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  • Legendary Trainer Greg Gilchrist Retires

    Lost in the Fog is a horse that is remembered by every horse racing enthusiast, as his brief but victorious horse racing career was cut short due to cancer. Winning events such as the Maiden ...

  • Why You Should Back the NTRA

    Horse racing lovers all over the world may support or oppose President Bush, but his exclusion of our favorite sport from his new gambling ban is certainly a matter for universal celebration! ...

  • Summer Bird Retires from Horse Racing

    With the magnificent Birdstone (winner of the 2004 Belmont Stakes) as his sire, and out of the mare Hong Kong Squall, there were high hopes for race horse Summer Bird. During his career he did ...

  • Function of the Alberta Breed Improvement Program

    Improving the breeding and quality of horses is the main focus of the Alberta Breed Improvement Program. By evaluating certain characteristics in a particular horse, the evaluators are able to ...

  • Cheltenham 100/1 Stonkers

    As regular followers of my Cheltenham Blogs would know, I like an each way punt. Something at a tasty price which comes in gives me great pleasure. I would compare it to Adele eating a big mac, ...

  • New Logo for a New Start

    The closing of the Great Lakes Downs Racecourse last year sent shock waves throughout Michigan and was seen as a horrific loss by horse racing enthusiasts. Fortunately Jerry Campbell and his ...

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  • 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.

  • Killarney Race Track in Ireland

    Situated in the picturesque countryside of Killarney, the Killarney Racecourse enjoys a reputation as one of the prettiest racecourses in the country. This stunning venue plays host to a number of large races every year and provides ample facilities for jockeys, trainers, owners and the general public. Combined with the natural beauty of the many equine athletes who take to the racetrack, ...

  • Iowa Horse RaceTracks

    Prairie Meadows Racecourse is a relative late-comer to the world of horse racing, only receiving a license in 1984 from the Iowa State Racing Commission. This racecourse has however catapulted Iowa into the racing limelight, and has become one of the leading racecourses in the industry. It was the first racecourse to be built in Iowa, and opened its doors to the public on 1 March 1989. Over ...

  • 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.

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  • Laurel Park Horse Racing Track in Maryland

    Laurel Park racetrack, located in Laurel, Maryland, is an exceptional horse racing venue that has been in operation since 1911. Offering some of the most exciting events on the thoroughbred racing calendar, Laurel Park, keeps racegoers happy with excellent facilities and a vibrant atmosphere.