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  • MAY 14TH, 2010

    Autism Speaks 400 Betting Preview

    The "Monster Mile" at Dover International Speedway isn't kind to everyone. Bettors should take that into account when handicapping Sunday afternoon's Autism Speaks 400 in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The same drivers tend to succeed year-in, year-out on the 1-mile track. Over the past four races at Dover, the top seven drivers in overall points are Ji.....

  • MAY 7TH, 2010

    NBA Weekend Betting Preview 5/8

    Coming off what head coach Alvin Gentry and point guard Steve Nash both called their finest team performance of the season, the Phoenix Suns are firmly in the driver's seat in their Western Conference semifinal series with the San Antonio Spurs. In position to put a stranglehold on the Spurs, the Suns roll into AT&T Center for Game 3 of their best-.....

  • APRIL 19TH, 2010

    Daily Sports Roundup: April 19

    Today in the Daily Sports Roundup provided by Bet Jamaica home of the true dime MLB betting, join now and get a free $50 free play on top of 20% cash bonus: Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Cavs return to the court for Game 2 vs. the Bulls, the Caps and Habs clash in Game 3 and the Red Sox and Rays finish off a four-game set. Tipping off on the ha.....

  • APRIL 6TH, 2010

    2010 Masters Odds – Tiger Leads The Way

    Tiger Woods is the heavy +350 favorite for The Masters at BroburySports.com, but that’s just a small part of the huge story brewing. Make BroburySports.com your home for Masters action all the way through the Sunday final-pairings. We’ll have odds-to-win and matchups updated every day, so there’s no reason to go anywhere else. Woods hasn’t won this.....

  • MARCH 19TH, 2010

    Florida Derby: Short-priced Horses Dominate Lately

    Favorites in the Florida Derby have dominated in the 21st Century. Eight winners have returned less than $7 on the front end, including five top choices. During the previous decade only one favorite made the Gulfstream Park winner’s circle: High Fly, which paid $2.80. In the past 10 renewals, there have been only two double-digit payoffs, both in fields .....

  • FEBRUARY 16TH, 2010

    Get Me Out Of Here emerges as Dunguib challenger

    Although on official figures he still has plenty to find to threaten the mighty Dunguib in the opening race of the 2010 Cheltenham Festival, Get Me Out Of Here put up a seriously impressive performance when landing the Totesport Trophy Handicap Hurdle under a typically powerful Tony McCoy ride on a tremendous day's racing at Newbury, writes Elliot Slate.....

  • FEBRUARY 12TH, 2010

    Daytona 500 Preview and Pick

    This Sunday 43 of the best stockcar drivers in the world will take the green flag with the 52nd running of the Daytona 500. The Daytona 500, also know as the Great American Race, is the granddaddy of racing events and possibly even more popular than the Indianapolis 500. When the green flag drops on Sunday, there will be 43 drivers racing inches apart at nea.....

  • FEBRUARY 10TH, 2010

    Big Fella on course for National bid

    A return visit to Aintree for the John Smith's Grand National has been top of the agenda for Big Fella Thanks ever since his fine effort in finishing sixth in the race in 2009, writes Elliot Slater. Paul Nicholls' progressive eight-year-old gelding made tremendous strides up the staying chasing ranks last term winning the Sky Bet Chase at Doncast.....

  • FEBRUARY 8TH, 2010

    Kalahari hot for Champion glory

    If, as trainer Ferdy Murphy suggested, Kalahari King was not 100 per cent fit going into last Saturday's big handicap chase at Doncaster, then his rivals for next month's Queen Mother Champion Chase must be wondering if they can cope with this fast improving performer, writes Elliot Slater. Carrying top weight of 11st 12lbs and returning after an absen.....

  • FEBRUARY 4TH, 2010

    Attrition warming up for Cheltenham tilt

    Mouse Morris' 2006 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner War Of Attrition has had his ups and downs in the seasons since his famous victory, but could be returning to Cheltenham with a sporting chance in the Ladbrokes World Hurdle, writes Elliot Slater. Having suffered his share of injuries and being out of action at the peak of his powers for nearly two years, the Pr.....