Tag Archives: Horse Racing


Roulette, Action Points, the Crowd, and the Summer Solstice

“They don’t build those big, fancy casinos on winners son” -My father, Norman Wolfe, circa 1984.  Atlantic City, NJ When my dad spoke those words that millions of dads probably say to their sons (and daughters too I assume) every year, I was just a young lad and on the verge of beginning to launch […]


It Breaks My Heart to Say this, but Horseracing’s Triple Crown is a Joke

As proven by this past weekend’s Preakness Stakes in Baltimore, the second leg of horseracing’s Triple Crown in the United States, 2010 will be another year that does not see one horse capture all three races in the series that highlights the 3 year old season and attracts even the most marginal and ill-informed to […]