The second Kentucky Derby futures pool closed with “All others” the 4-5 favorite and Breeders’ Cup juvenile winner Forte the second choice.
The second of six Kentucky Derby futures pools kicks off this coming Thursday and runs through Sunday with 38 individual horses plus the field.
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) has announced some $3.6 million in grants to accredited aftercare organizations.
A US Court of Appeals on Friday ruled that the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act (HISA) represents an unconstitutional delegation of federal power.
With the 2023 legislative session fast approach, negotiators hope to find a “reasonable resolution” to major issues in the Pimlico-Laurel project.
Issues with the Pimlico-Laurel rebuilt project are forcing industry participants to consider a future structure that looks very different from the present.
Reports to the legislature show that the Pimlico-Laurel rebuild project is over budget and behind schedule. In a series, we examine why and what next.
Apprentice jockey Jeiron Barbosa, injured Tuesday in a fall, got surprise good news Friday and will be back on horseback next week.
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance announced today it has accredited 42 aftercare organizations for 2022, one a newcomer.
Apprentice rider Jeiron Barbosa walked away with only an injured wrist after an incident at Parx Racing that saw four riders unseated.
Canter for a Cause, which allows people to ride their horses at Pimlico while raising money for Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, has almost 300 signed up.
The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority (HISA) has submitted a list of 1365 prohibited substances ahead of its Jan. 1 implementation.
The latest Report of Mares bred shows a national decline in 2022, one even more pronounced in the Mid-Atlantic, which saw 11% fewer.
Jockeys Victor Carrasco and Kevin Gomez, injured in a spill Friday at Laurel Park, both will miss time with injury.
A majority interest in Mo Money Mo Honey, undefeated after three flashy victories for trainer Benny Feliciano, has been sold to Mike Repole.
Millionaire Runnin’toluvya, winner of the Grade 2 Charles Town Classic and one of the top West Virginia-breds ever, has been retired.
The seemingly ageless Cordmaker earned the first graded stake win of his career when he surged to victory in Saturday’s G3 General George at Laurel park.
The national foal crop dropped 2.2% from 2021 to 2022, the Jockey Club estimated today, falling below 19,000, continuing a long decline.
The Maryland Jockey Club will host its biannual Champions Handicapping Tournament October 15 at Laurel Park.