Wrangler Racing Aces Visits

Learn handicapping with the Racing Aces at Indiana Grand and Delta Downs!

Learn handicapping with the Racing Aces!

Want to learn how to win money? The Wrangler Racing Aces are here to help!
 
Denis Blake will be onsite at Indiana Grand Race Course in Shelbyville, Indiana and Martha Claussen will visit Delta Downs in Vinton, Louisiana on Saturday, July 8.

Handicapping is the art of wagering on horse races, and top handicappers can make money wagering on horses.
 
The Wrangler Racing Aces are experienced American Quarter Horse and Thoroughbred handicappers, racing writers and publicists, and want to help people learn how to handicap. The Wrangler Racing Aces program is sponsored by the American Quarter Horse Association.

Blake will make an appearance for the second All Quarter Horse night of the 2017 Indiana Grand racing season. He will join racing analyst Rachel McLaughlin for the evening’s televised preview show to offer analysis of the entire card.  Indiana Grand will present two stakes: the $50,000 Indiana Grand QHRAI Derby and the $40,000 Bradford Stakes as well as trials for the $50,000 Heartland Futurity $100,000 Blue River Derby. Blake will be trackside throughout the evening with racing handouts and tip sheets, giveaway items and one-on-one handicapping help. Blake will also distribute FREE $2 betting vouchers, courtesy of the QHRAI, while supplies last.
 
Delta Downs will close out its 46-day Quarter Horse racing season on July night with Louisiana Showcase Night, featuring eight stakes race, including the rich Lee Berwick Futurity (RG1).  Claussen and track announcer Don Stevens will offer analysis of each of the races, and she will conduct post-race interviews and drawings for two LQHBA Scholarship recipients. For new fans, there will be a free tip sheet, handicapping materials and giveaway items, courtesy of AQHA. Throughout the evening, Claussen looks forward to meeting fans and answering any questions about Quarter Horse racing and how to place a wager. 

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