With high temperatures in the area, Laurel Park has delayed its first post for its Friday, August 5 card to 1:50 p.m.
In the face of intense heat expected throughout the weekend, Laurel Park has canceled its live card for Sunday, July 24.
The Maryland Horse Breeders Association (MHBA) today announced its new slate of officers for 2022-2023.
The new Maryland Horse Foundation website was developed in partnership with the Maryland Horse Industry Board.
The Maryland Horse Breeders Association has announced the results of its most recent board of directors election, which sets one-third of the board.
Horsemen packed a Laurel Park restaurant to learn more about the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority (HISA) and vent their concerns.
Former jockey and head of the Horsemen’s Assistance Foundation Bobby Lillis has a background unlike any other member of the Md. Racing Commission.
The 88th annual Maryland Horse Breeders’ Association (MHBA) Yearling Show will take place July 24, and this year trainer Jonathan Thomas will judge.
One and only one bettor solved PImlico’s Jackpot Pick 6 Thursday, leading to a payout of $479,801 after it carried through Preakness weekend.
Attendance at Saturday’s Preakness was about half of what it had been before the pandemic. Why? Teresa Genaro asked some who came and some who didn’t.
Joe Clancy, editor of Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, will receive the Old Hilltop Award at the Alibi Breakfast, the Maryland Jockey Club. announced.
After winning the Kentucky Derby, Rich Strike tried to take a bite out of a pony, prompting a forceful outrider response – and a bit of a firestorm.
Horse of the Year Knicks Go figures to have his hooves full when he serves as Preakness honorary postmaster.
Md. Jockey Club offers Preakness weekend trainer bonuses For a sixth straight year, the Maryland Jockey Club is offering bonus money totaling $100,000 to trainers who run a minimum of five horses in the 15...
Originally slated to run in August, Pimlico will now instead run nine dates in September, with Laurel Park running the August dayes.
With Maryland racing official and former trainer Steve Moyer in an ICU with severe burns, fellow racing official Elvis Trujillo, Jr. has launched a fundraiser.
A law adopted this month sends a message to the Maryland racing industry: get the Pimlico-Laurel renovation project in gear.
Training at Pimlico will shut down for three days to allow the Maryland Jockey Club to perform maintenance on the main track.
A new Maryland Racing Commission rule to take effect in the fall will permit bettors to choose alternate selections in multi-race wagers if a horse scratches.