Millionaire Kobe’s Back, who made every start in his career in stakes company, has joined the Bonita Farm stallion roster for 2018.
Alliance, an unraced half-brother to champion Tepin by top sire Harlan’s Holiday, will enter stud duties in 2018 at Maryland’s Bonita Farm.
Louis Merryman and Drs. Tom and Brooke Bowman, the partners in Heritage Stallions, have announced they will split into two breeding operations.
Maryland-bred Ginger N Rye stormed to an impressive victory in the Smart N Fancy Stakes at Saratoga, the first stakes win by a Midlantic-bred on the Saratoga flat this year.
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.