Angry Driver Pulls a Gun Oh, Kentucky, land of horse racing, bourbon, and apparently severe road rage.
His most famous stories are about boxers and horse racing, but he had an affinity for football, too.
California Chrome crossed the line in a tie for fourth and the crowd—some fans of horse racing, others of great spectacle—hushed.
Like yacht and horse racing, wine making is a wildly expensive proposition, says Michael Mondavi, founder of Folio Wines.
And if horse racing endures and survives, it will be the result of an overdue focus on the august animal that defines the pastime.
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"That's why I do not think much of horse racing," declared Frank.
There was horse racing on any open ground to which people brought their horses to race.
Whatever it was it was connected with horse racing, and he felt sure that he hadn't done it.
Through the window she caught sight of her husband's horse racing wildly toward the house.
A serious contest; a hard-fought competition: Suddenly what looked like a shoo-in turned into a real horse-race (1970s+)