New York-bred Tiz the Law wins Belmont Stakes
Heavily favored Tiz the Law won an unprecedented Belmont Stakes on Saturday, claiming victory at the first race of a rejiggered Triple Crown schedule in front of eerily empty grandstands.
Tiz The Law trainer discusses racing with no fans and winning Belmont
Tiz the Law trainer Barclay Tagg describes what it was like to race without fans in attendance and why the quiet was an advantage for his horse.
What to expect at the 2020 Belmont Stakes
Tom Rinaldi goes in depth on what the 2020 Belmont Stakes will look like without fans, as well as what having this race means for the sport.
Best bets for Saturday's 152nd Belmont Stakes
Chris "The Bear" Fallica breaks down the field for the Belmont and offers his best bets for the race and more.
Stradivarius claims third straight Gold Cup win
Frankie Dettori performed his trademark flying dismount after riding Stradivarius to a third straight victory at the Gold Cup in a dominant performance at Royal Ascot on Thursday.
Odds for the 152nd Belmont Stakes
With the Belmont Stakes set to take place Saturday, here are the current odds for the 10-horse field. Tiz the Law is the favorite at 6-5.
Asmussen becomes winningest Churchill trainer
Steve Asmussen posted his 738th victory at Churchill Downs, saddling Drop Dead Gorgeous to a win in the first race to become became the all-time winningest trainer.
California board approves restrictive whip rule
Jockeys competing in California won't be allowed to strike a horse more than six times during a race, and then only in an underhanded position, according to a new rule approved by the California Horse Racing Board.
Jockey Ortiz notches 2,000th career victory
Jockey Jose Ortiz notched his 2,000th career victory on Thursday, riding Creed to a win in the fourth race at Belmont.
Ankle injury puts Maxfield off Triple Crown path
Maxfield was discovered to have an injured ankle after a workout Wednesday at Keeneland and will miss the rescheduled Triple Crown series.
Filly euthanized after training injury at Santa Anita
Lightsaber, a 2-year-old filly who had yet to race, broke down during a workout at Santa Anita Park on Sunday and was euthanized, making it the 14th fatality at the California track since late December.
Honor A. P. rolls to victory in Santa Anita Derby
Honor A. P. pulled away in the stretch to score a 2 3/4-length win in Saturday's $400,000 Santa Anita Derby and climb to second place on the Kentucky Derby leaderboard.
Charlatan to miss Derby with minor ankle issue
Trainer Bob Baffert said Saturday that undefeated Charlatan will miss the rescheduled Kentucky Derby in September due to a filling, or swelling, in a front ankle. Baffert said Charlatan could run in the Preakness in October.
Horse named for Dr. Fauci finishes 2nd in debut
A racehorse named for Dr. Anthony Fauci finished second in his debut Wednesday at Belmont Park in New York.
Jockeys take knee as Belmont racing resumes
A number of jockeys were among nearly 20 people who took a knee before horse racing resumed at Belmont Park on Wednesday.
Arrogate, North America's richest racehorse, dies
Arrogate, winner of the 2016 Breeders' Cup Classic and the champion 3-year-old male that year on his way to becoming North America's all-time leading money earner, has died. He was 7.
Triple Crown favorite Nadal injured and will retire
Nadal, one of trainer Bob Baffert's early favorites for the Triple Crown, was diagnosed with an ankle injury after a workout at Santa Anita on Thursday and will not race again.
Del Mar to start racing early in July, without fans
Del Mar will open its summer horse racing season on July 10 -- one week early -- without fans in attendance. Races will be held on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Deadline for Triple Crown nominations extended
The final deadline to nominate horses to the rescheduled Triple Crown series is June 3. The late nominations were originally due March 30, but were postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic that caused the races to be delayed.