• Supreme Fairy wins The Deccan Bookmakers Golconda 1000 Guineas (Gr.2)
  • Fly Like The Wind wins The Calcutta 1000 Guineas (Gr.3)
  • Just Gold wins The Jagatjit Industries North India 1000 Guineas
  • Alexandra Mills Wins The Bangalore 1000 Guineas (Gr.2)
  • Quasar wins The Calcutta 2000 Guineas (Gr.3)
  • Dare To Dream wins The Deccan Bookmakers Golconda 2000 Guineas (Gr.2)
  • Bold Majesty wins The Bangalore 2000 Guineas (Gr.2)
  • Godspeed wins The New Hope Indian 1000 Guineas (Gr.1)

 
R Surender Reddy One of the most respected personalities, not only among the racing fraternity, but universally as well, is Mr R Surender Reddy... More...

Prakash Gosavi After receiving encouraging response to the Handicapping Classes held in 2011, the RWITC revives the endeavor... More...

Imran Chisty It is not a game of numbers. The purists always say - “It is not how many but how, that counts.” Nevertheless, More...

P S Chouhan A Jockey's career is one of uncertainties. Success is hard to come by. Risk factor looms large each time he gets a leg-up. More...

J S Dhariwal Sport as a career is a demanding proposition and one has to remain focused on the job permanently. The rigors of the work-schedules are always high. More...

S Padmanabhan When you think of Classic conquests in Indian Racing, one name stands out on sheer performance and result. Trainer S Padmanabhan, the Bangalore based trainer has achieved everything a successful trainer would aspire to in his career. More...

Jockey C Alford Calcutta’s champion jockey Christopher Alford achieved the much coveted target of 1,000 winners while astride Arktouros this afternoon and galloped into the jockeys’ ‘hall of fame’. More...

Jockey Suraj Narredu Born on 7th February 1985, the eldest sson of Sathish and Radhika Narredu, etched a place in the history books of Indian racing by becoming the youngest Indian jockey to ride 1000 winners. More...

K S V Prasad Raju The tall and handsome K.S.V. Prasad Raju has been a successful Trainer at Hyderabad for the last 17 years. A commerce graduate, Prasad was born on 15th June 1968 to Smt. K.S. Lakshmi and Sri K.R.K. Raju. More...

Dr Vijay Mallya The success of Sans Pareil in The Calcutta Oaks on Saturday completed a century of victories for the colours of Dr Vijay Mallya in the year 2009. More...

Silvestre De Sousa He’s come far. And he’s going places. A small man with a big talent. Four years into a British career and Silvestre De Sousa is on the rise. More...

Rajindra Undoubtedly, he is one of the finest jockeys around in Indian racing circuit. He is in early 40s but the age is not catching him up. More over, he is the "darling of Delhi" More...

L D Silva Indiarace caught up with the champion trainer of Hyderabad, L. D'Silva, who has been in the field of horse racing for well over three decades. 'Leo', as he is popularly known, More...

Fin Powrie Fin Powrie, an Aussie to the boot, is all set to make his mark as Racing Advisor to the Bangalore Turf Club. He has already taken charge, More...

Tom Krish Niall McCullagh is an accomplished jockey. He is equally proficient when it comes to understanding and maintaining relationships. More...

C Rajendra The rise to the top is never easy or so they say. None, perhaps, would testify to this phrase more accurately than the Western India Champion Jockey C. Rajendra. More...

MAM Ramaswamy Dr. MAM Ramaswamy is an enigma. The pillar of Indian racing, with the largest string of horses, achieved yet another unique milestone when Classic Sky touched the winning post in the Kolkata Oaks on Saturday. More...

Narendra Lagad Narendra Lagad, the burly Western India race horse trainer was crowned the Champion Trainer of the recently concluded Pune Meeting 2007. More...

Pesi Shroff Pesi Shroff, ace jockey turned champion trainer, is not unduly disappointed on Czar Alexander’s under-par performance in the just-concluded Nanoli Stud Pune Derby. More...

Four long years have passed since Major Pradeep Kumar Mehra, the founder of India's leading Thoroughbred nursery, the Usha Stud & Agricultural Farm Pvt. More...

Dr Vijay Mallya, Derby wins, fashion, lifestyle, glitz have become an integral part of Indian racing. Indian racing would not have been what it is today but for the colorful presence of Dr Mallya. More...

There is an air of expectancy whenever Dr MAM Ramaswamy strides into racecourses all over the country. The towering presence coupled More...

The charm of racing apart from the performance of the four-legged wonders is the persons who play a significant role in ensuring that racing becomes thoroughly enjoyable. More...

Sunil Jhangiani is a man blessed with gold dust. Nothing else explains the remarkable string of wins in prestigious races in the last two years. More...

No trainer in the history of Indian racing has made as astounding an impact as Rashid Byramji. The third generation trainer is simply the best in the business. More...

Vasant Shinde is arguably the greatest Indian jockey. It is not statistics alone that places him above all other Indian jockeys, but his legendary deeds in the saddle that has become stuff for lore. More...

Jagdish Singh Chauhan is without dispute a living legend of Indian racing. During his riding days, Jagidsh enjoyed the total trust of race-goers, More...

Imtiaz A Sait is easily the most accomplished trainer in the country. A trainer with an eye for perfection, he is always on the look out for a competitive edge. More...

PESI SHROFF is a name that inspires confidence be it the horse owner, trainer or punter. His ambition even as a child was to ride and to ride better than anyone else. More...

Two decades of incredible feats in the saddle have catapulted Aslam Kader into the status of an icon of Indian racing. More...

Success has chased Jaggy Dhariwal in every sphere of his professional activity. A customs official at Heathrow Airport to begin with, Dhariwal has excelled in his chosen profession, More...

Zareer Darashah is quite unlike most Indian trainers. He is truly a character. His restlessness and his excitable nature have firmly implanted on the race-goers. More...

Madhav Mangalorkar is perhaps the most enduring trainer in the history of Indian racing. The man with the inscrutable face, More...

Legendary Horses
 

ELUSIVE PIMPERNEL

INDIAN RACING has not seen the likes of him. He was the greatest. He could win start to finish or from any position. Over any distance.  In  record timings. The niggling  shin problem never hampered his progress. He made light of the back-breaking weights. He won 22 of his 23 career starts. He did what others before him or after could not do.  He was simply superb. And he was Elusive Pimpernel. Read on...

SECRETARIAT

By the early 1970s, racing needed a hero. It had been over two decades since Citation had won the Triple Crown, and the naysayers, with their criticism of the Triple Crown and racing in general, were gathering momentum with each passing year. Racing had reached a stage of advanced ennui and desperately needed something to shake the sport out of the doldrums.Along came Secretariat.
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