Daniel and Henrik Sedin have had success on the ice of the NHL, but now they hope that success will spill over to the harness track.
New York winter racing was never a good idea.
What Shared Belief accomplished Saturday in the San Antonio Stakes could have only been accomplished by a super horse.
There's something to be said for second or even third chances, but not when someone commits an act that is cruel to the horse, fleeces the bettors and damages the sport's reputation.
Fixing most things that are wrong in horse racing is complicated if not impossible. But this one is easy.
Bill predicts the winners of Saturday night's Eclipse Awards.
When the PETA scandal involving Steve Asmussen blew up last year I was among those leading the charge to keep the trainer out of the Hall of Fame.
My ballot is in and it was not an easy task this year.
Transparency is strictly enforced in Hong Kong racing. The American horse racing industry should watch and learn.
The day was May 4, 1996 and at that moment Grindstone was the most famous horse on the planet.
My Horse of the Year vote now goes to California Chrome.
Is Wayne Lukas the only trainer left who isn't afraid to treat his race horses like race horses and not fine porcelain china?
Despite the controversy surrounding Bayern's win in the Breeders' Cup Classic, I assumed his victory sewed up the Horse of the Year title for the Bob Baffert runner.
Give Bayern credit: He was awarded the Breeders' Cup Classic victory Saturday. But he didn't win the race.
Will California Chrome return to form in the Classic? Which American runner has the best chance to win a turf race? Let's take an in-depth look at each Breeders' Cup race.
How good are the North American turf horses?