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  • Breeders Cup: Watch out for Lava Man!

    Falling leaves are not the only sign of autumn if you love horse racing as The Breeders Cup, which takes place every November, generates enthusiastic debate and speculation about who will win. ...

  • New Members Appointed to CHRB

    The California Horse Racing Board is responsible for enforcing the horse racing laws of the state, ensuring that regulations are abided by, supervising racetrack wagering and taking action ...

  • An Exciting 2008 Season Ahead for Val Taurus

    Trotting is a very popular form of horse racing in Quebec, and one of the highly celebrated horses from the province goes by the name of Val Taurus. Having proved his worth as a trotting horse ...

  • Four-Year-Old Frankel Going Strong

    Having crossed the finish line first nine times in nine starts, Frankel will be racing as a four-year-old in the 2012 flat racing calendar starting with the one-mile Lockinge Stakes at Newbury ...

  • Boost for Ayr Gold Cup Festival

    The John Smith’s Ayr Gold Cup Festival is being held from the 18th to the 20th of September 2008 at the Ayr Racecourse in the United Kingdom. A massive crowd of over twenty-five thousand ...

  • Aiming for the Prestigious Eclipse Awards

    Every year many breeders and owners hold onto the hope that their horse will walk away with one of the prestigious Eclipse Awards, such as the Horse of the Year Award. It is a ceremony that has ...

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  • Dover Downs Horse Racing Track in Delaware

    Imagine - if you can - the thrill of combining your love for harness racing with your passion for NASCAR racing. Impossible? Not if you come to Dover Downs. This great racing complex in Delaware will thrill and excite you as it offers both sports on separate tracks within walking distance of each other. You can catch your favourite horse early in the morning then simply walk over to the ...

  • Genetics in Race Horse Breeding

    New Trends in Breeding Horse Racing ChampionsBreeding improved animals has always fascinated horse racing lovers. It has become a time honored tradition to extend the life of male horses particularly as studs, long after they are too old to race, or even slightly injured. Many wagers are placed on the basis of ancestry, rather than evidence of current performance.

  • Ruidoso Downs Horse Racing Track in New Mexico

    The Ruidoso Downs Racetrack was first opened for racing in 1947 with a brilliant racing program and a fun-filled, eventful day. People flocked to the track to see finely bred horses striding for first place, their lean, muscled bodies stretching further and further until they cross the finish line to the applause and roar of the crowds. Wagers were placed and money was made and lost but most ...

  • 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 ...

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  • Fresno Horse Racing Track in California

    The Big Fresno Fair held in Fresno, California, offers one of the most fun-filled racing seasons in the state. Racegoers will have a ball watching thoroughbred, Arabian, quarter horse, Appaloosa and mule racing whilst enjoying a number of other entertainment options. Add to this satellite wagering, and you have a complete entertainment venue for the entire family.