Sharing, winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf, has earned honors as Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred of 2019.
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.
Raging Whiskey’s win in the Capote Stakes at Los Alamitos gave sire Bourbon Courage, standing in Maryland, his first stakes winner.
While the stallion and breeding business often focuses on what’s new and shiny, several regional sires are striking a blow for the tried and true.
First crop stallion Hangover Kid has only six named two-year-olds — but at least one of them looks to be a real runner, in On Breeding.
The Jockey Club is predicting a 2020 foal crop of just 20,500, less than half of what it was in 1990.
Amid a relatively quiet month, G2 winner Runnin’toluvya continued to lead the Top Midlantic-bred Poll among older horses.
Favored Miss J McKay dominated at first asking to break her maiden today at Laurel Park and give her sire, Hangover Kid, his first winner.
A Midshipman filly bred and owned by Chanceland Farm was named Grand Champion at the Maryland Horse Breeders Association Yearling Show Sunday.
Two newcomers, Cordmaker and Please Flatter Me, joined the Top Midlantic-bred Poll, which otherwise saw little change.