[half]CLAIMING LEADERS FOR THE WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 11
- Patricia Farro — 4 claims for $45,000
- 6 tied with 2 each
Priciest claim: $40,000, Michael Moore
* 47 trainers claimed at least one horse[/half][half]HORSES CLAIMED AWAY FOR THE WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 11
- Michael Pino — 4 claimed away for $35,000
- Patricia Farro — 3 claimed away for $32,500
* 44 trainers lost at least one horse[/half]
CLAIMING TRAINERS FOR THE MONTH[table id=113 /]
- NEW TO THE LIST: Tim Kreiser, Brandon Kulp
- LEAVING THE LIST: Wayne Potts, Dane Kobiskie
- HIGHEST NET GAIN: Jamie Ness, Hugh McMahon, 4 each
- HIGHEST NET LOSS: Michael Pino, (-5)
For the week…
Mid-Atlantic claiming activity rose for the third straight week during the seven-day period ending November 18.
During the week, 56 horses changed hands via the claimbox, six more than had done so during the prior week. The total value of those claims rose by 19 percent, to $638,500, marking the fourth consecutive week that the value of claims had risen. The average rose just more than six percent, to $11,402, while the median jumped 41 percent, to $11,250.
Parx Racing was the region’s busiest track for claiming activity, easily outpacing the other tracks in the number of claims and their gross and average values. Twenty-two horses were claimed at the Bensalem oval with a combined value of $318,000 (average: $14,455). That was six more horses than were claimed at Penn National, which was also second in gross value ($153,750) and average value ($9,609). At Laurel — which carded no claiming races on Saturday — 13 horses were claimed, while five were claimed at Charles Town.
The claimbox report covers claiming activity at Parx Racing, Penn National, Laurel Park, and Charles Town Races.
Weekly Dollar Value of Horses Changing Hands[show-rjqc id=”16″]