West Virginia Racing
We catch up with the week in Charles Town racing.
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.
Five-year-old House of Love has flashed talent in her career at Charles Town Races. Now trainer John Dillow seeks consistency.
Though late to reach the races, five-year-old I Know Nothing is making up for lost time for owner-trainer Crystal Pickett.
B’s Wild Cork has fashioned a solid career thus far, though she’s under the radar, overshadowed by a filly who broke her maiden the same night.
We kick off a year-end series of 2018 stories that mattered in Mid-Atlantic racing and breeding with Late Night Pow Wow, the West Virginia-bred who ran to prominence late in the season.
When she was born, Ava O was the “crookedest foal” folks had ever seen, but with three wins in her last seven starts, she seems to have straightened things out.
Parisian Diva was tons the best in a facile, five-length score in Saturday’s Eleanor Casey Memorial Stakes at Charles Town.
Saturday’s Eleanor Casey Memorial Stakes brings together seven juvenile fillies gunning for their first stakes win.
Charles Town is in action Thanksgiving night with a 10-race card featuring a $44,000 Pick 6 carryover, and we have selections and analysis for the card.
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.
Cavada runner-up Moonlit Song will try three turns for the first time in Saturday’s My Sister Pearl at Charles Town, in which she is the 6-5 morning line choice.
Charles Town and Penn National have canceled their Friday cards, marking the second straight day both have been unable to run.
With winter weather rolling through the Mid-Atlantic, Charles Town has canceled its Thursday evening card.
Owner-trainer-breeder James Casey only dropped Scottish Man into the WV Futurity to ensure the race would go. Then the 2-year-old went and won the thing…
Runnin’toluvya earned his third straight stakes in Saturday’s A Huevo at Charles Town, wrapping up top older male honors at the track.