Thoroughbred aftercare

“It is hard to put into words the amount of gratitude the entire horse racing community owes Pat for her relentless and tireless work for the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation (TRF). Needless to say the positive and exciting direction TRF is heading is due to her unfailing leadership through good times and bad. Her calm demeanor and experience has been a huge asset to TRF. And although we will dearly miss her guidance,  she of all people has definitely earned her retirement! I am proud toRead More →

“Everyone that has met Ms. Betty has adored her. She is not only an incredible horsewoman but definitely one of the nicest, most honest and hardworking people you will meet. Ms. Betty is a huge reason I became a jockey at 17 years old. She gave me opportunities on amazing ponies and horses on the National Steeplechase Association circuit. She taught me a lot about riding races and riding horses in general. She demonstrated strong courage and determination. Ms. Betty is definitely a SheHero!“ MaddieRead More →

“New York racing fans have had the luxury of watching Maggie Wolfendale Morley ply her trade for over a decade, and now the entire country, thanks to America’s Day at the Races and Saratoga Live on Fox Sports, has the pleasure of seeing the best in the business do her thing on a regular basis.  Maggie started at NYRA as a paddock reporter and now is a lead analyst and anchor as well. But the paddock is where she shines brightest. No one has aRead More →

“I have known Stephanie Brennan for 30 years. We galloped together at Keeneland and even back then she was ‘saving the world.’ The puppy she adopted, called Bernie, was a throwaway. A difficult horse she galloped, called Big Bet, was rehomed. He ended up becoming a Three Day Event horse. She is the woman behind the man at Niall Brennan Stable, always with a foot on the pedal, but never seeking the limelight. Her dogs and horses are her go to people. She even hadRead More →

“Georganne and I have been professional peers for the past 30+ years, but not until I came to the Maryland Jockey Club was I able to appreciate what she does. The consummate professional with the respect of the Maryland horsemen, she is affectionately known as the Queen of Maryland Racing.  Georganne dedicates her life to Maryland racing and its participants. She has been an integral part of much of the success of Maryland racing. She loves what she does, from helping create the race programsRead More →