Bob Baffert's Bayern proved he will be a force in the 3-Year-Old Division with a convincing victory in Sunday's Haskell Invitational.
News that Queen Elizabeth II's own horse tested positive for morphine after a win last year at Ascot may have some fans throwing their hands in the air when it comes to drugs and the sport of horse racing.
If Untapable wins Sunday on the Jersey shore, she'll join the leaders, Palace Malice and California Chrome, in the race to be named Horse of the Year.
Just 10 years ago, the highlight of the Lone Star Park season was the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships. This year, it's Saturday's Texas Thoroughbred Association Futurities.
The first half of 2014 produced some memorable moments and outstanding performances, and the second part of the season promises to answer questions about year-end championships.
Untapable's 1-5 morning line odds in Saturday's Mother Goose might suggest an outcome that's more preordained than competitive, a race that could be more of an exhibition than a contest.
The first half of 2014 was California Chrome's time to shine, but is that enough to win the colt the Horse of the Year title?
Horse racing and frustration seem to have become bedfellows.
California Chrome can do more than win a Triple Crown Saturday in the 146th Belmont Stakes. The humble colt from California has the chance to transform an entire industry.
If California Chrome wins the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, he will have beaten more rivals than any Triple Crown winner in history.
Remembering the eleven Triple Crown winners and ranking what made them all great.
Horse racing will soon have a Triple Crown winner -- if not this year, then sometime in the next few.
The general sports fan can see only dysfunction when rules change from event to event, especially when it comes to the high-profile Triple Crown races.
Our experts rank this week's Top 10 3-Year-Olds
Kentucky Derby Power Rankings, Derby week, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes.
Circumstances dominate the Kentucky Derby, and stamina usually wins the Belmont. But talent takes the Preakness.