way it was meant to be.
On the "Racing Schedule" tab, there will be a dropdown for each month and all Graded stakes races will be there, not just the Breeders Win and Your In races, along with a link for the track itself.
On "The Races" tab, everything will be updated for the Spotlight race. There is a chance that I may change the first Spotlight race from the Stephen Foster to a different one because I want to make sure that we use the best upcoming race with the best advantages that we could possibly have. I just need to dig a bit more to make sure.
I have been working on an article which is geared towards understanding the numbers, the mares numbers, etc. It will be the first in a long line of many to come.
A "new" friend of mine, Let it Ride, is working hard on putting some race results charts together along with all of the mare and chef dosage numbers for the Churchill Breeders Dirt races. A huge help!
You will begin to understand that working on a race in this Club does not begin when Past Performance sheets come out. It begins months before but the work is worth it. Just to give you an idea, the work and preparation for the 2019 Kentucky Derby will begin as early as September of this year. So if you do not see something new here everyday, it is because research needs to first take place and then it all starts to come out.
If I spend a week combing through past performances for a race and find nothing of value, then I will toss the race in favor of another. This is why I may or may not work on handicapping the Stephen Foster. If there is no discernible advantage for the colt, then there certainly is no discernible advantage for us and we move along to another. You will find that this approach will do wonders for your wallet!
So, again, to all of you who joined up here at the early stages, thank you. We are getting there.