Get the inside track for Haskell, Pace and Diana races on The Feinline120

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Monmouth Race Track - July 18, 2015: "Strike em Down" (#6) goes on to win the fifth race

One of the highest-rated sports betting shows in the nation, The Feinline120 with Joe Wiz, is your first stop for horse racing, basketball and baseball action this weekend.

This week’s show will cover $1,000,000 Haskell race from Monmouth Park in Oceanport. Joe and Daryl will interview Doug O’Neill, trainer for the Haskell favorite, Hot Rod Charlie. A two-time Derby winner, Doug will give the inside track on why he believes Hot Rod Charlie is the horse to bet on over Mandaloun or Midnight Bourbon.

Making our way up the NJ turnpike to East Rutherford, we see big action for the $700,000 Pace race at the Meadowlands Racetrack. Joe and Sean will interview one of the nation’s top harness handicappers, Dave Little. He first visited the Big M in 1979 and has over 3 decades of handicapping experience for the New York Post and NY Daily News before working at the track in 2017. Dave and the guys will discuss the Meadowlands Pace and more. 

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Finally, we cross the Hudson into New York, where Saratoga race track opened its gates for its 153rd season on Thursday and set an all-source handle exceeding $21,935,000–a new record. Saturday Saratoga hosts its $500,000 race, the Diana. You can get the winning pick on The Feinline120.


While this is a huge week for horse racing, Joe and the guys will also cover the NBA and MLB. With the series knotted up at 2 games apiece, the guys will discuss what both the Bucks and Suns need to do in this pivotal Game 5 of the NBA Finals. The biggest rivalry in sports is back as the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees square up for another series. Can the Yanks finally get a win? 

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Tune in to The Feinline120 this weekend on 98.7 FM ESPN NY Friday nights at midnight and Saturday mornings starting at 7AM. Get 120 minutes of sports betting advice from Joe Wiz, Daryl Fein and “The Genius” Sean.