All parents like to believe their children are special. But horse breeders know better: Progeny can be unique, but for very particular reasons. How to be more honest about your offspring and their ability to finish in the money.
Last year, our correspondent entered a March Madness pool with brackets filled out by his mother, who knows nothing about NCAA men’s basketball. He won. Now it’s time for lightning to strike twice.
Gambling addiction is a simple disease. Living the addiction is a bit more complicated. A chronicle of dependency in seven parts about poker, Lolita, and how to lose $18,000 in 36 hours.
Churchill Downs is like no other sports event, considering sports are barely involved. Our writer attended her first Derby last year with a family of committed fans and survived to tell the tale.
From our series where the clueless apprentice with the experts, we trade at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and try to keep up with the buying and selling of educated speculation.
To help you reverse the failed policies of your previous defensive lines, the presidential candidates offer last-minute fantasy football drafting advice.
Hilton’s latest “be hospitable” campaign has people all over reporting on the good deeds of others. With only 1,000 baht—and a little help from Jeremy Piven—a chance to pay it forward.
It wasn’t long into the nation’s mourning for Barbaro that Broadway’s top producers hatched a plan to preserve his fame. But who knew purgatory was meant for horses?
The nation falls in love with an injured horse and a thousand weepy editorials and get-well cards salute his courage. Now our equine hero responds to his well-wishers via his assistant.
The predictions have been made, the spreads have been laid. So who will reign supreme on Sunday? Anything is possible.
What’s a devout gambler supposed to do when the sports landscape looks so bleak? Why, turn to the current presidential race, naturally. A state-by-state rundown on your best bets.