Hall of Fame horse trainer Gary Jones dies at 76
Trainer Gary Jones, who oversaw Hall of Fame horse Best Pal and 1986 older horse of the year Turkoman, died Sunday following a lengthy illness. He was 76.
Star European mare Enable retires from racing
Enable, one of the most decorated mares in European horse racing, has retired and will soon being a breeding career.
Swiss Skydiver sixth filly to win Preakness
Swiss Skydiver beat favored Authentic in a stretch duel to become the sixth filly to win the Preakness Stakes.
The United States of athlete streets
Ever wonder how many streets in the U.S. are named after athletes? We found the answer -- a lot -- and the majority are not human.
The United States of athlete streets
Which athlete has the most roads in the U.S. named after him or her? (Hint: That athlete isn't human.) Take a wild ride through the 3,764 American streets we found with athlete names on them.
Positive cocaine test for British champion jockey
Oisin Murphy, champion jockey of British horse racing, has tested positive for cocaine but denies ever taking the drug.
New California rule limits whip use during races
Jockeys in California will only be able to use the whip six times a race under the state horse racing board's new rule
Odds for the 145th Preakness Stakes
With the Preakness Stakes set to take place Saturday, here are the current odds for the 11-horse field. Derby winner Authentic is the favorite, just ahead of Art Collector.
House OK's bill to combat doping in horse racing
The House approved a bill Tuesday to create national medication and safety standards for the horse racing industry as lawmakers move to clamp down on use of performance-enhancing drugs that can lead to horse injuries and deaths.
Derby winner Authentic favorite to win Preakness
Kentucky Derby winner Authentic was installed as the 9-5 morning line favorite for the Preakness and drew the No. 9 post position at Monday's draw.
Swiss Skydiver to run against males at Preakness
In her only other start against males, Swiss Skydiver finished second to potential Preakness rival Art Collector in the Blue Grass Stakes on July 11.
Improbable romps to victory in Awesome Again
Improbable rallied to beat stablemate Maximum Security in Saturday's Awesome Again Stakes, earning an automatic berth in the Breeders' Cup Classic.
Jockeys at Preakness weekend face testing
Jockeys riding in the Preakness and other races at Pimlico next weekend must undergo a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of their first mount.
Belmont winner Tiz the Law won't run Preakness
Belmont winner Tiz the Law won't run in the Preakness, spoiling a potential showdown with Derby winner Authentic.
Authentic works out in preparation for Preakness
Authentic completed five furlongs in 59.20 seconds under jockey Martin Garcia on Saturday at Churchill Downs as the Kentucky Derby winner prepares for the Preakness next month.
Irish champion jockey Pat Smullen dies at 43
Nine-time Irish champion jockey and 2016 Epsom Derby winner Pat Smullen died Tuesday. He was 43.
Keeneland to host Breeders' Cup without fans
Keeneland will hold next month's 12-day fall meet without spectators, because of the coronavirus pandemic, but will allow a limited number of participants and essential personnel. The track will host the Breeders' Cup Nov. 6-7 without spectators.
Honor A.P. retired after Kentucky Derby injury
An injury in the Kentucky Derby has convinced the owners of Honor A.P. to retire the 3-year-old colt, who finished fourth.
Santa Anita delays opener 1 week due to wildfire
Opening day of Santa Anita's fall season will be pushed back to Sept. 25 because of poor air quality caused by a wildfire burning near the Southern California racetrack.
Preakness ends playing of 'offensive' state song
The official state song "Maryland, My Maryland" will not be performed before next month's Preakness because of its "extremely offensive" lyrics.
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