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Nicholls Grand National hoodoo continues

The John Smith’s Grand National once again proved beyond the reach of champion jumps trainer Paul Nicholls who, try as he might, seems destined to find winning the ‘world’s greatest steeplechase’ beyond him, writes Elliot Slater. Nicholls went into the Grand National with a number of fancied runners, principally the Sir Alex Ferguson-owned What A […]

Take a Train to the Track…N.Y. Wises Up, Long Island Railroad to Make Stops at Belmont Raceway

I grew up about 15 minutes down Hempstead Turnpike (for those who know the area) from Belmont Park. So I know the area well…and know how bad traffic can be on raceday. So I was happy to see that horse racing fans who want to watch the races at Belmot won’t have to own a horse […]

Nicholls crowned champion trainer once again

Paul Nicholls landed the British Jumps trainers championship for the sixth season in succession as the 2010/11 term drew to a close at Sandown Park on Saturday, writes Elliot Slater. Although his seasonal total of 134 winners was some 19 behind the figure of 153 recorded by his arch rival Nicky Henderson, Nicholls’ prize money […]

RIP Jess Jackson, One of U.S. Horse Racing’s Leading Owners

Jess Jackson, the founder of the Kendall-Jackson winery and a prominent thoroughbred owner, has died of cancer. He was 81. In recent years, Jackson was one of horse racing’s leading owners. He campaigned two-time Horse of the Year Curlin, then purchased Rachel Alexandra,

Satellite Radio (Pay Radio) to Broadcast All Three Triple Crown Races

Sirius XM Radio has announced that it is joining forces with Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN) in order to broadcast all three races of thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown nationwide. Sirius XM radio listeners will have the HRRN’s broadcast of the 137th Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 7, the 136th Preakness Stakes on Saturday, May 21, […]

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