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  • Inductees to the Delaware Park Wall of Fame

    Delaware Park Racecourse was constructed and opened in 1937 and has enjoyed a long and successful history in the horse racing industry. Last year, the Delaware Park Racecourse unveiled its ...

  • Zenyatta, Queen of the Racecourse

    Everyone in the horse racing industry has been watching the performances by Zenyatta very closely. Together with Rachel Alexandra, she has been dominating the racing scene. But with Rachel ...

  • Viva Pataca Retires

    For six years Viva Pataca was the Chinese racing sensation, and his racing career proves what a magnificent horse he is. He has had forty-four starts during his career, where he placed third in ...

  • The Vodafone Oaks

    Not every thoroughbred can withstand the horse racing challenge of the track at the Epsom Downs. That is why feminists should cheer the Vodafone Oaks, for it is for fillies alone! Racecourse ...

  • Hannon Creates Millionaires

    Just outside of Dublin, Ireland, is the town of Kildare, which is home to one of the most historic racecourses in the country. Horse racing has been hosted by the Curragh Racecourse since 1741, ...

  • Three in a Row

    A festival is on at the famous Cheltenham race track in the UK until this Friday March 17. The first two days have been difficult for wagers, with intense competition for places and wins. ...

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  • Buying a Horse

    Whether for racing or leisure, buying a horse can be either a labor of love or a difficult and frustrating experience. There are many factors to consider before buying a race horse, such as cost, the responsibility of caring for an intelligent and sensitive animal, as well as horse training and education.

  • Horse Racing in Asia

    Horse racing in Asia seems to have taken a step back in time if we consider the rich genetic resources of the continent with respect to equine species. Martial races used horses for farming and transport, apart from in war, and new breeds were brought in from exotic parts of the globe at regular intervals. However, it was left to the British to introduce modern horse racing to Asia.

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  • 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.

  • Fredericton Raceway in Canada

    Situated in New Brunswick, Canada, the Fredericton Raceway is a great place to go for live harness racing. Part of a massive exhibition ground, the track is nearly two centuries old. The Fredericton Raceway and Exhibition started life as the Fredericton Race Course Grounds. Because of the success of the racecourse grounds and the surrounding festivities, it wasn’t long before it became the ...

  • Ohio Race Tracks

    With no less than eight well maintained and well supported horse racing facilities, thoroughbred, short quarter horse and harness racing takes place throughout the year in the State of Ohio. Established in 1923, Beulah Park horse racing track, located near Grove City with easy access to downtown Columbus, has the distinction of being Ohio's first thoroughbred race track and continues to ...