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  • Excitement Surrounds All-Russia Derby Prize

    In North America, the Breeders’ Cup was first run in 1984 and is the climax of the horse racing season. The creation of this horse racing event eventually began inspiring other countries to host ...

  • Jockey James Doyle Claims Triple Victory at Ascot

    Jockey James Doyle is in the spotlight after his fantastic performances on day two of the Royal Ascot where he rode Al Kazeen to victory in the Group One Prince of Wales' Stakes, took first ...

  • New Partnership for More Horse Racing Viewership

    Internationally horse racing is set to get even more global. Horse racing from several race courses are broadcast live to many countries of the world. A new television channel, Racing World ...

  • Horse Racing is on in Moscow

    Horse racing is an engaging Russian attraction from every May to September. Events are held on all Wednesdays and weekends. The Moscow Derby, which was conducted for the first time in the late ...

  • Triple Crown Relief

    The economic slump that has been experienced during the last year has affected many industries, and the horse racing industry did not escape unscathed. Breeding operations have been hit hard and ...

  • Jockey Gary Stevens Continues Winning Streak

    Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens added five victories to his already impressive string of achievements this past weekend at Santa Anita. He started off on Saturday riding All for Us to victory ...

  • Canadian HOA Inductee Sid Attard

    Having received his training license in 1977, Sid Attard can add Canadian Hall of Fame inductee to his list of achievements and honors in his long and illustrious career in Canadian horse racing....

  • How Amateur Riding Clubs Bring Horse Racing to the Whole Family

    Horse racing can extend in to an exhilarating form of recreation for the whole family. The term conjures images of race tracks and bookmakers, but love for animals and enjoyable outdoor time of ...

  • Galileo’s Filly Fetches Record Price

    Retired to stud in October 2001, the racehorse Galileo continues to make the news from time to time, the most recent being related to the price tag of a filly he sired. The as yet unnamed filly ...

  • Weather Halts British Racing

    Britain is known for its exciting and noteworthy horse racing, but as with most countries, racing takes place when the weather is good. If there is a risk of the weather affecting the health and ...

  • Paddy O’Prado Wins the $500,000 Colonial Turf Cup

    Paddy O'Prado, who finished 3rd in the Kentucky Derby, then 6th in the Preakness, decided to move back to the turf for the $500,000 Colonial Downs Turf Cup. Saddled by Kent Desormeaux and going ...

  • Winning Techniques of Speed Figures in Horse Racing

    The logic of speed figures is a powerful attractant for horse racing lovers. Winning techniques in this ancient sport have always proved elusive. Punters clutch at every straw which offers a ...