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  • Aqueduct Racecourse Makeover

    The Aqueduct Racecourse in Queens, New York, is a part of the city’s history as it was officially opened in 1894. During 1959 the track was rebuilt, and over the years renovations and ...

  • Stem Cell Research Offers Hope for Treatment of Injuries

    The importance and positive results in the use of stem cell therapy has been proven a number of times, as scientists and researchers work tirelessly to find ways of repairing injuries suffered ...

  • Santa Anita’s Season Starts on New Track

    When the 25-day autumn meet began at Santa Anita on September 26, it was with a brand new dirt track consisting of El Segundo sand excavated from construction sites at Los Angeles International ...

  • Seabiscuit honored

    The 2009 Preakness Stakes, which was hosted by the Pimlico Racecourse, did not only provide spectators with thrilling live horse racing action, but also held a ceremony on the 14th of May, to ...

  • Halfway to Heaven another Feather in O’Brian’s Cap

    It seems to be the year for Aiden O’Brian, as he raked in his seventeenth Group 1 victory with Halfway To Heaven on Sunday, 3 August 2008, at the Nassau Stakes held at Goodwood. But, just as ...

  • International Museum of the Horse

    The International Museum of the Horse has been in existence since 1978 and is dedicated to educating the public on the vital role these graceful animals have played in the lives of humans over ...

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  • Endurance Horse Racing

    Endurance riding or racing is a popular equestrian sport which involves traveling long distances. High-level races can be up to 100 miles or even longer and take between 10 to 12 hours. Endurance horse racing is very much a family sport and people of all ages participate in the adventure.

  • Podcasts

    Free horse racing podcasts are a great way to keep up-to-date with the latest horse racing developments from around the world. Video podcasts of horse races allow you to see the action as championship horses and jockeys speed toward the finish line. Organizations hosting horse racing podcasts often have teams of experts providing commentary on horse races as well as extensive information and ...

  • Peachtree Racing Stable Inc.

    Peachtree Racing Stable Inc. in Florida is well known amongst America's leading thoroughbred horse racing stables. Owned by John P. Fort, the stables were set up in 1981. Fort's extensive knowledge and experience has placed his business at the forefront of establishing horse racing partnerships. Peachtree's main objectives are to produce exquisite championship thoroughbred racehorses, which ...

  • Aqueduct Race Track in New York

    The Aqueduct Racetrack is the only racetrack that is located within the New York City limits. In operation since 1894, the track was built for thoroughbred flat racing. It was first remodeled and renovated in 1941 when a new clubhouse and track office was built. In 1959 a new track was built to replace the old one and in 1975, an inner track was built for winter racing. Today this fully ...

  • Fredericton Raceway in Canada

    Situated in New Brunswick, Canada, the Fredericton Raceway is a great place to go for live harness racing. Part of a massive exhibition ground, the track is nearly two centuries old. The Fredericton Raceway and Exhibition started life as the Fredericton Race Course Grounds. Because of the success of the racecourse grounds and the surrounding festivities, it wasn’t long before it became the ...

  • Thoroughbred Flat Horse Racing - The Sport of Kings

    Of the many different forms of horse racing taking place today, thoroughbred racing, or flat racing, is probably the most popular and the most well known. In this form of racing, a horse has to race competitors over a certain set distance. The track is usually oval in shape and the surface can be dirt, turf (grass) or all-weather which is usually synthetic. There are no obstacles on the ...