Gaining more poise with each day she trains at Meydan, champion Royal Delta was able to share some of her self-assurance with another American runner in Dubai on March 26, guiding UAE Derby (UAE-gr. II) contender Lucky Chappy read blog
Royal Delta galloped around Meydan Racecourse just after sunrise on March 25 and then returned to school in the paddock as the last rays of daylight tickled the towers of Dubai's emphatic skyline read blog
Even in the dim half light between night and morning, there was no mistaking her. read blog
View races and scenes from Super Saturday at Dubai! view slideshow
Synthetic experience key to decisions to ship to Dubai read blog
Jockey Luke Nolan talks about Black Caviar and racing this weekend during the Autumn Carnival. watch video
An interview with South African trainer Brett Crawford for the J & B Met. watch video
Simon Burgess interviews Casper Fownes, winning trainer of Lucky Nine. Sponsored by AmWest watch video
Simon Burgess interviews Mikel Delzangles, trainer for Dunaden who is competing at Hong Kong. watch video
Trainer Neville Parnham is asked about his Cox Plate contender Playing God. watch video
John Bary is the trainer for Cox Plate contender Jimmy Choux. watch video
See the people and races at Longchamp. View Slideshow
Simon Burgess talks about the new all weather training facility at Ballarat at with track manager Andrew Morton, trainer Dan O'Sullivan, and trainer Darren Weir. Watch Video
Simon Burgess interviews Peter Snowden, trainer for up and coming international star Sepoy (Elusive Quality - Watchful (AUS) by Danehill). Watch Video
Simon Burgess talks with Kenneth Ramsey, owner of Ramsey Farm and stallion Kitten's Joy, about racing at Royal Ascot. Watch Video
Simon Burgess talks with Sir Henry Cecil about his St James's Palace Stakes winner Frankel. Watch Video
Industry newbie, limited budget, I stretched to land a broodmare at the Keeneland November mixed sale in 2001. Read Blog
Le Glorieux, a top international runner of 1987, died Aug. 19 at Werner Wolf's Haras du Logis Saint-Germain in Normandy, France,
International has been named the official truck of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby, officials said April 8. Churchill Downs Inc. and Navistar International Corp. have agreed to a two-year deal.
The International Federation of Horse Racing Authorities has created an executive director position to oversee the design and implementation of a plan to curtail illegal wagering around the world.
An ambitious strategic plan Churchill Downs Inc. hopes to accomplish in 2004, which president Tom Meeker said will "change the culture of our company," includes a major customer service initiative, increased branding of the company's assets, and possibly even a company-owned account-wagering platform.
Churchill Downs Simulcast Network will offer wagering on the Oct. 5 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Lucien Barriere (Fr-I) through its Chicago-area racetrack, Arlington Park.
More than 50 horses have already died since the track in Karachi, Pakistan, was closed in March over a dispute with the government about licensing fees. Out of more than 600 horses that were housed on the sprawling 250 acres of the Karachi Race Club, most have been taken to other tracks around Pakistan, but 250 have been abandoned by their owners and remain without food or care.
Calling a fatal incident of Japanese encephalitis an "isolated incident," an official with the Hong Kong Jockey Club said its international racing festival on Dec. 17 will go on as scheduled and that it will be "business as usual" for one of the world's most successful Thoroughbred operations.
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