Champion runner Unique Bella has a foal, Mean Bean stuns the Mint Mission, and Monday Morning Qb hits the Derby trail, in the week in social media.
Equibase will purchase all of the timing assets of American Teletimer Corp., putting the former in charge of timing at dozens of American racetracks.
Maryland-bred Sharing is an Eclipse finalist, Justify’s first foal, and a retired racehorse social media campaign, in the week in social media.
Anna’s Bandit is the nation’s winningest horse in 2019, Late Night Pow Wow is retired, and more, in the week in social media.
Darby Dan Farm’s John Phillips will serve as the new president of the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, which also added new board members.
Charles Town sets a wagering mark, Poseidon’s Warrior comes to PA, and a Md. Million deadline nears, in the week in social media.
The Maryland Racing Commission on Thursday formalized its earlier approval of so-called house rules, adopting two pertaining to medication as regulations.
Prince Lucky underwent successful surgery, Pumpkin Rumble surged to victory, and Charles Town reaches the end of the season, in the week in social media.
The Association of Racing Commissioners International (ARCI) today announced 10 amendments to its model rules, including medication, weights, and others.
Fresh off its first season in six years, Colonial Downs will race 18 days – up from 15 – in 2020 and include MATCH Series races for the first time.
The House of Representatives voted this week to extend the 3-year depreciation for racehorses for tax purposes; it now goes to the Senate.
The Jockey Club announced it would continue its study of reducing stallion book size, saying it hopes to protect the breed’s health and welfare.
The Fasig-Tipton sale went big, Maximum Security won the Cigar Mile, and the final Parx stake of 2019 highlight the week in social media.
At its annual assembly earlier this week, the Jockeys’ Guild expressed frustration that riders’ input is not being considered as safety decisions are made.
With the addition of nearly 100 horses from the Joe Besecker dispersal, the Fasig-Tipton Mixed Sale shattered records Tuesday in Timonium.
Two horses that ran in Saturday’s Maryland Juvenile Futurity – winner Laddie Liam and fourth-place finisher Mine Not Mine – topped the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Mixed Sale.
While a small group of protesters gathered outside Laurel Park Saturday to condemn racing, horsemen had a message of their own.
Delaware’s racing commission will hear trainer Anthony Pecoraro’s appeal of a suspension for shockwaving a horse in January, rather than April.
Tuesday’s Fasig-Tipton Midlantic mixed sale features a colt out of a half to Grade 1 winner Knicks Go and the “very bittersweet” Joe Besecker dispersal.