|Oaklawn Park's Racing Festival of the South
Track announcer Frank Mirahmadi tells Good Day's Greg Dee what's in store for the last week of live racing in Hot Springs.
|Small Fire at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, No One Hurt
Incident happened inside a dorm room in barn 2, no horses harmed.
|Cold, Wet Weather Means No Infield Activities at Oaklawn Park until March 30
Live racing will not be affected and will continue as scheduled.
|Oaklawn says 2012 attendance up by 20,000 people
Oaklawn Park says its attendance was up by more than 20,000 this racing season, thanks to a mild winter that allowed the track to run all its scheduled races.
|I'll Have Another scratched from Belmont
I'll Have Another's bid for the first Triple Crown in 34 years ended shockingly in the barn and not on the racetrack Friday when the colt was scratched the day before the Belmont Stakes and retired with a swollen tendon.
|Opening day at Oaklawn
Life is back at the Oaklawn. After nine long months, the main hall is noisy again. But faithful fans tune it out, betting on the best horse and jockey team.
|Oaklawn increases purses, cites better attendance
Oaklawn is increasing purses by a total of $800,000 for the remainder of the racing season, a bump that the track says is possible because of increased attendance.
|Plum Pretty cruises to Apple Blossom Handicap win
Plum Pretty shook off a poor start and cruised to a victory in the $500,000 Apple Blossom Handicap on Friday at Oaklawn Park.
|Jockey Calvin Borel to return to Oaklawn in Feb.
Oaklawn Park says Kentucky Derby winner Calvin Borel is returning to Hot Springs next month.
|Arienza seeks short road back to confidence in American Beauty
Living up to a lofty family name hasn’t been easy for Arienza, but Robert and Lawana Low’s regally bred daughter of 2002 Horse of the Year Azeri will get a chance to end a losing streak by sprinting in Sunday’s $50,000 American Beauty at Oaklawn.