Racing Art and Memorabilia: A Celebration of the Turf

Racing Art and Memorabilia: A Celebration of the Turf A highly illustrated celebration of horse racing in art, including paintings, prints and sculptures as well as racing trophies, commemorative works of art and memorabilia.

Mouse Morris: His Extraordinary Racing Life

Mouse Morris: His Extraordinary Racing Life Michael ‘Mouse’ Morris, third son of Lord and Lady Killanin, began his career as a jockey until a devastating fall led him into training where he has been prominent ever since. This book takes the reader through his unsuccessful school days as a troubled…

Racing Maxims & Methods of Pittsburg Phil

Racing Maxims & Methods of Pittsburg Phil This legendary classic, originally published in 1908, and still sought after today, reveals the observations and handicapping techniques of Pittsburg Phil, AKA George Smith, the most successful handicapper of his time. Smith won over $1.7 million, a fortune in the early part of…

Insights Into Racing: Explaining the Winning Game

Insights Into Racing: Explaining the Winning Game Billy Ashabraner was a small time horse trainer and a big time gambler. In 30 plus years as a trainer and owner he made it to the top of the trainers’ list, won the (KY) Governor’s Cup, had an early Derby favorite, ran…

The Gambler and the Bug Boy: 1939 Los Angeles and the Untold Story of a Horse Racing Fix

The Gambler and the Bug Boy: 1939 Los Angeles and the Untold Story of a Horse Racing Fix "Scandal on the Turf " the "Los Angeles Times" proclaimed. It was October 1940, a mere few months after Seabiscuit had won the Santa Anita Derby, and now this bombshell: "Six Jockeys…