At the Horse Racing Track: Let’s Play ‘Racehorse or Clown’


Are you a horse racing expert? Well, it’s time to find out by seeing if you can answer correctly whether these names are that of a famous racehorse … or a clown.

America’s Best Racing’s Fun Guy Chase Sessoms is at this year’s Breeders’ Cup Horse Racing World Championships asking attendees the tough questions. At the beautiful Del Mar facility in California, Chase and TVG’s Ken Rudulph play the first ever round of “Horse or Clown,” much to the delight of viewers everywhere (including some very curious fans walking by).

Names to be classified as horse or clown include: Charlie Chalk, Vagabond, Snuzzle, Pinky Lee, and Doctor Rockso. Guess along with Ken Rudulph as he proves his intimate knowledge of horse racing and, oddly, obscure clown television programming.

Whether you are a long-time horse racing fan or new to the sport, ABR is your source for written content and streaming video that’s helpful to both beginners and hardcore fans of the horse life.

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