Precious few fillies have found success in the Run for the Roses
The Blood-Horse has always played the Blue Grass Stakes close to the vest
Joseph A. Estes' AEI successfully helps compare stallions of all eras
The meeting between Seabiscuit, War Admiral was covered throughout 1938
In August 1936, Warren Wright, only five years into transitioning his father’s Calumet Farm from Standardbreds to Thoroughbreds, made a decision with far-reaching implications.
Florida thrives with growth of juvenile market
The birth of the National Association of State Racing Commissioners
Following Humphrey S. Finney's statistical footsteps
Hialeah's signature 3-year-old event was among nation's best
The Feb. 6, 1954, issue of The Blood-Horse reported the Jan. 30 death of 28-year-old broodmare La Troienne at Greentree Stud.
With the 45th Eclipse Awards having taken place Jan. 16 at Gulfstream Park, it's remarkable the changes in the event—and coverage—since the inaugural "Winner’s Circle Awards" dinner took place at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York Jan. 26, 1972.
The extraordinarily reclusive new owner of this 91-year-old Thoroughbred nursery has revealed little about his plans since purchasing the most public of Lexington properties, but one goal is clear: breed Triple Crown runners. read longform
Watch races from previous Bob Baffert Preakness winners. Courtesy of the Maryland Jockey Club
A historical race sequence for Thunder Gulch's Kentucky Derby win on May 6, 1995. view slideshow
Keeneland Association is apparently delaying its plans to offer historical racing at a new 40,000-square foot facility that was scheduled to open in July 2015.
A historical look at the Belmont Stakes (gr. I), the third jewel of the Triple Crown. view infographic
Follow our coverage of the Saratoga Sesquicentennial with images from the pages of The Blood-Horse magazine features during the Saratoga meet.
Trainer Doug Davis made everyone's life more interesting. He was a big man with a thunderous voice and a gaudy appetite for life. read blog
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