1. Incidents at Calder : Horse Rape, Cocaine, and Armed Robbery

    This week's feature story focuses on horse doping and fraud allegations at Calder Race Course, Florida's biggest and most lucrative track...

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  2. Not Quite 'Swan Lake,' but Surprisingly Close

    If you’re not a horse person, dressage is an odd event indeed. Horse and rider carry out carefully choreographed movements, often to music, in a formal manner, with their performance ...

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  3. Will Frankel and Black Caviar Breed Superhorses?

    Frankel and Black Caviar. The burning question in the horse racing world is whether its two biggest stars will ever get together...

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  4. Winter Memories Retired, Filly Has Bone Disease

    Winter Memories, recent winner of the Diana Stakes at Saratoga Race Course and one of the nation's leading fillies on turf, has been retired...

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  5. Churchill Downs Turns to a Harness Track for the Slots

    America’s most famous thoroughbred racing company is buying a harness track. But the lure isn’t the two-wheeled sulkies and their drivers pulled by standardbred trotters ...

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  6. Hall of Fame Set to Induct 2012 Class

    Jockeys John Velazquez and Anthony Hamilton, trainers Roger Attfield and Robert Wheeler, and racehorses Ghostzapper and Planet will be inducted into the National Museum of Racing's Hall of Fame on Friday in Saratoga Springs, New York...

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  7. Executiveprivilege Remains Unbeaten in Sorrento

    Mike Pegram, Karl Watson and Paul Weitman's Executiveprivilege was sent off the 2-5 favorite in Wednesday's Grade 3, $150,000 Sorrento Stakes at Del Mar and easily lived up to her backers' expectations with a 1 1/4-length win over Speedinthruthecity...

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  8. Santa Anita Named Host of 2013 Breeders' Cup

    The Breeders' Cup announced Thursday that the 30th Breeders' Cup World Championships will be held at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California, on Friday, November 1 and Saturday, November 2, 2013...

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  9. Watch Tiger Highlights!

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  10. Woods "pleased" with 3-Under 69 in Round 1

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  11. Alvarado's Manager Calls Fight with Rios

    The manager of Denver-based junior welterweight "Mile High" Mike Alvarado has informed RingTV.com that Alvarado's scheduled, HBO-televised fight with former WBA lightweight titleholder Brandon Rios "is a done deal" for Oct...

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  12. American Claressa Shields Fights for Boxing Gold

    The United States has always been a power in Olympic boxing. But this year, only one American has a chance at a gold medal, in the first Games in which female boxers have been allowed to compete The U...

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  13. Roy Jones Relives His Controversial Olympic Experience

    Before he won multiple world titles in four weight classes from middleweight to heavyweight, Roy Jones Jr. was an Olympian...

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  14. Full Treatment for Chavez-Martinez

    Other than fights involving Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr., the middleweight world title showdown between Sergio Martinez (49-2-2, 28 KOs), the lineal champion, and alphabet titleholder Julio Cesar Chavez Jr...

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  15. Mayweather Not on Pacquiao Radar for Nov. 10

    Top Rank promoter Bob Arum is headed to the Philippines on Monday so he can sit down with Manny Pacquiao to discuss the fighter's options for a planned Nov. 10 return to the ring. Arum, who will be in Pacquiao's homeland for a week, told ESPN...

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  16. Undefeated Brown Almighty Wins Stakes

    Flashy chestnut Brown Almighty, already one of four winners from Big Brown first crop, led throughout to win the $50,000 Sunny Halo Stakes (1200m) at Louisiana...

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  17. Horse Racing Gains Popularity

    BA Town's special administrator Arun Prasad believes the popularity of horse racing as a sport could turn into a lucrative venture for the municipal council...

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  18. Del Mar Handle Up, Attendance Down

    Fueled by strong on-track and out-of-state simulcast wagering, all-sources handle has increased 3.5% during the first three weeks of racing at Del Mar in Southern California...

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  19. Know More wins Del Mar Best Pal for Reddam-O'Neill

    It may be a while before we find out just how good a colt Know More is. But we know this. On Sunday at Del Mar Know More was good enough to beat four other colts and a couple of ...

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  20. Pedersen, Steward Emeritus of California Racing, Dies at 92

    Pete Pedersen, who served as a steward for the California Horse Racing Board for 50 years, died Sunday due to complications from a recent fall at his Arcadia home. He was 92...

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  21. Michael Phelps to Bob Baffert: Let's Find the Next Secretariat

    Don’t be surprised that when Olympic swimming hero Michael Phelps gets into horse racing he picks Bob Baffert to train his horses...

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  22. I'll Have Another Arrives at Big Red Farm

    Dual classic winner I'll Have Another arrived at Big Red Farm in Japan, where he will begin his stud career in 2013, on Tuesday...

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  23. Toscano Is First Female Trainer to Win Hambletonian

    When Linda Toscano got involved in harness racing, she never dreamed she would get a chance to make history. One year after her colt Chapter Seven ran fourth in the $1...

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  24. Whitney: Fort Larned Holds off All Challengers

    Janis R. Whitham's homebred Fort Larned joined the upper echelon of the nation's handicap division by scoring his first Grade 1 coup in Saturday's $750,000 Whitney Invitational Handicap at Saratoga...

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  25. De La Hoya: I'll Stay Retired for Good

    39-year-old former six division world champion Oscar De La Hoya (39-6, 30 KO’s) has ruled out a comeback because he feels he can’t fight at the same level he once could in his prime...

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