Stakes winners Hello Hot Rod and Pickin’ Time are among six horses bred in the Mid-Atlantic who have been nominated to the Triple Crown.
A judge has rejected a New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (NJTHA) effort to collect “bad faith” damages in a sports betting case.
The Jockeys’ Guild will seek to overturn a new New Jersey rule which prohibits the use of the riding crop except for safety purposes.
Pickin’ Time, a New Jersey-bred trained by Kelly Breen, scored in the Grade 3 Nashua Saturday and will look for Kentucky Derby points in the Remsen next.
Owners Cameron Beatty and his partners had to reach deep to supplement New Jersey-bred Horologist to the Breeders’ Cup. Is it her time?
Apprentice rider Victor Flores, 35, had some detours before starting his riding career. He’s trying to make up for lost time now at Monmouth Park.
Grade 2-placed sophomore Premier Star earned the first stakes win of his career Wednesday in the Jersey Shore Stakes at Monmouth Park.
In the face of heavy rain and wind, Monmouth Park has canceled its Columbus Day card.
Eight-year-old Almanaar returned from a 16-month break to defend his title in the Grade 3 Monmouth Stakes Saturday.
New whip rules will prohibit New Jersey jockeys from using it for encouragement, which has baffled and angered riders, who say they were not consulted.
Nonna Madeline held off Royal Flag by a nose in a thrilling renewal of the Lady’s Secret Stakes Wednesday at Monmouth Park.
Trainer Kelly Breen won a pair of stakes at Monmouth Park on Sunday to cap off a terrific meet, while Paco Lopez took the jockey title.
Favored Pirate’s Punch was a dominant winner of the Grade 3 Salvator Mile at Monmouth Park Sunday and is likely Breeders’ Cup-bound, his trainer said.
Maryland-bred Top Line Growth, a Laurel record-holder, will look to add a graded score to his resume in the G3 Salvator Mile Sunday at Monmouth Park.
Six days after running third at Parx, Bronx Beauty bounced back to take the Regret Stakes at Monmouth and give jockey Isaac Castillo his first stakes win.
Share the Ride led every step of the way to win the Mr. Prospector Stakes at Monmouth Park and give rider Ferrin Peterson her first career stakes win.
Young trainer Talie Lynch sent out her first starter August 30. Saturday she’ll seek her first win – with Wendell Fong in the Mr. Prospector Stakes.
In a new “Where are they now?” Linda Dougherty catches us up on Hall of Fame jockey Sam Boulmetis, Sr., a Baltimore native who made his name in New Jersey.
With regular track announcer Frank Mirahmadi returning to California, Sam Houston announcer Chris Griffin will step in for the remainder of the meet.