horse racing

Belinda and Frank Stronach have agreed to split their fortune.
The Queen's Plate is set to return for its 161st year in September.
Officials say there will be a safety review at the annual event.
A driver was fined $10,000 for his role in a chuckwagon race mishap.
Prepare to be amazed: these days a trip to the racetrack is so much more than just horseplay! Packed with good food and fabulous
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via GIPHY No fascinator? No problem A day at the races, should be casual and accessible. A three-piece lavender suit isn't
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If you're the kind of person whose date-night creativity bounces between a movie at the theater and a movie on the couch
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With the 143rd Kentucky Derby set to take place this past weekend, get your binoculars and your mint julep ready because we've gathered some of the best destinations around the world to take in the glamour and tradition of The Races.
July 3 will mark the 157th year of the of the Queen's Plate, the oldest thoroughbred horse race in Canada. From its simple beginnings in 1860 at the Carleton track in Toronto at the corner of Keele and Dundas, the Queen's Plate has now grown into a massive event.
According to Martyn Brown, "No corporation, no industry, no union gives the level of money that they give to politicians without expecting special consideration in return, and they do get it." Here's a sampling of what "special considerations" might mean.