Delaware Park’s 2021 stakes schedule is once again anchored by the Grade 2 Delaware Handicap and Grade 3 Delaware Oaks.
Joshua Brown, who served as Delaware Park’s paddock host in 2020, will be the track’s racecaller in 2021.
Delaware Park concluded a challenging 2020 meet Saturday with increases in per-race and daily average handle.
John Curran, the announcer at Delaware Park for 37 years, will call the final race of his career on the track’s final day of 2020, October 17.
Fritz Burkhardt, who served as a steward at Delaware Park for over 30 years, has passed away at age 85.
After taking a beating from Tropical Storm Isaias, Delaware Park has canceled its Wednesday card and will bring back some of the races for Saturday.
In the face of unrelenting heat, Delaware Park will cancel its card for Monday, July 20, the track announced Saturday.
Delaware Park will join NYRA in an all-graded stakes Pick 5 Saturday featuring the Delaware Oaks, Kent Stakes, and three New York races.
Delaware Park will reduce the number of patrons permitted from 3,000 to 1,000, effective immediately, the track announced.
Last Wednesday, Delaware Park became the first Eastern track to permit fans to attend, and our correspondent was one of them.
With opening day on Wednesday, Delaware Park announced the restrictions it will impose in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Doug McCoy, a longtime chart-caller who continued his career in racing as a freelance writer, passed away last week.
Delaware Park has pushed its return date back three weeks and aims to shorten its 2020 meet by 20 days in the face of the coronaviruse epidemic.
Longtime Delaware Racing Commission executive director John Wayne passed away earlier this week; our memories of a man who made a mark.
The first condition books for Monmouth Park and Delaware Park — both of which open in May — are now available online.
The Delaware Racing Commission has overturned its stewards’ decision to suspend trainer Anthony Pecoraro in a high-profile shockwaving case.
Delaware Park has announced its 2020 live racing dates and will kick off its season May 27, with the Delaware Handicap set for July 11.
Delaware’s racing commission will hear trainer Anthony Pecoraro’s appeal of a suspension for shockwaving a horse in January, rather than April.
The 2019 season presented Delaware Park with numerous challenges that saw handle decline 7 percent. Here’s what the track’s doing to bounce back.