Authentic goes wire-to-wire to capture BC Classic
Authentic, the Kentucky Derby champion and Preakness runner-up, won a 2¼-length victory over Improbable at the Breeders' Cup Classic.
Order of Australia wins Breeders' Cup Mile at 73-1
Order of Australia, a 73-1 longshot who was in the race following a scratch and with a substitute rider aboard, won the $2 million Breeders' Cup Mile on Saturday.
Absolutely Aiden euthanized after suffering injury
Absolutely Aiden has been euthanized following an injury suffered in a chain-reaction incident that toppled several riders about 200 yards short of the finish in the $150,000 Lafayette Stakes on Saturday.
Essential Quality captures Breeders' Cup Juvenile
Essential Quality took charge in the stretch to overtake 94-1 long shot Hot Rod Charlie and win the $2 million Breeders' Cup Juvenile by three-quarters of a length.
Baffert adds oversight after medication violations
Two-time Triple Crown-winning trainer Bob Baffert, who has had multiple horses test positive for medication violations, is taking steps to "do better,'' including hiring outside oversight.
Improbable is 5-2 favorite for Breeders' Cup
Improbable is the 5-2 favorite for the Breeders' Cup, ahead of Tiz the Law (3-1) and Maximum Security (7-2).
The last word on the 2020 Melbourne Cup field
Here's ESPN's look at this year's Melbourne Cup field, with one of Australia's best form analysts, Deane Lester, giving his thoughts on why each horse is there and whether they're in the running.
Authentic heads Breeders' Cup Classic field of 11
Kentucky Derby winner Authentic heads a field of 11 horses, possibly including Preakness winner Swiss Skydiver, for the Breeders' Cup Classic, with trainer Bob Baffert entering three horses in the $6 million race that includes Belmont winner Tiz the Law.
Baffert horse tests positive for drugs for 2nd time
A horse trained by Bob Baffert tested positive for betamethasone, the third positive drug test by a Baffert horse in six months.
Fired Belmont worker charged in racehorse death
Prosecutors say a backstretch worker at New York's Belmont Park caused the death of a $200,000 racehorse by releasing the filly onto blacktop where she fell and broke her leg.
Hall of Fame horse trainer Gary Jones dies at 76
Trainer Gary Jones, who oversaw Hall of Fame horse Best Pal and 1986 older horse of the year Turkoman, died Sunday following a lengthy illness. He was 76.
Star European mare Enable retires from racing
Enable, one of the most decorated mares in European horse racing, has retired and will soon being a breeding career.
Swiss Skydiver sixth filly to win Preakness
Swiss Skydiver beat favored Authentic in a stretch duel to become the sixth filly to win the Preakness Stakes.
Betting guide for the 145th Preakness Stakes
How should you bet Saturday's final leg of the Triple Crown? Chris Fallica provides analysis and offers picks for the Preakness.
The United States of athlete streets
Ever wonder how many streets in the U.S. are named after athletes? We found the answer -- a lot -- and the majority are not human.
The United States of athlete streets
Which athlete has the most roads in the U.S. named after him or her? (Hint: That athlete isn't human.) Take a wild ride through the 3,764 American streets we found with athlete names on them.
Positive cocaine test for British champion jockey
Oisin Murphy, champion jockey of British horse racing, has tested positive for cocaine but denies ever taking the drug.
New California rule limits whip use during races
Jockeys in California will only be able to use the whip six times a race under the state horse racing board's new rule
Odds for the 145th Preakness Stakes
With the Preakness Stakes set to take place Saturday, here are the current odds for the 11-horse field. Derby winner Authentic is the favorite, just ahead of Art Collector.