Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint winner Shamrock Rose zooms to the top of the latest Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred Poll.
Multiple graded winner Something Awesome and Unbridled Juan, both from the Jose Corrales barn at Laurel Park, are under consideration for January’s Pegasus World Cup.
Gunnevera, third in last year’s Pegasus World Cup and second in last month’s Breeders’ Cup Classic, will again tackle the Pegasus World Cup.
Awesome D J was much the best in winning his career debut by almost five in a sharp time for the one-turn mile.
Two new runners — Seeking the Soul and True Timber — are being pointed to the Pegasus World Cup in January at Gulfstream Park.
Maryland-breds Laki and Lewsfield, who have faced off four times this year, are set to meet again in Saturday’s Bender Memorial Stakes at Laurel Park.
Saturday’s Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship is a wide-open affair, with Belial named the 2-1 morning line favorite.
James F. Lewis, III winner Scrap Copper and Tremont victor Our Braintrust square off Saturday in a salty renewal of the Maryland Juvenile Futurity at Laurel Park.
Parisian Diva was tons the best in a facile, five-length score in Saturday’s Eleanor Casey Memorial Stakes at Charles Town.
Grade 2 winner Call Paul rediscovered his winning ways, romping to victory in the Pennsylvania Nursery Stakes Saturday at Parx Racing.
Saturday’s Eleanor Casey Memorial Stakes brings together seven juvenile fillies gunning for their first stakes win.
A racing digest of some of the Midlantic stories that were a bit below the radar this past weekend…
Victory Rally made her first foray into stakes company a winning one, holding on to win the Geisha Stakes for Maryland-breds at Laurel Park.
My Magician, the winner of the 2017 Geisha Stakes, will look to defend her title against a big field Saturday at Laurel Park.
Graded winners Ms Locust Point and Late Night Pow Wow headline a stacked edition of Laurel’s Willa on the Move Stakes Saturday.
The last big card of the year at Penn National features three stakes, topped by the Fabulous Strike, and we have some questions we’ll look to get answered tonight.
Monday’s Steel Valley Sprint Stakes at Mahoning Valley features three familiar Midlantic runners in Still Having Fun, Smokin Nitro, and Navy Commander.
A two-year-old son of Pioneerof the Nile, Amino scored at second asking today in a solid maiden heat at Laurel Park.
T Rex Express ran her record to three-for-three at nine furlongs with a dominant win in the $50,000 My Sister Pearl Stakes at Charles Town.