The greatest horse race run this year was, easily, the Delaware Handicap.
When it comes to the boys, this has been as bad a year as anyone can remember.
I miss the Horse of the Year debate. It gave us all something to talk about during what is typically the dullest time of the year in racing.
There's nothing wrong with winning a race where the top prize is $600,000, but it's not exactly the purse itself. It's where the $600,000 gets you.
This is about how Gov. Christie doesn't care about the citizens of New Jersey or the financial well being of the state.
Blind Luck is heading into the Breeders' Cup with a record that is so remarkable by today's standards that she deserves consideration for Horse of the Year.
The best 3-year-old in California might just be Blind Luck, but we may never know for certain. That's because most U.S. horsemen seem to believe that fillies belong in races only with other fillies.