A wonderful weekend to you, EN! I’m currently in non-stop party mode, and I hope that you’ll join me. Yesterday was my 34th birthday, which I spent doing my three favorite things: sleeping, eating and...» Read More!
It’s Friday, June 6, which means Belmont Stakes day is almost here. The nation is swept up in “Chromania,” and I find myself reading the Bloodhorse, the Paulick Report and Horse Racing Nation each morning (and...» Read More!
The draw for the Belmont Stakes has just completed. Morning line favorite California Chrome has drawn post position two. Close to the rail could mean a shorter trip for the Derby and Preakness winner, but...» Read More!
This story originally appeared on Horse Nation, written by Kristen Kovatch. Thoroughbred racing has always spawned track superstitions, but California Chrome’s connections are turning theirs into a benefit for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. The...» Read More!
Here’s a pick me up for Hump Day! Exercise rider William Delgado donned a helmet cam for California Chrome’s final workout at Los Alamitos before his smashing Kentucky Derby win. We’ve been keeping you up...» Read More!
FLAIR Nasal Strips have become a household name following California Chrome’s victory in Saturday’s Preakness Stakes. New York Racing Association rules do not allow Thoroughbreds to wear the strips in races in the state, which...» Read More!
The Bloodhorse put together a great video featuring Raul Rodriguez, the 57-year-old groom for California Chrome. With over thirty years’ experience, Raul is considered the right-hand-man in trainer Art Sherman’s barn; he is responsible for...» Read More!
California Chrome as a sport horse? Ok, so we know it would never happen — he is a phenomenally successful race horse and will never know anything other than an oval, and later a breeding...» Read More!
California Chrome is one of many racehorses that now wear FLAIR Nasal Strips when they run. As eventers, we’re pretty familiar with the product– I remember receiving the first black ones in my show packet...» Read More!
For the 34th time in history, a horse has won both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness. http://t.co/7r7dkExWoj / pic.twitter.com/evukkyonFw — Sporting News (@sportingnews) May 17, 2014 The Triple Crown dream is still alive, as...» Read More!
The California sun must have traveled East to shine down on California Chrome this afternoon in Louisville. The chestnut colt stormed home to win the 140th Kentucky Derby with style, beating late-charging Commanding Curve. If...» Read More!