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The Jockey Club announced today it will contribute more than $750,000 to the Racing Surfaces Testing Lab to help the lab expand to additional racetracks.
The first condition books for Monmouth Park and Delaware Park — both of which open in May — are now available online.
Pennsylvania racing interests fight a proposed raid on funding, a big weekend looms at Laurel Park, and more, in the week in social media.
The agenda for the fourth International Forum for the Aftercare of Horses has been finalized, and the event is set for later this month in South Africa.
Monmouth Park will race 56 dyas in 2020, and among its 12 graded stakes, the G1 Haskell Invitational will take place July 18.
More than 500 gathered at Equistar Farms (PA) Sunday to protest a proposal to fund college scholarships with money in the Race Horse Development Fund.
Owner Joe Besecker dispersed his stock in the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic mixed sale in December. So how come he keeps showing up in the charts?
A deal between Parx management and local jockeys to improve the jocks’ room and streamline background checks means Saturday’s card will take place.
High winds forced Laurel Park to cancel its eight-race Friday card after four races had been completed.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed 2020-21 budget would fund a $200 million college scholarship program by taking the money away Pennsylvania racing.
Mucho Gusto slurped up victory in the Pegasus World Cup, while local interests had plenty to crow about at the Eclipse Awards, in the week in social media.
With racing at Golden Gate Fields canceled for the weekend, the Stronach 5 nationwide wager also is canceled.
A hearing on the Horseracing Integrity Act showed little industry agreement on the bill — but unanimity that the industry must act on equine safety.
The new Colonial Downs Group touted 2020 economic impact on Virginia that it projects will include thousands of jobs.
The Horseracing Integrity Act, which has splintered the racing industry, will have its first Congressional hearing January 28.
The Pegasus World Cup takes a hit, Hoppertunity sires his first foal, and Maryland’s Renaissance Awards are upon us, in the week in social media.
Bricks and Mortar, who ran the table and earned over $6 million in a perfect 2019 campaign, was named Horse of the Year at Thursday’s Eclipse Awards.
Jerry Robb, trainer of Geisha Stakes runner-up Anna’s Bandit, has appealed the stewards’ decision not to disqualify winner Artful Splatter for interference.