A handful of US tracks continue to host racing during the COVID-19 shutdown; smaller tracks Fonner Park, Will Rogers see huge spikes in increased handle.
A look at takeout rates - specified percentages taken by the racecourse - which vary from track to track and wager to wager across the country.
Can ulcer medications weaken bones? A new study out of Kentucky examines calcium absorption in horses dosed with omeprazole.
'Jet Lee' is back in the irons, racing fit and ready to rock - whenever the starting gates open again at the Etobicoke track.
“The racetrack was my babysitter,” says Kevin McKinlay, who turned an early passion into a successful business at Hidden Springs Farm in Zephyr, ON.
With new safety protocols in place and Woodbine Opening Day in jeopardy, WEG CEO Jim Lawson has had some difficult decisions to make.
Melmich was a $20,000 claim who retired with $1,388,331 in earnings. Now he could be part of this year's Retired Race Horse Project with Caroline Godson.
Day Phillips, Attard and Tiller agree doping indictments needed to happen, but industry overwhelmingly made up of honest trainers.
A recent study has found no causative link between catastrophic breakdowns in thoroughbred racehorses and a gene mutation that primarily affects Warmbloods.
A look at some of the highlights from this year's edition of the Fact Book's Thoroughbred breeding, racing and auction sales statistics in Canada.
The new higher limit of $35,000 makes the Small Claims Court an attractive venue to settle many disputes in the horse world.