Hurricane Maria ripped the roofs off barns and shuttered the grandstand at Puerto Rico’s Camarero race track – placing horses and horsemen in a precarious situation.
Colonial Downs has not hosted Thoroughbred racing since 2013, but sources say a deal being discussed could lead to its sale and revitalization.
Bob Kulina, a New Jersey racing fixture for decades, will retire effective the end of 2017, the track announced.
Which sires did well at the Fasig-Tipton yearling sale? Which states? Which damsires? Who was buying? The answers…
The expanded Fasig-Tipton fall yearling sale in Timonium saw gross sales rise by over 20 percent, with the average up nearly five percent.
Louis Merryman and Drs. Tom and Brooke Bowman, the partners in Heritage Stallions, have announced they will split into two breeding operations.
Delaware Park’s 25th annual Owners’ Day was a celebration of racing, sure, but also the industry’s impact on Delaware’s economy.
The five yearlings to sell for more than $100,000 on day one of Fasig-Tipton’s two-day yearling sale all were bred in the mid-Atlantic.
With 800 horses in need at the race track in Puerto Rico, the racing industry has provided supplies, which arrived today. Plus, how you can help.
Chris Gracie, a former steeplechase rider, has a 25-head consignment at this week’s Fasig-Tipton sale, the largest he’s offered.
Hopes are high — and fingers crossed — for the expanded Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearling Sale which takes place Monday and Tuesday in Timonium.
How many grays at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearling sale? Maryland-breds? How many out of Forestry mares? The answers to these and other questions…
The Jockeys’ Guild has taken a position not quite for, and not quite against, pending legislation to nationalize racing drug rules in hopes a consensus will form.
The IRS and Treasury Department have said they will adopt new, bettor-friendly rules reducing reporting requirements for parimutuel winnings.
Trainer Jorge Navarro and owner Randal Gindi will pay increased fines for their infamous “juice man” video following a New Jersey Racing Commission decision Wednesday.
Laurel Park will begin racing four days a week on a Friday-Monday schedule starting the second weekend in October. Here’s why.
Trainer Jorge Navarro’s big mouth will keep two horses he nominated to the De Francis Dash from running — but not a third. Why? There’s a better reason than you might think.
Delaware Park jockeys brought the racing world alive for patients at Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children September 12.
The just-completed Monmouth Park race meet showed rises in attendance and handle, but not everyone was happy.