Angel At War, whose first start was against maiden claimers, makes her stake debut in the What A Summer at Laurel riding a six-race win streak.
For the second straight day, jockey Steve Hamilton and trainer Horacio DePaz teamed up for a maiden-breaking score, this time with Global Citizen.
Stellar Wind, the multiple Grade 1-winning Virginia-bred mare, breezed a sharp five furlongs this morning at Gulfstream Park.
Dictate Cool, a Sagamore homebred Curlin filly, won at first asking Saturday at Laurel Park.
The Derby trail kicks off with today’s G3 LeComte Stakes, and Larry Jones-trained Kowboy Karma is one of four Mid-Atlantic maiden winners in the race.
Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races will not run January 12 or 13, both cards lost to track issues caused by the trick weather.
Irish War Cry, the multiple Grade 2-winning New Jersey-bred, is several weeks away from a 2018 debut, trainer Graham Motion said.
Charles Town Races kicked off its 2018 with the Tri-State Stakes, and William and Mary started the new year just like he ended the old, with an easy win.
The Tri-State Futurity – delayed by a dearth of entries until today – kicks off Charles Town’s 2018 season with William and Mary the horse to beat.
Stellar Wind has been named the Top Midlantic-bred of 2017 — the second time she’s earned that honor in three years, and the first horse to win it more than once.
Favorite Tale won for the first time since 2015, and Bishop’s Pond continued a late-career surface switch to score in Laurel Park stakes today.
Three Midlantic-breds — Unique Bella, Stellar Wind, and All the Way Jose — are finalists for Eclipse Awards, to be announced later this month.
Trainer Eddie Gaudet, winner of 1735 and patriarch of an accomplished Maryland racing family, passed away at age 87.
Score another one for the frigid temps, as Laurel Park has canceled its January 1 card.
Trainer Claudio Gonzalez and rider Jevian Toledo wrapped up the Laurel Park fall meet titles and were Maryland’s year-round leaders in 2017.
In the face of what it called “extreme cold weather,” Laurel Park has canceled its Sunday, New Year’s Eve card.
After three riders were thrown in the same spot this afternoon, Laurel Park canceled its remaining races after jocks asked the problem be addressed.
John Jones won for the first time in a year, repeating in the Jennings Stakes at Laurel Park, while My Magician rallied to win the Politely.
Just a month after a nearly disastrous spill, two-year-old Diamond King got back on track with a win in the Heft Stakes at Laurel Park.