General a Rod retired, will stand in Indiana – ESPN

Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment General a Rod, a Grade 1-placed stakes winner, has been retired from racing and will stand at Hidden Springs Farm in Palmyra, Ind., for the 2018 breeding season at an advertised fee of $3,500. The 6-year-old son of Roman Ruler finished his ontrack career with five wins […]

Marlborough racing tips for Tuesday October 31 – Telegraph.co.uk

Welcome to our daily tipping service provided by Telegraph Sport‘s very own champion tipster Marlborough. Attending a meeting today? In need of some guidance? Or just fancy a flutter? You’ve come to the right place.  Each day Marlborough will bring you the best bets from every race at every racecourse around the country. From the […]

Horse racing reps discuss ways to reinvigorate industry – Charleston Gazette-Mail

Racing industry representatives met Monday as part of an ongoing West Virginia Racing Commission effort to come up with ways to reinvigorate interest in thoroughbred racing in the state, possibly through off-track wagering, wagering by computer or smartphone, or staging thoroughbred races at the State Fair. They conceded, however, that odds […]

Why NASCAR’s Joe Gibbs Racing has a little piece of Dallas with it every time it reaches winner’s circle – Dallas News

That was 25 years ago. JGR has grown from one car to four, winning 248 wins in the Cup and Xfinity series plus four NASCAR championships. Heading into Sunday’s race, JGR has two cars in the running for the 2017 title. It is growth — and success — Gibbs never envisioned when he first approached […]

‘Sprint Vector’ brings VR foot racing to PlayStation 4 – Engadget

To recap: the story is that an eccentric robot scoops up not-so-voluntary competitors from around the galaxy to participate in “cross-dimensional” races, but this is ultimately just a pretext for an extremely fast-paced VR experience. The arm-swinging mechanic lets you smoothly dodge around obstacles, soar through the air and vault over hurdles without having to […]

Sadly, the ‘lost generation’ is vital to the future of racing – Telegraph.co.uk

Last week the Gemba Group, apparently ‘a worldwide authority in sport and entertainment’, caused quite a stir. They pointed out that in Australia ‘the millennials’ [those aged 18-29] aren’t that interested in horse racing. We can take it as read that the situation in the UK is no better; maybe even worse? Should this be […]

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