Delaware Park received approval Feb. 20 for its 2024 75-day live racing schedule, with the Delaware Handicap and Oaks anchoring the meet’s biggest weekend.
Delaware Park and state horsemen held Autism Awareness Day Wednesday – raising awareness of the condition and celebrating two prominent local racing fans.
A “disaster” of a week for jockey John Hiraldo saw him suspended after a false drug positive, raising questions of fairness and justice.
Delaware Park has canceled its June 29 card because of air quality issues, with the AQI already high and expected to rise.
Delaware Park has canceled its June 7 and June 8 cards because of poor air quality as a result of the wildfires in Canada.
Delaware Park will race 85 days in 2023, about the same as last year, under a schedule approved Jan. 17 by the state Racing Commission.
In a new Off the Pace, Mike Valiante shares 10 New Year’s resolutions he offers for Delaware Park.
Delaware Park has donated $7,000 and toys and other gifts to the Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots program.
JJ Graci, a longtime trainer who also carved out a media presence, including as Delaware Park paddock host, has passed away.
Delaware Park will conclude its 2022 season with early first posts Friday and Saturday to accomodate fans more readily for Breeders’ Cup wagering.
On its Owners Day, Delaware Park dedicated its turf course to longtime exec John Mooney and, with horsemen and riders, made a donation to the PDJF.
Delaware-based jockey Jaime Rodriguez, who won eight straight races bridging two weeks, is the Jockeys’ Guild jockey of the week.
Racetrack chart callers have a critical, if often overlooked job, and Mike Valiante visited with the callers at Delaware Park to learn more.
A potential equine herpesvirus case led briefly to a quarantine of Delaware Park Wednesday, but the track was given the all-clear later in the day.
Jed Doro, racing secretary at Delaware Park, has been named Director of Racing and will replace the retiring John Mooney in this role.
Delaware Park’s executive director of racing John Mooney, a Mid-Atlantic fixture for decades, will retire August 1, the track announced.
She makes her job look easy, but to Mary Lyons, Delaware Park’s longtime track photographer, that’s a sign of a job done well.
The Delaware Jockeys’ Health and Welfare Fund hosted a day dedicated to bolstering the health of its jockey colony.
Delaware Park will race 88 days in 2022, with a slightly modified schedule, under an agreement approved the state Racing Commission.
The Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission narrowly voted to uphold the disqualification of Obeah S. winner Dream Marie with an Amicar positive.