How can I find out when a horse is scheduled to race next? September 18th, 2008

I have seen Shan Jade run 2x and I really think this young filly has a chance to be a great race horse. Is there some way I can find when she is going to run next?

Go to www.ntra.com, scroll down to the lower right corner and you’ll see a symbol for the Equibase Virtual Stable. Click on that link, fill out the information to sign up for it (it’s free… they need your name address and e-mail and maybe some other info), then you can build your stable by entering the names of the horses that you like. Once that filly is part of your stable, you will get e-mails every time she works (they’ll send her workout time and distance and how she places with all the others who worked that distance that day on the track) and every time she’s entered in a race (they’ll send you alerts a couple days before, the day of, then you get the chart for the results of the race). It’s an excellent service.

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2 Responses to “How can I find out when a horse is scheduled to race next?”

  1. kmnmiamisax
    November 21st, 2007 at 5:25 pm

    go to http://www.ntra.com, scroll down to the lower right corner and you'll see a symbol for the Equibase Virtual Stable. Click on that link, fill out the information to sign up for it (it's free… they need your name address and e-mail and maybe some other info), then you can build your stable by entering the names of the horses that you like. once that filly is part of your stable, you will get e-mails every time she works (they'll send her workout time and distance and how she places with all the others who worked that distance that day on the track) and every time she's entered in a race (they'll send you alerts a couple days before, the day of, then you get the chart for the results of the race). It's an excellent service.
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  2. The One
    November 22nd, 2007 at 1:05 pm

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