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2023 Live Racing at Penn National Race Course Wednesday through Friday nights

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A video recap of the stakes action from Presque Isle Downs on September 19th, 2022, featuring the Grade 2 $400,000 Presque Isle Masters! 

A brief look at some of the highlights from a very memorable Penn Mile card - which featured six Stakes Races - June 3rd, 2022 at Penn National Race Course!

Pennsylvania's horse racing and breeding industries are a significant economic driver, across the Commonwealth.  We are not "The Sport of Kings," rather, we are your friends and your neighbors.  Our growing racing and breeding industries employ tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians, and generate billions in annual statewide economic impact.  

Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our magnificent thoroughbreds as outlined in this video we produced, narrated by the renowned equine surgeon, Dr. Patricia Hogan.

If you're new to betting on horse racing, our friends at Keystone Films produced this video for us, aimed at the novice horseplayer.


Pennsylvania Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association

The Pennsylvania Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association (PA HBPA) is proud to be an Affiliate of the National HBPA, which operates on behalf of thoroughbred race horse owners, trainers and backstretch personnel throughout the United States and Canada. Based in Grantville, the Pennsylvania HBPA is comprised of a president, board of directors (five owners and five trainers), an executive director and staff, who represent 3,750 members.

Our mission...

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The safety of both horse and rider is our highest priority.  These videos help outline our daily, ongoing commitment.

Info for Horsemen

Information for horsemen by horsemen.

  • Overnights
  • Condition Books
  • Stakes Books
  • Stakes Nominations
  • Horsemen Guide
  • Claim Report
  • Workouts
  • Much More

New Start's mission is to place our racehorses, who have been retired from Penn National Race Course, with trusted foster farms who will then adopt out the horses to caring, knowledgeable horse people who can provide safe, enduring homes with suitable care, shelter and paddock space.

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