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  • Nathaniel Heading to the Arc

    Inaugurated in 1951, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes is a prestigious Grade 1 event that is hosted at Ascot Racecourse. It is a one mile and four furlong racing event, or 2 414 ...

  • Belmont Stakes Review

    There was a lot of excitement leading up to this weekend’s Belmont Stakes race, but few could have predicted the final outcome of the event. With jockey Calvin Borel facing the chance to become ...

  • The Akhal-Teke Breed in Horse Racing

    At first glance, you would think that you were looking at a Thoroughbred horse. But then he walks out into the sun and an almost blinding metallic glow ripples across his coat and muscles and ...

  • Are Profits Sustainable from Wagering on Horse Races?

    Techniques of odds betting in horse racing sport have changed for ever since the development of related software. The best veterans have always struggled to keep track of myriad variables in ...

  • "Secretariat" – Portrayal of a Champion

    Born on March 30, 1970, and going on to reach legendary status with his 31-length lead at the 1973 Belmont Stakes, resulting in a U.S. Triple Crown win, Secretariat was a horse that will long be ...

  • Coleman Covets Little Brown Jug

    Hosted by the Delaware County Agricultural Society since 1946 and taking place annually on the third Thursday following Labor Day at the County Fairgrounds, the Little Brown Jug is a harness ...

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  • New Mexico Racetracks

    New Mexico has a wonderful selection of horse racing facilities for racing enthusiasts to enjoy, including the Sunland Park Raceway, Ruidoso Downs Racetrack, Sunray Racecourse and Downs at Albuquerque. It also has a deep rooted horse racing heritage that is evident at tracks such as the Ruidoso Downs Racetrack that has been the venue for live horse racing action since 1947. It later became ...

  • Horse Racing Strategies by Jockeys

    The Jockey is an integral part of the horse racing “team”, and poor jockeying has often led to even a “favored” horse losing a race he should have won. When savvy bettors and handicappers evaluate the merits of a winning horse and the odds of victory, they will also carefully consider the jockeys as well. For most punters, a combination of a reputable jockey and a horse’s bloodline, ...

  • Florida Racetracks

    To most horsemen around the world, Florida is synonymous with world class horse racing. This is due to its longstanding relationship with the "Sport of Kings" and its numerous race tracks that have sprung up and developed since horse racing was introduced here.

  • Flemington Horse Racing Track in Australia

    Mark Twain was almost never at a loss for words, so any horse racing enthusiast who has not yet been to the Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne can well imagine the charms of a track which stunned even the fabled man of words into sheer amazement! Actually, Mark Twain’s dumbfounded response at the spectacle of Australia’s most glorious horse racing gem was rather eloquent, for mere words do ...

  • Gillespie County Fair and Festival Association Horse Racing Track in Texas

    Gillespie County Fair & Festivals Association in Fredericksburg, Texas, runs exciting horse racing events during the annual county fair. The race track at the Gillespie County Fair attracts large numbers of racegoers during the racing season. Eager racing fans can also enjoy a variety of fun activities and events for the entire family.

  • New York Racing Association

    The New York Racing Association is not a track but rather a non-profit management group. The association is responsible for the running of the three largest thoroughbred horse-racing tracks in New York – the Aqueduct Racetrack, Belmont Park and the Saratoga Race Course. All three of these tracks are carefully managed to ensure that the best facilities possible are made available for racing ...