Racebook The Place To Be This Weekend

Another busy weekend of horse racing awaits punters this Saturday through holiday Monday in the Canterbury Racebook.  Belmont Park has four grade 1 races Saturday and a grade 2. The grade 1 events are Breeders’ Cup Win and You’re In races. On Sunday the New York racetrack conducts a pair of grade 3s with one being a Win and You’re In.

Keeneland enters its second week of the Fall meet with a pair of graded races Saturday, both likely to produce Breeders’ Cup contenders.

On Monday, several major tracks will race including Gulfstream West, Belmont, Monmouth and Santa Anita. See below with news about Happy Hour Monday specials.

Saturday, October 10

$250,000 Champagne Stakes (G1) BC      Belmont               2yo         8f            Dirt

$250,000 Flower Bowl (G1T) BC            Belmont     3&up f/m            10f          Turf

$250,000 Frizette Stakes (G1) BC               Belmont                               2yo f      8f            Dirt

$250,000 Jockey Club Gold Cup (G1) BC  Belmont                               3&up     10f          Dirt

$150,000 Sands Point Stakes (G2T)           Belmont                               3yo f      8f            Turf

$200,000 Hagyard Fayette Stakes (G2)    Keeneland                          3&up     9f            Dirt

$500,000 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup (G1T)              Keeneland          3yo f      9f            Turf

$150,000 Monmouth Stakes (G3T)           Meadowlands                   3&up     9f            Turf

Sunday, October 11

$100,000 Futurity Stakes (G3T) BC                Belmont           2yo         6f            Turf

$100,000 Matron S (G3T)                              Belmont   2yo f       6f       Turf

Canterbury Park Racebook Line Up for Monday, October 12 — Columbus Day

11:00 AM Gulfstream West

11:50 AM Belmont Park

11:50 AM Monmouth Park

11:55 AM Parx

12:10 PM Finger Lakes

12:15 PM Delaware Park

1:15 PM Indiana Grand

2:00 PM Zia Park

2:30 PM Santa Anita

6:00 PM Mountaineer

6:00 PM Mohawk Park (H)

Handicapper of the Year Far From Decided

Shaun Rau won the weekly NHC Qualifier Super Satellite last weekend, earning an entry to the Dec. 19 final contest but also one Handicapper of the Year point which gives him the lead over Ron Hafner and Josh Taarud. Ray Hassan is two behind Rau with Rick Dahl, Pamela Kight and Dean Carleton all three points back.

With a point awarded each week in the NHC Super, another for the overall best score come Dec. 12, In The Money Contest beginning Nov. 16, and a special Crack the Cup Breeders’ Cup Contest Nov. 6 and 7 that awards a total of three points, there is ample opportunity for any player within range. The Handicapper of the Year is awarded to the player that earns the most points via handicapping contests that run throughout the year. These contests include the pay-to-enter events but also the free contest like the Road to Kentucky weekly marathon. The winner receives $2,000.  The next session of the NHC Qualifier Super Satellites begins Thursday.

Happy Hour at Paddock Pub

Enjoy Happy Hour at the Paddock Pub in the Racebook All Day Monday through Thursdays.

$1 off all beer.

Happy Hour specials subject to change. Valid at the Paddock Pub on 3rd Level only.

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