Longtime National Museum President John von Stade Dies

Longtime National Museum President John von Stade Dies

John T. von Stade, whose 17-year tenure as president of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame from 1989-2005 is the longest in the institution’s history, died Nov. 25 at his home in Lutherville, Md., after a lengthy illness. He was 83. Read...
The Mean Queen secures steeplechase crown in Grand National

The Mean Queen secures steeplechase crown in Grand National

The Mean Queen ran herself into the racing history books in multiple ways with a gutsy victory in the $150,000 Grand National (G1) at Far Hills, New Jersey, on Saturday. The Irish-bred five-year-old became the first female winner of the Grand National in nearly a...
Far Hills horse race returns after COVID cancellation

Far Hills horse race returns after COVID cancellation

After a one-year absence, the Far Hills Race Meeting returned on Saturday. Last summer’s race was to be the 100th running, but was canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The 100th edition was instead staged on Saturday at the borough’s Moorland Farms. Read...
Far Hills Race is Over, But Charitable Efforts Go On

Far Hills Race is Over, But Charitable Efforts Go On

FAR HILLS — Even in the afterglow of the Far Hills Race Meeting’s 99th running this past Saturday, the group that governs the yearly event is continuing its community outreach. The Far Hills Race Meeting Association has partnered for many years with RWJ...