Twenty years ago today, the Television Games Network was launched in a Santa Monica, California studio and forever changed the face of American horse racing. Actually, past tense is all wrong: TVG is the face
Happy Mariano Rivera Day, Yankee racing fans! And even if you’re a Yankees hater, how can you not admire the first ever unanimous first-ballot Hall of Famer? I was surprised by the jockey comments following
The Jockey Club Wednesday sent out an email alerting the public that the Coalition for Horse Race Integrity put on a full-court press in its lobbying efforts in Washington D.C., pushing for the passage of
Buzz, what buzz? Before the meeting started, we spoke with some of the locals. The message was clear: “They’re Off in Saratoga!” but you better hurry, only two months left before we’re back at Belmont.
It would have been nice had the inaugural running of
Monday, July 15—This from Mark the Pin in Cleveland: “Just
Thought For The Day Resident Playbook Expert Rob Vinciletti breaks
Who would you say is the better turf trainer, Brad
WAR OF WILL Preakness winner War of Will breezed in
By Ken Weingartner Hightstown, NJ — When Joe Barbera’s father saw
Executive editor John Pricci provides his insights on everything thoroughbred
racing. Big horses, big races, politics, it’s all here in his free “Feature Race Analysis” and “On the Line” column.
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Has been a sports writer, columnist and editor at various times throughout a journalistic career that spans more than four decades. His passionate writing and reporting on thoroughbred racing.
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