West Virginia Business
Saturday night Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races will celebrate its 90th anniversary and look back on an eventful near-century.
The Jockey Club’s report of mares bred indicates that for the eighth straight year, fewer mares were bred than in the previous year.
Unhealthy air quality in West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle has forced Charles Town Races to cancel its scheduled June 29 card.
Because of poor air quality as a result of the Canadian wildfires, Charles Town has canceled its Thursday evening race card.
In his long career, Charles Town director of racing Charlie McIntosh has pretty much seen it all, including horses and dogs racing on the same card.
With a current carryover of more than $120,000, Charles Town’s pick 6 wager will have a mandatory payout Saturday evening.
Muad’dib secured his second straight WV horse of the year title at the WV Thoroughbred Breeders Association banquet made more somber by recent passings.
John McKee, a longtime West Virginia owner, breeder, and trainer who stood prominent sire Fiber Sonde, has passed away at age 85.
Charles Town has canceled its Friday, Feb. 3 card, citing forecasted frigid temperatures and windy conditions.
Charles Town today unveiled a stakes schedule featuring the $1 million Charles Town Classic and the G3 Charles Town Oaks, with an increased purse.
James W. Casey, whose remarkable second career as a trainer, owner, and breeder followed a 32-year stint as a teacher, has passed away at age 92.
Millionaire Runnin’toluvya, winner of the Grade 2 Charles Town Classic and one of the top West Virginia-breds ever, has been retired.
The West Virginia-bred Hall of Fame welcome its initial class of six Saturday, headed by two Grade 1 winners and five millionaires.
Star of Night, a daughter of Creative Cause who became two-time West Virginia-bred Horse of the Year, has been retired.
As he completes his final week on the job, Charles Town racing head Erich Zimny discusses everything from worst day on the job to best accomplishment.
It’ll be a lucky Friday the 13th as Charles Town Races will have a mandatory payout of its Pick 6 wager, currently with a carryover above $159,000.
Charles Town Races will have a mandatory payout of its Jackpot Pick 6 on Friday, April 1, the track announced.
Overnight purses at Charles Town Races will rise by 10 percent, the track announced, a change taking effect March 23.
With severe mid-Atlantic weather, Charles Town Races has canceled its live racing card for Saturday, March 12.