With Tropical Storm Isaias lashing the Mid-Atlantic region, Parx Racing has canceled its Tuesday card.
With extreme heat on the way today and an excessive heat warning in effect, Parx Racing has canceled its July 20 card.
Fans and bettors will be permitted to attend the races at Parx Racing — with restrictions — starting Monday, July 6, the local horsemen’s group says.
With a three-month hiatus in the books because of the coronavirus pandemic, Penn National will resume live racing on Friday, June 19.
The horsemen’s groups for Parx Racing and Penn National said in separate statements that they’ve received the state go-ahead to resume racing.
Penn National could reopen for racing as soon as June 19, according to a Saturday tweet from the head of the local HBPA.
Horsemen struck an optimistic tone for the return of Pennsylvania racing at Penn National and Presque Isle after a May 28 meeting.
With no clear date for racing to return announced, Penn National announced that its annual marquee event, the Penn Mile, would be canceled this year.
Penn National Race Course in Grantville, PA will suspend live racing as a result of the coronavirus, the track announced today.
With fears of coronavirus shutting down most major sports, the show is going on in horseracing, except at Parx, which is shuttered.
More than 500 gathered at Equistar Farms (PA) Sunday to protest a proposal to fund college scholarships with money in the Race Horse Development Fund.
A deal between Parx management and local jockeys to improve the jocks’ room and streamline background checks means Saturday’s card will take place.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed 2020-21 budget would fund a $200 million college scholarship program by taking the money away Pennsylvania racing.
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 Racing has received safety accreditation from the NTRA for the first time, the group announced.
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.
With nasty winter weather in the Mid-Atlantic, both Charles Town and Penn National canceled their Wednesday night cards.
With nasty winter weather arriving in the Mid-Atlantic, Charles Town Races and Penn National both will miss some days this week.
Legalized in mid-year, sports betting was by the end of 2018 having significant impacts on the gambling landscape throughout the Mid-Atlantic.