The Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (PTHA) works hard to protect and provide for the Parx Racing horsemen through the guarantee of live racing, horsemen’s rights, health care and pension for horsemen, benevolence programs, and more.
July 6th, 2021By Dick Jerardi
Horses from the barns of the two Parx trainers with the most stakes caliber talent went north and south over the long July 4 weekend and acquitted themselves quite well in graded stakes, finishing in front
June 23rd, 2021by Dick Jerardi
The weather could have been better, but the cause is so good that nothing really was going to stop the celebration that is Turning For Home Day at Parx.
It was Tuesday, with a terrific card that
May 24th, 2021Article by Dick JerardiPhoto by Bill Denver / Equiphoto
Lupe Preciado has started more than 12,000 horses. The Parx Hall of Fame trainer has won more than 2,000 races. The filly that got win No. 2,000 for him on
Article by Dick JerardiFeatured photo by Anne M. Eberhardt @ BloodHorse
It was the Monday before the 2014 Kentucky Derby. I was having dinner at Proof on Main in Louisville with several of my writer friends when I got a call
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He has called horse races at 10 tracks around the United States. He has traveled the world as the announcer for the Globetrotters. On April 12, Chris Griffin called his first race at Parx.
Keith Jones retired in