A discussion of the most interesting races every Saturday between Scott Carson, Chris Larmey, and special guests.
Nov 27, 2020 - Late Pick 5 Del Mar w Guest Christopher Ado
Scott and Chris are joined by handicapper Christopher Ado to handicap the Late Pick 5 at Del Mar on Saturday, Nov 28, 2020.
Nov 20, 2020 - Late Pick 5 from Woodbine w Tommy Massis
Scott and Chris are joined by live bankroll legend Tommy “The Hammer” Massis to handicap the Late Pick 5 at Woodbine on Saturday, Nov 21, 2020.
Nov 13, 2020 - Late Pick 5 Aqueduct w Judy Wagner
Scott and Chris are joined by 2001 NHC Champ Judy Wagner to handicap the Late Pick 5 at Aqueduct on Saturday, Nov 14, 2020.
Nov 5, 2020 - Breeders' Cup Saturday w Paul Matties Jr
Scott and Chris are joined by professional handicapper Paul Matties Jr. to handicap the 9 Breeders’ Cup races Saturday, Nov 7, 2020.
Nov 4, 2020 - Breeders' Cup Friday w Duke Matties
Scott and Chris are joined by professional handicapper Duke Matties to handicap the 5 Breeders’ Cup races Friday, Nov 6, 2020.
Nov 1, 2020 - Breeders' Cup Early Ideas w Guest Bruno DeJulio
Scott and Chris are joined by workout legend Bruno DeJulio to offer early thoughts on contenders for all 14 Breeders’ Cup races 2020.
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Way more than just picking horses...
I just came upon this podcast for the first time, and I learned something about a topic that is rarely discussed...bet construction. It helped me take a stand against Arklow over value and hit the Cross Country Pick 5! My only hope is that you guys breakdown the Cross Country Pick 5 on future episodes. I’ll be listening every week thanks again!
Thoughtful and Engaging
I can go to just about any webpage offering “picks” and get a slew of chalk. Scott and Chris actually take the time to do thoughtful analysis and find those apparently improbable horses that might have a shot. The dialogue is engaging and I learn something new every week. Keep up the great work guys!
Has Good Moments
I’ve listened to about 25 episodes. Carson has improved continuously and has become a good podcast host which is a tough job. Larmey clearly has knowledge about the sport but is very dry for the color role and is prone to be long winded without necessarily making a point. He also seems more suited for the mythical handicapping contests as opposed to actual window wagering. I’m not a tournament player so that limits his appeal to me. The show does get great guests and Carson has a knack for getting them to open up on theory and not solely picks which is always interesting.