There are countless people behind the scenes caring for the horses we love to root for on a daily basis.
Royal Delta and Groupie Doll could easily have been retired before this racing season. But they weren't and we should be thankful.
It's the question that lingers all week before the Breeders' Cup, and Amanda has answers.
This weekend marks 20 years since one of the greatest upsets of all time in the sport of horse racing. It happened during the 1993 Breeders' Cup at Santa Anita, which will play host to the event again this weekend.
For the uninitiated, the Breeders' Cup World Championships can be a bit overwhelming.
The 2011 Breeders' Cup Turf winner is in a fight for his life.
Keeneland, the Make-A-Wish Foundation and several breeding and racing farms came together to grant wishes.
On Sunday, the filly Treve put on a clinic in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.
Retired Rahy's Attorney is training for a new career on the track. Can this former champion go from race horse to pony?
Owner Ken Ramsey stands apart from most owners because he breeds his own horses for the track, not the sales ring.
As long as they run the Arlington Million, John Henry is the barometer against which all other equines will be judged.
For all the bad in the world, there is a lot of good, too.
Like millions of girls before her, Brittlan Wall can't remember when she fell in love with horses. If you force her to answer the question, she will tell you she was born loving them.
Horse racing may be the Sport of Kings, but on Saturday an ownership group at Arlington Park might raise an eyebrow or two.
Due to the very nature of the Triple Crown, this year's Belmont Stakes could be known as the Test of Pessimism vs. Optimism.
There doesn't appear to any reason to bet against Orb in Saturday's Preakness Stakes.