Which riders are having the best season at Laurel Park? We look beyond the standard metrics.
Didn’t make it out to Laurel Park for the Tesio Stakes day card? No worries — our photographers were on the scene. Here’s what they saw.
In our weekly roundup, racing action around the region you might have missed…
Fresh off a narrow win in the Charles Town Classic, Something Awesome will be pointed to the Grade 3 Pimlico Special next month, trainer Jose Corrales said.
Six months and a day after her win in the Maryland Million Ladies, My Sistersledge returned to the winner’s circle Sunday afternoon at Laurel Park.
Local stalwart Lake Ponchatrain won the rechristened Dance to Bristol Stakes – a satisfying win for jock Xavier Perez, who also rode the race’s namesake.
William and Mary was impressive in winning one of four state-bred stakes on this afternoon’s Charles Town Classic undercard.
Diamond King got it done in the Federico Tesio Stakes today at Laurel Park, making him Preakness-bound.
Something Awesome prevailed in the $1.2 million Charles Town Classic, giving trainer Jose Corrales his first million-dollar-race win.
Caribou Club ($15.20) won the Henry S. Clark Stakes, while Hallie Belle ($31.20) was up in time in the Dahlia.
Goodonehoney blitzed the field in the Weber City Miss Stakes to earn a berth in the G2 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes next month.
HOW IT HAPPENED Making her 2018 debut, Lael Stables' Chalon looked every bit the part of a prohibitive favorite in winning the 6-furlong, $100,000 Primonetta Stakes for older fillies and mares by a length over the betting public's...
Jockey Alex Cintron, injured in a bad spill in November, is – remarkably – nearing being able to get back on horses.
Grade 1 winner Ring Weekend and Grade 3 winner Ghost Hunter are among 14 set to contest the Henry S. Clark Stakes Saturday at Laurel.
Multiple graded stakes winner Hawksmoor is 7-5 on the morning line for Saturday’s Dahlia Stakes at Laurel Park.
Trainers like James W. Casey, Tim Grams, and Javier Contreras are among those likely to have a say on some of the CT Classic undercard events.
The first running of the Lucy’s Bob Boy Stakes Saturday at Charles Town prompted memories of the speedster, and some “what if” musing.
Which trainers are having the best season at Laurel Park? We look beyond the standard metrics.
Local stakes winners Still Having Fun and VIP Code are among those who will contest Saturday’s Tesio Stakes at Laurel with a Preakness berth on the line.