The March 18 edition of “Off to the Races on The Racing Biz Radio Network” had a bevy of great guests. Check it out here!
Laki – a grandson of Not for Love – won the inaugural Not for Love Stakes by taking another step forward in his maturation process.
Favored Matt King Coal survived a long stretch duel and a claim of foul to edge Afleet Willy in the Harrison Johnson Memorial Stakes.
Larry Jones trainee Jenda’s Agenda won her third straight this afternoon, cruising in the Caesar’s Wish at Laurel Park.
In his first stakes try, Twisted Tom ran down favored O Dionysus in the late stages to win today’s Private Terms Stakes at Laurel Park.
Jockey Katie Davis was involved in a scary accident last Saturday. Today – back in the saddle – she won twice, including her first career stakes victory.
Page McKenney – and a bevy of other hopefuls – found their training compromised by the weather and will miss today’s Laurel Park stakes.
The graded stakes-placed Sonny Inspired is favored in Saturday’s Not for Love, one of two Maryland-bred stakes on the card.
The lineup for Saturday’s edition of “Off to the Races on The Racing Biz Radio Network” includes trainer Gary Capuano and others.
The oft-inconsistent Bodhisattva has run two straight top races. He’ll look for a hat trick in Saturday’s Harrison Johnson Memorial Stakes.
Crabcakes, who suffered her first loss last out in the Wide Country, is the main attraction in Saturday’s Caesar’s Wish Stakes at Laurel Park.
The talented but flighty sophomore O Dionysus will try two turns for the first time as he headlines the Private Terms Stakes at Laurel.
No Mo Dough won at first asking Sunday and may be yet another talented young runner from the Graham Motion barn.
While McCraken still leads in the NTRA Top 3-Year-Old Poll, Tampa Bay Derby winner Tapwrit and San Felipe winner Mastery both moved up.
Win streaks and runners bearing high hopes feature in our newest weekend wrap.
New Jersey-bred Sunny Ridge too his second consecutive stakes win in today’s Stymie at Aqueduct.
Ben’s Cat — 11 and coming off the worst season of his career — posted his first of 2017 this morning at Laurel Park.
Which Charles Town jocks and trainers are having big years? Our new metric points to some you’d expect – and others flying under the radar.
Three-year-old O Dionysus will look to stretch out in the March 18 Private Terms at Laurel Park, one of five stakes scheduled for the day.
The lineup for Saturday’s edition of “Off to the Races on The Racing Biz Radio Network” includes trainer Ted Maher and others.