Horses bred in Maryland and Pennsylvania took six races at Belmont Park last weekend, including four stakes, two graded.
Eight-year-old veteran Oak Bluffs and youngster Morticia took Penn National turf sprints Saturday evening, both part of the MATCH Series.
Blinkers-on seems to have done the trick for the much-improved Smooth B, who won the Danzig Stakes impressively Saturday at Penn National
Saturday’s Penn National card features two turf sprints — the Penn Ladies Dash and Pennsylvania Governor’s Cup — also part of the MATCH Series.
Five-year-old Just Talkin is “coming into her own,” trainer Jason Servis says, and hopes for a first stake win in Saturday’s Penn Ladies Dash.
Multiple-graded stakes winner Maraud has been installed as the 5-2 favorite in the G2 Penn Mile, the feature on Penn National’s richest day.
In a pair of PA-bred stakes at Parx Racing, Grasshoppin scored a mild upset in the Lyman, while Power of Snunner was along late to take the Foxy J. G.
Veteran jockey Jose Flores died Thursday afternoon as a result of injuries sustained from a Monday accident at Parx Racing.
Veteran jockey Jose Flores was on life support following a bad spill Monday at Parx Racing and faced with a grim prognosis.
Uncle Lino, a son of Uncle Mo standing at stud in Pennsylvania, had his first offspring born, a filly.
The first foal by Peace and Justice was born Super Bowl Sunday – and now you can name this PA-bred filly! Here’s how.
Pennsylvania’s Pin Oak Lane Farm has added two exciting new stallions, Royal Artillery and Almasty, to their roster for 2018.
Unsurprisingly, Gun Runner was named Horse of the Year at the Eclipse Awards, while PA-bred Unique Bella won the female sprinter title.
After what was in some ways a difficult 2017, some Pennsylvania horsemen are calling for lower takeout, tougher drug rules, and more advertising in 2018.
Jockey Kendrick Carmouche scored twice today at Parx Racing to surpass the 3,000-win mark for his career.
The roundabout journey of jockey John Bisono, on the cusp of 1000 wins in North America, has included a long sojourn in Puerto Rico and a fight with a goose.
Father James and son John Casey swept the first three spots in Saturday’s Eleanor Casey Memorial Stakes, named for their wife and mother. Plus, PA Nursery resutls.
Promising eight-year-old sire El Padrino was euthanized this week after a series of bouts with colic and subsequent surgeries.
The $200,000 Fabulous Strike and two other stakes headline a 10-race Thanksgiving eve card at Penn National.