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Welcome to Tacos and Trifectas! Each week, America’s Best Racing’s Southern California correspondent Jose Contreras - @LosPonies to those who follow him on Twitter - will provide a taco review along with a selection that he will key in trifecta bets in hopes of winning some cash to buy more tacos! Contreras will map out a trifecta betting strategy for how to key his main pick and keep track of his return on investment (ROI).

Stop back each week if you love tacos and want a trifecta play!

Welcome to Tacos and Trifectas! Each week, America’s Best Racing’s Southern California correspondent Jose Contreras - @LosPonies to those who follow him on Twitter - will provide a taco review along with a selection that he will key in trifecta bets in hopes of winning some cash to buy more tacos! Contreras will map out a trifecta betting strategy for how to key his main pick and keep track of his return on investment (ROI).

Stop back each week if you love tacos and want a trifecta play!

The Kentucky Derby Museum is planning a $6.5 million renovation and expansion project, adding more than 11,000 square feet of new space and renovation of an existing 5,000 square feet.

It will be the largest expansion of the museum since the building was constructed in 1985 and one of the largest renovations since a major refurbishing project following flood damage in 2009. 

Welcome to this week’s Breeders’ Cup edition of America’s Best Racing’s Main Track.                 

Each Tuesday in this space we will spotlight the most meaningful story of the past week, detailing a story that will stand out because of its importance or perhaps the emotional response it will generate.

Looking ahead, if you believe there’s a story this week that should be featured in next Tuesday’s edition of the Main Track, let us know by tweeting it to @ABRLive using the hashtag #ABRMainTrack.

One of the most beloved treasures that Del Mar racing fans cherish is their Del Mar Hawaiian print shirts. It’s a festive look at an iconic race track. The shirts do not age. Instead they gain a certain cachet as they are worn. They are considered classic, prime, rare or vintage. When the Breeders’ Cup marketing department started working with Upper Marketing in developing merchandise and apparel for the Breeder’s Cup, they decided that they wanted to create an homage to the famous Del Mar track.

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