With a roster of five, including two that already have stakes winners, Anchor and Hope Farm offers the most exciting young stallion roster in Maryland.
Stakes winners Hello Hot Rod and Pickin’ Time are among six horses bred in the Mid-Atlantic who have been nominated to the Triple Crown.
Sharing, the Maryland-bred who scored in the 2019 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf, has been retired.
Maryland’s Anchor and Hope Farm announced stud fee reductions for 2021 for its roster of four stallions.
Knicks Go, a Maryland-bred, simply ran his rivals off their feet to post a dominant win in track-record time in the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile at Keeneland.
Knicks Go ran second in the 2018 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile and will try it again in Saturday’s Mile. As in 2018 breeders Angie and Sabrina Moore will be there.
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.
The Gmax timing system in use at numerous tracks offers many advantages — but still has issues getting the final time correct. This is a big problem.
Two-year-old Heir Port’s victory Sunday at Monmouth Park gave sire Mosler, standing at Maryland’s Country Life Farm, his first winner.
A filly by Bernardini was named Grand Champion at the 86th annual Maryland Horse Breeders Association Yearling Show Saturday in Timonium.
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.
Regally bred young stallion Long River had his first foal this month, a colt out of an American Lion mare.
Monday Morning Qb, winner of Laurel Park’s Heft Stakes in December, may hop the Derby trail in the Feb. 1 G3 Withers at Aqueduct.
After a lifetime in racing, breeder Jay Williamson is still excited about the patriotically-named offspring of his mare Parade of Colors.
The Stallion Showcase will take place prior to racing on November 30 at Laurel Park and feature stallions from numerous Maryland farms.
Excluded from the Breeders’ Cup, Miss J McKay will instead try her hand in the $100k Stewart Manor Stakes at Aqueduct on Sunday.
Trainer Graham Motion skipped bigger races to run Sharing in the Selima at Laurel, which paid off when she won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf.
Anne Arundel County Stakes winner Miss J McKay, a Maryland-bred, is headed to the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint, her trainer said.