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This year, America’s Best Racing and the Retired Racehorse Project will be sharing diaries from several trainers preparing for the 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover competition, scheduled for Oct. 2-5 at the Kentucky Horse Park.

Sometimes, life throws you curveballs and you just have to canter sideways through it. Or at least that’s what Dizzy though at his very first show.  

July 20 was an unusual day at Monmouth Park in Oceanport, N.J., where racing was postponed until 6 p.m. ET after the second race and all races other than stakes were canceled due to oppressive heat. Fans at the shore made the most out of the day, however, and enjoyed a day at the races for Monmouth Park's signature race, the $1 million, Grade 1 Haskell Invitational Stakes.

Owners Jeff Bowen of Gryphon Investments, Don Ameche III, and Randy Reed and trainer Dee Curry will make their first appearance in a Grade 1 stakes race Saturday with Bethlehem Road.

The road to the Breeders’ Cup is underway, and prep season is heating up. If there’s anyone who can take the heat, it’s celebrity chef and Breeders’ Cup ambassador Bobby Flay. Not only is Flay one of the best-known restaurateurs and TV personalities, he’s also heavily involved in the sport of racing as an owner and a fan. He can also handicap the races with the best of them!

Featuring America’s Best Racing’s deep roster of talented contributors, including former ESPN SportsCenter weekend anchor now-turned radio personality Bram Weinstein, who serves as the host of “The Winner’s Circle”; retired Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens; and Dan Tordjman, “The Winner’s Circle” presented by The Stronach Group brings together these accomplished racing insiders to share their knowledge, tips, insights, and opinions by offering a unique, weekly pers

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