Some facts and figs about the Fasig-Tipton Two-Year-Olds in training sale taking place Monday and Tuesday in Timonium.
The market for two-year-olds has been strong so far in 2017, and expectations are high for this week’s Fasig-Tipton juvenile sale.
Stellar Wind’s victory in the G1 Apple Blossom moved her to the head of the Top Midlantic-bred class, while Irish War Cry is tops among three-year-olds.
The Fasig-Tipton two-year-old sale has nearly 600 catalogued for the post-Preakness event.
In the second Top Midlantic-bred Poll of 2017, Fast and Accurate and Long On Value made major forward moves after big efforts.
The state’s breeders have named Sunny Ridge top New Jersey-bred of 2016, with Irish War Cry top freshman.
Ultra-speedy Peace and Justice is the first son of War Front to stand in Pennsylvania. He’s at Diamond B Farm.
In the first Top Midlantic-bred Poll of 2017, two of the nation’s top sophs rule their division, while an Eclipse Award champ leads the older horses.
Cathryn Sophia earned laurels as the top Maryland-bred runner of 2016, the Maryland Horse Breeders Association announced today.
Sprinter Barbados will stand at Shamrock Farm, while Northview PA adds Uncle Lino to its stallion roster.
A pair of Midlantic-breds — Irish War Cry (NJ) and Unique Bella (PA) — moved to the heads of their divisions with dominant weekend victories.
Undefeated sophomore Irish War Cry will tackle champion 2-year-old Classic Empire and graded winner Gunnevara in Saturday’s G2 Holy Bull.
The third annual Horse Industry Day brings industry participants together to raise awareness among state legislators of the economic and environmental impacts of Maryland’s horses.
We talked to five consignors bringing sizable contingents to Sunday’s Fasig-Tipton mixed sale. Here are their horses to watch.
Consignor Bill Reightler has 62 hips for Sunday’s Timonium sale — the largest consignment by far and one with options for every pocketbook.
Sunday’s Fasig-Tipton mixed sale has a much larger book than in 2016, and consignors are hoping for the best even as the national market has lately struggled.
Of the more than 400 horses nominated to the Triple Crown, 17 were bred in the mid-Atlantic.
Talent is one thing; wanting to win’s another. The talented Cathryn Sophia, said her trainer admiringly, was “a racehorse.”
Maryland-bred Cathryn Sophia has been named the Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred of 2016.
Green Gratto snapped a losing streak in today’s G3 Toboggan Stakes at Aqueduct.