William and Mary was impressive in winning one of four state-bred stakes on this afternoon’s Charles Town Classic undercard.
Diamond King got it done in the Federico Tesio Stakes today at Laurel Park, making him Preakness-bound.
Something Awesome prevailed in the $1.2 million Charles Town Classic, giving trainer Jose Corrales his first million-dollar-race win.
Caribou Club ($15.20) won the Henry S. Clark Stakes, while Hallie Belle ($31.20) was up in time in the Dahlia.
Goodonehoney blitzed the field in the Weber City Miss Stakes to earn a berth in the G2 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes next month.
HOW IT HAPPENED Making her 2018 debut, Lael Stables' Chalon looked every bit the part of a prohibitive favorite in winning the 6-furlong, $100,000 Primonetta Stakes for older fillies and mares by a length over the betting public's...
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Jockey Alex Cintron, injured in a bad spill in November, is – remarkably – nearing being able to get back on horses.
Trainer Greg Sacco, a New Jersey resident, was first on the grounds at Monmouth Park as the backside opened Friday for the 2018 meeting.
Grade 1 winner Ring Weekend and Grade 3 winner Ghost Hunter are among 14 set to contest the Henry S. Clark Stakes Saturday at Laurel.