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Do investments in racehorses pay off?
The market is hot, but that might not last.
A race to the finish: The Kentucky Derby, by the numbers
Get your pastels and mint juleps ready, the hottest horse race of the year is on the horizon.
Cocktail developers mix it up at the Kentucky Derby
The mint julep now has some stiff competition.
The Sport of Kings after American Pharoah
Did last year's Triple Crown winner inspire greater interest in racing?
Skill or chance? States debate historical horse games
Racing machines are tied to the outcome of a past horse race.
Not just fillies: women are becoming racehorse owners
More women are getting into horse racing by investing in syndicates.
Betting money on a dead horse: Seriously
Some in Nebraska are pushing for betting machines of 'historical horse races' at thoroughbred race tracks. The machines allow wagering on the outcomes of past races. Critics say they’re basically slot machines and would constitute expanded gambling.
Racehorses get advanced, and pricey, medical care
Want to win this weekend's Kentucky Derby? Start with a fast horse, then add a pile of cash for medical expenses.
'Luck' runs its course after three horse deaths
The HBO show gets canceled. But broken legs and other injuries are quite common in the sport of horse racing.