Dr. Rick Arthur, veterinary medicine expert and advocate for equine health & welfare issues, serves as medical director for the CHRB.
Michael Dickinson is perhaps best known as racing's "Mad Genius" in response to his unorthodox methods.
Trevor Denman begins his tenure as the "Voice of the Breeders' Cup" when he joins ESPN for coverage of the 2006 World Championships.
Join legendary jockey Russell Baze as he chases the dream to become Thoroughbred racing's all-time leader in career wins by a jockey.
An astute observer of trends in the auction and breeding markets, Rick Waldman discusses strong yearling sales and trends in stud fees.
David Hood is Director of Public Relations for William Hill, recognized as one of the leading bookmakers in the world.
Handicapper and former Churchill Downs announcer Mike Battaglia takes questions on Breeders' Cup 2006.
Simulcast Commentator and HRTV host Jon White discusses the 2006 Breeders' Cup World Championships.
Steve Moody shares his knowledge of the Kentucky racing circuit and offers tips for handicapping horses in the 2006 Breeders' Cup.
A keen observer of the Breeders' Cup scene, Steve Haskin tells us how he thinks the races will play out.
The "father of Thoroughbred racing partnerships" Cot Campbell is recognized as the most successful practitioner in his field.
As one of the most successful Thoroughbred owners of 2006, J. Paul Reddam could have up to six horses in this year's Breeders' Cup.
Murray Johnson has over a dozen stakes winners to his credit, but he has achieved his greatest success with his handling of Perfect Drift.
Rogers Beasley has been Director of Racing at Lexington's Keeneland race course and sales pavilion since 2001.
Pick the brain of the man known as "Mr. Kentucky Derby" as BloodHorse.com kicks off its 2006 Countdown to the Cup.
Now in his tenth season as Keeneland Director of Sales, Russell has been called a maestro of the sales ring.
Ray Paulick has been editor-in-chief of The Blood-Horse since 1992 and oversees all editorial products for Blood-Horse Publications.
Vic Zast has been a participant in the sport of the Thoroughbred for more than 45 years.
Dr. Dean Richardson has been in the spotlight since treating Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro for his injury sustained during the Preakness.
Ranked 19th by earnings among N. American trainers, Albertrani�s stable has earned more than $2.3 million.
Hall of Fame Jockey Chris McCarron now serves as executive director and lead instructor of the North American Riding Academy.
St. Martin's Press made Dorothy Ours' long-held dream come true by publishing Man O' War: A Legend Like Lightning to great reviews.
The current star of the Doug O'Neill Stable is back-to-back Hollywood Gold Cup (gr. I) winner Lava Man.
Hall of Fame and Eclipse Award-Winning Jockey Gary Stevens retired in 2005 to become a racing analyst for NBC and TVG.
Michael Blowen is founder and president of Old Friends, a permanent retirement home for horses who need a place to go.
Steve Haskin reflects on the first Triple Crown campaign that ended with a different winner in each of the three races since 2000.
Jazil's Belmont victory cast the spotlight on Kiaran McLaughlin, who is also an inspiration to millions of Multiple Sclerosis sufferers.
Tom Durkin started his career by calling races at Wisconsin county fairs in the 70s. Now he calls races at tracks across the country.
Considered to be the "dean of California handicappers," Jeff Siegel shares his knowledge with HRTV viewers.
Senior correspondent for The Blood-Horse Steve Haskin answers your questions about how he thinks this year's Kentucky Derby will set up.
As he prepares to host this year's Kentucky Derby on NBC, Hammond shares his memories on the eve of racing's most special event.
Although he is "retired" from Sports Illustrated magazine, Eclipse Award-winning Turf writer Bill Nack is An authority on the great Secretariat.
Brother Derek served as part of Dan Hendricks' inspiration for returning to training after a serious accident. Now the colt is a favorite to win the Derby.
Health Communications, Inc. Founder Peter Vegso continues to expand his successful Thoroughbred breeding and training facility in Ocala, Florida.
In her newest book, Avalyn explores how Northern Dancer and his sons have established a royal dynasty that has profoundly dominated the international bloodstock market.
Frank Lyons addresses training, handicapping, and the most and least enjoyable aspects of his duties at TVG.
Steve Moody offers insight on the Kentucky racing circuit, handicapping horses that have run on Polytrack at Turfway Park, and handicapping the Derby.
John Asher, vice president of Communications at Churchill Downs, has worked as a journalist and a publicist for over 20 years.
A second-generation horseman, Richard Dutrow, Jr., has soared to the top of the North American training ranks at age 46.
Emma-Jayne Wilson ended her rookie season by winning the Sovereign Award and an Eclipse Award.
Hall of Fame jockey Jerry Bailey�s retirement brought down the curtain on one of the most successful riding careers in the history of racing.
Steve answers your questions about Triple Crown 2006 now that the nominations are around the corner.
The NTRA will honor "First Lady of Racing" Penny Chenery with the Eclipse Award of Merit.
With more than 200 horses in his stable, Pletcher set a record in 2005 with his horses winning more than $20.8 million in purses.
Interim National Manager Darrell Haire discusses his new role.