The Jockey Club
The Jockey Club is the breed Registry for Thoroughbred horses in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.
The Jockey Club was formed on February 9, 1894, in New York City by several prominent Thoroughbred owners and breeders determined to bring a sense of order to the sport.
The organization is dedicated to the improvement of Thoroughbred breeding and racing, and it fulfills that mandate by serving many segments of the industry through its wholly owned subsidiaries, strategic partnerships and charitable foundations by providing support to a wide range of industry initiatives, including several focused on the safety of both horse and rider.
Daily Racing Form
Daily Racing Form - America's Turf Authority Since 1894.
Your source for horse racing news, entries and results, past performances and handicapping. Kentucky Derby and Breeders' Cup coverage, the NHC, breeding news, and more - find it at DRF.com.
Daily Racing Form, "America's Turf Authority Since 1894," was born in Chicago on Nov. 17, 1894 when it first appeared as a four-page broadsheet. Over the last 115 years, DRF has been the country's only daily national newspaper dedicated to the coverage of a single major sport. DRF is the most complex newspaper in North America, publishing up to 2,000 unique pages of statistical and editorial copy every day, in as many as 25 daily editions, 364 days a year (with the exception of Christmas Day).