The running of the Breeders' Cup will be hosted at Churchill Downs, Louisville, Kentucky, November 2-3, 2018. The inaugural horse event will feature the finest horses from North America and Europe. With 14 races and a total purse of $25.5 million, the Breeders' Cup World Championship is the culmination of the horse racing season. Santa Anita Park will host the prestigious event for first time in history. The online horse betting action is about to go through the roof... READ MORE
The 145th running of the Kentucky Derby is every year on the first weekend of May, also known as 'the fastest two minutes in sports. But the Kentucky Derby is far more than just a race of thoroughbreds, it is a great opportunity to have some action and bet on the ponies. A celebration and ceremony there at historic Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. The race marks the first leg in the US Triple Crown for thoroughbreds, and is the finale of a two-week-long Kentucky Derby Festival in Louisville. READ MORE
The second race in horse racing's Triple Crown is the Preakness Stakes. The Preakness has had some memorable horse race winners with great photo finishes. Who could ever forget horses like Northern Dancer, Secretariat, Seattle Slew, Affirmed, Tabasco Cat, or Smarty Jones... READ MORE
Because of its distance and status as the race that can make or break a Triple Crown champion, the Belmont Stakes has been the venue for some of the most famous moments in American horse racing. The trophy, a solid silver bowl originally crafted by Tiffany's, was presented by the Belmont family as a perpetual award for the Belmont Stakes in 1926. The winning owner is given the option of keeping the trophy for the year their horse reigns as Belmont champion... READ MORE
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