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Previewing the 2019 Kentucky Derby

Previewing the 2019 Kentucky Derby

There’s still a chill in the air but it’s never too early to start thinking about the Kentucky Derby to be run on the first Saturday in May at historic Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. As one of the biggest sporting events in the world, the Kentucky Derby has something to offer for everyone – […]

By January 12, 2019 Read More →
San Antonio Horse Sale Company to Relaunch with Mixed Sale in June

San Antonio Horse Sale Company to Relaunch with Mixed Sale in June

The San Antonio Horse Sale Company, which from 1998 to 2002 conducted numerous horse auctions in Texas, is re-entering the business this year and will debut the San Antonio Rose Classic Mixed Horse Sale on Saturday, June 22, 2019, in New Braunfels at TBA. The auction will be managed by longtime horseman Bart Sherwood. The […]

By January 7, 2019 Read More →
Aintree: 15 facts about the Grand National

Aintree: 15 facts about the Grand National

2017 @RandoxHealth Grand National winner One For Arthur is set for his next outing in the Peter Marsh Chase at @haydockraces on Saturday 19 January: https://t.co/PLfVQ7P1wx pic.twitter.com/qP2iXqud9r — Aintree Racecourse (@AintreeRaces) January 8, 2019 With just under three months to go until the most famous steeplechase in the world, the Grand National 2019 odds are […]

By January 2, 2019 Read More →
Oklahoma-bred Welder Voted Remington Park Horse of the Meeting

Oklahoma-bred Welder Voted Remington Park Horse of the Meeting

As expected, in landslide voting, Welder is the Horse of the Meeting for the recently completed 2018 Remington Park Thoroughbred Season. Media covering the season and Remington Park racing officials and management participated in the ballot process. In addition to being named the Horse of the Meeting, Welder also was voted best in three other […]

By December 24, 2018 Read More →
2018 Thoroughbred Season Handle is Positive for Remington Park

2018 Thoroughbred Season Handle is Positive for Remington Park

The recently concluded 2018 Remington Park Thoroughbred Season produced positive pari-mutuel handle numbers compared to the 2017 season. The 67-day season total handle on Remington Park racing was up 7.4% over last year. The total wagering on Remington Park’s 609 races conducted reached $71,798,190, up 7.4% compared to the $66,844,252 played in the 2017 season. […]

By December 24, 2018 Read More →
Cabrera, Asmussen, Caldwell Win Titles at Remington Park

Cabrera, Asmussen, Caldwell Win Titles at Remington Park

Jockey David Cabrera, trainer Steve Asmussen, and owner Danny Caldwell won champion titles at Remington Park this meet that concluded Sunday, setting records along the way. Cabrera unseated five-time reigning champ Ramon Vazquez and took one of his records in the meantime. The 26-year-old new top rider who lives in the Oklahoma City area was […]

By December 18, 2018 Read More →
Longshot Long Range Toddy Takes $400,000 Springboard Mile at Remington

Longshot Long Range Toddy Takes $400,000 Springboard Mile at Remington

On a day when Remington Park dedicated a bronze statue of the first Oklahoma Derby winner Clever Trevor, this year’s Clever Trevor Stakes winner, Long Range Toddy, paid tribute as well. He came home an upset winner of the $400,000 Springboard Mile for 2-year-olds at 18-1 odds. The amazing thing is he paid $39.20 to […]

By December 18, 2018 Read More →
Clever Trevor Statue Unveiling Set for December 16 at Remington Park

Clever Trevor Statue Unveiling Set for December 16 at Remington Park

Remington Park will celebrate the final day of the 2018 Thoroughbred Season on Sunday, Dec. 16 with a stakes-laden racing program led by the $400,000 Springboard Mile. A special statue dedication is also scheduled as Clever Trevor, the great Oklahoma-bred who helped put Remington Park on the national racing map, will be honored with a […]

By December 14, 2018 Read More →
How the National Hunt Racing Season Heats Up Through Winter

How the National Hunt Racing Season Heats Up Through Winter

In most countries, horse racing is fairly quiet during the harsh winter months. Sure, you will get the Breeders’ Cup at the tail-end of Fall and some events, such as the Pegasus World Cup, with the caveat that it’s held in south Florida, can place in January. However, for the UK and Ireland the winter […]

By December 11, 2018 Read More →
$700,000 Track Renovation Underway at Indiana Grand

$700,000 Track Renovation Underway at Indiana Grand

At the conclusion of the 16th season of Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing Wednesday, Nov. 7, the track maintenance crew immediately began renovation on the one-mile dirt racetrack at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino. The $700,000 project is expected to be completed in March 2019 when the barn area opens for training. Several consultants have been […]

By December 10, 2018 Read More →
ITBOA Online Stallion Season Auction Underway

ITBOA Online Stallion Season Auction Underway

The Iowa Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners Association is conducting an online auction of seasons to more than 180 stallions from 16 states. The auction began Dec. 8 and closes at 7 p.m. (CDT) Monday, Dec. 17. A list of the stallions donated and details of the auction are at http://www.thoroughlybred.com/sites/itboa/ Proceeds from the online auction will […]

By December 10, 2018 Read More →
Bristol De Mai: Can he land the 2nd leg of the stayers million following Haydock victory?

Bristol De Mai: Can he land the 2nd leg of the stayers million following Haydock victory?

Bristol De Mai upset Might Bite in the Betfair Chase last month by romping home to victory in what was the horse’s and trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies’ second consecutive victory at the event. The seven-year-old won the race at Haydock by four lengths this year, a lot closer than in 2017 when he rode to victory […]

By December 10, 2018 Read More →
Longtime Oaklawn Track Announcer Terry Wallace Passes

Longtime Oaklawn Track Announcer Terry Wallace Passes

Terry Wallace, Oaklawn Park’s track announcer for 37 years, has died following a lengthy illness. Wallace, known as “The Voice of Oaklawn” for decades, began calling races at the Hot Springs track in 1975 and called a record 20,191 consecutive races before ending his streak Jan. 28, 2011. He stepped down as announcer following the […]

By December 6, 2018 Read More →
2019 Racing Dates Approved for Indiana Grand

2019 Racing Dates Approved for Indiana Grand

The Indiana Horse Racing Commission (IHRC) held its regular monthly meeting at Indiana Grand Wednesday, Dec. 5. Included on the agenda was the approval of racing dates for 2019 at both Indiana Grand and Harrah’s Hoosier Park. Both racetracks provided a presentation, including operational and marketing plans for 2019 as well as racing dates, and […]

By December 6, 2018 Read More →
2019 American Racehorse Stallion Register Now Online

2019 American Racehorse Stallion Register Now Online

The 2019 American Racehorse Stallion Register, featuring dozens of stallions from around the Southwest and Midwest, is now online and will be arriving in mailboxes soon. To view the complete Stallion Register as a flip book, click here. Or to view the online version with links to individual stallions, click here. If you are not […]

By December 5, 2018 Read More →
The Grand National vs. the Kentucky Derby

The Grand National vs. the Kentucky Derby

No matter what side of the pond you live on, you’ve surely heard of the Grand National and the Kentucky Derby. But depending on whether you are in the U.K. or America, you might not be as familiar with the race run on the other continent. So what are the main differences between the two […]

By December 5, 2018 Read More →
Quality of Stallions Continually on the Rise in Indiana

Quality of Stallions Continually on the Rise in Indiana

New stallions to the Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Development Program are making headlines already, with breeding season just months away. Grade 1 winner I Want Revenge is now calling the Indiana Stallion Station in Anderson, Ind., home. Purchased by Jeff and Suzy Jeans from the November Keeneland Sale earlier this month, the Stephen Got Even stallion […]

By November 20, 2018 Read More →
Top Remington Park Sprinter Welder Wins Fourth Stakes in a Row

Top Remington Park Sprinter Welder Wins Fourth Stakes in a Row

The 5-year-old gray gelding known as Welder streaked down the stretch like the lightning bolt he is to take his fourth stakes victory of the meet Friday night in the $70,000 Silver Goblin Stakes at Remington Park. He was the heavy wagering favorite at 1-9 odds on the toteboard for the race and now stands […]

By November 19, 2018 Read More →
Experiencing International Racing

Experiencing International Racing

Only a few decades ago American horse racing fans had little knowledge of international racing, and it’s hard to really fault them for that. After all, before the internet and international simulcasting, it was hard for casual fans to keep up with the action in Europe. Of course that has all changed and now it’s […]

By November 15, 2018 Read More →
Cheltenham’s Gold Cup Early Betting Odds

Cheltenham’s Gold Cup Early Betting Odds

With the National Hunt racing season now underway in the UK and Ireland, all thoughts naturally begin to turn to the 2019 Cheltenham Festival, and the premier steeplechase race of the four-day meeting — the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Gold Cup Day in 2019 is on Friday 15 March, and the winner of the 3m 2½f […]

By November 15, 2018 Read More →