Sunday’s 84th annual MHBA Yearling Show attracted 96 participants, with a Fed Biz colt judged the grand champion.
PA-bred Unique Bella took over the top spot in the newest Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred Poll released today.
Some facts and figs about the Fasig-Tipton Two-Year-Olds in training sale taking place Monday and Tuesday in Timonium.
Maryland-bred Goodonehoney is among the notable newcomers in the newest Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred Poll released today.
Army Mule, a Pennsylvania-bred by a Maryland sire, tops the newest Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred Poll released today.
Not only does Peace and Justice, standing at Northview-PA, offer impeccable pedigree and blazing speed – there’s also a $250,000 breeder bonus available!
Pennsylvania-based stallion Peace and Justice’s first foal was named through a Facebook “name that foal” contest. Meet Super Starlet!
Holy Boss, standing stud at Maryland’s Anchor and Hope Farm, offers breeders a top pedigree, elegant good looks, and a serious race record.
The top five 3yos in the first Top Midlantic-bred Poll of 2018 all were bred in Maryland – the first time that’s happened – led by Still Having Fun.
Lord Shanakill and Last Gunfighter, both standing stud at the Pin Oak Lane Farm of Dr. Bill Solomon, were serious racehorses and are by major sires.
Dr. Bill Solomon and Pin Oak Lane Farm are betting big on Pennsylvania, with exciting new stallions Royal Artillery and Almasty leading the way.
Uncle Lino, a son of Uncle Mo standing at stud in Pennsylvania, had his first offspring born, a filly.
Pennsylvania’s Pin Oak Lane Farm has added two exciting new stallions, Royal Artillery and Almasty, to their roster for 2018.
Pennsylvania, says Dr. William Solomon, is the place to breed and race horses. And his Pin Oak Lane Farm has a powerful group of stallions standing to take advantage of that.
Millionaire Kobe’s Back, who made every start in his career in stakes company, has joined the Bonita Farm stallion roster for 2018.
The December Fasig-Tipton mixed sale in Timonium will include a strengthened horses of racing age supplement to meet strong demand from recent years.
Dortmund, who won a pair of Grade 1 races including the Santa Anita Derby, headlines the list of new sires standing in Maryland for 2018.
Madefromlucky, a multiple graded stakes winner by Lookin At Lucky, will stand stud at Maryland’s Northview Stallion Station in 2018.
Alliance, an unraced half-brother to champion Tepin by top sire Harlan’s Holiday, will enter stud duties in 2018 at Maryland’s Bonita Farm.