Maryland stalward Bill Boniface will be honored with the Finney Award for lifetime achievement Monday at Laurel Park.
The Virginia Thoroughbred Association (VTA) stallion season auction is set for Tuesday starting at 10:00 a.m.
Grade 1 winner Knicks Go tops a coterie of 17 Triple Crown nominees bred in the Mid-Atlantic.
With new state subsidies, Monmouth Park is adding days in 2019 and bolstering purses, which are expected to hit about $500,000 daily.
Nearly 700 trainers have been accepted to have horses in the 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover, which takes place in October.
Monmouth Park will receive $10 million per year for the next five years as part of a racing subsidy, and other news and notes from the region.
Predicted icy temperatures have led Laurel Park and Charles Town Races to cancel their Thursday cards.
With nasty winter weather arriving in the Mid-Atlantic, Charles Town Races and Penn National both will miss some days this week.
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance announced its new president and members of its board of directors.
Barbara Jo Rubin, first American female jockey to win against men, will be feted Feb. 22 at Charles Town, where she earned her landmark win.
The Maryland racing industry is making strides, reps told the state Senate Budget Committee today, but more remains to be done.
The 34th annual Maryland Million day will take place October 19 at Laurel Park.
Parx assistant racing secretary Tom Creel will take over as racing secretary at Delaware Park.
Delaware Park will have a slightly longer meet in 2019 than it has in recent years.
Steuart Pittman, founder of the Retired Racehorse Project, will receive the 2018 EQUUS Foundation Humanitarian Award from the US Equestrian Federation.
Maryland Senate President Mike Miller told a conference Thursday that the state has priorities other than paying $400 million for a new Pimlico.
Recent Grade 1 winners will have their starting and entry fees waived when running in Maryland Jockey Club stakes in 2019.
In our Claimbox report: 2018 claiming activity rose versus the prior year, topping $25 million for the year.
Charles Town sports a carryover of more than $250,000 in its Pick 6, and it all gets paid out tonight!