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Racing Future is determined to inspire a new generation of fans to enjoy the sport of horse racing.

New to Horse Racing: Learning the Game

Horse Racing: Learning the GameYou may not have grown up going to the racetrack but if you are an adventurer who enjoys gaming, sports, and analysis, the game of horse racing is one you should try.  Learning how to play the game of horse racing is not difficult. There are many resources available. Read More

Counting Down to the Kentucky Derby

California ChromeCurrently leading the way on the Kentucky Derby Leaderboard is California Chrome followed by Vicar's In Trouble and Dance With Fate. California Chrome has been selected as Santa Anita's Horse of the Meet. “We’re very proud of his accomplishments and appreciate the recognition by the media,” Trainer Art Sherman said. Read More 

Photos and profiles of each horse on the Leaderboard can be viewed online: Click here to view the currrent Leaderboard.

"We owe it to the horses and the public": Frank Stronach

Frank Stronach: We owe it to the horses and the publicThe Stronach Group has always been committed to ensuring that our horse racing businesses operate with integrity and concern for the health and safety of the horses and the people who work with them. Now, more than ever, we as track operators, horsemen and regulators must come together to do everything we can to prevent any abuse of our thoroughbred athletes. Read more from Frank Stronach

Racehorse names: What's in a horse's name?

New filly by Leonnatus Anteas out of Miss Heavenly

New foal photo postings signal that we are into another naming season. While Thoroughbred birthdays are easy because January 1st is the standard birthday for all racehorses born in the Northern Hemisphere, coming up with a meaningful name for each foal can prove challenging. If you're new to horse racing you may think a name is a name but . . .is it? What's in horse's a name?

Racing Future Ideas Contest

Racing Future Ideas ContestAfter our Ideas Contest winner Mike Caggiano recently shared his exciting experience as an owner, we re-visited some of the many great ideas that were submitted during our contest. Our challenge, as we saw it in 2010, was to find new ways to help our sport have a future. Hundreds of people showed creativity and took time to submit their ideas, well-known supporters of our sport helped to promote the contest online, and we published a summary of results in August 2010. These ideas, submitted by some of the best minds in horse racing, are as relevant now as they were then. Read the Racing Future Summary Report.

Horse Racing: Re-Building the Sport from the Ground Up

OroluceAfter our outside panel of experts decided on the winning entry for our Ideas Contest, I was happy to bring Mike Caggiano in as part owner of our filly Oroluce. Prior to winning the contest I didn't know Mike who owns a small business and resides in Florida. He had also never been a Thoroughbred owner. Click here to read Mike's story as a first-time Thoroughbred owner.