Veterinarian Michael Harrison is the new president of the Maryland Horse Breeders Association, with a new vice-president and secretary/treasurer also announced.
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 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.
Maryland-bred Our Braintrust rallied to post an upset in the $150,000 Tremont Stakes for juveniles at Belmont Park on Friday.
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.
The second annual class of the Maryland Thoroughbred Career Program will take place this summer, and participants were announced today.
No surprise that Justify’s Preakness odds make him the favorite Friday evening, but one runner is getting unexpectedly pounded by bettors.
On the eve of the Preakness, the NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance announced it has once again reaccredited Pimlico.
Nine times in the last 21 years, a winning Derby favorite came to the Preakness. How’d they do, what were their odds, and how many rivals did they face?
Maryland’s breeders and horsemen are backing Retired Racehorse Project cofounder Steuart Pittman’s campaign for Anne Arundel County exec.
The winners of the awards for best Preakness story and best Preakness photograph, as well as the Old Hilltop Award, have been announced by the Maryland Jockey Club.
The Maryland Racing Commission heard today that the racing industry had enjoyed a productive 2018 legislative session, with three bills it supported passing.
One way Maryland looks out for rider safety is its concussion protocols, which ensure injured riders are properly diagnosed and get the care they need.
The return of turf racing, plus a carryover of nearly $300,000 in the Rainbow 6, are on tap at Laurel Park this weekend.
A visit with Maryland Racing Commission executive director Mike Hopkins, the incoming chairman of the Association of Racing Commissioners International.
The Stronach Group today announced the acts that will headline this year’s Preakness InfieldFest.
The Maryland Thoroughbred Seminar Series – cospsonsored by The Racing Biz and Maryland Horse Breeders Association – kicks off April 21 and all are welcome!
The seventh annual Totally Thoroughbred, which benefits the Beyond the Wire aftercare program, will take place at Pimlico July 7.