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  • KHRC Approves 2012 Calendar

    There has been some controversy and debate over the fact that the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission recently approved a 2012 racing calendar almost identical to the current year. While the full ...

  • Triple Crown: Alysheba, Charismatic

    A virtually ignored horse before the Derby, Alysheba had a terrific pedigree, as the son of 1978's Alydar, but had only won one of his first nine races and was the bettors' sixth choice at 8-1. ...

  • 74th Hunt Racing Day At Montpelier

    For the 74th time, hunt racing events will return to the Montpelier estate on Saturday, 1 November 2008, and promises to be a day filled with entertainment, racing action and activities. The ...

  • Curlin Still in Top Form

    On Saturday, Curlin once again proved that he deserves his Horse of the Year title. He has not raced on United States soil for a few months now, and after a successful international campaign ...

  • Big Brown Victorious at Haskell Invitational

    On Sunday, 3 August 2008, more than forty thousand fans made their way to Monmouth Park Racecourse to watch the 41st running of the $1 million Haskell Invitational. The air was filled with ...

  • The Coral Scottish Grand National

    In Scotland, one of the most anticipated events of the horse racing season is the Scottish Grand National. From last year, after Coral became the new sponsor, the race will now be known as the ...

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  • 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 ...

  • Horse Shows

    Elegance and Grace to Complement Horse Racing PleasureAlthough thoroughbreds and flat races dominate the world of horse racing, dressage remains it's most enchanting and endearing variation. While dressage steals the limelight briefly during the Olympics, true horse racing enthusiasts enjoy shows throughout the season every year. The spectacle of disciplined and skilled dressage ...

  • Linda Killingsworth

  • National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame

    The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame situated in Saratoga Springs of New York is a fantastic establishment introducing people of all ages to the exciting world of horse racing. Inside the National Museum of Racing visitors will have a wonderful time exploring the interactive programs, memorabilia, exquisite equine art and countless displays giving insight into the history of horse ...

  • Alan Brazil Horse Racing Club

    Alan Brazil has been a fan of horse racing for many years. A regular at the racetrack, he would often stand viewing the parade ring picturing the day when he would be one of the owners beaming with pride. Brazil formed the Racing Club, located at Newmarket, Suffolk, in the UK, back in December of 2003. His aim was to bring together others who feel strongly about horse racing.

  • Horse Racing in England

    Non-Stop Race Track Excitement for Horse Racing EnthusiastsThe race track evokes images of serious punters pouring over information in fine print on betting odds, and incredibly agile jockeys astride fiercely competitive race horses. Yet, there is much more to the charm of race tracks in terms of entertainment value and ambience. They are designed, built and maintained to provide ...