We were all about horse racing on the Tuesday March 31 edition of BangTheBook Radio. Host Adam Burke talked for the length of the program with Brian Blessing of Sportsbook Radio and Vegas Hockey Hotline to talk about the ponies, what you want to get out of the racing form, and a breakdown of a Wednesday race at Tampa Bay Downs.
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Horse racing has become the flavor of the month with all other sports down for the count, but Brian Blessing has been betting horses every day for a very long time and we’re lucky to have his expertise on BangTheBook Radio. Host Adam Burke had Brian on the show to help with some more horse tips, including some tips on how to read the form.
The guys focused in on Race 8 at Tampa Bay Downs for Wednesday April 1, which you can follow along with at this link. Adam and Brian talked about some different elements of the race, going from dirt to turf, and what to look for in terms of the class and strength of past race fields.
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