One unlucky jockey was moving up towards the finish line this week in Australia just as his pants were coming down. And he ended up becoming the butt of a bunch of jokes on Twitter. Blake Shinn was riding his horse, Miss Royale, in the...Show More Summary
Get ready! We’ve got Harry and haircuts and horse races waiting for you, as the wait for Baby Cambridge Two continues. As a gentle reminder, The Royal We is currently on sale for $9.99, if you are a reader of e-books. Allow me to link you up: - It’s a Kindle Select Pick, which means Read More...
Marco Rubio is the latest Republican to get a modest horse race poll bounce, but will it last? Support for same sex marriage hits another new high. And Chris Christie has a bad week. This is HuffPollster for Friday, April 24, 2015. Presidential aspirants can get poll "bounces" when they announce their candidacies, and Sen. Show More Summary
Mint juleps are as much apart as the Kentucky Derby as the grandiose hats and the race horses themselves. The key to a perfect mint julep is using Kentucky bourbon. If you really want to be authentic, serve your cocktails in silver cups over crushed ice.
The excitement of watching the Kentucky Derby is unparalleled to any other sporting event. Whether you are watching the race from home or at the track, your eyes are glued to the horses in anticipation on which one will cross the finish line first.
Jockey Blake Shinn left racers behind him with quite the view at Canterbury Park Racecourse in Sydney on Thursday. Moments after the horse race began, Shinn's pants started to slip, exposing his rear to those behind him (as well as everyone watching on television). "I was more worried about winning the race," Shinn told Stuff. Show More Summary
Spring is when one of America's most legendary races takes place: the Kentucky Derby. More than 140 years of tradition surround this world-famous horse race, in which 20 top thoroughbreds will run one and a quarter miles in the "RunShow More Summary
Every year, 20 jockeys and their horses compete for a top four finish in the Kentucky Derby. The race — which takes place at the historic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky on May 2nd — has been going on since the late 1800s. Show More Summary
The Kentucky Racing Health Services Center, a nurse practitioner-managed health clinic, has been providing free or low-cost health care to horse racing workers at Louisville's Churchill Downs racetrack for 10 years.
Addicting Info - Scott Walker left at the altar; Grasping Reality - damn the consequences, it's just a horse race; Joe.My.God - just another gay hatin' serial rapist pastor; Lawyers, Guns & Money - Florida GOP complete idiots on Medicaid...Show More Summary
The Singapore International Racing Festival starts today at One Raffles Place and will stretch through to May 17 when the two highly-anticipated international races – the Singapore Airlines International Cup and KrisFlyer International Sprint – will be run at the Singapore Racecourse. Read the rest of the story at: Hold your horses: Singapore International Racing Festival
A familiar face in the world of hockey will be joining NBC for their coverage of the 2015 Kentucky Derby. Eddie Olczyk, the main NHL analyst for NBC Sports, is also a noted horse racing enthusiast and will serve as a handicapper for the upcoming event. Show More Summary
We're just over a week away from the Kentucky Derby, a two-minute horse race that's the perfect excuse for a full day of partying. Bourbon, big hats and seersucker are de rigueur at most of these May 2 events, so plan accordingly. (And remember, post time is around 6:24 p.m., so make sure you're in front of a TV before then.)Read full article >>
Gambling is fairly restricted in Japan, but as well as the very popular horses, there is keirin, and, a little more unusually, boat racing (kyotei). Yet despite the latter in particular being the sport of kings pitifully poor relative, on a sunny day it does at least offer a surprisingly pleasant setting. The novelty of […]
One race caller had a lot of fun with a horse named "ARRRRR." When they call it "the sport of kings," are they talking about horse racing or naming racehorses? It seems like a lot more care goes into the latter. This race, for example,...Show More Summary
The reality of Hillary Clinton rolling all GOP contenders is way too dull apparently, so the New York Times would rather get in on that sweet, sweet manufactured controversy early. The New York Times and Fox News have both struck agreements with a conservative author for access to his research on Hillary and Bill Clinton. [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
Autoblog recaps the 2015 Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix, a race that came down to Mercedes' overwhelming power versus Ferrari's combination of power and strategy. Continue reading 2015 Bahrain F1 Grand Prix puts a dark horse in the desert...Show More Summary
The best living symbol of horse racing's Holy Grail was on the phone this week, keeping the hope and vision alive.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's privatization agency (HRADF) has invited OPAP to sign a deal next week to acquire the country's sole license for horse racing betting, the first state asset sale to be completed by the new leftist-led coalition government. Show More Summary
The final weeks of draft speculation bring a wearying feeling of deja vu. There are always two quarterbacks, and they are usually trapped in a two-month horse race played out on talk shows and in mock drafts. There's always the guy who...Show More Summary