Horse Racing News & Events

Jonathan Thomas Replaces Catholic Boy with Xenobia

It was a truly emotional and eventful week for trainer Jonathan Thomas that thankfully ended on an optimistic note. Last week, Jonathan Thomas had to bid farewell to Catholic Boy, the two-time grade 1 winner, who was retiring prior to starting a stud career in 2020 at Claiborne Farm. Catholic Boy managed to earn a […]

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Updated on: October 24, 2019 | Industry News | Cheryle Kaus
International Trot

The Future of the International Trot with MGM Resorts

For the second time in a space of three years, an Italian-based horse is the champion of the Yonkers International Trot. During 2017, Twister Bi provided an extraordinary world record performance with a time of 2:22.1 around the half-mile track for 1 ¼ miles, and in 2019, Zacon Gio dominated the competition with a time […]

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Updated on: October 24, 2019 | Racing and Events | Cheryle Kaus
Belmont Park

Animal Kingdom Acquired by Japan

American classic champion and winner Animal Kingdom has recently been sold to Japan. The news was revealed as a tweet from Naoya Yosida, the owner of Winchester Farm, and confirmed by Darren Fox, head of stallion nominations, who stated that the stallion was purchased by the Japan Bloodhorse Breeders’ Association. According to Darren Fox, Arrowfield […]

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Updated on: October 24, 2019 | Industry News | Cheryle Kaus
Breeders Cup Sprint

The Best Sprint Finishes in the Breeders’ Cup

Whether you consider yourself to be a casual horse racing fan or someone that lives for horse racing action, the Breeders’ Cup provides fantastic value and excitement for all. The BC Sprint, considered one of the seven original races in the Breeders’ Cup, has always featured some of the hottest fractions and managed to fulfil […]

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Updated on: October 24, 2019 | Breeders Cup | Cheryle Kaus
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