The Preakness InfieldFest will be canceled this year, the Maryland Jockey Club announced, while the company continues to seek a date for the middle jewel.
After days of uncertainty the Maryland Jockey Club said it would cease racing at Laurel Park indefinitely because of the coronavirus emergency.
Racing at Laurel Park will take on the flavor of an intrasquad scrimmage, as only horses stabled there or at Pimlico will be permitted on the grounds.
Legislation to redo Pimlico and Laurel Park passed both houses of the Md. Legislature Wednesday and now heads to the Governor.
After a couple of days of confusion following Gov. Hogan’s emergency order Sunday, Laurel Park will race this weekend with additional restrictions.
In a Tuesday press conference, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said that his office in discussion with the Maryland Jockey Club about postponing the Preakness.
Legislation that would allow for both Pimlico and Laurel Park to be razed and rebuilt easily passed the Maryland House on Sunday.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Sunday ordered racetracks and casinos closed to the “general public,” setting off a scramble to determine what exactly he means.
Laurel Park will resume its live racing schedule Friday, but it will do so without having fans present, the Maryland Jockey Club announced.
Legislation to create the funding and structures to raze and rebuild both Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course passed the Maryland Senate by a 44-1 vote.
Longtime Maryland Jockey Club employee Jillian Tullock will return to the company as the new racing secretary.
From now through April 6, the Maryland Jockey Club is accepting nominations for its awards for best Preakness picture and best Preakness story.
The Stronach Group’s Chief Operating Officer Tim Ritvo has left the company, the organization said Monday.
The 2020 Maryland Million — the 35th renewal of the biggest day for state-sired horses — will take place October 24 at Laurel Park.
Legislation that would provide the funding and structure to raze and rebuild Pimlico and Laurel Park passed the Senate Budget Committee Friday in Annapolis.
Artful Splatter was first under the wire in the Geisha S. and remains the winner after the Md. Racing Commission rejected losing trainer John Robb’s appeal.
A Maryland House committee today heard widespread support for a proposal to keep the Preakness at a renovated Pimlico and to rebuild Laurel.
Wondering how the legislation to renew Pimlico and Laurel Park would work? How much it would cost? And what about equine safety? We’ve got some answers!
Breeders’ Cup race winner Sharing was among the winners at Tuesday’s Maryland horse industry Renaissance Awards.