Horse racing talks aftercare for the Thoroughbreds it uses

LOUISVILLE, Ky — It's that time of year when the spotlight falls on horse racing — what little spotlight falls on it these days — and the industry and its hangers on laud the winner of the Kentucky Derby and turn their thoughts to the Triple Crown. Historically at this time, the powers that be in… Continue reading Horse racing talks aftercare for the Thoroughbreds it uses

Unsanctioned horse racing flourishing in rural Colorado

DENVER, Colorado. KDVR FOX31. Chris Halsne and Chris Koeberl reporting. (May 18, 2017)  — Hidden cameras capture doping, gambling and abuse of horses as regulators, politicians, and law enforcement turn a blind eye. Go to full investigative report » It’s Easter Sunday outside the Deer Trail Rodeo grounds. Armed teams of private security in flak jackets set… Continue reading Unsanctioned horse racing flourishing in rural Colorado

U.S. Senator Tom Udall calls for the end of doping in horse racing

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-NM) issued the following press release yesterday. It is of course important to demand it. It is another to actually introduce a bill, push it through and get it done. Udall is plucky and has the determination necessary to succeed. Sen. Udall is of course keenly aware of racehorse… Continue reading U.S. Senator Tom Udall calls for the end of doping in horse racing

How one snapped, dangling leg changed a heart forever

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Horse Racing) — It's Derby Day, Louisville's biggest event of the year, even bigger than Christmas and most likely generates more revenue than that blessed event ever will. There is nothing blessed about horse racing, especially the drug and death riddled variety put on in the USofA. An example of whereof we speak… Continue reading How one snapped, dangling leg changed a heart forever