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  •  Belle Gallantey shocks Princess of Sylmar in the Delaware Handicap!Posted 9 hours ago
  •  Finnegans Wake defeats Admiral Kitten by an eyelash in the Arlington 'Cap!Posted 9 hours ago
  • There will be a Pick Six carryover of $167,021 when racing resumes Friday at Los Alamitos.Posted 2 days ago
  • There will be a Pick Six carryover of $42,460 when racing resumes Thursday at Los Alamitos.Posted 3 days ago
  •  Assateague goes wire to wire in the Dr. James Penny Memorial!Posted 4 days ago
  •  Assateague goes wire to wire in the Dr. James Penny Memorial!Posted 4 days ago
  • Clearly Now breaks the 7f track record at Belmont - 1:19.96.Posted 7 days ago
  • There will be a Pick Six carryover of $28,880 when racing resumes July 4 at Los Al.Posted 8 days ago
  • 1-9 Frac Daddy upset by Sky Captain in the Dominion Day! Posted 11 days ago
  •  Size holds off Ria Antonia in the Iowa Oaks!Posted 14 days ago
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From Coast to Coast
Posted Friday, July 11, 2014
This year’s Million Preview Day at Arlington Park features a quartet of Grade 3 races ranging from 1 3/16 mile to 1 ½ mile on the turf.
Posted Saturday, July 05, 2014
Minorette, a Kentucky-bred that began her career in Ireland, before shipping back to the States, made a bold late move to pull away late in the stretch of the Belmont Oaks.
Posted Thursday, July 03, 2014
You have to give credit where credit is due. NYRA has put together another excellent day of racing with their Stars and Stripes Card on July 5.
Posted Wednesday, July 02, 2014
When the eight 3-year old fillies that entered the G2 Delaware Oaks enter the starting gate this Saturday, all eyes will be on Joint Return. Winner of the local prep, the Our Mims Stakes, at the beginning of June, the daughter of Include has won four of her six starts in 2014.
Posted Sunday, June 29, 2014
Street Story took advantage of a blistering pace to record her first graded victory in the G3 Victory Ride Stakes at Belmont Park.
Posted Saturday, June 28, 2014
Under a patient ride from jockey Tyler Baze, Majestic Harbor inhaled the early leaders at the top of the stretch and drew away to an upset victory in the G1 Gold Cup at Santa Anita.
Posted Thursday, June 26, 2014
While Silver Max looks like the one to beat on paper in the G2 Firecracker, the race if far from decided and looks ripe for an upset.
Posted Saturday, June 14, 2014
Upstart Moonshine Mullin battled back along the rail to win the Stephen Foster Handicap and an automatic berth in the Breeders' Cup Classic.
Posted Friday, June 13, 2014
At first glance, the G1 Shoemaker Mile and the G1 Vanity might not look like anything special based solely on field size, but at the second glance, both fields are anything but ho hum.
Posted Monday, June 09, 2014
Immediately after the Belmont Stakes, owner Steven Coburn called Tonalist and Commissioner's connections cowards and opined that if you have to qualify for the Derby, then you should have to qualify for the Preakness and Belmont. But what would happen if that were the case?
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Despite growing up in a non-horse racing state, Ashley has been a fan of the sport since a young age. Her love for horse racing was fostered through the kids’ book series Thoroughbred by Joanna Campbell, and it was her love of reading and horses that led her to educate herself on the ins and outs of the sport. Since becoming actively involved in the industry just a few short years ago, Ashley has had the opportunity to meet many important players in the industry, attend the Eclipse Awards, see personal favorite Mucho Macho Man race twice in person, and get to personally meet and befriend many of the fantastic fans and horsemen involved in the sport.

 

Before joining Horse Racing Nation, Ashley created her own blog Wired with Ashley Paige. The idea to venture into the world of blogging came to her when she realized that she had much to say about horse racing and no one to say it to at the time. Since joining Horse Racing Nation as a contributing blogger, Ashley writes as frequently as possible as the Florida Filly. Though she mainly covers racing in South Florida, Ashley also blogs about nationwide racing, industry issues, and from time to time offers her opinion on how various changes could be beneficial to the industry as a whole. Most recently, Ashley was selected to participate in the NTRA Top Thoroughbred Polls.

 

An alumni of Macon State College, Ashley is from Central Georgia but is currently living in New Hampshire with her husband Chris and their two sons Charlie and Michael. A stay-at-home mom, Ashley juggles parenting with blogging and her other passions. Aside from horse racing, Ashley is a fervent football fan, enjoys reading and studying history, and hopes to someday author a historical work covering the Tudor period as well as biographies of horse racing’s stars, equine and human alike.