There is a move afoot to help keep retired racehorses alive by retraining them to do more than just run in circles.
Crossing the finish line at Pimlico may be the end of the line for a thoroughbred’s career. But for some former racehorses, a new program is designed to give them a second occupation.
It’s not your typical college experience, but students at College Park aren’t complaining.
It is a look into the lives of racehorses after the track. Governor Martin O’Malley declared Saturday “Totally Thoroughbred Horse Show Day” in the state of Maryland.
Rapid Redux, a five-year-old thoroughbred gelding, made history Thursday with a 19th consecutive win in Laurel Park. He joins two other horses with the victory.