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  • Woodbine Mile Victory for Trade Storm

    Having finished in third place in last year's event, Trade Storm thundered to victory in the 2014 Woodbine Mile on Sunday, his first win for 2014 and his sixth career win. Trained by David ...

  • Synthetic Tracks Make Horse Racing Safer

    Since horse racing is sometimes criticized for its safety record, every effort to avoid accidents during races is worthwhile. Some risks relate to dangerous riding and racing stewards hand out ...

  • All Eyes on I Want Revenge

    The Wood Memorial is a Grade 1 horse racing event that will take place at the Aqueduct Racecourse on Saturday, 4 April 2009 and has a purse amount of $750 000. It is an important race as it is ...

  • Champion Stakes Claimed by New Approach

    Not many horses have the opportunity to retire from racing at the top of their game. New Approach was scheduled for retirement after the Champion Stakes no matter what the outcome, but this ...

  • Grand Zulu Hopes for the Winners Circle

    It was smiles and celebration all around at the 2004 Group One BMW racing event, which was held at Rosehill, when the then three-year old Grand Zulu crossed the finish line in remarkable form. ...

  • Double Loss for Racing Industry

    The 28th of September 2010 will remain a date few members of the horse racing industry will ever forget. Two breathtaking careers came to a sudden end, and while one legend will continue to live ...

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  • Harness Horse Racing

    Within the exciting world of horse racing is a form of racing that is continuously increasing in popularity – Harness Racing. What exactly is harness horse racing? Harness racing is a horse race restricted to standardbred horses which compete in a particular gait. Typically the horses pull a sulky, which is a two-wheeled cart.

  • Gainsborough Horse Racing Stables

    Gainsborough Stables is located in Newmarket along Hamilton Road. This premium horse farm has become well-known as the center of trainer Ed Dunlop's operations. A large number of excellent race horses have a and are being trained at this outstanding facility.

  • Arizona Racetracks

    Horse racing in Arizona is regulated by the Arizona Department of Racing. Under its watchful eye, tracks such as the Rillito Downs Park Racetrack, Turf Paradise Racecourse and Yavapai Downs Racecourse grow with each passing year, and offer the public exciting live horse racing events to attend.

  • Quality Handicapping at the Melbourne Cup

    The Melbourne Cup is Australia’s most popular horse race, and one of the world’s top handicaps. The race is held every year on the first Tuesday in November by the Victoria Racing Club at Melbourne’s historic Flemington Racecourse. This highly regarded 2-mile handicap is an event of such magnitude in Australia, and in and around Melbourne especially, that race day has been designated a ...

  • Minnesota Racetracks

    As in the rest of the United States, there are many horse racing fans in the picturesque State of Minnesota, and its two superb racing venues are well supported. Canterbury Park, located in the city of Shakopee, offers live horse racing action on its oval one-mile dirt track on Thursdays to Sundays between May and September every year. Simulcast facilities keep the race track vibe going all ...

  • California Racetracks

    California is one of the largest horse racing hubs of the United States of America, and racecourses such as Santa Anita Racecourse and Del Mar Race Track are extremely well-known. Host to a variety of Grade 1 racing events, California’s horse racing is promoted and protected by the California Horse Racing Board. The board oversees a variety of facets of the horse racing industry, such as ...