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.

“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.

It's a hot day out here at Magic Millions on the Gold Coast


Woodford Reserve isn’t manufactured, it’s crafted in small batches.

Horse trainer Joe Herrick and Lovely Finish travel fire-recovery road together


Horse trainer Joe Herrick and Lovely Finish, his filly, who were both burned at the San Luis Rey Downs Training Center in Bonsall on December 7 during the Lilac fire have an even stronger bond as they both continue to heal in the community of Elfin Forest.

Camarero, San Luis Rey Responders to Receive Special Eclipse Award


The Special Award honors extraordinary service, individual achievements in, or contributions to the sport of Thoroughbred racing.

2018 Keeneland January Sale Recap

“The strong results of the January Sale continue to reflect a great enthusiasm to own racehorses,” Keeneland Vice President of Racing and Sales Bob Elliston said.

Buoyant Market Fuels Substantial Gains at Keeneland January Sale


Keeneland’s 2018 January Horses of All Ages Sale concluded Thursday with healthy results that signal continued buyer confidence and demand for quality that buoyed the recent September Yearling and November Breeding Stock auctions.

OAKLAWN TO UNVEIL AMERICAN PHAROAH STATUE


As a lasting tribute to the first Triple Crown winner in 37 years, who began his historic campaign at Oaklawn, the track will unveil a life-size bronze statue of American Pharoah Thursday, Jan. 11 at 11 a.m. Oaklawn opens for its 114th live racing season Jan. 12 with a special 12:30 p.m. first post.