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From sleeping in her car to the Indy 500: How Janet Guthrie changed racing for women

INDIANAPOLIS – Janet Guthrie used to sleep in her car.

Long before Danica Patrick, Katherine Legge, Sarah Fisher or Pippa Mann were offered sponsorships in competitive racing, Guthrie funded herself and drove — and slept in — her own cars. 1,353 more words

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Different generations, same goals for Eppler and Gaudet

They are of different generations. They train at different racetracks. One was born into the business, the other came to it late, in the face of family resistance. 46 more words

The Racing Biz

Women, The Breeders' Cup, And "Locker Room" Talk

Last weekend’s Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita was a triumph of sport and spectacle. The Distaff was a nail-biter between fan favorites Beholder and Songbird; the Saturday races offered storylines and close finishes, with both Tepin and Lady Eli in action, along with a headlining showdown between California Chrome and Arrogate. 49 more words

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For Lacey Gaudet, Dreams Come True in Spa Debut

A few hours after the third race on Sunday, Aug. 7, Lacey Gaudet stood on the second floor of the clubhouse at Saratoga Race Course. It’s a place she’s been many times before, but despite her familiarity with it, on that afternoon, she viewed the place with a new perspective, that of a trainer with a Saratoga starter. 201 more words

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