Featured Articles

  • Retirement to Kentucky Horse Park for Funny Cide

    The Kentucky Horse Park is a facility that is dedicated to horses and educating the public on these magnificent animals. Located on a picturesque one thousand two hundred acre piece of land, the ...

  • Golden Gate Fields’ New Track Surface

    The California Horse Racing Board has demanded that its five biggest horse racing tracks have synthetic track surfaces installed before the end of 2007 if they want to continue racing at their ...

  • A day to Remember for Sumacha’hot

    The atmosphere was electric at Laurel Park Racecourse on Saturday, 26 September 2009, and spectators were scrambling to get their bets in and seats secured. The main race of the day was the Jim ...

  • Glory at Hoosier Park

    The Hoosier Cup Night takes place on 28 June 2008 at the Hoosier Park Racecourse. The total purses for the evening are estimated at over $1 million and the $100 000 Indiana Sire Stakes Final ...

  • Royal Ascot Results: Five Action-packed Days

    Many had been eagerly awaiting the thrills of Royal Ascot, and when the entourage of horses and riders came into sight the spectators started to cheer. Following the riders were the horse drawn ...

  • Henrythenavigator Suffers Unfortunate Defeat

    Up until now Henrythenavigator has run some exciting first place finishes. But his ability to turn up the turf at top speeds does not translate so well to mud, so when he left the starting gates ...

Load more

RESOURCES AND ARTICLES

  • 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 Breeders

    The Magical Allure of Horse BreedsHorse breeds with amazing abilities to race and to compete, are no longer the stuff of science fiction! The latest developments in the Life Sciences make it possible to produce new horse breeds with desirable traits of physical strength and great mental courage. A mule has already been cloned, which means that science is ready to produce unlimited copies ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • National Thoroughbred Racing Association

    The National Thoroughbred Racing Association is an organization in the United States of America that acts as the chief governing body over thoroughbred horse racing in the country. The NTRA also has jurisdiction over the World Thoroughbred Racing Championship, more commonly known as the Breeders' Cup in North America. A number of other groups, clubs and organizations fall under the National ...

  • Canterbury Park Horse Racing Track in Minnesota

    Canterbury Park, in Shakopee, Minnesota, is both a horse racing track and a card club. When the excitement of the day's racing comes to an end many opt to continue the adventure with a game of poker or blackjack. Canterbury Park Racetrack offers a unique race day experience with all the trimmings, and is set to impress avid racegoers.