West Virginia Racing
Charles Town Classic winner drops back in to face state-breds Thursday night at Charles Town Races.
Moonlit Song retired, earlier this year, as the richest horse Tim Grams ever trained – but was immediately surpassed by Runnin’toluvya.
For the first time, a West Virginia-bred won the G2 Charles Town Classic as Runnin’toluvya scored the upset Saturday at Charles Town.
In three open stakes on the Charles Town Classic undercard, homecomings were the recurring theme.
West Virginia-bred runners delivered the goods on Charles Town Classic day, as favorites ruled the day.
In which we flag some horses that might help make your Charles Town Classic day a profitable one.
Trainer Jose Corrales brings defending champion Something Awesome and the hard-hitting Unbridled Juan to Saturday’s G2 Charles Town Classic.
Trainer Tim Grams will send out barn star Runnin’toluvya in Saturday’s G2 Charles Town Classic, where he’s hoping to spring the upset.
A full field of 10 — plus an also-eligible — is entered in Saturday’s Grade 2, $1 million Charles Town Classic.
Moreno, Researcher and the rest — the five fastest editions of the Charles Town Classic, plus some other news and notes.
Over six dozen runners — including a total of 16 from the powerful Todd Pletcher and Bob Baffert barns — have been nominated to the G2 Charles Town Classic.
In a pair of preps for next month’s Charles Town stakes, Lake Ponchatrain is favored in the distaff version, while Runnin’toluvya dominated the boys’.
Apprentice jock Keimar Trotman is currently leading rider at Charles Town, but his Eclipse dreams are on hold for the moment after suffering a minor injury this week.
We catch up with the week in Charles Town racing.
Ghost Fever – full sis to local stars Hidden Canyon and Bullets Fever – is belatedly blazing her own trail with three straight wins.
Moonlit Song is odds-on to take an open, West Virginia-bred allowance Thursday at Charles Town Races.
Hero’s Man dazzled in his debut at Charles Town and may be poised to be the latest stellar runner from owner-trainer-breeder James W. Casey’s operation.
For Barbara Jo Rubin, the first woman to win a US race, it was always about the horses – and never about the history she made.
Mini Bolt gave owner-trainer Nelsi Roman-Salon the best Valentine’s Day present of all: a maiden-breaking win that was also her first as a trainer.