Saturday, October 15 was a beautiful day to drink on a farm. Such was the agenda for many affluent tri-state area twenty-somethings, who flock to New Jersey's Moorland Farms for the annual Far Hills Race Meeting, informally referredShow More Summary
The Cubs haven't won a World Series since the Teddy Roosevelt Administration, sothat makes themAmerica's Team? And fans without a horse in the race should pickthe North Siders and forego the traditional eeny meeny miny moe? Aroldis Chapman. (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images). And moreimportantly, isn't ittime someoneposed the question, are the [...]
On August 3, 1960, the West African country of Niger declared its independence from France. On the same day this year, horses named Welcome, Facebook, Queen Latifah, Junio, and Istanbul tore around a hippodrome in the center of Niamey, the country’s capital, for an Independence Day race, the second of three annual grand-prix events held in the city. Show More Summary
Why the sport of kings is attracting the world's wealthiest people.
Hillary Clinton will be the next POTUS. There will be no magical moment that, all of a sudden in the last three weeks, everyone changes their mind. But, hey, some folks love a horse race. So, for you that do, there’s always Congress. x...Show More Summary
This year’s US presidential election is anything but ordinary – and anything but hopeful. You could call it a two-horse race in which both horses are behind. On the right, Donald Trump has plumbed challenging new lows of popularity for a presidential hopeful. A consistent 60-70% of American adults...
Being an avid fan of oddball games, I've seen some pretty strange things in my time. I thought I had seen the strangest horse-related game to come out of Japan this year with Uma Musume, the upcoming idol-raising, horse-girl racing game from Granblue Fantasy publisher Cygames. I mean, surely that's the ceiling, right? Combining Japan's
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall; All the king's horses and all the king's men Couldn't put Humpty together again. As the presidential race rages on, Mr. Trump seems to resemble more and more the nursery rhyme...Show More Summary
I'm already seeing some media declaring Trump the "winner" of this debate, because after all the most important thing is to keep the horse race going until the end. But that's laughable. Hillary Clinton mopped the floor with the talking...Show More Summary
The oldest competitive sport in the United States also is one of the wildest
This is not a social activity. I don't even know if people here are having what I would call fun. Show some respect, service is in session. People here aren't looking for trouble or to get wild, they are here to die with some dignit...
As we close in on Election Day, polls tracking the horse race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are everywhere. And as results are released, partisans and strategists work hard to discredit those in which their candidate does poorly and to emphasize those in which he or she is doing well. Some make dubious attempts […]
There's more to this Kentucky city than just horse races. Here's an itinerary of our favorites — everything from bourbon every possible way to brisket that throws a gauntlet at Texas's feet.
Since it doesn't fit into the never-ending horse race, networks, newspapers, and websites didn't find it of any value to dive into the fact that Trump is just a microcosm of a much bigger problem.
Most national polls show Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leading her Republican opponent, Donald Trump, by several points. But there’s one place where a Trump is pulling ahead of a Clinton: in the ocean. Researchers at...Show More Summary
The news this morning is all bad for Donald Trump. The candidate can't stay on message or keep his tweets or temper under control. A conservative icon published an anti-Trump, pro-Hillary op-ed in The Wall Street Journal this morning. Show More Summary
As I immerse myself in the start of football season and the home stretch of the general election, it’s hard not to notice a few striking parallels. Aside from the merging of the two worlds in response to Colin Kaepernick’s protest of...Show More Summary
With the one year anniversary of Ferrari's IPO in October, fans of the prancing horse can now own a piece of the automaker for about $50 a share instead of forking over hundreds of thousands of dollars for a piece of shiny Italian metal. But for many, there's no substitute to the raw power and emotion of a living, breathing Ferrari. Show More Summary
Vivek Viswanathan, a policy advisor at Hillary for America who focuses on college affordability and student debt, will be hosting a live Q & A here on Daily Kos at 10 AM PT /1 PM ET on Monday, October 3. He graduated with a B.A. in history from Harvard, an M.Phil. Show More Summary
Next year, 2017, marks the 70th anniversary of Ferrari [NYSE:RACE]. The Prancing Horse is doing several things to celebrate the milestone, including building a limited run of 209 LaFerrari Apertas. Ferrari is also offering each of its five cars—the 488 GTB, 488 Spider, California T, F12 Berlinetta, and GTC4 Lusso—in 70 different...