The Australian race mare Winx, the vision of equine perfection, badly missed the break Saturday at Royal Randwick but boldly thundered home to record her 18th consecutive victory.view
A first-of-its-kind technology for horse-racing wagering terminals, conceived of and proposed by PETA to raise funds to care for Thoroughbreds retired from racing, has been developed by AmTote International.view
William Hill and United Kingdom horseracing track operator Arena Racing Company have inked an agreement authorizing the international sports wagering giant to run on-course sports books at six of the Arena locations.view
Lindo Report | Arrogate was frequently called the “greatest horse in the world” after his dominating win in the $12M Pegasus Invitational at Gulfstream Park in January, followed up by his incredible $10M Dubai World Cup victory in March when overcoming an impossible start.view
Top California trainers Jerry Hollendorfer and Art Sherman are this year’s honorees of The Edwin J. Gregson Foundation. A charity fundraising dinner honoring the duo is set for Tuesday, Aug. 22, at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar Resort.view
VIP Getting Rich with Saber | Just got back from a four day excursion to Del Mar. The weather was great but the price does not come cheap. The Breeders’ Cup will be held at Del Mar for the first time on Nov. 3 and 4.view
Jockey Mike Smith will be honored with the 2017 Laffit Pincay Jr. Award for meritorious service to racing. The veteran rider will be feted in a ceremony at Del Mar on Aug. 20th.view
One of London’s most successful hedge funds has taken a stake in the international bookmaking giant William Hill. William Hill operates around the world including more than 100 sports wagering outlets in Nevada.
The Comanche Nation in Oklahoma is suing the federal government over a rival casino the Chickasaw Nation is building two miles north of the Texas border in the Jefferson County town of Terral.
Reports from Massachusetts indicate that Springfield city officials remain concerned about filling all the jobs at the $950-million MGM Springfield casino/resort set to open next year.
Steve Tight, president of International Development for Caesars Entertainment, in an interview published by the Asian media outlet Shingetsu News, has reaffirmed the gaming giant’s desire to enter the Japanese casino market.
The Australian race mare Winx, the vision of equine perfection, badly missed the break Saturday at Royal Randwick but boldly thundered home to record her 18th consecutive victory.