Hollywood actor John Ortiz, whose performance as trainer Turo Escalante was a highlight of the HBO series “Luck”, takes racing fans on a tour of Santa Anita Park in the third and final segment of this three-part series from America’s Best Racing.
America's Best Racing takes you behind the scenes for all of the major stops on the road to the 2012 Breeders' Cup World Championships at Santa Anita Park in November.
The Insider series provides viewers an insider's perspective with must-see stories direct from the connections of top horses pointing for the biggest races of the year. We'll take you from the backstretch to the track, get up close and personal with the horses, meet their key connections, and provide expert analysis ... everything you'll need to know to get ready for the key races on the path to Santa Anita.
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Hollywood actor John Ortiz, whose performance as trainer Turo Escalante was a highlight of the HBO series “Luck”, takes racing fans on a tour of Santa Anita Park in the second segment of this three-part series from America’s Best Racing.
Hollywood actor John Ortiz, whose performance as trainer Turo Escalante was a highlight of the HBO series “Luck”, takes racing fans on a tour of Santa Anita Park in the first segment of this three-part series from America’s Best Racing.
Beautiful people, top-shelf mixed drinks, fantastic atmosphere, and world-class racing, the 2012 Breeders' Cup World Championships had it all. Get In The Game!
The Racing 101 tent spent the day at Santa Anita Park for an exhilarating Super Saturday, helping new racing fans as well as more experienced horseplayers understand Thoroughbred racing and betting on horses.
Los Angeles chefs and food vendors cooked up a unique blend of culinary offerings for racing fans to enjoy. Located in the paddock fountain area for the first time during the 29th running of the Breeders' Cup World Championships, which occurred November 2-3 at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, CA.
Hall Of Fame Trainer Bill Mott talks with ABR about his plans for the rest of the season as well as the stiff competition the Breeders' Cup brings every year.
McKay Smith and James Dickson talk about their strategies for the 2012 Breeders' Cup Betting Challenge, which featured a $170,000 winner's share that was won by Patrick McGoey.
Legendary singer Tony Benntt will perform ''The Best Is Yet to Come'' at The Breeders' Cup Championships at Santa Anita Park, CA. on Nov. 3.
Check out the scene at Santa Anita Park, where the 2012 Breeders' Cup is set for November 2nd and 3rd. Enjoy all of the sights and sounds ranging from live music, food trucks, and celebrity sightings, to the exciting racing on the track.
Take a look at ABR's exclusive coverage of the fall meet at Keeneland in Lexington, Ky., which runs October 5 - 27.
Nine graded stakes ran during Keeneland’s three-day opening weekend. Winners of seven races will automatically qualify for the Breeders’ Cup World Championships on Nov. 2-3 at Santa Anita.
Fans at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Ky., talk about what the picturesque track means to them and explain why it is such a special venue.
Fans come to Keeneland Race Course for more than world-class racing. Tailgating is as much a part of the scene as gleaming Thoroughbreds and the bright colors of the jockeys' silks as they come flashing by.
Students get in the game on Keeneland's annual College Scholarship Day.
The Racing 101 crew comes to beautiful Keeneland for the always dazzling fall meet.
America's Best Racing's Penelope Miller puts racing fans at Keeneland Race Course on the spot, testing their knowledge of racing terms.
Last Friday, The University of Kentucky kicked off homecoming weekend at Keeneland with "See Blue Day," wich included free general admission for UK students, alumni and faculty.
Silver medalist in the 4x100-meter relay and Kentucky's own Tyson Gay visited Keeneland Race Course to interact with his fans and take in the excitement of the fabulous fall meet.
Trainers Buff Bradley and Charles Lopresti let ABR know just why Keeneland is so important to them.