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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Thorofan Handicappers’ Corner: Another TBA Collaboration

Today is the unveiling of a collaboration between the fan group ThoroFan and the Thoroughbred Bloggers Alliance. For several weeks, we have been working with Michael Amo and Niki Rowe over at ThoroFan to put together a handicapping page for their members via weekly educational posts on the Race of the Week. The web page is sponsored by the Thoroughbred Bloggers Alliance and is yet another way our members and group is trying to spread the word about the great sport of horse racing. Every week a handicapper from the TBA will handicap the Race of the Week and post his/her thoughts on a handicapping angle for the novice bettor. The first post was by yours truly on today’s Sunland Derby and can be found at the ThoroFan Handicappers’ Corner. I even plugged the NTRA webcast (no, I haven’t been taking anything). Also, on the ThoroFan homepage is a nice historical piece on the Sunland Derby from Allan Carter, a ThoroFan Board Member, and the Historian of the National Museum of Racing in Saratoga Springs.

ThoroFan's Mission is very much aligned with that of the TBA, which makes this collaboration work. The mission of ThoroFan is as follows: "The mission of the Thoroughbred Racing Fan Association, Inc. is to foster the growth of the thoroughbred racing industry by providing racing fans with an organization that will actively support their interests."

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Good luck with the Sunland Derby today and thanks for reading.

1 Comment:

Kevin Stafford said...

This sounds awesome - looking forward to see how far this goes. General rule of thumb would be to advise the public to play against any horse I support (only kidding). :-)


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