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2 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Wise Dan held off long-shot Optimizer by a nose Saturday in the Grade 2 $250,000 Bernard Baruch Handicap at Saratoga Race Course.
6 hrs ago | Chronicle of the Horse
Wild Lone and Great Britain's Harry Meade completed the cross-country at the World Games before the horse collapsed and died at the finish.
10 hrs ago | WNED
A Tennessee walking horse is put through its paces on a horse farm in October 1975.
13 hrs ago | Southland Times
FURIOUS: Eddie Carson, the man whose horse was allegedly pulled up by David Walker, feels betrayed by the disgraced jockey.
The president and vice president of an equine rehabilitation center in North Lawrence are in a quandary over four horses that were dropped off at their farm this month.
Miss Frost led from start to finish in a 4 3/4-length victory Friday in the $100,000 Riskaverse at Saratoga Race Course.
State regulators have approved an effort by racetrack owners to expand gambling to include racing terminals that look similar to slot machines.
The voice of horse racing on the New York circuit is silencing himself on Sunday, retiring after a 43-year career in which he also announced Triple Crown and Breeders' Cup races.
RACEGOERS did a double-take when a four-legged creature of a different kind made it on to the track.
SIR MARK PRESCOTT, who came unstuck in last Saturday's Betfred Ebor Handicap, can make his presence felt at Thirsk today for considerably less rewards.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, New York - Track announcer Tom Durkin has no idea how many time's he uttered three little words: "And they're off!" But the phrase has been the opening refrain in a 40-year career, and the soundtrack to horse racing's biggest moments, like the 1998 duel that cost Real Quiet the Triple Crown.
Don't for one second feel sorry for NYRA track announcer Tom Durkin. The man who's called races for some of the greatest horses to step foot on a race track is calling it a career when Saratoga concludes its summer meet this weekend, but he's not one bit sorry he's leaving.
Assistant trainer Sharon Ross said Stryker Phd emerged from the Longacres Mile in great shape and returned to the track Thursday morning for exercise.
Prominent jockey David Walker was yesterday charged with one of racing's most serious offences - deliberately holding a horse back from winning.
"He's a tough guy," McIntosh said of Go Daddy Go. "He doesn't mind being first up.
The two-year-old, trained at Norton by John Quinn, stormed to Group 1 glory when taking the prestigious Prix Morny at Deauville, in France, last Sunday.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 05:24 pm
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