This Week in America

Whipping Horses: They See Things Differently in South Africa

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Arnold Hyde, the acting chief executive of South Africa’s National Horseracing...

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Taking Stock: The Interconnectedness of Galileo and O’Brien

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Aidan O’Brien deftly maneuvered his silver Land Rover inside a covered...

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TDN Q & A: Tom Wood

Sunday, December 2, 2018

Tom Wood is the latest addition to the talented group of...

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Aberrational Clockings Shouldn’t Obscure Top-Notch Big A Efforts

Grade I racing on the East Coast has now settled into...

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Velazquez Reflects on Upcoming Milestone

Thursday, November 29, 2018

OZONE PARK, N.Y.–With a Hall of Fame plaque, two Eclipse awards,...

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TDN Q & A: Javier Castellano

Friday, November 30, 2018

At the relatively young age of 41, Javier Castellano is riding...

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Video of the Week

John Velazquez Approaches 6,000 Wins

Monday, December 3, 2018

On the precipice of his 6,000th win, John Velazquez reflects upon his career. Christie DeBernardis and Joe Bianca have the story.

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The modern day whips are a lot friendlier than the older whips, but there is still that perception that when a horse is being struck that it is possibly being abused in the eyes of the people outside the industry.

Arnold Hyde , Acting Chief Executive of South Africa’s National Horseracing Authority