HRTV's Inside Information relays the compelling and tragic story of 1984 Kentucky Derby winner, Swale. For more of HRTV's Inside Information, visit HRTV.com.
HRTV's Gary Stevens and Scott Hazelton will provide onsite coverage of the Risen Star at Fairgrounds; Caton Bredar and Jay Privman will cover the Fountain of Youth at Gulfstream Park.
Horse Capital Productions and HRTV have reached an agreement for the network to serve as a presenting sponsor of the 2010 International Equestrian Festival.
Jockey Ahmed Ajtebi, jockey of Vale of York, decided to stay in the United States after his victory in the 2009 Breeders' Cup Juvenile.
The story of Elias Jackson Baldwin, an eccentric millionaire who jumpstarted horse racing in Southern California.
Graded stakes winner Shadow of Illinois beat the odds when he successfully returned to the track after a multi-year layoff. Watch Video
One of the most competitive races for Horse of the Year honors in recent memory will conclude tonight, Monday, Jan. 18, with announcement of whether it is Rachel Alexandra or Zenyatta.
Gary Stevens will disband his 14-horse stable in California to concentrate on increased work in television leading up to this year's Triple Crown, the retired Hall of Fame jockey announced Jan. 16.
HRTV will present live coverage of the Horse of the Year announcement Monday, Jan. 18, from the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Da Hoss and Trainer Michael Dickinson, and the journey to 2 Breeders' Cup Mile wins.You may also enjoy, Da Hoss at the Kentucky Horse Park.
HRTV has announced it will provide complete live coverage of "Delta Jackpot Night" from Delta Downs on Friday, Dec. 4.
- By Tom LaMarra
TVG has reached an agreement with TrackNet Media Group that allows it to offer wagering on racing from Churchill Downs and Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots.
HRTV announced Oct. 29 it will broadcast the prestigious Melbourne Cup (Aust-I) from Australia on Monday, Nov. 2.
HRTV will present live coverage of the inaugural U.S. Steeplechase Championships Oct. 17 from Far Hills Racecourse in New Jersey.
Remembering the career of the great closer Silky Sullivan.
HRTV's will present live coverage of the Oct. 4 Qatar Prix de l' Arc de Triomphe (Fr-I) from Longchamp Racecourse in Paris, France.
HRTV will inaugurate its first-ever coverage of the popular six-week Oak Tree at Santa Anita meeting with the debut of two original shows--"Grandstand" and "The Edge" --beginning Sept. 30.
Oak Tree Racing Association announced Sept. 24 that it is launching a free new wagering platform, OakTreeBets.com, and that it will allow HRTV to provide daily coverage on a non-exclusive basis.
An update on jockey Rene Douglas after his May 23 accident, which left him paralyzed.
The career of Jonathan Sheppard is profiled, including how Storm Cat helped launch his career training on the flat.
HRTV will provide on-site coverage of the 24th annual Jim McKay Maryland Million Day from Laurel Park this Saturday, Sept. 26.
HRTV will present live coverage of the first two days of the Keeneland September yearling sale Sept. 14-15.
HorseRacing TV will provide nightly replays of the Del Mar races, beginning this Saturday, Aug. 15.
Storming Home and Gary Stevens' adventure at the 2003 Arlington Million.
A look back at the winding career of Bertrando.
Howard "Gelo" Hall, Jr. has been a horse racing enthusiast for nearly a century. He witnessed the match race between Seabiscuit and War Admiral, spent 19 years as an exercise rider, made an attempt at training horses, and ultimately became a very successful jockey's agent.
HRTV will broadcast the grade I Arlington Million and two other grade I stakes as part of the Aug. 8 program at Arlington Park in Illinois, while the Horse Racing Radio Network will offer a two-hour broadcast from the track.
Looking back on the career of turf writer Joe Hirsch.
Reliving the career of General Challenge and catching up with him today.
Martin Pedroza: From Panamanian Jockey School to the tough southern California circuit.
HorseRacing TV has been honored with a Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Award in the "Sports -- One-Time Special" category for the network's "Inside Information: Dubai World Cup" show.
HorseRacing TV's weekly Breeders' Cup World Championship preview show will debut Thursday, July 23 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
Remembering the career of Hall of Fame jockey Bill Hartack, who won the Kentucky Derby 5 times.
Calder's $1.45 million "Summit of Speed" July 11 will be carried live by HRTV and the Horse Racing Radio Network.
A true iron horse - Evening Attire.
Barbaro is back home at the track where he became a legend. A bronze statue honoring the 2006 Kentucky Derby winner is now a permanent fixture at Churchill Downs, nearly three years after the colt suffered a breakdown at the Preakness.
For David Prine, just being alive was something of a longshot. Nearly killed in a gas explosion in a Louisville, Ky. kitchen in 1999, paralyzed on one side and unable to speak, Prine endured years of physical therapy, cognitive rehabilitation, and several surgeries. Somehow, the long and tortuous road to recovery led him to the racetrack
The Gregson Foundation, inspired by trainer Eddie Gregson, provides College Scholarships for the children of backstretch workers.
Jockey Anna Rose Napravnik.
1993 Champion sprinter Cardmania is the star of the United Pegasus Foundation, which rescues and retrains former race horses.
Jockey Jackie Davis, following in the footsteps of her father Robbie.
From the hotel business to doing what he loves, working with horses, including stakes winner Olympic Moment.
HorseRacing TV will present live coverage of the Epsom Derby (Eng-I), from Epsom Racecourse in the United Kingdom, on Saturday, June 6.
Gary Stevens, the Hall of Fame jockey who hung up his tack in 2005 with over 5,000 wins and earnings exceeding $221 million, opened a California-based training operation June 1.
The wife of injured jockey Rene Douglas said May 28 it's too early to say her husband won't regain use of his legs.
Reflecting on the career of Hall of Fame Jockey Eddie Delahoussaye.
Looking back on the career of retired Trainer Frankie Brothers, whose charges included Eclipse Award Winner Hansel and Pulpit.
A new subscription channel called Racetrack Television Network is scheduled to be launched on Dish Network by September, it was announced May 13.
HorseRacing TV's coverage of the May 16 Preakness Stakes (gr. I) begins with live broadcasts from the Baltimore track on Wednesday, May 13.
A portrait of Hall of Fame Trainer H. Allen Jerkens, including his victory with Onion over Secretariat in the Whitney.
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