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April 15, 2016
The Maryland Jockey Club opened its fourth offtrack betting parlor Wednesday in Boonsboro.
Monmouth Park has put new health protocols in place for horses shipping in.
On Sunday, Ned Allard has Always Sunshine comfortably spotted in a third-level optional $40,000 claiming sprint at Parx Racing, where he and Always Sunshine are waiting out an equine herpesvirus quarantine.
Julie Broadway, the executive director of the American Morgan Horse Association and Educational Charitable Trust since 2007, has been named to succeed Jay Hickey as president of the American Horse Council, the AHC announced on Friday.
As of Friday, a field of nine was expected for next Saturday’s Grade 2, $1.25 million Charles Town Classic, according to Erich Zimny, the track’s vice president of racing operations.
Barkley, undefeated in two starts, appears to be primed for a big effort when he makes his first start as a sophomore in a conditional allowance race at Emerald Downs on Sunday. The six-furlong sprint restricted to 3-year-olds drew six horses, and it ...
Trainer Dino Condilenios is counting on Modern running a big race in the $50,000 Swift Thoroughbreds Inaugural Stakes at Hastings Sunday. He is hoping Rather Beautiful does the same when she tries to defend her title in the $50,000 Brighouse Belles for ...
With a solid alternative in which to bring Cavorting back to the races, it was a no-brainer for McLaughlin to scratch her from the Madison in favor of Sunday's Grade 3, $200,000 Distaff Handicap at Aqueduct.
Noholdingback Bear will be looking to shake a recent run of second-place finishes and record his first stakes win in Sunday's $125,000 Woodstock Stakes for 3-year-olds over six furlongs on Woodbine's Tapeta surface.
As more Kentucky Derby and Oaks hopefuls continue to arrive at Churchill Downs in Louisville, track officials have announced that the training time reserved exclusively for those horses will become effective next Saturday, April 23.