Maryland-bred Knicks Go has been pre-entered for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, continuing a wild ride for breeders Angie and Sabrina Moore.
For young stallions, a successful Maryland Million day can turn breeders’ heads and have a big impact on the trajectory of their career.
The multiple graded stakes-winning New Jersey-bred Irish War Cry will enter stud at Maryland’s Northview Stallion Station in 2019.
Laurel Park-based, Maryland-bred Still Having Fun, trained by Tim Keefe, looks to be a major player in Saturday’s G1 Allen Jerkens at Saratoga.
Long River, the son of A. P. Indy who won a Group 1 race and earned over $770,000, will stand stud at Maryland’s Anchor and Hope Farm.
Sunday’s 84th annual MHBA Yearling Show attracted 96 participants, with a Fed Biz colt judged the grand champion.
Horses bred in Maryland and Pennsylvania took six races at Belmont Park last weekend, including four stakes, two graded.
The Maryland Horse Breeders Association (MHBA) elections saw three newcomers added to the board and two incumbents holding their seats.
From daring barrel racer to budding breeder and pinhooker, 26-year-old Sabrina Moore has had a racing journey driven by her and her mother’s love for horses.
Millionaire Kobe’s Back, who made every start in his career in stakes company, has joined the Bonita Farm stallion roster for 2018.
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.
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.
Louis Merryman and Drs. Tom and Brooke Bowman, the partners in Heritage Stallions, have announced they will split into two breeding operations.
Maryland-bred Ginger N Rye stormed to an impressive victory in the Smart N Fancy Stakes at Saratoga, the first stakes win by a Midlantic-bred on the Saratoga flat this year.
At Sunday’s 83rd annual MHBA Yearling Show, a pair of horses from Chanceland Farm took the highest honors.
Cathryn Sophia earned laurels as the top Maryland-bred runner of 2016, the Maryland Horse Breeders Association announced today.
Talent is one thing; wanting to win’s another. The talented Cathryn Sophia, said her trainer admiringly, was “a racehorse.”
A trio of state-bred stakes at Laurel Park showed how patience and feel — and connections — mean everything in the breeding game.
Maryland’s Bonita Farm has added Grade 2 winner Norumbega to its stallion roster for 2017.