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Russell Baze continues to amaze horse racing fans Special

Albany - Russell Baze, North America's all time winningest jockey, won his first race at the age of 16 at Yakima race track in Walla Walla, Washington not far from his birthplace, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Digital Journal Report by W. Mark Dendy

Canada celebrates as I'll Have Another wins Preakness Stakes

Dreams really do come true when your name is Mario Gutierrez. Aboard Kentucky Derby winner I’ll Have Another, Gutierrez masterfully rode to a heart-stopping win today in the 2012 Preakness Stakes in Baltimore, Maryland.
In the Media by Eleanor Wall

Five horses die in two days at UK's Cheltenham Festival

Cheltenham - A deadly start to England's famous Cheltenham Festival has claimed the lives of five horses in just two days. Meanwhile HBO has announced it's ending its new racing drama after similar incidents occurred during production.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt

Horse racing at Truro Raceway Special

Every Sunday in June horses and those who work with them compete in races at Truro Raceway, a Nova Scotia track which first saw action in 1875.
Digital Journal Report by Lynn Curwin - 2 comments

Two horses dead following 2011 Grand National

Aintree - Two horses are dead following the 2011 running of the four-and-a-half mile Grand National, and an animal welfare organisation is comparing the race to bullfighting.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 4 comments

Carolina Cup Runs for the 79th Time Special

Deep in the heart of South Carolina just to the northeast of Columbia is a small little town of Camden and each year in the spring it plays host to a southern tradition, the Carolina Cup.
Digital Journal Report by Michael Bearak - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Horse racing has a troubled future

Horse racing might just be dieing faster than boxing. The reason for horse racing's demise is hard to pin-point, at least much harder than boxing's.
In the Media by Michael Bearak - 10 comments

Cartier Awards shone at by four legged friends.

Cartier was worn tonight by a type of winner as out four legged friends were triumphed over by the sea, the stars and a poet.
In the Media by Sarah Shannon

Another Barbaro Setback

Another section of Barbaro's left hind hoof has been removed.
In the Media by BluPanda - 5 comments

Traditional Berlin Race Course Hoppegarten Faces Its Demise

BERLIN - (dpa) - Once the scene of Germany's top horse racing events, the traditional Hoppegarten course may close down for good, after the Cologne Racing Association withdrew the financially bankrupt club's licence and cancelled all three races schedu...
In the Media by Jack Kindred
 

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French-bred Neptune Collonges wins Grand National - but was the race worth it?

Saturday witnessed the 165th running of what is for many in the United Kingdom a national institution; the Grand...
Apr 17, 2012 by Johnny Summerton
 

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