Andrew Beyer has been The Washington Post’s horse racing columnist since 1978 and is considered one of the leading experts on the subject. He has written four books on racing, including “Picking Winners” which introduced and explained Beyer Speed Figures, a rating assigned to every race by every horse in the United States which is incorporated in the Daily Racing Form past performances.
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D. Wayne Lukas comes up a winner at the Preakness with Oxbow, ridden by out-of-retirement Gary Stevens.
COLUMN | No one appears capable of challenging Derby winner Orb, who can validate himself with a strong win.
COLUMN | The Phipps family, vital to American racing for nearly a century, has its first Derby champ in Orb.
COLUMN | Kentucky Derby-winning trainer Shug McGaughey practices patience in his handling of horses.