Pennsylvania-based sire Uncle Lino, whose oldest are 2-year-olds, registered his first winner today when Hipnotizada dominated a maiden race at Delaware Park.
Normandy Invasion, a graded stakes-placed son of Tapit, will stand stud at Pennsylvania’s Pin Oak Lane Farm in 2020.
Daniel McConnell and his son John bred only one mare in 2014, but that mare’s offspring, Prince Lucky, continues to live up to his name with a three-race win steak, all in stakes company.
Grade 2 winner Call Paul rediscovered his winning ways, romping to victory in the Pennsylvania Nursery Stakes Saturday at Parx Racing.
Pennsylvania’s Diamond B Farm will add a pair of graded stakes-placed sons of high-end stallions to its roster for the 2019 breeding season.
Multimillionaire Hoppertunity will stand at Northview-PA for the 2019 breeding season.
Horses bred in Maryland and Pennsylvania took six races at Belmont Park last weekend, including four stakes, two graded.
Uncle Lino, a son of Uncle Mo standing at stud in Pennsylvania, had his first offspring born, a filly.
Pennsylvania’s Pin Oak Lane Farm has added two exciting new stallions, Royal Artillery and Almasty, to their roster for 2018.
Ultra-speedy Peace and Justice is the first son of War Front to stand in Pennsylvania. He’s at Diamond B Farm.
Pennsylvania-based stallion Uptowncharlybrown has his first winner, as True Sweetheart won a maiden claiming race at Parx at first asking.
Finest City lodged an upset in today’s Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint — a first for trainer Ian Kruljac, who called the win “everything you can do in this game.”
Pennsylvania-bred Spelling Again figures to be a longshot in Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint — but that’s not spoiling the fun for her owners.
Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint entrant Finest City — a PA-bred originally named City Envy — carries breeder Hank Nothhaft’s hopes into the fray.
The Pennsylvania legislature on Wednesday that will end the impasse that has kept breeders from receiving bonus moneys owed them; now it’s on to the Governor.
Legislation that would provide relief to Pennsylvania breeders awaiting long-delayed bonus payments took a step forward today but still has a ways to go.
Pennsylvania-bred Lucy N Ethel improved to four-for-four and earned her second graded victory in Saratoga’s G2 Prioress Sunday.
The fix to Pennsylvania’s breeding impasse must come from the legislature, Governor Tom Wolf said in a strongly worded letter to the state breeders group.
Pennsylvania breeders have gone without expected bonus awards for nearly six months, costing them millions, with the impasse likely to continue into September.