Raging Whiskey’s win in the Capote Stakes at Los Alamitos gave sire Bourbon Courage, standing in Maryland, his first stakes winner.
The MHBA may be cause for optimism that Maryland’s new stallions are going to have a major impact, in on breeding.
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.
Little Lion Girl scored a $28 upset Friday at Laurel Park to give Maryland sire Imagining his first victory.
Two-year-old Punk Rock Princess broke her maiden at Laurel Park to become the first winner for local stallion Bourbon Courage.
A trio of first-year sires standing at Maryland’s Bonita Farm have their first foals on the ground.
Knicks Go led the way at Tuesday’s Renaissance Awards, earning honors as Maryland-bred Horse of the Year.
Maryland-bred Our Braintrust, now with new connections, aims to get on the Derby trail in Saturday’s G3 Withers Stakes at the Big A.
The Maryland Horse Breeders Association has announced its stallion, broodmare, and breeder of the year for 2018.
The story of Whereshetoldmetogo, whose success has outstripped his price as a yearling, and whose fame has outstripped his success (so far).
Maryland-bred Blamed, a winner in six of eight career starts, got her first graded win in today’s G3 Comely Stakes at Aqueduct.
Maryland-bred Knicks Go has been pre-entered for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, continuing a wild ride for breeders Angie and Sabrina Moore.
Northern Dancer, the greatest sire of all, has left a rich legacy in Maryland, where he stood, and around the racing world.
For young stallions, a successful Maryland Million day can turn breeders’ heads and have a big impact on the trajectory of their career.
The multiple graded stakes-winning New Jersey-bred Irish War Cry will enter stud at Maryland’s Northview Stallion Station in 2019.
Laurel Park-based, Maryland-bred Still Having Fun, trained by Tim Keefe, looks to be a major player in Saturday’s G1 Allen Jerkens at Saratoga.
Long River, the son of A. P. Indy who won a Group 1 race and earned over $770,000, will stand stud at Maryland’s Anchor and Hope Farm.
Sunday’s 84th annual MHBA Yearling Show attracted 96 participants, with a Fed Biz colt judged the grand champion.