For wagering purposes, Miss Inclusive won the 2016 Parx Oaks. For purse money purposes, Eighth Wonder did. And for race records? Both of ’em won.
At its June 6 meeting, the Virginia Racing Commission learned of a potential new racing venue in the state and formed two new committees to take a hard look at the industry’s future.
The AAEP — the major horse veterinarians group — has announced its opposition to a federal bill that would create a national body to govern medication in racing.
Beyond the Wire, the Maryland racing industry’s equine aftercare program, had its “soft launch” Preakness week and is off to a strong start.
The uncertainty of Pimlico’s future isn’t helping anyone and needs to be resolved sooner than later.
Parx Racing will revoke stalls from repeat medication violators and trainers involved in hiding ownership interests under new rules to go in effect June 1.
Maryland racing interests are “all in” on getting a Breeders’ Cup to Laurel Park, state Racing Commission chair Michael Algeo said this week.
The state’s Racing Commission announced the formation of an ad hoc committee to dig into the data to ensure the industry maintains its momentum in the years to come.
With a big carryover from Preakness weekend, the Pimlico Pick 6 lit up the toteboard for more than $180,000 today.
Midlantic-breds accounted for a sliver of the horses sold at the recent 2-year-old sale; how’d they do, and what’s it mean?
The so-called Horseracing Integrity Act would create a national authority to oversee horse racing’s medication rules and testing and prohibit raceday medications.
The West Virginia Racing Commission has rescinded seven naproxen positives incurred at Charles Town because of differing screening levels employed by different labs.
The two-day Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-old sale recorded solid gains, driven in part by a record-high Curlin colt.
The average was up and buybacks were down on a busy first of two day at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic two-year-olds sale.
Some facts and figs about the Fasig-Tipton Two-Year-Olds in training sale taking place Monday and Tuesday in Timonium.
The market for two-year-olds has been strong so far in 2017, and expectations are high for this week’s Fasig-Tipton juvenile sale.
Monmouth Park suffered significant betting and attendance losses in 2016. With its 2017 meet opening Saturday, management is hoping better days are at hand.
Monmouth Park has earned reaccreditation from the NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance.
Always Dreaming was 9-2 when he won the Kentucky Derby. What’ll he be in the Preakness? Recent races provide some guidance.
Total wagering on Laurel Park’s just-concluded winter meeting was up more than 20 percent versus 2016, with average daily handle up 15 percent.