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  • Rachel Alexandra Captures Lady’s Secret

    Monmouth Park was buzzing with excitement and anticipation on Saturday, 24 July 2010, as spectators and horses were preparing for the Lady's Secret Stakes. This breathtaking Group 1 thoroughbred ...

  • Retirement on Lava Man’s Horizon

    Lava Man is probably one of the most legendary horses on the track today. The seven year old gelding went from being a $50 000 claiming horse, to a racing phenomenon. But lately, even though he ...

  • Pitman Wins National Trainers’ Premiership

    Michael Pitman has been a trainer for twenty-nine years and has worked with some of the best horses New Zealand has to offer. His patience and passion for horse racing finally paid off when it ...

  • Do Heart Murmurs Affect Performance?

    To understand the workings of a heart murmur, it is important to know how the heart operates in horses. The average sized horse has a heart that is the size of a basketball and it is the centre ...

  • O’Brian Possibly Heading to Australia

    Whether or not we see some of the best horses from Aiden O’Brian compete in three of the leading horse racing events in Australia, will all depend on quarantine negotiations. As O’Brian and his ...

  • Big Brown’s Little Girl

    The new year brings new hope for the future of Girl Power with the birth of almost Triple Crown winner Big Brown's first foal. As evidenced by this past Monday's Eclipse Awards, the 2009 ...

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  • Epsom Downs Racecourse in England

    Situated in the heart of Epsom Downs, the Epsom Downs Racecourse is often referred to as the cradle of British horse racing. This world-class horse racing facility is surrounded by breathtaking scenery and is one of the most famous race courses in the world. It is also one of the most testing trips in flat horse racing, with the horseshoe shaped Derby course of a mile and a half being ...

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  • Horse Racing in South Africa

    It would be harsh to judge horse racing in isolation of its environment. South Africa is emerging in to the modern world in many respects, and is a land of extremes between extravagant living and social disorder; the horse racing scene is not dissimilar!

  • Arapahoe Park Horse Racing Track in Colorado

    Arapahoe Park race track, located in Aurora Colorado was reopened in 1992, offering racegoers some of the most exciting events around. With live races taking place every week Saturday through Monday, and simulcast racing the rest of the week, Arapahoe Park certainly keeps the excitement going. Enjoy a variety of stakes including thoroughbred racing, quarter horse stakes, appaloosa ...

  • Wyoming Racetracks

    Located in the Western United States, Wyoming features the majestic Rocky Mountain West range, while the eastern region of the State boasts the wide open spaces of the High Plains. With the nickname of the "Cowboy State" it is no surprise that horse-related activities are popular in Wyoming and the State's yoming Downs horse racing track, located in Evaston, is a popular venue for live ...

  • British Racecourse Association

    The British Racecourse Association (RCA) is a trade organisation which represents 58 of Britain’s racecourses and which organises and oversees a number of races across the country. It is also one of the major bodies within the horse racing industry in Britain, both in terms of size and importance. It oversees both flat racing and jumping and is located in Winkfield Road in Ascot, Berkshire.