Horse playing in the snow in Central Kentucky on Jan. 23, 2016.
The 2015-16 meet at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino got off to a good start, but it was sidetracked Dec. 27 when live racing was canceled because of a winter storm that dumped more than nine inches of snow on the area.
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The threat of a Thanksgiving Eve holiday snowstorm set to hit the mid-Atlantic region has forced the postponement of the Wednesday, Nov. 26 Holiday Racing Festival card at Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course.
Images of a wintery Woodbine Racetrack.
From four to six inches of snow expected in the New York City area. Live racing should resume Jan. 22.
Track needs to clean up after massive snowstorms in Central Pennsylvania.
Two major snowstorms in less than a week led Charles Town Races & Slots to cancel live racing through Feb. 14.
With the forecast calling for a severe winter storm, Aqueduct's live racing card for Feb. 22, has been canceled.
Keeneland, Kentucky feel effect of winter storm that left 3-5 inches of snow and ice.
A snow advisory in the Baltimore-Washington region forced Maryland Jockey Club officials to cancel live racing at Laurel Park for Wednesday, March 7.
Many racetracks in the Midwest and on the East Coast cancelled live racing Saturday due to a massive winter storm moving through those parts of the country.
Horse racing was called off Tuesday at two tracks in the New York area because of the threat of a snowstorm. The Thoroughbred card at Aqueduct on Wednesday also was scrapped; there was no racing at Aqueduct on Tuesday.
Because of a deep freeze and snow expected to descend on the New York metropolitan area, live racing and simulcasting at Aqueduct has been cancelled for Thursday.
Racing at five eastern tracks was cancelled Sunday because of heavy snow flurries that pounded the region.
Because of the snow in the Baltimore and Washington D.C. areas, the Maryland Jockey Club has cancelled live racing at Laurel Park.
Inclement weather has forced Woodbine officials to call off Friday's race program.
A winter storm has canceled racing Wednesday and Thursday in Arkansas and Wednesday's card in Maryland.
Because of the snow in the Baltimore and Washington D.C. areas the Maryland Jockey Club has canceled live racing at Laurel Park Saturday and Sunday. Severe winter weather also forced Turfway Park to cancel its live racing Saturday, the third consecutive day the track has been closed.
The meet-closing live racing card at Delaware Park Sunday has been canceled due to unsafe track conditions caused by inclement weather, officials announced.
Sunday's live Thoroughbred racing program at Woodbine has been cancelled due to heavy snowfall in the Toronto area over the past 18 hours. It was the second straight day that severe weather has contributed to conditions that are unsafe for racing.
Thoroughbred racing at Sportsman's Park was cancelled again Tuesday because of weather-related track conditions.
In the interest of the safety, Oaklawn Park has cancelled both live and simulcast programs for Wednesday, Feb. 6. The decision was made Wednesday morning following a four-inch snowfall overnight in the Hot Springs area.
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