Apprentice Julio Correa Parlays Four-Win Day Into Summer Riding Title At Laurel

Apprentice Julio Correa won four times on Sunday’s closing day program to defeat Trevor McCarthy and clinch his first career riding title in style at Laurel Park. The 25-year-old Correa, who rides with a five-pound weight allowance, finished the 43-day summer meet with a 35-30 advantage atop the jockey standings to become the first apprentice […]

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Delaware Park: Shipping Restrictions, Insufficient Entries Force July 4 Cancellation

Due to shipping and returning restrictions placed upon Delaware Park from other Mid-Atlantic tracks, the live racing card scheduled for Thursday, July 4th has been cancelled due to insufficient entries. The restrictions were put in place last week when a horse that tested positive for strangles was put in an isolation barn outside of the […]

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Equine Medical Center Dedicates Renovated Youngkin Equine Soundness Clinic

Equine athletes of all kinds—from racehorses to hunters and jumpers to family companions—in the Mid-Atlantic region will now have access to an enhanced sports medicine facility in the heart of Virginia horse country. The Youngkin Equine Soundness Clinic in the Fout Barn at Virginia Tech’s Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center (EMC) at Morven Park was dedicated […]

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‘Canter For The Cause’: Pimlico Event Raises $10,000 For TAA, Susan G. Komen

Riders from throughout the Mid-Atlantic cantered, walked and trotted their horses across legendary Pimlico Race Course Sunday morning as part of Canter For The Cause while raising awareness and money for the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance and Susan G. Komen Maryland. Riders brought their ponies, Thoroughbred, Clydesdales and Standardbreds to Pimlico to walk in the footsteps of such champions as […]

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