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Belmont Stakes: American Pharoah works out

Belmont Stakes: American Pharoah works outTriple Crown hopeful American Pharoah went out for his first gallop since winning the Preakness, covering 1 3/16 miles at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky. Exercise rider Jorge Alvarez said the 3-year-old colt "didn’t seem like he was tired or anything" as he went about a mile. Read more

Your New Therapist? Wise, Compassionate...And Likes To Eat Hay

Horses helping people Equine therapyOn a quiet California ranch, Koelle Simpson helps people confront their greatest fears and heal their deepest wounds—by asking them to enter a pen, hold very still, and allow a half-ton creature to guide them toward peace. Read more

Jockey Irad Ortiz, jr to ride Mubtaahij in Belmont Stakes

Horse Racing jockey Irad Ortiz, jrTrainer Mike de Kock has secured the services of promising 23-year-old jockey Irad Oritz, jr. for Mubtaahij in the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park, New York, on June 6. Read more


Australian owner-breeder credits star filly in his cancer fight

Australian owner-breeder credits star filly in his cancer fightAustralian owner-breeder Phil Sly credits horses with helping him in his fight against cancer. Sly, who owns 80 horses credits Group 1 winner Mosheen for prolonging his life. "What that horse has done for me, no human being could have done,” he said. Now, says Sly, his star filly Lumosty is continuing to help him with his cancer battle. Read more

Ontario Horse Racing: Woodbine Casino Consultation

Ontario Horse Racing Public Consultation Woodbine Casino Gaming The City of Toronto is looking for public input before making a decision on expanding gaming at Woodbine Racetrack. What do you want City Council to consider? If you were unable to attend the Public Meeting on Monday May 11, 2015 at Etobicoke Olympium, you can still provide provide your input. The City has secured IPSOS Reid to conduct a survey. Access the survey by clicking here. In addition, you can visit for contacts and information on submitting your thoughts and ideas.