Women in Racing: The Anti-Feminist Pioneer - Horse Racing News | Paulick Report
One can hardly flip through the pages of racing (or, for that matter, U.S.) history books without finding the fingerprints of the du Pont family. The American branch of the family made its money in the Du Pont Corporation, the now-chemical company established as a gunpowder manufacturer by Éleuthère Irénée du Pont in the early […]
Desert Orchid to Red Rum: The ten greatest national hunt racehorses
From an equine superstar who was plucky and liked to attack the field - to a horse that won three Grand Nationals and just love to run.
'Riderless and with broken bridle flying, Morning Star II takes Becher's Brook at the Grand National Course at Aintree, Liverpool, England. A jockey, who earlier had parted company with his mount, retains his dignity as he is sheltered by the fence.' Image.