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  • John Henry – King of the Turf

    On the 8th of October 2007, the horse racing industry bid farewell to one of their racing greats and a living legend, John Henry. He did not start out as a racing favorite and many did not think ...

  • A Filly to Watch

    Sunday, March 12 2006 will be more memorable than most days for top trainer David Hofmans and for owners John and Jerry Amerman as well. The beautiful and spirited Balance, daughter of Thunder ...

  • Remembering the 2006 Horse Racing Season

    As enter the 2007 Racing Season, who can help but to rub their hands together in anticipation of watching the upcoming juveniles show what they are made of. Street Sense, winner of the 2006 ...

  • Liam’s Dream Wins Cicada Stakes

    Named after a magnificent filly that was voted the champion filly consecutively in 1961, 1962 and 1963, the Cicada Stakes was first run in 1993 and is now an annual event at the Aqueduct ...

  • Shareholders Get More Freedom

    Mezey Howarth Racing Stables Inc was founded by Lord J. Wade Mezey (Chairman and CEO) and Brian J. Meshkin (Director). It is a thoroughbred racing company that deals will all the aspects of ...

  • Wild Again Laid to Rest

    “We all knew this day would come, but that doesn’t make it any easier to accept,” an emotional Robert Clay commented in the wake of Wild Again being euthanized. “At 28 years old, he lived a long ...

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RESOURCES AND ARTICLES

  • Australian Racing Board

    The Australian Racing Board is a national administrative body for thoroughbred racing in the country. It manages the Principal Racing Authorities of every territory in Australia. The board carries the responsibility of ensuring that thoroughbred racing throughout the country is held according to a set of general practices and conditions with integrity.

  • Turfway Park in Kentucky

    Located near Erlanger, Kentucky, Turfway Park is a thoroughbred flat racing track which conducts two meets every year and which offers 365-day simulcast coverage of tracks across the country. It hosts a large number of stakes races during the fall and spring and as a result has gained quite a reputation in the racing industry.

  • Ladbroke at the Meadows Horse Racing Track in Pennsylvania

    Ladbroke at the Meadows is often called ‘one of Pittsburgh’s best kept secrets’ as none would assume that this pretty little racetrack could be quite so popular. The track opened in the 1960s and has since gained a reputation for being an outstanding harness racing facility. It has also become a central part of Pittsburgh’s professional sports scene.

  • Advertising on HorseRacing.com

    About Us HorseRacing.com was established in 1995 and was one of the first web sites devoted exclusively to horse racing with news, events, results, original content, and blogs. The site has been exclusively managed by HorseRacing.com, which has overseen all development, editorial services and design.HorseRacing.com is strongly branded in the horse racing market as the HorseRacing ...

  • Churchill Downs Race Track in Kentucky

    Kentucky's Churchill Downs is situated on Louisville's Central Avenue and is best-known as the venue for the annual Kentucky Derby. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1986, Churchill Downs race track was opened in 1897. Its first year was filled with action as both the Kentucky Oaks and the Kentucky Derby were run here for the first time. Churchill Downs is operated by Churchill Downs ...

  • Quarter Horse Racing

    The American Quarter Horse was originally bred for sprinting short distances – usually anything up to a quarter mile - but this breed has also been found to make a good working horse on cattle ranches and to be a superior show horse in rodeo events, such as barrel racing, where its exceptional agility and bouts of speed enable excellent performances. It is widely believed to be one of the ...