The Pennsylvania equine industry is working to ensure state legislators don’t raid racing’s share of slots money as the state tries to fill a budget deficit.
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.
Frostmourne showed his newfound ability to relax and await his rider’s cue in a sharp score in today’s Grade 2 Penn Mile.
Hank Nothhaft returned to his home state with a half-sister to Finest City today and little sis lived up to her end, taking the New Start at Penn National.
An evenly matched group of eight fillies is set to face the starter in Saturday’s Penn Oaks at Penn National.
Take Cover, who scored a mild upset in the 2016 edition of the Pennsylvania Governor’s Cup, seeks to defend that title Saturday.
Though he’s favored, Page McKenney figures to get a stiff test in Saturday’s $200,000 Mountainview Stakes at Penn National.
There are 10 runners scheduled to participate in Saturday’s Penn Mile – meet the contenders!
The Grade 2, $500,000 Penn Mile anchors a day with seven stakes and more than $1.5 million in total purses.
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.
Forty-two horses are nominated to the Grade 2 Penn Mile, which anchors a seven-stake card at Penn National.
Who’s The Man? The Man, who’s won three straight with consummate ease, may well be the man.
Seven-year-old Page McKenney moved past $1.5 million in earnings with a win in today’s Lyman Stakes at Parx Racing.
G3 Delaware Oaks winner Dark Nile and G2 General George winner Page McKenney are among those entered in a pair of PA-bred stakes Saturday at Parx Racing.
Ultra-speedy Peace and Justice is the first son of War Front to stand in Pennsylvania. He’s at Diamond B Farm.
Penn National, typically a nighttime track, will run daylight cards on four Saturdays this year: all three Triple Crown days, plus Penn Mile.
Trainer Michelle Castillo’s varied journey has brought her and 5-year-old Because He Can together – a partnership paying off for both of them.
Jockey Kevin Krigger, who piloted Goldencents in the ’13 Kentucky Derby and Preakness, is set to return after a two-year absence, having shifted his tack to Parx Racing.
Parx Racing, which slashed live racing days from 210 to 153 in 2016, will add 17 back next year to reach 170.
Controversial trainer Ramon Preciado — currently appealing eight recent clenbuterol positives — will lose his training license, per a state Racing Commission ruling issued today.