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.
Dancing Rags is the lone Maryland-bred in this weekend’s Breeders’ Cup, and the first Grade 1 winner for her breeder, David DiPietro.
A big group of horses came out for the Maryland Horse Breeders Association’s 82nd annual yearling show, and a Sagamore Farm filly took top honors.
Veteran trainer Bill Komlo and M & D Stables – his daughter and son-in-law – teamed up to win both Maryland-bred stakes today at Pimlico.
The closing Saturday at Pimlico features five stakes, and we provide an in-depth look at them.
Phlash Phelps, Monster Sleeping, and Middleburg are among 122 nominees to Pimlico’s two Maryland-bred and three Virginia-bred stakes closing weekend.
Longtime leading Maryland sire Not for Love has been euthanized after a bout with colic.
Trainer John Servis — conditioner of Kentucky Oaks winner Cathryn Sophia — will judge the Maryland Horse Breeders Association’s annual yearling show.
Maryland-bred Cathryn Sophia, a $30,000 auction purchase, scored one for the little guys by romping home to win the Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks today.
Though questions abound about the ability of Maryland-bred Cathryn Sophia to get the 9-furlong distance of the Kentucky Oaks, her trainer says she deserves the shot at G1 glory.
Trainer John Servis and owner Chuck Zacney — both connected to dual-Classic winners — never thought modest-looking Maryland-bred Cathryn Sophia would put them back on the big stage.
Maryland’s allowance race conditions provide an advantage to horses who are not Maryland-bred. It’s time for that to change.
Growing funds and the perception that the state’s racing and breeding programs have a stable foundation are fueling a Maryland breeding industry rebirth.
Charmed Victory may have come up short to Marengo Road in the Miracle Wood Stakes, but trainer Rodney Jenkins believes distance — and experience — will benefit his runner.
The Big Beast was named Maryland-bred Horse of the Year for 2015
Maryland-bred Cathryn Sophia thrashed her rivals in Saturday’s Grade 2 Davona Dale at Gulfstream Park and was thriving the next day.