Thanksgiving day is upon us, which means it’s time to renew one of the great racing traditions: the pie giveaway at Laurel Park.
A new partnership between the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association and Md. Jockey Club will recognize grooms each racing day.
With word that longtime racetracker Billy Christmas has passed away, we were reminded of a 2013 video we did with Billy Christmas and Eddie Gaudet.
The Fasig-Tipton December mixed sale catalog ultimately may reach about 400 horses, including those of racing age.
Renowned Baltimore artist Raoul Middleman, known to generations of racetrackers as the painter of Pimlico’s murals, passed away at 86.
The Maryland Racing Commission Oct. 28 awarded 168 racing dates for 2022 to the Md. Jockey Club, with Pimlico set to host meets in both May and August.
In her short tenure as Maryland Jockey Club stakes coordinator, 29-year-old Trish Bowman had to navigate a career’s worth of challenges.
The number of foals born in 2021 is 3.3 percent lower than in 2020, the Jockey Club estimates, with Maryland just one of three top states to see growth.
A big group of riders came out for Canter for a Cause to ride at Pimlico while supporting Thoroughbred aftercare.
Maryland Million has named the winner of the 2021 Joe Kelly Unsung Hero Award, which celebrates important characteristics that are valuable but often unrewarded.
The popular Canter for a Cause, which benefits Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, gives amateurs a chance to ride on Pimlico’s storied oval.
The Maryland Racing Commission, acting on the advice of its health and safety committee, committed to eliminating raceday thresholds of corticosteroids.
Richard Golden, a successful breeder and co-founder of Northview Stallion Station, has passed away at 82.
Jockey Sheldon Russell, injured in a pre-race accident at Laurel Park September 9, will have surgery on his right foot.
The Maryland Horse Library, housed at the Horse Breeders Association headquarters, has been named part of the Maryland Horse Park system.
The Stronach Group, owners of Laurel Park and Pimlico, have banned trainer Amber Cobb from running at all TSG facilities.
Jockey Sheldon Russell will be out indefinitely after suffering a foot injury when tossed from his mount prior to Thursday’s final race at Laurel Park.
The 2021 Timonium meet – back after a one-year Covid-spurred hiatus – sees some changes that organizers hope will spur growth.
The Maryland Thoroughbred Hall of Fame will induct three horses this year, the first time since its inaugural year it has added more than two.