Horses are not machines. Races are not always going to be cleanly run no matter what the rules are.
History shows that it is unfair to judge a sporting event on its lasting impact before it has taken place.
Choosing a horse to be a lock in a Breeders' Cup World Championship race is a tricky proposition.
One of the best parts of the Breeders' Cup World Championships is the "world" part of the title.
The great Cigar has passed on to that great oval in the sky.
Two-time Horse of the Year Wise Dan is getting an image makeover after coming back from colic surgery earlier in the year.
On Sunday, track announcer Tom Durkin is retiring. Such a simple statement for such a momentous occasion.
Horse racing is making strides when it comes to the care of its athletes
With one simple post, I ended up taking a trip down memory lane that was full of racehorse names I hadn't thought of in years.
Two of America's most beloved racetracks are celebrating their opening weekends, and yet the most interesting race being contested might just be taking place in Shakopee, Minn.
The roar was there in the stretch, but then it got too quiet.
California Chrome and his 10 Belmont Stakes rivals will no doubt give everything they have in Saturday's "test of the champion," and all should be remembered and appreciated for that.
Just because California Chrome is the best horse in the field doesn't mean he will win Saturday's Belmont Stakes, but it makes it tough to bet against him, Amanda Duckworth writes.
Thanks to California Chrome, interest in the Belmont Stakes will be high around NYRA's biggest racing day of the year.
There are few sounds like the roar of the crowd at the Preakness Stakes when the Kentucky Derby winner is leading the field into the final turn.
Can any Preakness contender in the field of 10 beat Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome Saturday?