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Some Industry Sites I Think You'll Enjoy

December 14, 2011 · By Terry Finley · Share
I wanted to share with you some industry websites that I enjoy looking at on a regular basis.  Here are a few favorites - from trade publications to individual voices. Leave some suggestions for me if you don’t mind. I love to read about our industry and would love to hear your thoughts.

Trades
Daily Racing Form - Known as the “Bible” of thoroughbred racing. Handicappers at the track won’t be caught dead without The Form. From breaking news to workout reports, this website has it all.

The Blood-Horse Magazine - Print magazine comes out weekly with features, race recaps, commentary, and news. Online, find video replays, blogs, and other exclusive content.  

Equidaily - Aggregates headlines and links on racing from around the world. Refreshed on a regular basis.
 
Paulick Report- Ray is a great writer and I read articles on this site regularly. I like his "Best of the Blogs" area.
 
Thoroughbred Daily News- Always like to take a look at the "Rising Stars". Provides a global look at racing and is an easy read. They often have cool interviews in their editions as well.
 
Industry Figures
Trainer Graham Motion

Trainer Todd Pletcher

Jockey Ramon Dominguez

Jockey Julien Leparoux

Individual Voices/Blogs
Barbara Livingston’s photo blog - An Eclipse Award winner, Livingston shares images and poignant descriptions with her fans. I could spend all day looking at her photos.

Hangin’ with Haskin - veteran turf writer Steve Haskin offers thoughts on current and historic moments in thoroughbred racing.

Brooklyn Backstretch - Teresa Genaro reports on New York issues and racing nation-wide.

Morning Line - John Pricci of horseraceinsider.com opines on the racing world.

Steven Crist - DRF publisher’s blog is handicapping-centric with years of experience.

Bill Finley - over at the ESPN.com horse racing page, Finley keeps it real with opinionated columns.  

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