• Midnight Storm proves best in the Seabiscuit on the Del Mar turf.Posted 1 hour ago
  • Effinex is a game winner of the Grade 1 Clark Handicap.Posted 5 hours ago
  • Can't touch Almasty in the Commonwealth Turf Stakes.Posted 6 hours ago
  • Taris shows her class in the Go For Wand.Posted 7 hours ago
  • The Pizza Man dominates the Hollywood Turf Cup.Posted 1 day ago
  • Heart to Heart runs away with the River City on the Churchill Downs turf.Posted 1 day ago
  • Green Gratto holds off a brigade to win the Fall Highweight at 24-1.Posted 1 day ago
  • It's all Favorite Tale in the Fabulous Strike.Posted 2 days ago
  • Lavender Chrissie romps past Calamity Kate in the Zia Park Oaks.Posted 2 days ago
  • Mobile Bay wins the Zia Park Derby, while International Star fades to fourth.Posted 2 days ago
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Welcome to HorseRacingNation.com 2.0!

In our ongoing quest to innovate in horse racing, we've given ourselves a fresh, modern look that showcases the work of our passionate, talented bloggers and also highlights the beauty of horse racing with more fantastic images from Eclipse Sportswire.

Better yet, this new design is also responsive to your mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, so you can take HRN with you anywhere!

Our new look is also easier to navigate, as our stories are now organized in more useful categories so you can find the most important news you need. Not to be overlooked is the backbone of HRN - the Wiki. As we continue to roll out the new design, you will find the horse profiles easier to use, with the most important information at your finger (or thumb!) tips.

It's all part of our mission to revolutionize horse racing for the fans and handicappers who fill the stands, cash tickets and make a day at the races the incredible experience that it is.

As with any big change, there's bound to be some flies to be swatted, so we appreciate your patience with those. You can still comment on any article, profile or blog when you have questions, or feel free to email us at mail@horseracingnation.com.

As for "What The Nation Is Talking About", we felt that this section had outgrown the spot it has occupied since our founding four years ago. It now has its own page, which we call "The Pulse"! 

We now display the latest 5-6 comments in a smaller widget to whet your appetite for the full-fledged conversations that will continue on The Pulse. To get there, click on the "What The Nation Is Talking About" Headline.

Four years ago today, Horse Racing Nation launched with a dream - to be the best source for racing information and most lively community for racing discussion. Today, we're 31 lengths closer to that goal, and it's all because of you, our loyal, enthusiastic fans. We hope you enjoy this anniversary gift!

Team HorseRacingNation


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