California Chrome and his connections have a story that fans of all kinds can get behind, writes Bill Finley.
It's time to end New York's ban on betting on horses on Easter Sunday and Palm Sunday.
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?
Steve Davidowitz's most recent column is a good read, and it got me thinking.
New show brings reality to the horse racing 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.
It's been a while since the panel has convened and the members might want to know what's been going on lately in horse racing. It hasn't been good.
Beholder's Distaff victory in the Breeders' Cup Distaff is more than enough to secure her claim on the 3-Year-Old Filly title.
You have questions about the Breeders' Cup?
On the eve of Breeders' Cup, recently retired jockey Ramon Dominguez is trying to move on after a very successful riding career.
Ken Ramsey seems to be running an assembly line as much as a horse racing stable.
If the penalty for robbing banks was $100 there would be a lot more bank robbers out there.