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 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.
Regally bred young stallion Long River had his first foal this month, a colt out of an American Lion mare.
Sharing, winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf, has earned honors as Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred of 2019.
Hoppertunity, an earner of more than $4 million on the racetrack, sired his first foal, a filly out of a stakes-winning mare.
Golden Lad, whose first crop are newly minted three-year-olds, is off to a fast start, with stakes winners and sales toppers among his first to hit the track.
Tuesday’s Fasig-Tipton Midlantic mixed sale set records with a $450,000 purchase and more than $4 million in total sales. Here, we dig deeper.
Maryland-bred Sharing is – like her sire and dam – a Breeders’ Cup winner, but unlike her pedigree suggests is impressively precocious.
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf winner Sharing takes the lead in the latest — and second to last of 2019 — edition of the Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred Poll.
The Stallion Showcase will take place prior to racing on November 30 at Laurel Park and feature stallions from numerous Maryland farms.
Hard-hitting sprinter Call Paul – a multiple graded winner – and promising juvenile Pink Caddy are half-siblings whose lineage didn’t presage greatness.
Normandy Invasion, a graded stakes-placed son of Tapit, will stand stud at Pennsylvania’s Pin Oak Lane Farm in 2020.
The share of mares bred to Midlantic stallions is slightly higher than it was a year ago, with two Pennsylvania newcomers leading the way.
The number of mares bred in 2019 decreased more than 3 percent versus last year, the Jockey Club reported today.
Multiple graded stakes winner Prince Lucky rates tops in the latest edition of the Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred Poll.