08/18/2015 12:40PM

Charles Town enhances Race for the Ribbon card

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Charles Town has added four $30,000 handicaps to the six stakes already scheduled for its Race for the Ribbon card Sept. 19.

The handicaps are for West Virginia-breds and are positioned as prep races for West Virginia Breeders’ Classics night on Oct. 10.

The Roger Ramey will be for 3-year-olds and up at 1 1/16 miles. The Harry Buch, for fillies and mares, will be run at the same distance.

The Dr. Ernest Benner and the Ann Hilton will both be run at 6 1/2 furlongs. The Hilton is restricted to fillies and mares.

The headliner on the Race for the Ribbon program will be the Grade 3, $350,000 Charles Town Oaks. First post is 5 p.m. Eastern.