Keeneland's dedicated wagering Twitter handle, @BetKeeneland provides on-demand content to horseplayers and a Handicapper of the Day series each race day to benefit the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA).

Tune in as nationally prominent horseplayers participate as guest handicappers with a $200 bankroll to wager over the course of the race day. These handicappers share their picks and analysis with fans online and through @BetKeeneland, with all winnings going to support the TAA.

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Handicapper of the Day

Fall Meet Schedule

These prominent handicappers share their daily analysis as our Handicapper of the Day.

Gabby Gaudet

Oct. 5

On-air racing analyst for the New York Racing Association and its Fox Sports telecasts since 2017. Follow Gabby on Twitter @gabby_gaudet_

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Jeff Siegel

Oct. 6

Analyst and on-air host for the digital racing network XBTV, and one of Southern California’s most respected public handicappers for more than 40 years. Follow him on Twitter @jsiegelracing

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Scott Hazelton

Oct. 7

On-air host and reporter at TVG since 2015, following an 11-year run at HRTV. Follow him on Twitter @ScottTVG.

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Dan Tordjman

Oct. 10

Correspondent for America’s Best Racing and curator of the handicapping site Danonymousracing.com. Tordjman also co-founded the Equestricon convention. Follow him on Twitter @Danonymousman

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Pat Cummings

Oct. 11

Recently appointed executive director of the Thoroughbred Idea Foundation, a think tank created in 2018. Previously head of public affairs for the Hong Kong Jockey Club and director of racing information for Trakus. Follow him on Twitter @PatCummingsTIF

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Candice Hare

Oct. 12

On-air studio host and racing analyst for TVG, specializing in international racing. She joined TVG in 2017 after working with the player development team at Horse Player NOW. Follow her on Twitter @CandiceHare_

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Nick Luck

Oct. 13

One of the world's most well-known racing presenters on television, notably with Channel 4 and Racing UK in England, as well as NBC Sports coverage of the Breeders' Cup and its key preps. Follow him on Twitter @nickluck

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Richard Migliore

Oct. 14

As a jockey, won 4,450 races primarily on the NYRA circuit before retiring in 2010. “The Mig” is a racing and workout analyst for XBTV, lending his insight from the saddle to a new generation of horseplayers and fans. Follow him on Twitter @RichardMigliore.

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Steve Sherack

Oct. 19

Senior editor of Thoroughbred Daily News, joining the publication in 2003. Sherack also has been a handicapper and writer for American Turf Monthly. Follow him on Twitter @SteveSherackTDN

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Tom Law

Oct. 20

Managing editor of ST Publishing's Saratoga Special seasonal newspaper as well as Thisishorseracing.com. Follow him on Twitter @TLSaratoga

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Teresa Genaro

Oct. 21

A Brooklyn, NY English teacher by trade with an extensive career as a freelance horse racing journalist, writing for such publications as Forbes and USA Today while operating her own blogsite Brooklynbackstretch.com since 2007. Follow her on Twitter @BklynBckstretch

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Dan Cronin

Oct. 24

Has been playing the races for nearly five decades and is a mortgage broker and handicapper for his website Fatbaldguyracing.com. Dan's wagers during the Spring Meet netted $704.20 for the TAA. Follow him on Twitter @fatbaldguyracin

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Oct. 25

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Britney Eurton

Oct. 26

A TVG reporter since 2014 and joined the NBC Sports Triple Crown broadcast team in 2018. Follow her on Twitter @BritneyEurton.

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Night School Student

Oct. 27

Night School is the racing industry’s national online fan education and player development, now in its eighth season. A student in the Oct. 9 live Night School class will be chosen to represent the public as our handicapper of the day on closing day. Follow Night School on Twitter @Horseplayernow

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About the TAA

The TAA accredits, inspects and awards grants to approved aftercare organizations to retire, retrain and rehome Thoroughbreds.

In support of its mission to reinvest in the Thoroughbred industry, in 2012 Keeneland helped found the TAA and has donated more than $1.3 million to the organization through its racing and sales.


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