When Tapiture goes to the gate in Saturday's Arkansas Derby, many in the horse racing industry will be rooting against him. I, however, will be cheering the colt on to victory.
There is a potential Kentucky Derby contender that never runs on any drug, including Lasix.
About two weeks after trainer Steve Asmussen was placed on the ballot for the Hall of Fame's Class of 2014, a PETA investigation cast him in an unfavorable light.
If there were a Mount Rushmore for horse racing who would be the sport's version of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt?
Owner Chip McEwen III saw an opportunity to make a difference and he took it and ran with it.
Aqueduct has taken a beating in the press of late, with some New York tabloid writers making the point over and over again that it's not necessarily, well, a palace.
Here are the grades so far on the Road to the Kentucky Derby.
Steve Davidowitz's most recent column is a good read, and it got me thinking.
Trainer Todd Pletcher nominated 42 horses to the Triple Crown. But will that get him to the Churchill Downs winner's circle in May?
Here are some things that have been rambling around in my mind while battling cabin fever on another brutally cold day.
New show brings reality to the horse racing game.
It's true that there's no guidebook when it comes to voting for the Eclipse Awards.
Is the sport of kings doing enough to get drugs out of the game?
Horse racing has had some pretty high ups and some very low downs in 2013.
The California horse racing industry had a chance to strengthen the sport and improve their product, but it appears they are going in another direction.
I've always enjoyed filling out my Eclipse Award ballot, but not this year.