Want to be a jockey when you grow up?
Daily Racing Form is packed with information for serious players.
Players' Row in the RaceBook is a favorite spot for handicappers.
Friday is party night at Turfway.
Students watch the action at the final turn from the VIP area on College Scholarship Day.
Ask any jockey what's best about racing and you'll get one answer: "winning."
Children are welcome at Turfway, and what kid doesn't love a horse?
Jockey Dean Butler describes his horse's trip.
John McKee gets a leg up as he heads out to the post parade.
A tickle behind the ear helps keep a horse calm in the paddock.
With its many screens for viewing races around the country, the RaceBook is a favorite spot.
Remodeled in 2005, the paddock features rubberized pavers that provide secure footing and keep dirt out of the Polytrack surface.
Every pony deserves a treat now and then.
Loading half-ton horses eager to run makes the gate crew's job delicate and dangerous.
Horse identifier Barbara Borden checks the lip tattoo of every horse entered in every race.
Trainer Bernie Flint gives careful instructions to his jockey.
Communication flows through the reins from the jockey's hands to the horse's mouth.