Thoroughbred horse racing’s story is told through it’s races. Some have been run for over 100 years while others are relatively new. Many are named to honor an outstanding horse or someone of historical significance within the industry. To know the races is to know racing. We’ll profile races here and make it easy for you to connect thread that weaves it all together, the races.

First run in 1984, the Breeders' Cup is a year-end series of races that frequently crown eclipse winners. Big purses, big fields and big payouts makes the Breeders' Cup one of the most exciting times of the year.
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The Kentucky Derby is the most famous race in the United States, and the most coveted by owners, trainers and jockeys. Known as the most exciting two minutes in sports, the Kentucky Derby has been run continuously since 1875.
Inaugurated in 1875, this American Institution has produced many a Hall of Famer as well as a Horse of the Year. Find out more about this storied race for 3-year-fillies
Get to know the races, one list at a time.
Curated selections of potentially overlooked great performances from some of the biggest races (replays permitting!).
The Triple Crown trail is where the greats have turned into legends and where fans have seen some of the best racing has to offer. Learn more about the Triple Crown races and their magnificent history.