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  • The Eagerly Anticipated Dan Patch Awards

    In the world of harness racing, the Dan Patch Awards are held in high esteem. Every year, the U.S. Harness Writers Association members cast their votes, with only the names of the three front ...

  • Gloomy Prospects for 2009

    The troubled economy seems to have made life very difficult for a number of industries and the toll it has taken on the horse racing industry is becoming increasingly visible. Now, looking ...

  • Rachel Alexandra makes Preakness history

    During the running of the Kentucky Derby, Mine That Bird had the crowd on their feet with a spectacular victory. Coming into the Preakness Stakes however, a surprise and late entry, would upset ...

  • Haskell Conquered by Lookin’ At Lucky

    With a $1m purse to be won, the Haskell Invitational Handicap is one of the premier horse racing events on the racing calendar. Inaugurated in 1968, the race was established to pay tribute to ...

  • Unveiling of Prix l’Arc de Triomphe Trophy

    On the third and forth of October 2009, the entire horse racing community will have their attention turned to the prestigious Qatar Prix l’Arc de Triomphe weekend, where sixteen thoroughbred ...

  • Mill Duckie – GR Kelt Memorial Hopeful

    On the first weekend of October, each year, the Hastings Racecourse in New Zealand comes alive with spectacular horse racing action. The GR Kelt Memorial, is a Group 3 event, run over a distance ...

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  • The Morning Line

    Most people involved with the horse racing industry already know about "The Morning Line". If you're new to sport of horse racing, then the Morning Line will become an invaluable tool. Here, we will examine the day's live horse racing results and provide commentary on the odds of the various horses and insight into trainers, jockeys and owners with particularly noteworthy thoroughbreds.

  • New Hampshire Racetracks

    Organizations such as the New Hampshire Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission and the New Hampshire Quarter Horse Association oversee all horse related events and competitions in New Hampshire. Promoting the sport and ensuring that events are fair and compliant to the rules and regulations, means racing enthusiasts can enjoy exciting days filled with live horse racing action.

  • HorseRacing.com RSS

    Subscribe to Horseracing.com's RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds to get instant RSS Feeds from Horseracing.comWhat is RSS? RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing Web content, such as news headlines or blog articles. Using an RSS reader, you can view data feeds from various sources, such as Horseracing.com, including headlines, ...

  • Horse Racing Wagering

    Truths and fables are so intricately inter-woven in horse racing circles that separating the two can be quite a task! Some of the most voluble ‘friends’ can be entirely misleading, as they proffer tips without substance or good intent. Horse racing has a glamorous image of fashionable people making daring bets, but the reality is about the serious following of a most competitive sport!

  • Horse Racing Information and Results

    In this section we will help you find out who is hot and who's not in the horse racing information and results circles. In the coming months we will introduce you to handicappers that can provide the latest horse racing news, and all the winning selections. Come join us in our club house- you will never settle for the infield again to see horse racing!