By: Kara Cox
The Triple Crown drought has inspired lust and yearning among trainers and fans alike. The Kentucky Derby, the Preakness, and the Belmont have been the pinnacle of Thoroughbred racing since the first crown was given (many years later) to Sir Barton back in 1919. The...
By: Sheree Zielke
How to bet at the horse track? Let's assume that means, how to bet to win at the horse track. First of all you'll need a fistful of money, a racing day program, and a whole lot of luck. And that's it. You'll win every...
By: K Bert
Horse racing is popular in various Continents in different styles and the most popular is the thoroughbred racing. Every year some of the best horses from Europe and Japan come to compete in Breeders Cup races. England has the longest history with thoroughbred racing but...
By: K Bert
Belmont Stakes is one of the most original races in the thoroughbred racing today in United States. It has long history and is considered to be one of the most prestigious races to win as a 3 year old. To win a Belmont Stakes takes...
By: Linda Ann Nickerson
Three jewels make up this coveted crown of thoroughbred racing. The royal trio includes three races:THE KENTUCKY DERBYKentucky Derby (the first Saturday in May) is the most lucrative race for three-year-olds, with a $2 million purse. The race is held at Churchill Downs, in Lexington...
By: K Bert
BETTING GUIDE FOR A FIRST TIME GAMBLERComing to the race track first time can be quite confusing with so much going on and the regulars just minding their own business and rattling to all type of number combinations to the teller.Your first step should...
By: K Bert
It is a great time to be a horse racing fan in United States right now! Why is that you might wonder?There is many reasons. One is the new legislation which allows Casino gambling in many racetracks today. These Casinos bring lots of gamblers...
By: Linda Ann Nickerson
Racetrack betting is based on a pari-mutuel system. Essentially, this means winning are proportionate to the total amount bet on a given race. Each horse is given odds of winning, which may change right up until the start of the race. The odds determine the...
By: Linda Ann Nickerson
RACING HORSESSince the dawn of human civilization, men have raced horses. From Roman chariot races to medieval tournaments to Native American contests, equestrian speed and athleticism have always been prized.In the United States, racetracks offer pari-mutuel betting for spectators and others, as jockeys gallop...
By: K Bert
For centuries Kentucky has been horse racing capital in the United States. The biggest breeding farms are there and some of the greatest racing happens there. Churchill Downs is a significant place in the history of horse racing in the US and home of the...

 

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