The Maryland Horse Foundation today announced its “12 days of giving” fundraising campaign, which kicks off December 7.
The Maryland Racetrack Operating Authority report on the future of racing in the state will be delayed, its December 1 deadline pushed back to Jan. 5.
Longtime Maryland trainer Ronnie Cartwright, whose career resume included nine graded wins, has passed away at 93.
A new Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority (HISA) report on Laurel Park’s spring fatalites finds no one cause but some notable facts.
The Maryland Horse Foundation will host its stallion season auction featuring no-guarantee seasons from 16 Maryland stallions.
Laurel Park today announced its winter stakes schedule, pending agreement of the state horsemen’s group. The slate is topped by two Grade 3 races.
The Maryland Horse Foundation announced it has hired Jeanne Schnell as its new Director of Development and Programming.
The Md. Racing Commission approved placeholder racing dates for 2024, but with no agreement in place between horsemen and the tracks, work remains.
This is “an inflection point” for Maryland racing, MTHA general counsel Alan Foreman said in an interview.
The Jockey Club’s report of mares bred indicates that for the eighth straight year, fewer mares were bred than in the previous year.
At its October 20 meeting, the Maryland Racetrack Operating Authority took a break from track ownership questions to discuss synthetic surfaces.
The national foal crop continued its long, steady decline in 2023, while Maryland, hoping to buck that trend, saw modest gains.
After being stopped by the pandemic in 2020, Canter for a Cause returns to Pimlico for the third straight year October 29.
The connections of Market Maven, DQed to second after being first past the post in the Maryland Million Classic, have appealed to the Md. Racing Commission.
With four winners on Maryland Million day, jockey Jevian Toledo earned honors as the Jockeys’ Guild’s Jockey of the Week.
Maryland’s horsemen and breeders outlined to the Racetrack Operating Authority a vision of the future that may not include the current track operator.
Betty McCue has been named winner of the Joe Kelly Unsung Hero Award for her work introducing kids to horses and riding.
Saying their company is committed to Maryland the Preakness, 1/ST Racing executives today called for fewer days of live racing and a share of slots revenue.
With the work of the Racetrack Operating Authority in full swing, here’s a primer on what we know and don’t about Maryland racing’s future.
Brooks Robinson, who passed Sept. 26, was the archetype third baseman who made Memorial Stadium his home — and the racetrack his home away from home.