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  • Sadler’s Wells retired from Stud

    May 2008, will be remembered by the horse racing community as the month when the racing industry lost two of its greatest sires. Storm Cat was retired on the heels of the announcement from ...

  • Somebeachsomewhere is a Pacing Champion

    On 25 May 2005, a racing legend in the making was born. Somebeachsomewhere is a standardbred horse that was sired by Mach Three and is out of dam Wheres The Beach, a Beach Towl mare. Brent ...

  • Jumps Racing Season Starts At Warwick

    Near the breathtaking Warwick Castle, lies a historic horse racing track that overflows with charm and beauty and has been the venue of horse racing events since the early 1740’s; Warwick ...

  • Careers in Horse Racing Regulation

    The industry of horse racing is one of adventure, excitement and adrenalin. It is at the many racecourses around the world that speed, strength and endurance are tested everyday, and spectators ...

  • Basics of Odds Betting in Horse Racing

    Where and how can a newcomer start sports betting in horse racing? Most of the web sites are full of jargon and confusing tables. Some gambling sites are suspicious, and one never knows whether ...

  • A Tribute to the First Triple Crown Winner

    The level of excitement generated for the Belmont Stakes was largely driven by the hope that California Chrome would become the first winner of the Triple Crown since Affirmed's victory in 1978, ...

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  • Alameda County Fair Race Track in California

    Perhaps the best part about spending a day at the races at the Alameda County Fair grounds is the bubbling atmosphere and friendly faces. Each year this great track enjoys a line-up of superb thoroughbred horse races which generally take place between June and July and correspond to the dates of the annual Alameda County Fair. In this way the racing programs makes up part of the fair ...

  • Weatherbys - Vital Services for the Horse Racing Industry

    Weatherbys plays a number of vital roles in the British horse racing industry. A central administrative organization, Weatherbys is also a bank and keeper of the Thoroughbred Breed Register. This well respected group offers a comprehensive range of services and products to the horse racing community in Britain.

  • Fonner Park Horse Racing Track in Nebraska

    One of the centres of Nebraska’s thoroughbred horse racing industry since 1954, Fonner Park is a beautiful horse racing venue set amidst a number of great attractions. If you love racing and are planning a trip to Nebraska soon, then Fonner Park would make the perfect addition to your list of things to do. Even if you visit when there are no live races, the track enjoys simulcast coverage of ...

  • Timonium Horse Racing Track in Maryland

    Timonium Race Track in Baltimore, Maryland, is a prime summer thoroughbred racing venue. Horse racing events are held in conjunction with the fun-filled Maryland State Fair. With great facilities and great horse racing, the fair at the Timonium Fairgrounds should not be missed.

  • River Downs Horse Racing Track in Ohio

    The River Downs Racetrack has been entertaining race fans for nearly three-quarters of a century. While keeping up with the changing times, the track has never lost that special atmosphere which sets it apart from most other tracks. Located in Kellogg Avenue, Cincinnati, River Downs hosts live racing and also enjoys simulcast coverage.

  • Raceway Park in Toledo, Ohio

    Raceway Park in Toledo, Ohio, is a prestigious harness racing track hosting some of the most outstanding races in the country. Live harness racing is enjoyed by racegoers from March to December and simulcast racing is a year-round feature, making Raceway Park the choice of many bettors. With a full schedule, Raceway Park is always lively and entertaining.