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  • Kindling New Flames of Public Passion in Horse Racing

    History does not support the spread of horse racing as a popular sport. It has a record of being the preserve of royalty and the wealthy. However, there is no reason why everyone should not ...

  • Jockey James Doyle Claims Triple Victory at Ascot

    Jockey James Doyle is in the spotlight after his fantastic performances on day two of the Royal Ascot where he rode Al Kazeen to victory in the Group One Prince of Wales' Stakes, took first ...

  • Excitement Surrounds All-Russia Derby Prize

    In North America, the Breeders’ Cup was first run in 1984 and is the climax of the horse racing season. The creation of this horse racing event eventually began inspiring other countries to host ...

  • Gulfstream, Calder Clash Over Race Dates

    Gulfstream Park racecourse broke its 75-year tradition as a winter-only horseracing venue when its summer meet kicked off on July 1, 2013. The occasion was also the latest event in what has come ...

  • Lucky Quality is a Horse to Watch

    The magnificent sprinter, and now leading sire, Elusive Quality, is once again making a name for himself in the horse racing industry, as his progeny show superior racing talent on the ...

  • Triscay Revival at Magic Millions

    Triscay is a legendary horse that had a distinguished career in the horse racing industry and excelled as a brood mare. She died in March 2006, leaving behind a legacy of excellence, strength ...

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  • Turf Paradise Horse Racing Track in Arizona

    It all started in 1954 when a businessman by the name of Walter Cluer bought 1,400 acres of barren desert and set about realising his dream of building a first-class race track in Phoenix. Cluer was a millwork founder, a manufacturer and a horse owner, but even though he’d enjoyed so much success in other fields, many thought his latest project was badly timed and destined to fail. They ...

  • Horse Racing Tracks

    Why is it that some race tracks attract world wide attention in horse racing, while others flounder? It is bad enough that local pressure groups link horse racing to nefarious activity with which it is not related in reality, so every racecourse which gets support from local people and regulators has to become a commercial success. There are many ways for owners to achieve this kind of ...

  • Ellis Park Race Track in Kentucky

    Ellis Park Racetrack in Kentucky's Henderson was originally established in 1922 by the Green River Jockey Club. This lovely racecourse hosts many outstanding events through the season which runs from July through to Labor Day. Racegoers from Kentucky and surrounding States gather at Henderson's Ellis Park during the race season for an exciting day at the races.

  • Oakwood Horse Racing Farms

    Located just one hour west of St. Louis, Missouri, you will find the stunning Oakwood Farm thoroughbred breeding facility. Situated in the heart of Missouri Wine Country, Oakwood Farm combines passion, tradition and technology in an effort to provide excellent facilities and great horses. There is no doubt that resident horses benefit from the grassy paddocks and pastures and big, shady ...

  • Nigel Ridgway

    Nigel Ridgway is a guest writer for HorseRacing.com and also writes for EpsomDerby.org.

  • 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.