My friends and I spent heaps of money on an NFT racehorse. What could go wrong?
A man tried to keep pace with race horses and got robustly tromped.
Once upon a time, Alan "Dink" Denkenson was one of the biggest illegal bookmakers in America. Today, he's a professional gambler in Las Vegas, and we tagged along as he prepared for the Kentucky Derby.
The big race—the actual Grand National, in which the greatest horses and jockeys in the UK will compete to take home about $777,000—is minutes away, and I still haven't figured out why everybody cares so much about it.
In the wake of yesterday's sad day of racing, we look back at the sad and weirdly engineered lives of Admire Rakti and Araldo.