Industry News

May 26, 2015
Terry Finley, the founder of West Point Thoroughbreds, has filed a civil lawsuit in New York contesting the result of the election he lost late last year for president of the New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association.
May 22, 2015
Helped by two additional days of Thoroughbred racing, handle at all California racetracks grew by 12 percent in April, pushing year-to-date figures into positive territory for the first time since the end of February, according to data presented at ...
May 21, 2015
The Oklahoma Racing Commission on Thursday unanimously voted to adopt a cobalt threshold level, according to Tino Rieger, the executive director for the commission.
The Maryland Racing Commission on Tuesday approved threshold levels for cobalt, the naturally occurring mineral that has allegedly been abused worldwide in horse racing, according to the commission’s executive director.
May 20, 2015
May 13, 2015
The Indiana Horse Racing Commission has abruptly terminated a months-old drug-testing contract with Truesdail Laboratory in California after the lab failed to report finding illegal concentrations of drugs in three samples, the IHRC announced on Wednesday.
The Association of Racing Commissioners International is considering a rule that would allow racing commissions to penalize horsemen if their horses test for an “excessive” amount of any substance, according to the RCI.
Daily Racing Form will provide live video coverage from Pimlico Race Course this week, including exclusive live streaming coverage of tonight's 2015 Preakness Post Position Draw show from 4-6 pm EDT on
May 12, 2015
All horses entered in Saturday’s Preakness Stakes will be required to be on the grounds of Pimlico Race Course by noon Thursday to comply with security procedures put in place for the race, Pimlico announced on Tuesday.