Racing Non Fiction
Steeplechasing a Celebration of 250 Years - HB
In 1752 two Irish fox-hunting gentlemen named Edmund Blake and Cornelius O'Callaghan made a wager to race each other on horseback.
History of Horseracing
Horseracing has stood the test of time as a great sporting spectacle, with the capacity to stir deep emotions in the enthusiast. It remains as popular now as it was over 400 years ago, when the first official meeting took place in Britain.
Big Horse, The
An insider's look at the 2003 racing season at Saratoga Racecourse considers the impact of the book and film "Seabiscuit," the scandals that implicated the New York Racing Association, the unexpected rise of Funny Cide, and other events.
Aintree Grand National Meeting, The - HB
Aintree has been a race venue for a very long time and will continue to thrill its visitors for many years to come.