Jockey Katie Davis took a frightening spill Monday in a race at Parx Racing but by the evening was said to be sore but otherwise unhurt.
When trainer Larry Jones saw how rider Sophie Doyle and 3-year-old filly Street Band got along, he didn’t realize the relationship would net a Grade 1 win.
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Maximum Security, the morning line favorite, is out of Saturday’s G1 Pennsylvania Derby, but a tough field remains.
Saturday’s Grade 1 Cotillion at Parx Racing features the undefeated Guarana, Kentucky Oaks winner Serengeti Empress, and 2-year-old filly champ Jaywalk.
Smarty Jones – dual classic winner in 2004 – will return to his home track of Parx Racing for a Labor Day celebration also featuring several stakes.
Parx-based Notapradaprice paid big to win Tuesday’s Grade 3 Dr. James Penny Memorial Tuesday at Parx Racing, returning $52 to win.
The fast-improving Chilly in Charge may have been the most impressive winner of Turning for Home Day at Parx Racing.
A patient trainer and a patient jockey added up to victory for Moon Colony in Saturday’s Grade 2 Penn Mile.
If ever a trainer has had an emotional day, it was Anthony Margotta, who buried a close friend in the morning and won a stake at night.
Parx Racing has received safety accreditation from the NTRA for the first time, the group announced.
Multiple G3 winner Pure Sensation and former Penn Oaks winner Dynatail headline two MATCH Series turf stakes Saturday at Penn National.
The $200,000 Penn Oaks looks to run directly through the favorite, the Chad Brown-trained Regal Glory.
Graded stakes winner A Thread of Blue headlines a wide-open renewal of the G2 Penn Mile Saturday at Penn National.
Midnightcharly took Saturday’s Lyman Handicap at Parx, while Zipper’s Hero won the Foxy J G to kick off the track’s stakes schedule.
Trainer Scott Lake scored his 6,000th career win when I’m the Talent romped at Parx Racing Monday.
Using its GPS system, Equibase will now be the official timer at Penn National and Mahoning Valley, along with tracks already in the fold, including Laurel and Pimlico.
Daniel McConnell and his son John bred only one mare in 2014, but that mare’s offspring, Prince Lucky, continues to live up to his name with a three-race win steak, all in stakes company.
With nasty winter weather in the Mid-Atlantic, both Charles Town and Penn National canceled their Wednesday night cards.