Andrew Beyer: Most recent columns

Tax rules on horse track winnings in desperate need of modification
Regulations made with other games in mind hurt winning tickets on popular exotic wagers.
‘Pharoah’ is impressive in Preakness, but he left room for doubt at Belmont
(The Washington Post, May 16, 2015; 8:36 PM)
The Preakness is a three-horse showdown, and it all depends on how they break
(The Washington Post, May 14, 2015; 12:57 PM)
Preakness Stakes deserves better than Pimlico Race Course can provide
(The Washington Post, May 11, 2015; 12:14 PM)
Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah at the head of a great class of horses
(The Washington Post, May 3, 2015; 5:03 PM)
With legitimate skepticism around Derby favorites, pick might be Upstart
(The Washington Post, April 30, 2015; 9:47 AM)
Kaleem Shah and Kentucky Derby contender Dortmund are an American success story
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2015; 3:04 PM)
Wesley Ward, American thoroughbred trainer with a European flavor
(The Washington Post, March 16, 2015; 3:24 PM)
The brilliant young Khozan may be too inexperienced for Kentucky Derby
(The Washington Post, February 25, 2015; 11:18 AM)
Chad Brown seeking balance between patience and aggressiveness
(The Washington Post, February 20, 2015; 11:29 AM)
2014 Eclipse Awards voters shouldn’t overthink Horse of the Year (Bayern) but should think about trainerArt Sherman
(The Washington Post, December 18, 2014; 12:42 PM)
Bayern deserved Breeders’ Cup victory, despite infraction
(The Washington Post, November 2, 2014; 2:32 PM)
Breeders’ Cup will show what Triple Crown didn’t: California Chrome isn’t best in class
(The Washington Post, October 30, 2014; 1:29 PM)
Bettors get a chance at bigger payouts; tracks get a smaller takeout but profit from more wagers.
(The Washington Post, August 11, 2014; 2:03 PM)
California Chrome’s owner clearly erred; Jockey Victor Espinoza might have, too
(The Washington Post, June 8, 2014; 3:35 PM)
In Belmont Stakes, place your sentiments on California Chrome; put your money elsewhere
(The Washington Post, June 5, 2014; 11:19 AM)
American thoroughbreds are no longer bred to go the distance in the Belmont Stakes
(The Washington Post, June 3, 2014; 7:52 AM)
California Chrome’s value might be much less than the figure his trainer and owners expect
(The Washington Post, June 2, 2014; 12:49 PM)
For California Chrome, a tactically brilliant Preakness triumph
(The Washington Post, May 17, 2014; 9:00 PM)
Sluggish Derby field makes projecting Preakness winners a challenge
(The Washington Post, May 15, 2014; 9:57 AM)