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J.N. Campbell is an independent scholar and turf writer based in Houston, Texas. Currently, he covers horse racing for the online editorial website, The Sports Haven.


When wagering on horse races, having as much accessible information as possible is pertinent.

Free Past Performances For All!: Why Horse Racing Should Democratize Data


When wagering on horse races, having as much accessible information as possible is pertinent.

In the Arena: The Good Name of Jerry Hollendorfer


California-based trainer Jerry Hollendorfer has been banned from racing his horses at several tracks this season.

The Day the Horse Stood Still: A Poem from Royal Ascot


An ode to Accidental Agent, the horse that never got going in his return to the Queen Anne Stakes.

“War and Peace” in 2019: The Russian Novel that is Horse Racing


With the conclusion of the first half of the year in horse racing, the need for a centralized authority in the sport is more apparent than ever.

Horse Racing Revelations: Fair Labor and the Accountability of Chad Brown


As the Belmont Stakes approaches, examining horse trainer Chad Brown’s accountability following his recent penalty from the U.S. Department of Labor.

Pede Will Be Missed: A Jockey Colony Mourns


The horse racing and jockey communities have lost Euclyn “Pede” Prentice, who tragically passed away on this week’s national day of remembrance.

A Perspective from Bodexpress: The Phenomenon of the Riderless Horse


Imagining what jockey-less horse Bodexpress may have been thinking during his “moment” at this past weekend’s Preakness.