On the occasion of the World Wide Web’s 30th birthday I thought I’d participate beyond liking things on Twitter.

Back by popular demand….

Because it’s one of those Kentucky Derby years…

Two approaches to a similar question illustrate the difference that easily accessible data could make for all of us.

What does the 2016 edition of “Let’s discuss racing data” have to offer? Quite a bit, as it turns out.

It won’t be long before Saratoga will come to a close. Aside from the usual stuff like fuller fields, more challenging handicapping and more “big day” cards, this year presented a new thing to miss when it’s gone.

A conversation on Twitter reminded me of a post that I’ve been meaning to republish here for quite some time. Although it’s too bad the subject is still pertinent!

Young and Talented

While enjoying my customary weekend afternoon of not cashing tickets at Saratoga, I noticed something interesting in my timeline.


It was a spectacular performance by Honor Code and Liam’s Map, and fans of Tonalist should be relieved that he had the fastest final 1/8th.