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  • Spelling Out a Brilliant Future for Horse Racing

    Imagine horse racing throughout the day, during all seasons and all 7 days of the week! Think of slot machines, dining and other entertainment options at race tracks. What if you could take part ...

  • Belmont Stakes Goes on as NYRA Restructured

    As competitors prepare for the third and final leg of the US Triple Crown, the Belmont Stakes, taking place on June 7 at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York, the New York Racing Association (NYRA) ...

  • Bid to Save Canterbury Park

    Many of the workers at Canterbury Park have been working at the track for most of their lives and horse owners have been supporting the track faithfully for many years. As with most horse racing ...

  • 2010 Horseman of the Year

    Each year jockeys hope that their performances and racing careers will be enough for them to receive the prestigious Warner L. Jones Jr. Horseman of the Year Award, an award that is presented by ...

  • Anne Holland’s Book Features Malahide Hero

    The small town of Malahide, is located in Ireland, a short distance away from the bustling city of Dublin. Not many people have even heard of this quaint town, but in a newly released book by ...

  • California Chrome’s Royal Debut

    "Impossible," was Rae Guest’s reply when he was asked about California Chrome's chances at his Royal Ascot debut this June 17th. Don't you just love those one-worded replies? So definitive, ...

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  • Kentucky Race Tracks

    The Commonwealth of Kentucky in the United States is well known for it bluegrass music, bourbon distilleries, thoroughbred horse breeding and horse racing. This vibrant Southern state is clearly not short on hospitality and this is evident at Kentucky's horse racing tracks, the majority of which, in addition to the main attraction of horse racing, offer activities for the whole family to ...

  • Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation - A Bright Future Ahead

    The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation has been in operation for more than two decades with the objective of saving thoroughbred horses who can no longer compete and are faced with possible abuse, neglect or slaughter. Throughout the years, the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation has made homes available for many racehorses who've come to the end of their racing careers.

  • Hazel Park Horse Racing Track in Michigan

    Hazel Park Raceway, located in Michigan on East Ten Mile Road, is known for hosting some of the greatest harness racing events in the United States. A lovely track, exciting racing, simulcasting and fantastic facilities means only the best for eager racegoers.

  • Harrington Raceway in Delaware

    Situated in Harrington, Delaware, the Harrington Raceway is a great place to go if you are looking for some live harness racing action. The track is located in Rider Road and it offers betting almost every night of the year – whether on live races, through simulcast off-track betting or on some other fun activity. The grounds are also used to host the annual fair and this helps to draw ...

  • Balmoral Park Horse Racing Track in Illinois

    Balmoral Park in Crete, Illinois, is a popular year-round harness racing track that has been running since 1925. Boasting excellent racing events, top steeds, brilliant drivers and excellent facilities, Balmoral Park race track also hosts simulcast racing, so the good times never end.

  • Horse Racing in Hong Kong

    Unusual Event Seasons for Horse RacingHong Kong has enchanting weather during the UK winter, and this former British colony continues to be a big draw for people from the United Kingdom. Certainly it has lost little of the special charm that regents from London built up over the course of more than a century. Many tourists think of Hong Kong as a shopper’s paradise, while those from the ...