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  • A Day of Triumph and Tribute

    The eighth race on Saturday, 11 September 2010, which was hosted at Belmont Park Race Course was a race that will be long remembered for the connections of Aces Mark. The fact he placed second ...

  • Believe You Can Out, Grace Hall Favorite for Saratoga’s Alabama

    Fans are no doubt disappointed by the news that Believe You Can will not be running Saturday's Grade 1 Alabama at Saratoga Race Course. Trainer Larry Jones noted that nothing major was wrong ...

  • Curlin – Horse of the Year at Eclipse Awards

    Just over a year ago no one would have guessed that the beautiful male horse, getting ready for his first racing start, would be outperforming many of his rivals and making a name for himself. ...

  • Sixties Icon, Breeder’s Cup Contender

    Jeremy Noseda is known as one of the top horse racing trainers in Britain. He started his career as a trainer by working closely with trainers such as John Dunlop and John Gosden, from whom he ...

  • Harness Racing at Walworth County Fair

    The first harness racing event took place at the Walworth County Fair in 1898. Ever since, it has been one of the highlights of the festival and this year will be no different. The Annual ...

  • New Health and Safety Initiatives

    In the horse racing industry there are a few power houses that are known to all, and being the second biggest racetrack holdings company, Penn National Gaming Inc. packs a mighty punch when it ...

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  • About The Business of Horse Racing

    Exciting New Business Opportunities in Horse RacingThough new race tracks and reports of horse racing channels on television are always welcome news, electronic technology is beginning to make new inroads for this ancient sport. It started with multi-media on the Internet, and high speed data transfers at affordable prices has brought a new dimension of excitement to simulcast ...

  • 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.

  • Aksarben Horse Racing Track in Nebraska

    Aksarben closed in 1995Aksarben (also Ak-Sar-Ben) made a spectacular entrance to the racing industry on 14 September 1920 when the track was opened with four amazing days of horse racing. There were roughly 8,500 people in attendance and the horse race was followed by a day of auto racing that continued to draw huge crowds. When you consider that Aksarben has survived a ban on ...

  • Cal-Expo Horse Racing Track in California

    If you’re looking for great racing, visit the Capitol Racing track at the Cal-Expo grounds between December and April. During this time the racetrack features a number of great races where you can see nobodies become somebodies all in a few short seconds as they thunder down the final stretch of the racetrack. The track also features a number of notable horses and horse owners competing for ...

  • Maryland Race Tracks

    Located in the Mid Atlantic region of the United States, Maryland has earned the nickname of "America in Miniature" because of its diverse and stunning landscape, and it is in these picturesque settings that Maryland’s world-class horse racing facilities are found. Established in 1870 and located in Baltimore, the Pimlico Race Course is renowned for hosting the Preakness Stakes, the second ...

  • Arizona Racetracks

    Horse racing in Arizona is regulated by the Arizona Department of Racing. Under its watchful eye, tracks such as the Rillito Downs Park Racetrack, Turf Paradise Racecourse and Yavapai Downs Racecourse grow with each passing year, and offer the public exciting live horse racing events to attend.