Frank Angst

Frank Angst is a staff writer for The Blood-Horse magazine. An American Horse Publications three-time winner in best news story category, Angst has covered horse racing for more than a decade. Angst spent ten years at Thoroughbred Times, where he earned awards as that magazine’s senior writer and helped launch Thoroughbred Times TODAY. Besides covering horse racing, Angst enjoys handicapping. Angst has written about sports for more than 20 years, including several seasons covering a nationally ranked Marshall Thundering Herd football team.

Articles by Frank Angst

Hawthorne Race Course Continues to Deal with EHV-1

Three Hawthorne horses have died since the start of the outbreak last month. Read More

Race-Day Salix Errors Frustrate Kentucky Horsemen

Salix administration mistakes have led to at least two horses being scratched from races this month. Read More

Education, Communication Can Improve Racehorse Safety

Educating trainers about the warning signs of catastrophic injury can help improve equine safety. Read More

EHV Confirmed at Hawthorne Racecourse

At least one horse has died and at least one more has contracted the disease. Read More

Pre-Race Veterinary Inspections Help Keep Horses Safe

Pre-race inspections also communicate a message to horsemen that equine safety is a priority, one vet says. Read More

IFHA Applauds Jockey Club Medication Reform Efforts

Chairman Louis Romanet applauded The Jockey Club's efforts to prohibit race-day medication in U.S. racing. Read More