Horse Racing Betting – Full Cards Offered at Top North American Tracks This Week!

Weekday BookMaker Horse Racing Schedule July 13-17

Horse Racing has experienced a true renaissance since the stoppage of stick and ball sports four months ago. Many old players have enjoyed returning to the fold while countless new players are now enthusiastic converts. Best of all is the fact that summer offers the best and the most action every week with North America’s top tracks scheduling non-stop lineups for gambling opportunities that can’t be found in any other sport. Let’s now take a look at what’s going to be on the board this week at the best tracks in the world.

Let’s now take a look at the highlights of this week’s schedule from tracks across North America!

Gulfstream Park – Hallandale, Florida – Wednesday and Friday

Wednesday from Gulfstream Park features a total of 10 races on the card with 10 more races scheduled for Friday. There is a core of five highly successful jockeys at Gulfstream Park.

First place in the jockey standings belongs to Edgard J. Zavas with over $2.2 million in earnings. Zavas has 457 starts with 72 wins, 73 second, and 56 third place finishes.

Second place belongs to Emisael Jaramillo with over $1.9 million in earnings. Jaramillo has 408 starts with 63 wins, 57 second, and 50 third place finishes.

Miguel Angel Vasquez is in third place at Gulfstream with over $1.6 million in earnings. Vasquez has 437 starts with 59 wins, 56 second, and 54 third place finishes.

Fourth place belongs to Luis Saez with over $1.2 million in earnings. Saez has 233 starts with 49 wins, 38 second, and 32 third place finishes.

And fifth at Gulfstream among the jockeys is Irad Ortiz Jr. with over $1.1 million in earnings. Ortiz has 138 starts with 41 wins, 37 second, and 20 third place finishes.

It should come as no surprise that Todd Pletcher is the biggest winner among trainers at Gulfstream Park with over $967,000 in earnings. Pletcher has 141 starts with 29 wins, 23 second, and 24 third place finishes.

Second place among Gulfstream trainers is Michael Maker with over $796,000 in winnings. Maker has 133 starts with 26 wins, 27 second, and 16 third place finishes.

Saffie Joseph Jr. ranks third at Gulfstream with over $701,000 in winnings. He has 138 starts with 32 wins, 18 second, and 18 third place finishes.

Delaware Park – Wilmington, Delaware – Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday

Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at Delaware Park features a total of 10 races on each of those days.

Lead jockey at Delaware Park is Trevor McCarthy with over $353,000 in earnings. McCarthy has 59 starts with 12 wins, 10 second, and five third place finishes.

Second place at Delaware belongs to jockey Carol Cedeno with over $319,000 in earnings. Cedeno has 63 starts with 15 wins, five second and 13 third place finishes.

Monmouth Park – Oceanport, New Jersey – Friday

Friday will feature a total of 10 races on the Monmouth card.

Prairie Meadows - Altoona, Iowa -Monday and Friday

Prairie Meadows will open the week with 11 races scheduled for Monday and then come back on Friday with 11 more races on the card.

First place in the Prairie Meadows jockey standings is Alex Birzer with over $328,000 in winnings. Birzer has 72 starts with 16 wins, 12 second, and 13 third place finishes.

Woodbine – Rexdale, Ontario - Thursday and Friday

There is a total of eight races on the Woodbine card for Thursday with nine more races on the card for Friday.

Leading the jockeys at Woodbine is Rafael Manuel Hernandez with over $962,000 in earnings. Hernandez has 125 starts with 28 wins, 18 second and 17 third place finishes.

Del Mar- Del Mar, California – Friday

Del Mar will offer 10 races on its Friday card.

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