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HRN Original Blog:
55,000 Furlongs to the Finish

HRN Fantasy Capping League!!!

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Hello horseracingnation.com users!! The "Breeders' Cup Fantasy Capping" game is back. As I did last year, I wanted to organize a private league for HRN users.

 

The nature of this league is friendly and positive.

 

To join the league, simply click here and follow the instructions to set up a profile and join the fun.

 

League name: HRN.com

League password: zenyariat

 

I will be the league commissioner and post the weekly standings to HRN. If the league runs out of space and more people would still like to join, just simply leave a comment and I will start a second league and keep track of them both together for the overall results. 

 

Best of luck to everyone, and I can't wait to see how my handicapping measures up against the rest of the Horse Racing Nation! 

 

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The first race for fantasycapping is the Whitney. There are still some open spots in the HRN League, so join up before Saturday!
I Joined, But if you guys want to play a fantasy league more like fantasy football click this link! http://www.myfantasystable.com/join-league.aspx?leagueid=4dd797d70ee47c6d
Had fun last year. I'm in again.
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Count me in!
I had a lot of fun last year in the HRN league, so I just finished signing up again for this season! I remember that last year it seemed like many of you wanted to compete but didn’t, however you should really try it this time. It’s a lot of fun, and most importantly, you learn. What’s not to like?

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Meet Matt Scott 

My horseracing journey began when I was 16 years old and my mom took me to Hollywood Park. Although I did not fully appreciate it at the time, the experience stuck with me forever. 10 years later, during one of my many international business trips to Hong Kong, I visited Sha Tin racetrack to watch the races. This is where my true passion began. 

 

Holding a masters degree in mechanical engineering, the puzzle of handicapping intrigued me. I have made a career of making decisions based on trends, patterns, and formulas, which is why I think I was initially drawn to the sport. However, I have truly learned to appreciate the horses and how magnificent they are as athletes. 

 

I currently live in San Jose, CA, and when not following racing, I like to spend time with my wife, mountain bike, and design high-speed bicycles that I build and race For reference, 55,000 furlongs is the distance from Hong Kong to my home in San Jose. Also, I have 1-year-old dachshund (aka wiener dog) that I am training to race in the annual Wiener Nationals held at Golden Gate Fields.   

 

The purpose of this blog is to help give people the viewpoint of a fan that is newer to the sport and eager to learn. I like to respectfully speak my mind, and often the ideas come out of left field, which could give a fresh perspective on a sport rich with tradition and history. hope to represent the many future fans that I wish to follow my footsteps into the Sport of Kings.