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  • Will Pyro Gain a Kentucky Derby Victory?

    As the date for the anticipated Kentucky Derby draws closer, horses that are set to run in this magnificent racing event are being watched extremely closely. Their performance closer to the ...

  • Auction Calls for Celebration

    Over the last two years the horse racing industry has been suffering under the economic crisis that has been felt across the USA. Auctions have especially been taking strain, with horses being ...

  • On the Road to the Eclipse

    On Saturday, 21 August 2010, the Alabama Stakes got underway at the Saratoga Racecourse. With $500 000 as prize money, the best athletes descended on the racecourse to participate in this ...

  • Melbourne Cup Day – When Horse Racing stops a Country

    Australia's most famous horse racing track, Flemington is also its oldest. Originally called Melbourne Racecourse, it is the most significant heritage horse racing site in the country. There has ...

  • Deep Impact Foals Shine at Japan Sale

    The Japan Racing Horse Association had been very reserved on commenting on their July select sale, which started on Tuesday, 15 July 2008. Due to the very slow economy in Japan at the moment, it ...

  • Protecting Your Investment

    Whether you are buying additional breeding stock, a prized racing horse or just a barrel racing horse for your children, this will be an investment. Horses can be a large investment of time and ...

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  • Peter Hodges

    Peter Hodges is a guest writer for HorseRacing.com

  • Buffalo Raceway in New York

    Buffalo Raceway has been a popular meeting ground for the residents of Western New York since as early as 1942. This harness racing raceway was developed on the Erie County Fairgrounds in Hamburg shortly after the passing of a bill allowing pari-mutuel harness racing. The half-mile track at the Fairgrounds proved to be a popular addition to an already well-liked recreational spot – a fact ...

  • New Hampshire Racetracks

    Organizations such as the New Hampshire Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission and the New Hampshire Quarter Horse Association oversee all horse related events and competitions in New Hampshire. Promoting the sport and ensuring that events are fair and compliant to the rules and regulations, means racing enthusiasts can enjoy exciting days filled with live horse racing action.

  • Fresno Horse Racing Track in California

    The Big Fresno Fair held in Fresno, California, offers one of the most fun-filled racing seasons in the state. Racegoers will have a ball watching thoroughbred, Arabian, quarter horse, Appaloosa and mule racing whilst enjoying a number of other entertainment options. Add to this satellite wagering, and you have a complete entertainment venue for the entire family.

  • Horse Racing Wagering

    Truths and fables are so intricately inter-woven in horse racing circles that separating the two can be quite a task! Some of the most voluble ‘friends’ can be entirely misleading, as they proffer tips without substance or good intent. Horse racing has a glamorous image of fashionable people making daring bets, but the reality is about the serious following of a most competitive sport!

  • Red Mile Race Track in Kentucky

    Famous for it’s red clay track and one-mile length, The Red Mile is located in Lexington, Kentucky. The track is located in the center of the Bluegrass region which is know for horse breeding and racing. It usually hosts harness racing and the most common horse breed on the track is the standardbred. However, it has also been known to host quarter horse flat races from time to time.