Charlsie Cantey

Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Cantey ‘Made Horses Real’ To Her Audience

For many horse racing fans, the experience of the sport’s biggest race days comes through their television screens. Those of us who watched the Triple Crown more for the horses than the betting tips quickly learned to listen for the lilting voice of broadcaster Charlsie Cantey, who spent three decades giving audiences the horseman’s viewpoint […]

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The Mid-Atlantic’s Long Legacy Of Horsemanship

Although Kentucky is known as the “Horse Capital of the World,” a quick trip east to Maryland or Virginia provides excellent reminders that it doesn’t hold a monopoly on the title. In fact, you might say Kentucky wouldn’t have gotten to be “Kentucky” without the particular brand of horsemen who got a start in the […]

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PR Special Fasig-Tipton Midlantic: The Evolution Of A Racing Region

We are once again pleased to offer an exclusive print publication, available here and on the sales grounds of the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale of 2-Year-Olds in Training, kicking off today at 2 p..m. In this edition of the PR Special, features editor Natalie Voss talks with some of the men and women who have helped build a legacy […]

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Horsewoman, Broadcast Pioneer Charlsie Cantey Joins Water Hay Oats Alliance

Charlsie Cantey has been actively involved in several aspects of Thoroughbred racing for more than 35 years and is best known as a racing personality for her on-air television commentary, including the Triple Crown and the Breeders’ Cup. She has a valuable perspective on the sport by virtue of that wide-ranging experience, having seen our […]

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A Wearer Of Many Hats: Wolfendale Takes On Expanded Role For FS2 Broadcasts

Sharp-eyed patrons at this summer’s Saratoga meet might have started to think Maggie Wolfendale has a twin. The New York Racing Association paddock analyst has added another dimension to her broadcasting resume as she has started to do on-track interviews Friday through Sunday with race winners for Fox Sports 2 and MSG. Wolfendale is still […]

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NTWBA to Honor Sherman, Campbell, Cantey, LaMarra

The National Turf Writers and Broadcasters will honor Art Sherman, who saddled California Chrome to become the oldest trainer to win the Kentucky Derby, innovative owner Cot Campbell, trailblazing broadcaster Charlsie Cantey and accomplished sportswriter Tom LaMarra at its 55th annual awards dinner on Oct. 29 in Arcadia, Calif. Sherman will receive the Mr. Fitz […]

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