The annual MHBA Yearling Show, with judge Michael Stidham, will take place June 30 in TImonium.
A little-known series of murals in the Pimlico grandstand add a dash of energy, life — and art — to the old facility.
Why’s the Pimlico Special distance different this year than previously, and other questions you didn’t know you wanted answered.
The Maryland Jockey Club moved today to have a judge dismiss Baltimore city’s suit seeking to take control of Pimlico and the Preakness.
Sudden heavy rains forced Laurel Park to cancel races six through 10.
Any proposal to ban or limit Lasix use would need a regulatory change – and its say-so, the Maryland Racing Commission said.
The future of Pimlico remains as cloudy as ever after visits to the Maryland Racing Commission by Del. Sandy Rosenberg and MJC counsel Alan Rifkin.
The new cushioned riding crops are designed to be kinder to horses.
The Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association and Horse Breeders Association today came out in opposition to a proposed partial Lasix ban.
The oldest portion of the Pimlico grandstand “is no longer suitable” for fan traffic and will be closed during the Preakness.
The alliance between PETA and The Stronach Group, building for five years, has some in the industry worrying about what happens after Santa Anita.
The Maryland General Assembly has, on its final day of the 2019 session, spiked a bill that would have helped fund the proposed Laurel Park “super track” and revitalized Bowie Training Center.
Legislation that would speed projects at Laurel and Bowie calls into question future racing at Pimlico — but adds certainty the property will not lie fallow.
The MEDCO bill would, headed to the full Senate, jumpstarts plans to renovate Laurel and Bowie but faces an uncertain future in the House.
A Stronach Group-promoted bill to support a “super track” at Laurel and revitalize the Bowie training center will not pass this session, according to a report.
The Maryland Jockey Club Thursday pushed back against allegations backside workers live in “slumlike” conditions.
The 2019 legislative session could have major impacts on Pimlico and the future of the Maryland Thoroughbred industry. Here’s a timeline of where we stand.
In a presentation at Laurel Park, regulatory vet Jennifer Durenberger called on the Thoroughbred industry to craft a coherent, consistent message.
Trainer Bill Wolfendale, 74, a winner of 1,670 races, passed away March 19.