Young sire Peace and Justice, a son of War Front whose first crop are two-year-olds, will move for 2021 to Pennsylvania’s Blackstone Farm.
Three sires registered their first Maryland Million winners a couple of weeks back. Who are they, and whak kind of mares seem to work with them?
The number of mares bred in the Mid-Atlantic increased to nearly 2,000 in 2020, with Hoppertunity and Golden Lad both topping 100.
Wicked Strong, a millionaire on the racetrack who is 13th nationally among second-crop sires, will shift to Pennsylvania’s Pin Oak Lane Farm for 2021.
We check in with the Mid-Atlantic first-crop sires. Who has winners on the ground? Which horses have won stakes?
Force the Pass, a son of Speightstown who stood stud in Maryland in 2020, has been sold and will continue his stud career in Saudi Arabia.
Just an ordinary racehorse, Juba made his name with an entertaining Twitter account. Now his owners hope he’ll make it in the breeding shed.
The former Northview-PA will remain a breeding operation under the new banner of Wellbourne Farms, the two operations announced.
Two-year-old Heir Port’s victory Sunday at Monmouth Park gave sire Mosler, standing at Maryland’s Country Life Farm, his first winner.
The Maryland-bred Disco Rico mare Katarica Disco has enjoyed tremendous success with the Pennsylvania sire Weigelia, producing seven winners.
A filly by Bernardini was named Grand Champion at the 86th annual Maryland Horse Breeders Association Yearling Show Saturday in Timonium.
Pennsylvania-based sire Uncle Lino, whose oldest are 2-year-olds, registered his first winner today when Hipnotizada dominated a maiden race at Delaware Park.
Delaware Park will join NYRA in an all-graded stakes Pick 5 Saturday featuring the Delaware Oaks, Kent Stakes, and three New York races.
In this month’s On Breeding… the hardy band of New Jersey breeders is hoping new developments signal that brighter days are ahead.
In this month’s On Breeding… the well-bred Grade 3 winner Field Pass is a Maryland-bred with plenty more Maryland in his background.
In this month’s On Breeding… Flashy first-out winner Fortheluvofbourbon is just three – but she’s the latest in a line stretching back generations.
Uniformly Yours, winless as a runner, has turned into a Maryland-based goldmine, throwing multiple stakes winners and a $500,000 weanling.
The first foal by multiple graded winner Irish War Cry was born Feb. 12; the Pennsylvania-bred colt is out of a Cape Cross mare.
A Breeders’ Cup victory by two-year-old British Idiom bespeaks the distance influences in her pedigree – and is a boost to her PA-based sire Flashback.