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  • Mine that Bird ready for West Virginia

    For horse racing enthusiasts in West Virginia, the upcoming West Virginia Derby will be a one of a kind event, but then again, Mine that Bird and his trainer, Bennie “Chip” Woolley Jr. are one ...

  • National Horse Racing Museum in Newmarket

    Horse racing has been a part of Newmarket for centuries, with the Newmarket Racecourse hosting racing events since 1671. With so much horse racing history to share, there is no better way to ...

  • 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! ...

  • Horse Racing Analysis as a Top Winning Technique

    Video replays add greatly to the traditional method of close observation of horse racing events to pick future winners. Connoisseurs of the sport have always delighted at spotting significant ...

  • New Sponsor for British Champions Series

    The thirty-five event British Champions Series will kick off on 30 April 2011 with the Newmarket Rowley Mile. This year, however, there will be a massive change in regard to purses, as a two ...

  • A Reign of 250 Years Ends in British Horse Racing History

    April 2006 is a watershed year for British horse racing, as a new regulator takes charge of the sport in Great Britain.

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  • Epsom Downs Racecourse in England

    Situated in the heart of Epsom Downs, the Epsom Downs Racecourse is often referred to as the cradle of British horse racing. This world-class horse racing facility is surrounded by breathtaking scenery and is one of the most famous race courses in the world. It is also one of the most testing trips in flat horse racing, with the horseshoe shaped Derby course of a mile and a half being ...

  • The Legendary Desert Orchid

    The 13th of November 2006 will remain one of the blackest days, in the history of the National Hunt Racing community. Many tears have been cried, and many will still be cried, each time the name Desert Orchid is spoken. This beautiful and elegant gelding was respected by each rider that had ever mounted him, instilled hope into many admiring hearts and injected courage and ...

  • British Racecourse Association

    The British Racecourse Association (RCA) is a trade organisation which represents 58 of Britain’s racecourses and which organises and oversees a number of races across the country. It is also one of the major bodies within the horse racing industry in Britain, both in terms of size and importance. It oversees both flat racing and jumping and is located in Winkfield Road in Ascot, Berkshire.

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  • Bay Meadows Race Course in California

    Just an hour from the city of San Francisco you will find one of California’s oldest racetracks. The Bay Meadows Racecourse has been in operation since 1934 and, unlike many of the racetracks in the rest of the country, it did not cease to hold races during World War II when there was an international ban on racing. In fact the races at Bay Meadows often continue to be held despite inclement ...

  • Maryland Horse Racing Jockey Club

    A member of the Magna Entertainment Corporation (MEC), Maryland Jockey Club oversees most of the racing industry in the state of Maryland. The club is involved in the ownership and running of a number of tracks across the state including Laurel Park and Pimlico. Under the direction and oversight of MEC, the Maryland Jockey Club provides a number of great services for members of the horse ...