Eddie Arcaro

‘Inside The Crown Vault’: Kentucky Derby Museum Announces VIP Tour

Kentucky Derby Museum is excited to take guests on a tour “Inside the Crown.” The Museum has over 10,000 items in its collections, yet only a small fraction is on display at any given time. This exclusive tour gives guests the opportunities to learn about rare artifacts pulled from the vault. This is the first […]

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At 83, The Time Is Now For Agent To The Stars DeGregory

Vince DeGregory turns 84 on Aug. 29, but he has a lot to celebrate today. On Monday, the veteran agent who now calls the shots for jockey Tiago Pereira at Santa Anita, underwent throat surgery for 90 minutes at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Burbank to remove a growth attached to his thyroid gland that left […]

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Jockeys’ Guild To Honor Brian Elmore With Eddie Arcaro Award

Brian Elmore, longtime member of the Centaur Gaming team that oversees operations at both Indiana Grand Racing & Casino and Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, is the recipient of the 2016 Eddie Arcaro Award given annually by the Jockeys’ Guild at their annual assembly held Tuesday, Feb. 16 in Hollywood, Fla. Elmore will be honored […]

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Owners, Jockeys, Horses to Be Honored on ‘Racing Walk of Champions’

The Arcadia Historical Society, City of Arcadia and Santa Anita Park have announced an official Grand Opening of California racing’s first-ever “Thoroughbred Racing Walk of Champions” on Saturday, Sept. 27, beginning at 5 p.m. on First Ave. between Wheeler St. and Huntington Drive. In a manner similar to that of the world famous “Hollywood Walk […]

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Retired Jockey Hinojosa Recounts His Storied Career

In the 1950s and 1960s, when race tracks could regularly outdraw football and baseball crowds and pari-mutuel wagering accounting for the vast majority of gambling revenue outside of Las Vegas, horse racing truly was the Sport of Kings. Racing was at the top of its game with nearly 300 race tracks across the country and regular coverage […]

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By Ray Paulick I always considered Jerry Bailey to be a thinking man’s jockey, and when I called him to talk about what it was like to ride in the Kentucky Derby, I wasn’t disappointed. Bailey, a member of the National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame, hung up his tack in 2006 after […]

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As we run up to the 2009 Eclipse Awards, Jon White of HRTV gives us a very interesting perspective on the ballot process. What if we awarded all-time Eclipse winners in each category? White’s ballot has a nice mix of new and old, respecting the recent accomplishments of Zenyatta and Rachel Alexandra while ultimately siding […]

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