1. 2012 Kentucky Derby TV Schedule: When and Where to Watch the Action

    As we roll into the most exciting weekend of the year for three-year-old racehorses, their human counterparts are wondering where they can watch them...

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  2. Kentucky Derby Post Positions 2012: Complete Listing for Every Horse

    The post positions have finally been drawn and most trainers can breathe a sigh of relief. The Kentucky Derby is the biggest race in America in both size and prestige, and post ...

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  3. Kentucky Derby 2012 Post Draw: Breaking Down the Best and Worst Positions

    Every year on the first Saturday in May, a cavalry charge of three-year-olds shoots out of the gate for the most famous race in America...

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  4. Kentucky Derby Odds: Favorites You Must Avoid

    As we get closer to the 2012 Kentucky Derby, the field looks the strongest it has been in quite a few years, and for the most part, evenly matched...

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  5. Breaking News: Legendary Sire Dynaformer Dead at 27

    15 days after suffering a heart attack, legendary sire Dynaformer has died. According to Three Chimneys , the influential sire suffered multiple holes in his heart after the event, including one measuring eight centimeters long...

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  6. Kentucky Derby 2012: Looking at the Top 20

    Over the last four months, three-year-old racehorses have been pointing to the biggest race in America, the Kentucky Derby...

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  7. 2012 Kentucky Derby: Hansen Highlights Blue Grass Field with Surprise in Store

    When most people think of Hansen, they think of the boy band back in the ‘90s. But for the horse racing world, Hansen is the horse that not only won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile last year, but also the three-year-old shaking up racing...

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  8. 2012 Kentucky Oaks Profile: On Fire Baby Lighting the Way to the Oaks

    Race fans that paid attention to Churchill Downs races last fall saw an impressive gray filly win two graded stakes races at the fall meet. But the filly has proved to be much more than just a fall wonder in her short career...

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  9. 2012 Kentucky Derby: Todd Pletcher Has a Handle on Derby Fever

    Every spring, a term pops up that every racing fan knows. Kentucky Derby Fever not only affects fans choosing their favorite horses, but the owners and trainers with contenders...

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  10. Kentucky Derby: Taking a Look at the Top 10 on the Derby Earnings List

    As the Kentucky Derby draws closer, the race to the roses has turned into a free-for-all battle for many on the graded stakes list...

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  11. NASCAR Sprint Cup at Fontana: Kevin Harvick and 6 Drivers Who'll Be in the Mix

    After running on the East Coast last weekend, the Sprint Cup series returns west to battle it out in California at Fontana...

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  12. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Chad Knaus' Record Tests the Limit on the No. 48's Legacy

    Chad Knaus. Jimmie Johnson . The names of the two main men on the No. 48 crew may be the most famous in NASCAR today. The duo has won 53 races, five consecutive championships together and don’t look like they plan on slowing down anytime soon...

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  13. Creative Cause Solidifies That He Belongs on the Triple Crown Trail

    When talking about the two-year-old crop of 2011, two names come to mind, Union Rags and Hansen. And after their hair rising duel in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, the two deserve the credit they get...

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  14. Horse of the Year Zenyatta Gives Birth to Bernardini Colt

    Perhaps the most anticipated foal of 2012 has arrived. According to Zenyatta ’s blog , the mare gave birth to a healthy Bernardini colt at approximately 10:10 p.m. at Will Farish ’s Lane’s End farm...

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  15. Eclipse Awards: Why This Year's Older Horse Division Is Great

    Every year, we hear from Old Timers that the horses on the track just aren’t as good as in the past...

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  16. NASCAR Sprint Cup at Las Vegas: 5 Dark Horses Sitting High in Points This Week

    As NASCAR rolls into Sin City for its third race of the season, some dark horses have stepped into the spotlight as those that are performing well early in the year...

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  17. Daytona 500 2012: Jimmie Johnson's No. 48 Team Gets Major Penalty for Infraction

    Almost two weeks after finding an illegal C-post on the No. 48 Lowes car during Daytona's opening day inspection, the penalties have been announced...

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  18. Weird Daytona 500 Attracts Second Highest Ratings in History

    To say that 2012’s Daytona 500 was weird would be a huge understatement. The first sign that this 500 wouldn’t be a normal race came on Sunday when, for the first time in its history, the Daytona 500 was postponed to Monday...

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  19. Where Are They Now? February 2011's Top 20 TCT Horses

    With the Kentucky Derby only 69 days away, prep races are starting to heat up for this year’s three-year-olds. But a year ago, we were watching another crop of sophomores attempt to light up the tote board...

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  20. Thoroughbred Industry Making Strides to Rehome Retired Racehorses

    Every year, thousands of racehorses are retired from the track. While the fortunate have a home the second they step off the track, others are left waiting for the right person to find them...

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  21. Daytona 500 2012: 5 Reasons Winning the Pole Doesn't Matter a Bit

    After two long months, the Daytona 500 is finally here. While most fans are waiting to see where their favorite driver will line up come race day, Carl Edwards fans are celebrating their driver's pole-winning run during qualifying last Sunday...

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  22. Triple Crown Trail: Taking a Look at Potential Kentucky Derby Horse Z Dager

    As we get closer to the Triple Crown, more and more names are popping up on the Kentucky Derby radar. But like every year, there are some horses hidden behind the top contenders...

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  23. Carl Edwards, Kyle Busch and 8 Drivers in Prime Condition to Win Their First Cup

    As we get closer to the start of the season, the predictions are popping up about who will win the title this year...

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  24. Information About Retired Race Horses Is a Privilege, Not a Right

    Last week, many thoroughbred fans went up in arms when it was leaked that Rachel Alexandra and her new foal were at Rood and Riddle for pain management related to the colt's birth...

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  25. NASCAR Sprint Cup Driver Changes: Where Your Driver Will Be for 2012

    With less than a month until the start of the season, it's safe to say that the short offseason we had this year is officially done. And like always, with the offseason (and late season), comes driver changes...

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