all in The Life

Lane’s End Farm is a cornerstone of the Thoroughbred industry, situated in the heart of Kentucky’s Bluegrass region where thousands of future racehorses are born each year. The farm has a storied history that stretches back more than half a century, when patriarch Will Farish raced his first stakes winner in 1967.

My introduction to horse racing occurred when:

I didn’t bet my first race until 1982. I snuck out of work with my friend and mentor, Rich Luty and we went to Monmouth Park.  He showed me how to read the Daily Racing Form and how to interpret the information and make it mine. If it wasn’t for him, I may not be involved racing today.

My top three favorite racetracks in order, and what I like about each one:

Thoroughbreds in North America all celebrate their birthdays on January 1, so as soon as the New Year rolls around, so does “foaling season” – that magical time that lasts from the beginning of January through the late spring when racehorse babies are born. In this weekly piece, we’ll bring you the best of new arrivals to the Thoroughbred world. So sit back, relax, and take in the Cute Foals of the Week for 2018!

It was a timeless moment captured in grainy black-and-white. Forty-five years later, the photo of a jubilant Penny Chenery, her arms outstretched as if she were in full flight, has become one of racing’s most iconic images.

After jumping into the game just six years ago, Jaime Roth’s family stable LNJ Foxwoods already has several graded stakes winners and a successful breeding operation. Learn about her experiences in racing, some of her favorite horses, and more in this Q&A.

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