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  • Curlin to Retire

    This year has been marked with a number of memorable horses being retired for various reasons, in all the different sectors of the horse racing industry. Names such as Benny the Bull, Big Brown, ...

  • Deep Impact Foals Shine at Japan Sale

    The Japan Racing Horse Association had been very reserved on commenting on their July select sale, which started on Tuesday, 15 July 2008. Due to the very slow economy in Japan at the moment, it ...

  • Dubai World Cup Victory for Curlin

    While the ladies who attended the Dubai World Cup at the Nad Al Sheba Racecourse were showing off their fashionable designs, in hopes of winning first place, the tension and anticipation for ...

  • Frankel Makes His 2011 Debut

    The Group 3 Greenham Stakes took place at Newbury Racecourse on Saturday, 16 April 2011, and had a contender field of six talented horses. One the contenders, Frankel, was making his 2011 debut. ...

  • Fonner Park in Tonight Rainbow’s Future

    The Grasmick Stakes, for three year old horses and older, will be run on the 21st of February 2009 over a distance of four furlongs at Fonner Park. With a purse of $10 000, there will be many ...

  • Top Harness Racing during the Classic Series

    The Classic Series is a harness racing series that takes place in four stages. There are three preliminary legs to the series, and to be eligible for the finals in the Classic Series ...

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RESOURCES AND ARTICLES

  • Illinois Racetracks

    Illinois boasts a wide variety of horse racing tracks where racing enthusiasts are able to enjoy various types of racing. There is also a great horse racing history to explore when visiting some of the older race tracks in Illinois.

  • Emirates Racing Authority

    The Emirates Racing Authority is a vital governing body for the United Arab Emirates' horse racing industry. Internationally recognized as the main authority in horse racing for the region, the Emirates Racing Authority is responsible for the administration of horse racing along with the implementation of vital UAE Rules of Racing, licensing of racehorse trainers, licensing of jockeys, ...

  • Louisiana Race Tracks

    The history of horse racing in the State of Louisiana, located in the southern region of the USA, can be traced back to the mid-1800s with the Fair Grounds Race Course first opening in 1852 as the Union Race Course. This historic race course in New Orleans hosts, among others, the Louisiana Derby, New Orleans Handicap, Silverbulletday Stakes and Bayou Breeders' Cup Handicap. With more than ...

  • Jenny Wilson

    Jenny Wilson works as a Research Editor for Horse Racing Simulation LLC (Las Vegas, NV) as well as being a freelance writer.

  • Sunland Park Horse Racing Track in New Mexico

    Established in 1959, the Sunland Park Racetrack has enjoyed a long and profitable history. In the 1960s and 1970s the track was one of the main gateways to the East and West when it came to top racing talent. Many a great thoroughbred has shaped its career on the Sunland Park Racetrack and hundreds of racehorses and jockeys continue to jumpstart their careers here today.

  • Horse Racing In Scotland

    Five race courses and less than 100 days of horse racing - the numbers are not impressive by global standards, so why is the sport such a big deal in Scotland? Why do horse racing enthusiasts with more modern and ostensibly better facilities in and near their home cities long to see top events in this mysterious land? How does Scotland compete with racecourses in England, some of which ...