Winners of Maryland Racing Media Association awards for 2017 include Irish War Cry (Md-based Horse of the Year), Sal Sinatra, Jim McCue, and Lacey Gaudet.
In a Tuesday presentation, Dr. Patty Hogan told trainers that business as usual will lead to racing’s demise – but that they have the power to make change.
Beyond the Wire, the Maryland racehorse retirement program, will host a free program featuring Dr. Patty Hogan about the implications of injuries in racehorses.
New Maryland legislation would create something no one knew was needed: a second Pimlico study group in addition to the ongoing Stadium Authority study.
The Maryland Racing Commission today gave its support to the second of two phases of a study to determine the future of Pimlico.
Laurel Park has submitted a formal bid to host the Breeders’ Cup in the next few years. Can it succeed? We believe that it can.
English Tudor tested free of equine herpesvirus earlier today, prompting the Maryland Jockey Club to life the quarantine on Barn 20 at Laurel Park.
The University of Maryland’s Equine Studies Program will receive a special award from the Md. Horse Breeders Association.
A potential case of equine herpesvirus (EHV-1) at Laurel Park has a barn under quarantine — and highlights how vulnerable horse populations can be.
With a case of equine herpesvirus at Belmont Park, the Maryland Jockey Club will forbid shippers from there until further notice.
Laurel Park is the lone Midlantic track among those announce today as eligible for play at the NTRA National Horseplayers Championship.
The finalists in various Maryland-bred categories, as well as top trainer, jockey, and owner, were announced January 17, with awards given Feb. 12.
For the first time in nearly a decade, handle at the Maryland Jockey Club topped $600 million in 2017, an increase of about 12 percent from last year.
With high temperatures again expected in the teens, Laurel Park has canceled its scheduled January 6 card, with some races to be brought back as extras for the following Friday.
With high temperatures expected in the teens, Laurel Park has canceled its January 5 card and will move it, in its entirety, to Monday, January 8.
We asked folks in Maryland racing — breeders, trainers, executives, advocates — what was on their wishlist for the industry in 2018.
Following a cobalt positive for runner-up Blu Moon Ace, the 2018 De Francis Dash result is in dispute pending the outcome of an appeal.
The life of late broadcaster — and father of Maryland Million — Jim McKay is celebrated in an exhibit at Harford Community College.
Divining Rod, a Grade 3 winner who was third in the 2015 Preakness, will stand at stud at Country Life Farm for the 2018 season.