The ink is barely dry on Alan Levitt’s $206,000 Flo-Cal Faceoff winner’s check, but it’s time to look forward to the next leg of the 2021 Tourney Triple—the April 2-3 Players Championship.Continue reading
Though much of the $570,373 Flo-Cal Faceoff seemed dominated by short prices, there were a couple of cap horses out there during the two-day competition, and Alan Levitt of Baltimore capitalized on both of them—including 29-1 Five Pics Please in the final contest race—to score an improbable, come-from-behind victory worth a total of $206,443.Continue reading
The Flo-Cal Faceoff is finally upon us.
Already we know that the purse for this year’s event will exceed last year’s—by a lot. In 2020, Thomas Blosser won $87,000 from a final purse of $225,000. As of Thursday afternoon—with over a full day of qualifying plus buy-ins still to go—the pot sits at $338,512.Continue reading
Good news. Thanks to your support, HorseTourneys is able — effective immediately — to increase the minimum purse guarantee on four of our most popular weekly featured cash games.Continue reading
The field for Saturday and Sunday’s Flo-Cal Faceoff now numbers 231 as 17 qualifiers last week added 51 to the roster of participants. That means that the purse for the two-day, Gulfstream and Santa Anita full-card extravaganza now sits at $306,652, and there are still three solid days (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday) of qualifying—and five solid days of buying in—still ahead.Continue reading
At $238,950, the purse for the January 9-10 Flo-Cal Faceoff has already exceeded the level of the 2020 event ($225,000) when Thomas Blosser won and took home $87,000.The next few days represent the final weekend of qualifying for the Faceoff, and we’ll be offering no fewer than 13 direct qualifiers that figure to drive the pot considerably higher.Continue reading
Nine people qualified for the NHC across two tourneys on Saturday and Sunday at HorsePlayers. Among the nine names, one stood out quite prominently.Continue reading
The prize pool for the Flo-Cal Faceoff is up to $184,522, and eight more qualifiers for it are on tap this weekend. Those represent just a fraction of what’s under the featured-tourney tree, however, this Christmas weekend.Continue reading
Last week we commented how rare it seemed to have no cap horses come into play in any of the featured tourneys. We may have been incorrect in describing it as rare, though, because almost the same thing happened this past week.Continue reading
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