Kicking off a series on Memorable Moments in the Mid-Atlantic: the fourth time was the charm for Kelso, when he won the ’64 Washington, DC International.
We provide full-card picks and analysis for today’s Laurel Park card!
With a stakes winner and several other promising runners on the track, young Pennsylvania sire Peace and Justice looks to be on the way up.
Ferrin Peterson, the vet-turned-apprentice jockey who had a successful Monmouth meet, will shift her tack to Laurel Park for the winter.
In today’s “10 stories that mattered,” Mid-Atlantic racing lost a number of stalwarts in 2020, passings that impacted lives and the sport they loved.
Virginia breeders earned millions in 2020 from a Breeders Fund bonus program that paid 40% bonuses on all winning purses nationwide.
Within the space of an hour January 8, promising WV-bred newcomers Ishihara and Missionsninetynine scored at first asking at Charles Town Races.
Frank P. Wright, a longtime owner and breeder in Maryland whose best runners included graded stakes stars, passed away at 95.
We’ve got Parx Racing picks today as the track presents another midweek card!
Your five-minute read to catch up on all the Mid-Atlantic racing action you may have missed over the weekend…