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On July 30, jockeys will sign Ellis Park 100th season commemorative posters to raise money for the PDJF. Sunday is HBPA College Day with $1,000 scholarships and iPad mini/AirPods packages given out to full-time college students
The Jockey Club reminds stallion managers to submit their Reports of Mares Bred for the 2022 breeding season by Aug. 1.
Breeders' Cup has launched a new website at BreedersCup.com, furthering the organization's position as an industry leader in digital technology. With a full visual redesign, is designed for the fan experience.
Speaking on a conference call with analysts following CDI's release of record second-quarter earnings, CDI CEO Bill Carstanjen outlined the company's intention for added racing at Colonial Downs and plans for CDI's operations elsewhere.
Kimari's stay in Saratoga will be a short one. The 5-year-old mare, who won the $200,000 Honorable Miss (G2) at Saratoga Race Course, will be heading back to trainer Wesley Ward's main base at Keeneland.
A one-day handicapping contest that will award players large prize money along with seats to the Breeders' Cup Betting Challenge will be staged on Saturday, Aug. 13, for the special Arlington Million Day at Churchill Downs.
Cachet, winner of the One Thousand Guineas (G1) at Newmarket, looks likely to return to the scene of her Classic victory for the Oct. 1 Sun Chariot Stakes (G1) after a freshening.
August 13, 14, and 15 in Deauville, the famous Arqana August Yearling Sale will take place, attracting buyers from all over the world who are looking for yearlings with exceptional pedigrees and conformation.
A proposal by the HBPA to have the Association of Racing Commissioners International modify a footnote of its rules related to thyroxine use in equines was defeated in ARCI's summer meeting of the Model Rules Committee July 28 in Del Mar, Calif.
It appears the end of a long road is finally in sight in the bankruptcy proceedings of Zayat Stables, Ahmed Zayat personally, and his family.
Smile Happy hasn't raced since the Kentucky Derby (G1) and Kenny McPeek says the colt won't be racing any time soon. McPeek said the son of Runhappy was scheduled to undergo a full physical at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital in Saratoga Springs.
Fans who said goodbye to racing at Belmont Park July 10 will not see racing return here until the spring of 2023. Belmont's fall meet will be held at Aqueduct Racetrack so the first phase of a redevelopment plan can begin.
The public hearing to discuss the Zoning Ordinance Text Amendments to the Ashwood Training Center site, scheduled for July 28 at 1:30 p.m. at Lexington’s City Hall, has been postponed.
Although it doesn't begin until Dec. 9, the 2022-23 Oaklawn Park racing season has already broken at least two records. The Hot Springs, Ark., track will offer the greatest number of stakes races and the highest stakes purses in its history.
Nashwa, ridden by Hollie Doyle, showed a fine turn of foot to come from well off the pace to justify favoritism and land the Nassau Stakes (G1) at Goodwood Racecourse July 28.
Assiniboia Downs CEO Darren Dunn believes that jockey Sheldon Chickeness did overcompensate in the handling of his mount, affecting the final outcome of the race and the order of finish in the fifth race July 20.
American Theorem, Principe Carlo, and Get Her Number, the first three finishers in the Triple Bend (G2) at Santa Anita, face seven others in the Bing Crosby (G1) at Del Mar.
Jackie's Warrior looms large over five rivals in the July 30 Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap (G1) at Saratoga Race Course. He has won 11 of 15 career starts and rivals know it will be tough to best him in this spot.
CDI saw new second quarter benchmarks for net revenue, net income, and adjusted EBITDA. Net revenue increased to $582.5 million, up 13% from $515.1 million a year ago.
Trinity Farm's Red Knight may have been unraced for 11 months going into the $156,000 Colonial Cup Stakes at Colonial Downs July 27, but the extended hiatus didn't impact his performance.