With a combined total of five wins on Monday and Tuesday, trainer Jamie Ness reached the 3,000-win mark with a rush
Firenze Fire was a dominant — and popular — winner of the Fabulous Strike Wednesday at Penn National, plus a report on the two undercard stakes.
Three weeks removed from a fifth-place finish in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint, Firenze Fire is favored in Wednesday’s Fabulous Strike at Penn National.
Autonomous, a $300,000 yearling, will seek her first stakes win Wednesday in the Blue Mountain Juvenile Fillies at Penn National, and a Swatara preview.
There were robust nominations to Penn Natinoal’s Thanksgiving Eve stakes program, highlighted by the Fabulous Strike and Swatara.
Philadelphia native Joe Mishak gave up a career in accounting for one in horseracing, and now as part of My Racehorse has two Breeders’ Cup chances.
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.
A $25,000 claim in January, Math WIzard became a Grade 1 winner Saturday by rallying to win the $1 million Pennsylvania Derby at Parx Racing.
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.
Our In Focus guide offers in-depth, horse-by-horse analysis of all seven stakes on Pennsylvania Derby Day!
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.
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.
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.