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Closest Belmont Finishes

Although the Belmont is the longest of the three Triple Crown races, it has produced some of the closest finishes. Which of these close finishes (less than a length) would you rank as the most thrilling... Read More

Affirmation by Dan Liebman

For racing fans, the stars aligned for Curlin, the 2007 Horse of the Year, to return and race at age 4. Now, for just the sixth time since the Eclipse Awards were first handed out in 1971, a runner has... Read More

Out With the Old

So ends arguably the most tumultuous, controversial year in the annals of Thoroughbred racing. The sport no doubt is on the brink – of what we don’t quite know yet. But when PETA protests, congressional... Read More

Top 10 Performances of 2008

Although the Eclipse Awards are six weeks away and the best horses in each division will be decided then, I thought it would be a fun to do some voting of our own. Since I still haven't decided on some... Read More

Hurting and Hope

So you may be asking why embeded this video of a crazy guy walking a tight rope, or " slacklining " as we call it in climbing. It is pretty simple... we're hurting as an industry. We are bruised and have... Read More

Debunking the Myths

The Europeans whipped our butts in the Breeders’ Cup and are superior to American horses: Winning 5 of 14 races does not constitute a butt-whipping. Granted, winning five of the 10 races in which they... Read More

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