Book Excerpts

More on Taking Shergar More on Cañonero II More on Noor More on Dancer’s Image Taking Shergar: Thoroughbred Racing’s Most Famous Cold Case It was a cold and foggy February night in 1983 when a group of armed thieves crept onto Ballymany Stud, near The...

Milt Toby Author

Milton C. Toby Biography Bills Straus Photo Milt Toby is an attorney and author who has been writing about Thoroughbred racing for more than 40 years. His ninth book, due for release in the fall from the University Press of Kentucky, is Taking Shergar: Thoroughbred...

ASJA Award for Taking Shergar

Award-winning author Milton Toby was named recipient of a national writing award presented annually by the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA) for Taking Shergar: Horse Racing’s Most Famous Cold Case. Appearing at www.bloodhorse.com, Taking Shergar was...

A Win In New York!

Noor: A Champon Thoroughbred’s Unlikely Journey from California to New Yorkwas judged the best non-fiction book about horse racing at the EQUUS Film Festival in New York. The EQUUS award was the second honor for Noor, which also won an American Horse...

More News from the EQUUS Film Festival

Noor may be the best horse no one remembers! Racing for Seabiscuit’s owner, Charles Howard, Noor defeated Triple Crown winner Citation four times in 1950, setting a batch of world records in the process. He was named handicap champion that year, and likely...

Dancer’s Image Emmy

Congratulations to HRTV, Amy Zimmerman, and Steve Schiedler! They picked up an Emmy for their documentary about Dancer’s Image and his controversial disqualification for an alleged drug violation after winning the Kentucky Derby. Major source material for the...

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