The silent auction to benefit the PDJF will take place Kentucky Derby day and is organized by the Thoroughbred Racing Associations.
At the ongoing ARCI conference, panelists are calling for more out-of-competition drug testing and more investment in research to combat cheating.
The Jockey Club has denied Stud Book privileges to four trainers, two based in the mid-Atlantic region.
The Fasig-Tipton two-year-old sale has nearly 600 catalogued for the post-Preakness event.
The second Pan-American conference will focus on televised coverage of horse racing, the South American breeding and racing industry, and international integrity.
Under the proposed new regs, supported by 12 members of Congress, Treasury would alter the way it calculates parimutuel winnings to a more bettor-friendly model.
The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association’s open house at Sagamore Farm will take place the Tuesday before the Preakness.
Mid-Atlantic handle rose in March versus the prior month, though the average was essentially flat.
The Maryland Jockey Club will offer $100,000 in bonuses for trainers running horses in Preakness weekend stakes at Pimlico.
Through the first quarter of 2017, Midlantic claiming is up over 25 percent versus last year, according to our Claimbox report.
Midlantic racetracks say 2016 was a banner year for safety – but only a few release their data to the public.
More than 100 regulators, horsemen, and racetrack operators gathered in Delaware earlier this week. Here’s what we learned…
Maryland racing interests have had anti-industry language stripped from the BRFA budget bill, which now heads to Governor Hogan for his signature.
George Rowand, the Virginia native who on a shoestring bred several top horses and wrote about the experience, has died at age 69.
The Maryland Racing Commission Thursday upheld the disqualification of Early Grey last June – the state’s fourth claimed environmental contamination case in less than 18 months.
The Champions Handicapping, at Laurel Park Saturday, provided four winners berths in subsequent contests around the country.
The bill, supported by WV Racing United and Charles Town Races, would initiate a source market fee on ADW wagers in the Mountain State.
Maryland-bred steeplechaser Good Night Shirt and the late trainer Tom Voss, also from the Free State, will enter the racing Hall of Fame this summer.
The Charles Town Classic wagering menu will feature a guaranteed $100,000 Pick Four. The big day is April 22.
Breeders’ Cup CEO Craig Fravel visited Laurel Park today and pronounced himself impressed with the progress the track is making.