Laurel Park’s longstanding tradition of giving our free Thanksgiving pies gets a new twist in this Covid-19 year without fans.
The Fasig-Tipton mixed sale supplemental catalog, now online, features over 70 horses of racing age.
Six straight for Malibu Mischief, racing resumes at CT, and discounted stallion prices, in the week in social media.
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance announced today that it will award $3.5 million in grants to 81 accredited organizations.
In our latest Off to the Races Conversations, we visit with Jessica Hammond, the head of Maryland’s Beyond the Wire Thoroughbred aftercare program.
In our latest Off to the Races Conversations, former Colonial Downs handicapper Derby Bill Watson joins us to talk Breeders’ Cup, Laurel stakes, and much more.
The incidence of equine fatalities at tracks in the Mid-Atlantic region is down to its lowest level since stakeholders began a concerted safety effort.
Equibase has announced a revised final time, as well as adding internal fractions, for Authentic’s victory in last Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup Classic.
With Covid-19 cases in its jockeys’ room, Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races will not host live racing this weekend, the second straight.
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance announced the accreditation of 34 groups helping off-track Thoroughbreds.
The Jockeys’ Guild will seek to overturn a new New Jersey rule which prohibits the use of the riding crop except for safety purposes.
Midlantic-breds tackle the Breeders’ Cup, Youthinkthatsfunny doubles up, and more, in the week in social media.
Monday Morning Qb sets a Maryland Million record, Wicked Strong heads to PA, and more, in the week in social media.
The Stronach Group and other stakeholders will fund a study to determine whether Lasix reduces bleeding in two-year-olds and if it affects performance.
Stakeholders representing the seven Mid-Atlantic states have agreed to impose strict controls over the use of clenbuterol.
Six of the 10 leading breeding states, including the top three, saw declines in the latest Report of Mares Bred, but Maryland and Pennsylvania grew.
Coley Blind, the longtime stakes coordinator at the Maryland Jockey Club, will retire effective November 1 and be replaced by former trainer Jason Egan.
Maryland Million is upon us, plus the Thoroughbred Owners Conference gets postponed, and more, in the week in social media.
Aidan Butler, most recently at Santa Anita, will become chief operating officer of 1/st Racing, the parent of the Maryland Jockey Club.