Thanks for checking out my hub on famous race mares in history. The horses chosen for this article are among my personal favorites, which is of course based only on my own opinions. Yours may vary(and that's okay!). I've tried to include both...
The Paces of a Horse There are a total of five horse gaits, although most horse breeds can only perform four out of the five horse paces. Having a basic understanding of the horse gaits can be vital to horse training and horseback riding....
Fred Rimell, Vincent O'Brien and Fulke Walwyn are just some of the incredible trainers that have produced some of finest racehorses in history. Their success - and the secrets of their training methods - is what every horse racing trainer around the world strives to recreate.
These champion riders have gone down in history as some of the best ever. They include Pat Tasffe, Fred Winter, Willie Carson and Lester Piggott, Willie Shoemaker and Yves Saint-Martin.
Nicknames for the Kentucky Derby and other interesting facts about the world's greatest horse race.
When is Ladies Day? Royal Ascot is the third week of every June and Ladies Day is the Thursday - and anyone can go. If it's your first time you might be wondering 'what should I wear to Royal Ascot?'.
African American jockeys made huge accomplishments in thoroughbred racing, especially at the big three Triple Crown events. Yet, they remain relatively unknown.
Standardbred horse racing is a fun way to spend an evening. Through many years of experience, I have developed some useful tips to help you pick winners in the United States harness races.
Needless to say, this list represents one man's subjective opinions as to the greatest of all time, and the horses represented here are only those who have raced on American soil. Those who argue that many non-American horses deserve inclusion will...
Some very simple tips for the social punter. Taking the science out of betting, and treating it all as just a numbers game. Toss out the form guides and give these suggestions a try for a few months.