Latin American horse racing

Clásico Del Caribe: Relaunching A Latin American Tradition At Gulfstream Park

When the gates open at Gulfstream Park on Saturday, Dec. 9, the Clásico del Caribe, also known as the Caribbean Derby, will be arriving at its 50th edition, featuring the best 3-year-olds from the associated countries of the Caribbean Turf Confederation. The Caribbean Derby has stood the test of time, having been run 49 times (it […]

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Clásico Del Caribe 2017: El Relanzamiento De Una Tradición Del Hipismo Latinoamericano

Cuando se de la partida el venidero sábado 9 de Diciembre en Gulfstream Park, el Clásico Internacional del Caribe estará arribando a su edición número 50 con la participación de los mejores tresañeros nacidos en los países pertenecientes a la Confederación Hípica del Caribe. Habiendo resistido el paso del tiempo, el Derby Caribeño, como también […]

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Coming To A Simulcast Screen Near You: Hipodromo De Las Americas

Triple Crown fever didn’t end with American Pharoah’s triumphant Belmont Stakes on June 6. At least not for all North American racing fans. On Saturday at the Hipodromo de las Americas in Mexico City, Mexico, a 3-year-old colt named Huitlacoche, owned and bred by Mexico’s leading stable Cuadra San Jorge, bids to become that country’s […]

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NTRA, Latin American Racing Channel Team To Bring NHC Qualifiers To Latin America

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) and the Latin American Racing Channel (LARC) are teaming to bring National Handicapping Championship (NHC) qualifiers to Central and South America beginning this year. The deal giving LARC exclusive rights to award NHC berths throughout Latin America was announced today by NTRA President and Chief Executive Officer Alex Waldrop […]

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Tracks In Brazil, Panama Ink Commingling Pact For Simulcasting

In an ongoing effort to expand Thoroughbred racing’s integration and presence in Latin America, Codere has taken another step toward sharing commingled wagering pools between major tracks through a reciprocal agreement signed Sunday between Jockey Club Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre, Brazil, and Hipodromo Presidente Remon in Panama. The historic formal signing ceremony […]

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Diamante Negro Gives Mexico First Clasico Del Caribe Since 1995

Mexican-bred Diamante Negro ruined the hopes of Panamanian racing fans cheering on local favorite Jubilee Queen when the 3-year-old colt by the Sadler’s Wells stallion Election Day caught the filly in the final yards of the $300,000 Clasico del Caribe to win the 1,800-meter dirt race at Hipodromo Presidente Remon in Panama City, Panama, on […]

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