2022 Football Consensus Report Grid

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Service Name   Documented Records
ALABAMA SPORTS

(1* – 3*)

  (NFL 10-7)

(CFB 10-7)

AJ APOLLO

 (3* – 5*)

  (NFL 3-8)

(CFB 7-7)

ALLAN BALL

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 2-2)

(CFB 0-0)

AL DEMARCO

 (5 DIME – 25 DIME)

  (NFL 0-0)

(CFB 0-0)

ALLAGHINES ANALYSIS

(1* – 5*)

  (NFL 7-3)

(CFB 6-7)

ASA

(3* – 10*)

  (NFL 2-7)

(CFB 6-8)

BANKERS SPORTSWIRE

(300* – 500*)

  (NFL 5-0)

(CFB 5-3)

BARRETT SALLEE

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 0-0)

(CFB 10-9)

BIG AL MCMORDIE

  (CLUB PLAYS)

  (NFL 3-0)

(CFB 2-5)

BIG MONEY

  (TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 4-0)

(CFB 5-4)

BEN BURNS

(3* -10*)

  (NFL 1-0)

(CFB 1-2)

BOB BALFE

 (TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 3-0)

(CFB 2-3)

BOBBY CASH

(5* – 20*)

  (NFL 4-2)

(CFB 3-3)

BRAD POWERS

(1* – 5*)

  (NFL 7-4)

(CFB 27-12)

BRANDON LANG

(10* – 300*)

  (NFL 3-4)

(CFB 2-1)

BRETT ANDERSON

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 5-1)

(CFB 0-0)

CALIFORNIA SPORTS

(1* – 5*)

  (NFL 1-0)

(CFB 0-3)

CHIP

CHIRIMBES

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 3-0)

(CFB 2-2)

CHRIS JORDAN

(300*-1000*)

  (NFL 0-1)

(CFB 0-0)

COWTOWN SPORTS  

(1* – 3*)

  (NFL 1-4)

(CFB 7-1)

DAVE COKIN

  (2* – 5*)

  (NFL 3-1)

(CFB 9-15)

DAVE “GOY” ESSLER

  (1* – 3*)

  (NFL 3-0)

(CFB 1-2)

DOCS SPORTS 

(1* -5*)

  (NFL 5-1)

(CFB 8-8)

EMORY HUNT 

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 7-6)

(CFB 5-7)

EXECUTIVE 

(150*- 650*)

  (NFL 9-7)

(CFB 6-6)

EXPERT  

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 4-0)

(CFB 2-5)

FINAL SCORE

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 1-2)

(CFB 3-6)

GIANNI THE GREEK

(3% -5%)

  (NFL 13-22)

(CFB 30-13)

GODFATHER LOCKS

  (2000* – 5000*)

  (NFL 10-5)

(CFB 4-6)

GOLD KEY

  (40* – 100*)

  (NFL 1-4)

(CFB 4-5)

GOODFELLA

 (1* – 3*)

  (NFL 6-8)

(CFB 8-4)

GUARANTEED

(4* – 5*)

  (NFL 1-2)

(CFB 4-2)

HARRY BONDI

(1*- 10*)

  (NFL 9-4)

(CFB 9-9)

HITMAN

(1*- 5*)

   

(NFL 11-8)

(CFB 0-0)

 

INDIAN COWBOY

(1*- 10*)

  (NFL 6-2)

(CFB 0-2)

JACK JONES

(15* – 25*)

  (NFL 13-5)

(CFB 21-16)

JASON SHARPE

(2* – 5*)

  (NFL 11-2)

(CFB 15-12)

JIM FEIST

(5* – 25*)

  (NFL 1-1)

(CFB 2-2)

JOE GAVAZZI (PPP)

(1% – 6%)

   

(NFL 15-12)

(CFB 18-13)

 

JON STARZ

(1* – 5*)

  (NFL 3-1)

(CFB 4-2)

JOSH NAGEL

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 12-12)

(CFB 12-13)

JOHN RYAN

(1* – 5*)

  (NFL 11-7)

(CFB 15-6)

KELLY STEWART

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 0-0)

(CFB 6-6)

KELSO STUERGON

 (5* – 100*)

  (NFL 7-13)

(CFB 9-13)

KENNY WHITE

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 0-0)

(CFB 1-1)

KING CREOLE

 (1* – 5*)

  (NFL 3-7)

(CFB 3-0)

KYLE HUNTER

 (1* – 5*)

  (NFL 8-3)

 

(CFB 17-3)

LARRY HARTSTEIN

  (TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 9-10)

(CFB 0-0)

LARRY NESS

(8*-10*)

RIP – LARRY NESS (1953-2022) (NFL 0-0)

(CFB 1-2)

LATE INFO

 (25*-100*)

  (NFL 2-0)

(CFB 3-5)

LENNY STEVENS

(10*-20*)

  (NFL 11-7)

(CFB 17-9)

LT PROFIT

(1*-5*)

  (NFL 5-4)

(CFB 8-3)

LV CHRIS

(1*-5*)

  (NFL 6-9)

(CFB 5-7)

LV SPORTS

(10*-20*)

  (NFL 6-4)

(CFB 8-10)

MADDUX SPORTS

(10*-20*)

  (NFL 7-9)

(CFB 12-16)

MASTERS EDGE

(50*-200*)

  (NFL 2-2)

(CFB 3-4)

MATT JOSEPH

(1* -5*)

  (NFL 0-0)

(CFB 23-10)

MATT  SEVERANCE

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 12-5)

(CFB 22-20)

MAX GORENSTEIN

(TOP PLAYS)

   

(NFL 2-2)

(CFB 6-6)

 

MICAH ROBERTS

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 3-6)

(CFB 7-12)

MIKE NERI

(1* – 3*)

   

(NFL 11-3)

(CFB 8-17)

 

MIKE McMLURE

(TOP PLAYS)

   

(NFL 0-1)

(CFB 0-1)

 

MIKE TIERNEY

(TOP PLAYS)

   

(NFL 7-9)

(CFB 13-11)

 

MILLIONAIRE CLUB

(1* – 3*)

   

(NFL 2-2)

(CFB 5-1)

 

NATIONAL SPORTSLINE

(3* – 20*)

   

(NFL 1-1)

(CFB 3-3)

 

NORTHCOAST

(1* – 5*)

   

(NFL 8-12)

(CFB 17-21)

 

OSKEIM SPORTS

(2* – 5*)

  (NFL 6-3)

(CFB 7-10)

PAUL LEINER

(50*- 2500*)

  (NFL 0-0)

(CFB 0-0)

PANAMA CITY SYSTEMATICS

(3* – 5*)
  (NFL 2-7)

(CFB 8-11)

PHILLY GODFATHER

(1* – 5*)
  (NFL 2-1)

(CFB 0-0)

PREFERRED PICKS (MARC LAWRENCE)

(3* – 5*)
  (NFL 4-4)

(CFB 8-6)

POINTWISE LTS

(1* – 5*)
  (NFL 2-2)

(CFB 12-9)

PURE LOCK

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 2-2)

(CFB 1-3)

R&R TOTALS

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 2-5)

(CFB 3-3)

REED HARRIS

  (1* – 3*)

  (NFL 4-3)

(CFB 3-2)

RENO TOTALS

  (5* – 10*)

  (NFL 2-5)

(CFB 3-6)

RJ WHITE

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 20-12)

(CFB 0-0)

ROCKETMAN (ROCKY ATKINSON)

  (6* – 10*)

  (NFL 4-0)

(CFB 2-4)

SCOTT SPREITZER

 (3* – 10*)

  (NFL 7-2)

(CFB 13-3)

 

SPORTS ADVISOR

 (3* – 10*)

  (NFL 4-3)

 

(CFB 5-2)

SPORTS AUTHORITY

  (1* – 3*)

  (NFL 1-4)

(CFB 8-0)

SPORTS NETWORK

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 2-1)

(CFB 3-5)

SPORTS UNLIMITED (MARCO D’ANGELO)

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 8-4)

(CFB 11-9)

STEVE BUDIN

(50 DIMES -200 DIMES)

  (NFL 1-1)

(CFB 0-0)

STEPHEN NOVER

(2*-5*)

  (NFL 2-2)

(CFB 3-0)

STEVE FEZZIK

(1*-3*)

  (NFL 10-11)

(CFB 22-12)

 

STEPHEN OH

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 0-4)

(CFB 3-10)

SUNBELT SPORTSWIRE

(1*-3*)

  (NFL 4-1)

(CFB 1-5)

TEDDY COVERS

(2* – 5*)

  (NFL 9-4)

(CFB 9-8)

TEXAS INSDER

(25* – 100*)

  (NFL 1-3)

(CFB 4-2)

TOM FORNELLI

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 0-0)

(CFB 12-13)

TOM STRYKER

(3* – 5*)

  (NFL 6-6)

(CFB 9-8)

TONY GEORGE

(3* – 10*)

  (NFL 0-1)

(CFB 0-0)

 

TOTALS GURU

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 10-7)

(CFB 16-13)

TOTAL SPORTS SOLUTION

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 2-2)

(CFB 4-4)

TRACE ADAMS

(500*-2500*)

  (NFL 0-1)

(CFB 0-0)

UNDERDOG

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 0-0)

(CFB 1-0)

VEGAS PIPELINE

(10* – 20*)

  (NFL 3-2)

(CFB 4-5)

VEGAS STEAM

(3* – 15*)

  (NFL 5-1)

 

(CFB 5-2)

VEGAS HIGH ROLLERS

(50* – 100*)

  (NFL 6-2)

(CFB 5-4)

VERNON CROY

(5* – 10*)

  (NFL 5-6)

(CFB 4-5)

WILDCAT

(1* -10*)

  (NFL 5-5)

(CFB 8-10)

WINDY CITY SPORTS

(5% -10%)

  (NFL 0-0)

(CFB 1-1)

WINNERS CIRCLE

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 4-2)

(CFB 11-4)

WINNERS PATH

(3*- 5*)

  (NFL 5-6)

(CFB 8-6)

WIZARD

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 2-4)

(CFB 3-4)

ZACH CIMINI

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 10-4)

(CFB 6-3)

ZITI SPORTS

(TOP PLAYS)

  (NFL 4-6)

(CFB 14-14)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

NEWSLETTERS

GOLD SHEET

MARC LAWRENCE PLAYBOOK

PHIL STEELE PRESSBOX

POWERS’ PICKS

POINTWISE

POWER SWEEP 

NORTHCOAST POWER PLAYS

RED SHEET

SPORTS REPORTER

VICTOR KING TOTALS TIP SHEET

VSIN WEEKLY

WINNING POINTS

 

 

 

 

 

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Michael Jordan’s Cocaine Circus Chicago Bulls

Michael Jordan has been taking some heat over many different things in his ESPN series “The Last Dance”. In the first 2 episodes Jordan described a scene where he was searching a hotel for his teammates, and found them in a room. What a young MJ saw is what we all have seen in life, guys ripping lines, guys smoking blunts and guys banging hookers. The reporter interviewing him asked him if he ever heard of the Term “Cocaine Circus” for his first Bulls team. MJ laughed it off.

Jordans Ex teammate Craig Hodges came out earlier this week and called out MJ for calling out his ex teammates. Hodges said what happens with the boys should stay between the boys. He is 100% correct. However Cocaine was running wild around that time, 1985/1986 – so much so that it got old fast and so many people quickly moved onto smoking Crack Rock, it was cheaper and faster. Sunken faces and missing teeth were a normal thing in the late 1980’s in inner cities. However there we many players that were open about their drug use and suspended.

So lets meet the COCAINE CIRCUS!

Quintin Dailey

Quintin Daily – the Bulls’ No. 1 draft pick in 1982–seventh overall in the NBA draft and had all the talent. Dailey died at the age of 49 in his Las Vegas home of heart disease in November 2010. He had been working as a referee for the last decade around Nevada while his son was a starting guard for the Eastern Michigan University basketball team. Dailey averaged 15.1 points and started 32 games his rookie season and was bothered all season of a rape allegation. He followed that up by averaging 18.1 ppg in his next season.

 

 

Orlando Woolridge

 

 

 

 

Orlando Woolridge – In 1984 with the New Jersey Nets Woolridge told the National Basketball Association that he had a cocaine dependency problem. Woolridge led the Chicago Bulls in scoring in 1986 and was the last player to lead in scoring before Jordan took over. In 1990-91 the Big O averaged 25.1 PPG and 6.8 RPG for the Denver Nuggets. He was Averaging 29 PPG in the next season before a brutal eye injury. After a long battle with heart disease, Woolridge died on May 31, 2012

Mitchell Wiggins

 

Mitchell Wiggins – Father of yup, Andrew Wiggans. Mitchell was drafted the year before MJ and never played with Michael. However Wiggins tested positive for cocaine incurring a two-and-a-half-year suspension from the league. Along with friend and teammate Lewis Lloyd. The Rockets also had John Lucas on that Team. I am guessing those Rockets teams we’re party animals this season! He played up until 1991 for the Philadelphia 76ers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ennis Whatley – a quick, 6-foot-3-inch point guard, looked as though he might run the Bulls for a decade! The Bulls` house-cleaning began when Jerry Reinsdorf bought the team in 1985. Whatley was gone after the 1984-85 season when he averaged 8.4 points and 8.3 assists in 27 minutes per game. Back in 1992 Whatley said ”I`ve been clean now for six years,” said Whatley, who credits being a born-again Christian with helping him save his life and basketball career.

Ennis Whatley

 

The 1980’s were a wild time in the Drug Game. Coke to Crack all in a decade. The Cocaine Circus Bulls, How about the 1986 Rockets, Wiggins, Lloyd and Lucas, but the saddest story of all lost in this uptick is the death of Len Bias. RIP Stay Away from the Hard Stuff

 

– Vic Monte

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Service Name


           Selections

Documented Records

ADAM THOMPSON

(Top Plays)

  (MLB 56-43)

AJ APOLLO

(3* – 5*)

  (MLB 71-68)
BANKERS SPORTSWIRE

(300* – 500*)


  (MLB 60-32)

BIG MONEY

(TOP PLAYS)

  (MLB 50-43)
BOBBY CASH

(5* – 20*)

  (MLB 55-39)


BRANDON LANG

(10* – 300*)

  (MLB 2-3)
COWTOWN SPORTS

(1* – 3*)

  (MLB 48-43)


CHRIS JORDAN

(200*-1000*)

  (MLB 1-3)
DEREK SHARP

(Club Plays)

  (MLB 45-49)

DAVE ESSLER

(1* – 3*)

  (MLB 31-31)
EXPERT

(TOP PLAYS)

  (MLB 48-43)
FINAL SCORE

(TOP PLAYS)


  (MLB 51-41)
FRANK MAGLIOSA

(TOP PLAYS)


 

(MLB 59-45)



GOLD KEY

(40* – 100*)


  (MLB 51-43)
GOODFELLA

(1* -3*)

  (MLB 19-11)

GUARANTEED

(4* – 5*)


  (MLB 51-42)


INSIDE INFO

(1*- 3*)

  (MLB 55-39)


JOHN BOLLMAN

(TOP PLAYS)

  (MLB 49-37)
JR O’DONNELL

(2* – 5*)

  (MLB 16-24)
LATE INFO

(25*-100*)

  (MLB 45-48)


LT PROFIT

(1*-5*)

  (MLB 81-95)


LV SPORTS

(10*-20*)

  (MLB 79-85)
MASTERS EDGE

(50*- 200*)

  (MLB 49-45)
MICAH ROBERTS

(Top Plays)

  (MLB 17-17)
MICHAEL RUSK

(Top Plays)

  (MLB 15-13)
NATIONAL SPORTSLINE

(3* – 20*)

  (MLB 53-41)
PAUL LEINER

(50*- 2500*)

  (MLB 77-56)


PANAMA CITY SYSTEMATICS

(3* – 5*)

  (MLB 98-79)
PRIME STAR

(1* – 5*)

  (MLB 53-40)



REED HARRIS

(1* – 3*)

  (MLB 52-39)
RENO TOTALS

(5* – 10*)

  (MLB 46-43) 
SPORTS ADVISOR

(3* – 10*)

  (MLB 49-44)
SPORTS NETWORK

(TOP PLAYS)

  (MLB 49-40)


STEPHEN NOVER

(1* – 3*)

  (MLB 43-45)
STEPHEN OH

(Top Plays)

  (MLB 92-73)
STEVE FEZZIK

(TOP PLAYS)

  (MLB 22-10)


TJ FILLINGHAM

(7*-10*)

  (MLB 45-50)
TONY GEORGE

(1* – 5*)

  (MLB 10-12)
TRACE ADAMS

(500*-2500*)

  (MLB 0-0)
VEGAS PIPELINE

(10* – 20*)

  (MLB 64-30)
VEGAS STEAM

(3* – 15*)

  (MLB 54-35)


VEGAS HIGH ROLLERS

(50* – 100*)

  (MLB 57-38)


WIZARD

(TOP PLAYS)

  (MLB 46-44)
WINDY CITY SPORTS

 (5% -10%)

  (MLB 49-47)
WORLD WAGER

(REG – TOP)

  (MLB 46-46)

 

My 3 Pros & Cons of Legalized Sports Betting Ruling – Vic Monte

My 3 Pros & Cons on the Ruling of Legalized Sports BettingClick To TweetMy Take on Legalized Sports Betting

Just like the rest of gambling U.S.A I am fired up about the Supreme Court ruling to allow states to decided on sports gambling. It’s great on so many levels! Its obvious it will brings Jobs & State Tax Dollars. Racetracks can get a “Shot in the Arm”, they can fancy up areas of their establishment & make incredible sportsbooks for people to hang out, bet & watch games. All while selling a few beers & getting some extra novice money into the horse racing betting pools. It’s nothing but sunshine for business & state revenue, but with every uprising someone or something gets pulled down. Here are My Top 3 Things that Bother Me About Legal Sports Gambling.

Good Luck Getting 10-1 on a 4 Team Parlay

The government is greedy & needy of m0ney, they won’t be happy with 10 cents vig & hoping to split the action like Vegas. They’re going to want a huge chunk of this cash to line their pockets & pay for new roads, school, housing ETC., but that means we won’t get 10-1 on 4 Team Parlays & will almost always have to lay -120 on straight bet. Offshore sites will have incredible Bonuses & special offers, while street bookies can offer those $2,000 a week credit line accounts.

Lives Will be Ruined!

Its a fact that people will ruin their lives! Cigarette sales prove the government will allow sale of a deadly product as long as they can gain massive tax dollars. So they obviously won’t give a crap if John Smith gambles away his entire bank account, remortgages his house, gambles everything away! It Happens to people around the world everyday, now it is just easier & more accessible to bet, no more limits sending western union or your bookie shutting you down when you’re slow paying. These are called problem gamblers & I predict that we will see a massive amounts of average people losing hefty money, with big fallout’s,  betting legally. I preach to all my clients, always bet 2% to 5% of your entire bankroll & always have enough of a bankroll to sustain a losing streak, the amount of your bets increase or decrease according to your bankroll. You have to bet to invest or bet an amount you can afford to lose, sadly not everyone can do that.

Point Shaving & Massive Scheming

It’s goes back to the bible, Adam & Eve, temptation. Where there is money, there is greed. There have been many know scandals in sports history, The Black Sox Scandal,  Boston College Point Shaving in 1979, Benny Silman Arizona State point shaving scam & the list goes on! So who is going to regulate the games by Delaware State per say, how easy would it be for a small college team to shave points, while having a syndicate of friends running track to track, or spending all day betting a fix games. I make that statement assuming there will be a betting limit on a small college. That starts an age old debate, What is the Amount of a Max Bet? A $100 bet is a Massive bet for the local UPS driver, but a $2,000 bet is a small play for a wall street stock broker. How in the world will we keep the integrity of the game in tact, no one wants to bet on a fixed event, in the blind anyway.

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Handicapper John Piesen dead at 80 | Daily Racing Form

John Piesen, a longtime public handicapper who had a 10-year stint at Daily Racing Form, died on Tuesday at Haven Hospice in Edison, N.J., according to family members. Piesen was 80.

 

Source: Handicapper John Piesen dead at 80 | Daily Racing Form

 

 

John LOVED Horses!

 

 

 

 

 

What “Insiders”  Say About John Piesen

THE TRAINERS:

“John is very accurate in assessing how a race will be run – a solid handicapper”
Steve Asmussen –
’10’s leading trainer in the country and 6-time national champion (2002, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010). Eclipse Award for Outstanding Trainer 2008, 2009.

“John is one of the best handicappers of our time. He has a unique eye for a good horse, well before he is proven to the public. Hard Spun was pronounced by John as the likely 2007 Kentucky Derby winner as a 2-year-old. John called Wildcat Bettie B. a Grade I winner when she was still a maiden. If John says it, take it to the window.”
J. Larry Jones Trainer Of Havre de Grace, ’11 Champion Filly, going for the win in the Breeders Cup Classic

“John is is very knowledgeable about horseracing, an expert handicapper, and an all around good guy.”
John Servis,
Trainer of 2004 Kentucky Derby Winner Smarty Jones.

“John is an absolute expert on the game of horse racing. He knows the ins and outs of the game better than anyone I’ve ever met.”
Ken McPeek,
Won the ’02 Belmont with 70-1 longshot Sarava.

“John Piesen is one of the country’s foremost experts on the racing game. His keen observations & uncanny insight reflect his lifelong study of the sport. Racing fans know him for his direct & investigative style, and appreciate his handicapping knowledge.”
John Forbes,
All Time Leading New Jersey Trainer

“I’m not embarrassed to say I have sometimes asked John Piesen for advice about my own horses – what he said was worth hearing.”
Woody Stephens,
Hall of Fame Trainer of five consecutive Belmont Stakes winners

“Seldom do you see a fellow with expertise in both writing about and handicapping horses. Such a fellow is John Piesen.”
Ron McAnally,
Hall of Fame Trainer of 7-time Eclipse Award winner John Henry

THE JOCKEYS:

Jockeys make their living off purses & so must become sharp handicappers in selecting which mounts to ride. To them, reliable information & trustworthy opinions are worth their weight in gold.

“What people don’t realize about Piesen is that he’s not just a great handicapper, but a great horseman.”
Laffit Pincay Jr.,
7-time Jockey of the Year, Second Most Winning Jockey with 9530 wins

“He knows the horses, the races, the game.”
Jose Santos,
Rode Funny Cide to victory in the 2003 Kentucky Derby & Preakness

“Piesen is top when it comes to analyzing a race. No one is in his class as a handicapper.”
Angel Cordero, Jr.
Hall of Fame jockey, 13 Time Saratoga Champion (Eleven Consecutive) &
Currently Jockey Agent for John Velasquez

“John Piesen has a tremendous wealth of information and knowledge of racing from New York to California.”
Richard Migliore,
Perennial Leading New York Jockey

“I have always had a high regard for John as a handicapper, especially in stakes races. He knows what’s going on.”
Mike Smith,
Two time Eclipse Award winning jockey & rider of ’05 Derby Winner Giacomo

“Piesen is the Seattle Slew of handicappers.”
Jean Cruguet,
Rode Triple Crown Winner Seattle Slew

Piesen on the Post Softball Team. Winning Pitcher & Game Winning Hit!

Giwner: Is it worth pursuing live racing on TV? | Daily Racing Form

When Keith Gisser emailed me that he was going to write about racing being on TV, it served as a good reminder that I was planning to put forth some thoughts on this topic. I’m not against live racing broadcast to the masses via cable, satellite or even network television, but I have some reservations.

Source: Giwner: Is it worth pursuing live racing on TV? | Daily Racing Form