After surviving the fire that tore through San Luis Rey Downs thoroughbred training center, Belvoir Bay is making her trainer, Peter Miller, proud.
The Jockey Club of the United States is considering setting a cap on the number of mares that can be bred per stallion during a calendar year.
While horse racing will always contain an element of risk, it is crucial that the industry do everything possible to make the sport as safe as possible.
In this annual statistical review of the Canadian Thoroughbred, Ray Paulick highlights some interesting facts from horse racing past and present.
Ray Paulick recounts the conspiracy theories he’s heard about stewards or placing judges who are “out to get” the downtrodden horseplayer.
Ray Paulick says racetracks of the 21st Century will bear little resemblance to old tracks, with big grandstands and sprawling parking lots.
Forty-one of 50 U.S. states have made dog racing illegal, Florida being the latest and most important state to do so. Is horse racing next?
Ray Paulick says racing – especially horse owners – will have a tough time convincing politicians it deserves a piece of the action from sports gambling.
Evaluating statistics has long played an important role in Thoroughbred racing, but it’s becoming harder to make sense of them from a business standpoint.
Ray Paulick comments on two recent studies – one on the ability of female jockeys, the other on the anti-bleeding medication furosemide.