Jockey Jevian Toledo, out with an injury since January 21, earned his first win in his fourth mount back this afternoon at Laurel Park.
Gary Quill reminisces about the Thanksgiving of his childhood, which always featured a late meal so his grandfather and uncle could catch the early races.
Laurel lover Faze the Nation won for the fifth time in six races, this time in Laurel Park’s featured allowance race.
No Mo Dough won at first asking Sunday and may be yet another talented young runner from the Graham Motion barn.
It was only a conditioned claiming race on a dreary Sunday at Laurel Park – oh, and also one of the most joyous moments of our correspondent’s life.
Nicely bred Tickled Pink made her career debut a winning one Saturday, prompting a “Wow!” from jockey Trevor McCarthy.
A pair of Midlantic-breds — Irish War Cry (NJ) and Unique Bella (PA) — moved to the heads of their divisions with dominant weekend victories.
Talent is one thing; wanting to win’s another. The talented Cathryn Sophia, said her trainer admiringly, was “a racehorse.”
Sleepless was cheekpieceless, so she had to be blinkered. Oh, it’s complicated, but it’s what we learned yesterday at Laurel Park.
Dottie Miller returns with her newest PhotoBlog of storytelling shots from Laurel Park.