Chicago, IL --- Harness Night School, the racing industry’s national online fan education program dedicated to the Standardbred set, offers a 13th session Thursday (Oct. 11) at 7 p.m. (EDT), on “Multi-Race Wagering.”
This Thursday night’s topic will focus on picking winners over a sequence of races -- Daily Double, Pick-3, Pick-4, Pick-5, etc.
Gabe Prewitt, executive director of the Kentucky Harness Horsemen’s Association, the race announcer at The Red Mile and Buffalo Raceway, and a racehorse owner himself, serves as the guest panelist.
The interactive chat program will be hosted by T.J. Burkett, executive editor of Hoof Beats, the official magazine of the USTA, Tom Kelley, director of publicity and handicapper for Balmoral Park and Maywood Park and Horse Player NOW’s Joe Kristufek.
Harness Night School is FREE to all users. Set a reminder for Thursday’s session, and enter the chat room here.
Multi-Race Wagering Intro with Joe Kristufek, Tom Kelley and T.J. Burkett Video Link.
Harness Night School Session 13 Study Materials.
Harness Night School is FREE to all fans, and no advanced sign-up is required. The 90-minute classes will be held each Thursday at 7 p.m. (EDT) and continue through the Oct. 25 Breeders Crown Preview. A different handicapping subject will be featured weekly as well as a look at the weekend’s major harness races on the USTA’s Strategic Wagering schedule, and a fun and informative “TK versus TJ” weekly side bet.
Title sponsor for Harness Night School is the United States Trotting Association, in conjunction with presenting sponsor and content provider Daily Racing Form. Harness Night School’s supporting sponsor is Meadowlands Racetrack. Founded by Horse Player NOW’s Joe Kristufek and Jeremy Plonk, the Night School brand has provided fan education courses throughout the racing industry over the past 20 months and has been viewed live or in archives by more than 400,000 racing enthusiasts from newbies to hardcore handicappers.
Harness Night School runs separately from the regular Tuesday editions of Night School. The Harness Night School classes will be available at three websites for the initial season -- www.ustrotting.com, www.drf.com and www.horseplayernow.com. Each week, fans will receive free, downloadable study materials and be eligible to win prizes by simply registering. The courses are free to anyone from any computer.
Following each Thursday night edition of Harness Night School, fans will be directed to www.drf.com for an “After Night School Special” featuring live racing video from top national tracks such as the Meadowlands, Yonkers and Maywood, as well as expert live commentary, interactive fan chats, free giveaways and more. Fans are encouraged to join the e-mail list at www.Horseplayernow.com for updated news.
Oct. 11 (Thursday) 7 p.m. (EDT)-Multi-Race Wagering
Oct. 18 (Thursday) 7 p.m. (EDT)-Qualifiers and Eliminations
Oct. 25 (Thursday) 7 p.m. (EDT)-Money Management
Oct. 27 (Saturday) TBA-Breeders Crown Field Trip