The Association of Racing Commissioners International provides information about racing on a global level.
Conducts four annual sales of Standardbred horses and harness equipment at the Delaware County Fairgrounds.
A premiere yearling sale featuring Ohio-breds and youngsters sired by outside stallions as well.
The Hambletonian Society sponsors some of harness racing's biggest events, including the Hambletonian & Breeders Crown races, as well as many of the major Grand Circuit events.
A binding organization of all horsemen's organizations throughout the United States.
A place for fans to garner information about harness racing.
The sport's national museum & Hall of Fame, celebrating the sport's top horsemen & equines.
A harness racing periodical based out of Lexington, Kentucky.
Web site for the Little Brown Jug, Grand Circuit racing, Ohio Breeders Championships, amateur events and early or late closing races held annually at the Delaware County Fair.
The national organization of Thoroughbred horsemen.
Providing a new life of aftercare for all racehorses, including Standardbreds & Thoroughbreds.
A non-profit association that works on the behalf of owners, trainers, drivers and breeders. It offers insurance services and represents horsemen in negotiations with commercial harness tracks.
A premiere sale of Ohio-bred youngsters.
A non-profit association formed to promote the thoroughbred horse racing industry in Ohio and improve the breeding and quality of thoroughbreds and racing in the state.
An organization which helps injured jockeys.
An organization dedicated to the aftercare of retired Thoroughbreds.
A national trade association based in Columbus, the USTA formulates racing rules; disseminates racing information; serves as the breed's registry; endeavors to ensure integrity; and promotes the sport.