MJC SETS QUARANTINE PERIOD FOR COLONIAL DOWNS JOCKS
The Maryland Jockey Club (MJC) has set protocols for all jockeys who rode during the abbreviated meet at Colonial Downs.
Jockeys will be able to return to Laurel Park only after a 14-day quarantine period beginning Aug. 13 and a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours in hand.
- Off the Pace: What racing should do yesterday Pt. 2In a new “Off the Pace,” Mike Valiante asks bettors for the one change they would make to improve the racing industry.
The same protocols are in place for all dormitory residents who were at Colonial Downs.
Several jockeys who ride regularly at Laurel rode at Colonial before the meet was canceled, including Trevor McCarthy, Forest Boyce, Jorge Ruiz and Avery Whisman.