West Virginia Racing
When she was born, Ava O was the “crookedest foal” folks had ever seen, but with three wins in her last seven starts, she seems to have straightened things out.
Saturday’s Eleanor Casey Memorial Stakes brings together seven juvenile fillies gunning for their first stakes win.
Charles Town is in action Thanksgiving night with a 10-race card featuring a $44,000 Pick 6 carryover, and we have selections and analysis for the card.
T Rex Express ran her record to three-for-three at nine furlongs with a dominant win in the $50,000 My Sister Pearl Stakes at Charles Town.
Cavada runner-up Moonlit Song will try three turns for the first time in Saturday’s My Sister Pearl at Charles Town, in which she is the 6-5 morning line choice.
Charles Town and Penn National have canceled their Friday cards, marking the second straight day both have been unable to run.
With winter weather rolling through the Mid-Atlantic, Charles Town has canceled its Thursday evening card.
Owner-trainer-breeder James Casey only dropped Scottish Man into the WV Futurity to ensure the race would go. Then the 2-year-old went and won the thing…
Runnin’toluvya earned his third straight stakes in Saturday’s A Huevo at Charles Town, wrapping up top older male honors at the track.
WV Breeders Classic champ Runnin’toluvya is the odds-on choice in the $50,000 A Huevo Stakes set for Charles Town Saturday night, but he’ll have to overcome hard-hitting North Atlantic.
Scottish Man, a 12-1 outsider, remained perfect in two two-turn starts at Charles Town with an upset win in Saturday’s West Virginia Futurity.
WVBC Moscarelli Memorial winner Burnin Ring O Fire looks to go four-for-four with a win in tonight’s West Virginia Futurity.
Discreet Lover is set to be the latest in a growing line of runners to compete in both the Charles Town Classic and the Breeders’ Cup Classic in the same year.
Scythe upset the WVBC Dash for Cash today to give owner-trainer-breeder Leslie Condon her first-ever WVBC win.
Runnin’toluvya answered the only question facing him — could he get nine furlongs — with an emphatic score in the $300,000 WV Breeders Classic.
Three-year-old Late Night Pow Wow narrowly bested her elders in a thrilling renewal of the $125,000 WV Cavada Breeders Classic.
Spring Lass – the star of trainer Jay Armstrong’s two-horse operation – was a surprise winner in tonight’s WVBC Division of Tourism at Charles Town.
We dig into the West Virginia Breeders Classics with analysis, picks and previews.
In a career that has spanned more than 50 years at Charles Town, Dickie Moore has seen it all, yet he remains as enthusiastic as ever.