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The $5-million Breeders' Cup Classic suffered a major defection Thursday when trainer Bill Mott announced that Ron The Greek, winner of the Jockey Club Gold Cup, would be scratched from Saturday's race at Santa Anita because of a quarter crack.
Jockey Ryan Moore might be overqualified if he ever wants to be a contestant on the TV series "The Amazing Race," considering his travel itinerary for the next two months.
Most thoroughbreds leave their barns to go to the races. Paynter got off his deathbed.
While sitting in her anatomy class at Georgetown, Tori Manger received the text she had been waiting for.
The Boniface family will be forever synonymous with the horse industry in Maryland.
Eighttofasttocatch backed up his morning favorite status by winning the Maryland Million Classic Saturday.
Greenwood Racing Inc. showed its hand Wednesday in its bid to build a casino in Prince George's County.
Raising the stakes among the three companies vying to build a casino in Prince George's County, Penn National Gaming promised Monday to plow nearly $320 million into the county's health and educational systems if it secures the license.
Ben's Cat came within a neck of setting a new Maryland Million record for victories, but fell short as Ellendale Racing's Roadhog pulled ahead in a photo finish in the $125,000 Maryland Million Turf.
Photos from the Jim McKay Maryland Million Day at Laurel Park, where Eighttofasttocatch won the $150,000 Maryland Million Classic.
Forest Boyce was not worried when she heard the results of the Maryland Million post-position draw, even though two of her seven entries drew the rail position.
King Leatherbury won't pretend he knew what he had in Ben's Cat.If the legendary Maryland trainer had seen the brown gelding's potential, he never would have stuck him in a $20,000 claiming race, there to be snatched by any other enterprising horseman.
Beauty in Sport: Celebrating Black Jockeys in Harford County, Maryland and Beyond opened Monday at the Hays Heighe House at Harford Community College and will run through Nov. 8.
Baltimore resident Carolyn Karlson grew up near New York's Saratoga Race Course, and has always loved thoroughbred horses. Six years ago, she purchased her first horse, Ave Ravina.
James Slater admitted to being "a little nervous when Aero jumped ahead" of his mount, Tax Ruling, after both horses cleared the 14th and final fence in the Brown Advisory Legacy Chase, the feature event at the Legacy Chase at Shawan Downs on Saturday afternoon in Cockeysville.
Robert Abbo Racing Stable's Immortal Eyes left the gate in a flash, opened up quickly on his rivals and won the $350,000 Frank J. DeFrancis Memorial Dash handily over the sloppy track Saturday at Laurel Park.
When jockey Chelsey Keiser rode Greentree Road, a 6-year-old gelding from Frederick, across the finish line to place second in the fourth race at Laurel Park on Thursday, she earned his owner 20 percent of the $15,000 purse, or $3,000.
It is an overcast morning Friday, and a tiny woman sits on a bale of hay outside a distant barn at Santa Anita. In the stall behind her is a giant race horse.
Twenty-seven horses at the Bowie Training Center have been isolated after a filly became sick and had to be euthanized Saturday, according to the Maryland Jockey Club.
The Maryland Racing Commission took an important step this week agreeing to join other Eastern states in a set of regulations for the amounts and kinds of medications that can be used at the track. But there is still more that needs to be done to ensure the safety of Maryland's horses and the...
Maryland racetracks will share uniform drug testing rules with seven other states in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast after the state's racing commission gave final approval Tuesday to the new regional plan for thoroughbreds and standardbreds.
Gina Riley staked out a spot near the finish line long before the crowds arrived at the Timonium Fairground race track Sunday. She put a blanket on the ground, parked a cooler nearby and sat in the shade of the grandstand. She thought of her son, Bryce, who would have turned 34 Friday.