Only one of 42 voters in the NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll picked Justify as the nation’s top runner.
The Garden State racing industry welcomed the opening of the new FanDuel Sportsbook at the Meadowlands Saturday — but said more must be done to put racing on firm footing.
Regulations proposed by the Virginia Racing Commission would allow 3000 historical racing terminals statewide while calling for one day of live racing per 100 terminals – at least 30 for max buildout.
AmTote will partner with Sportradar to offer its customers comprehensive sports betting services, the company announced today.
G2 Suburban winner Diversify was the only new addition to the latest NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll, still headed by Triple Crown champ Justify.
Veterinarian Michael Harrison is the new president of the Maryland Horse Breeders Association, with a new vice-president and secretary/treasurer also announced.
The fifth annual Canter for the Cause attracted 229 riders to the chance to ride their horses on the racetrack at Pimlico.
Maryland Jockey Club VP-Racing Georganne Hale has been named to a new position in the company, with her racing secretary duties to be taken over by Chris Merz.
The Maryland-bred stakes schedule had been put on hold as policy makers worked to overcome a financial crunch caused by better-than-expected success in the state-bred program.
The Delaware Racing Commission decision not to impose further penalties on an assistant starter has angered some, including PETA — but cheered others, including some riders.
An assistant starter who video showed striking a fractious horse several times will receive no further discipline, the Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission stewards have ruled.
Triple Crown winner Justify received 36 of 37 first-place votes in the latest NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on Friday held a ceremonial signing of legislation that will help reopen Colonial Downs for live racing in 2019.
Starting in the fall, the University of Kentucky will offer a racecourse manager certification to help develop the next generation workforce.
The Grayson-Jockey Club Welfare and Safety of the Racehorse Summit will be June 27 at Keeneland and is open to the public.
The Maryland Stadium Authority’s meeting on the future of Pimlico brought out a big group of ardent Old Hilltop fans, but the track is going to need more than enthusiasm.
With a Supreme Court ruling and new law in place, New Jersey’s Monmouth Park will accept its first sports wagers on Thursday, the track announced.
Triple Crown winner Justify stands astride the racing world, now rated the top in the two NTRA Top Thoroughbred Polls.
The Totally Thoroughbred horse show, originally scheduled for July 7, will now take place at Pimlico October 7, delayed as a result of heavy rains in recent weeks.
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