Every May, two weeks after "The Run for the Roses," the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland, hosts the Preakness Stakes, which is the second leg of the prestigious Triple Crown.
Wondering what your fur-pal might be able to compete in? Check out this curated, easy-to-understand list of dog sports in the United States. Each sport listed includes training expectations and physical requirements for both dogs and humans.
The Kentucky Derby takes place on the first Saturday in May at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. This premier horse race culminates in two weeks of races, parties, and many other special events.
Here's a list (with photos and descriptions) of 10 of the most important types of horse riding saddles associated with English and Western riding
A comprehensive article explaining the ways to prevent falling off a horse, with instructional videos that you can use at home to learn the best way to fall off a horse as safely as possible.
A part of the annual Mul-Chu-Tha Fair, the people of the Akimel O'Odham (Pima) and Pee Posh (Maricopa) tribes welcome rodeo fans to the All-Indian rodeo in Sacaton. Community spirit meets rough stock!
The so-called “sport of kings” has a nasty dark side that the industry would rather have the public not know about.
Ever wondered how the sport of kings is doing now? This article looks at the interesting sport of falconry- using trained birds of prey to hunt.
History has its share of horseracing winners, some as underdogs, and some as sure winners. Let’s take a look at the top racehorses from the past.
Held five weeks after the Kentucky Derby, the Belmont Stakes is the third leg of the Triple Crown and may determine the Triple Crown winner if that prestigious racing honor is still in contention.
While there are no dog sports in the Summer or Winter Olympics, the 2016 Rio Olympic games did provide dog sport competitors with plenty of lessons.
The Easy Entry cart is the generally accepted "standard" first cart, but there are alternatives. One of these is the Hyper Bike. Here's how they compare.
Born in 1861 to free black parents, Isaac Murphy became one of the greatest jockeys in America. . . and then white people squeezed him out of horse racing. Learn more about his story here.
We've all been there . . .you watched "National Velvet" or read "Black Beauty," and suddenly, you just have to ride a horse. If this is the case, don't rush out and saddle up a pony quite yet. Here's what you need to know first.