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2022 Stakes Horses

1st: JAXON TRAVELER

$150,000 MARYLAND SPRINT S-G3, Pimlico, 5/21, c, 4, Munnings—Listen Boy, by After Market. O-West Point Thoroughbreds and Marvin Delfiner, B-Dr. and Mrs. A. Leonard Pineau.

1st: CAN THE QUEEN

$100,000 THE VERY ONE S, Pimlico, 5/20, m, 6, Can the Man—Queenterra, by Empire Maker. O-Joanne Shankle, B-Carol Ann Kaye.

1st: JOE

$100,000 JAMES W. MURPHY S, Pimlico, 5/21, c, 3, Declaration of War—Battle Bridge, by Arch. O/B-The Elkstone Group, LLC (Stuart Grant).

2nd: Fille d’Esprit

$100,000 SKIPAT S, Pimlico, 5/21, m, 6, Great Notion—Sweet Valor, by No Armistice. O-C J I Phoenix Group and No Guts No Glory Farm, B-Sweet Spirits Stables, LLC.

3rd: Crabs N Beer

$100,000 JAMES W. MURPHY S, Pimlico, 5/21, g, 3, Blofeld—Get’m Up Pronto, by Kitalpha. O-Charles Blanford, B-Kyle M. Horlacher.

3rd: Mr Jefferson

$100,000 SIR BARTON S, Pimlico, 5/21, c, 3, Constitution—Clockstrucktwelve, by Malibu Moon. O/B-R. Larry Johnson.

3rd: Aloha West

$750,000 CHURCHILL DOWNS S-G1, Churchill Downs, 5/7, h, 5, Hard Spun—Island Bound, by Speightstown. O-Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners, B-Robert T. Manfuso and Katharine M. Voss.

3rd: Robert’s Luxury

$50,000 FLAT S, Great Meadow, 5/7, g, 4, Shanghai Bobby—Golden Causeway (GB), by Giant’s Causeway. O/B-South Branch Equine LLC.

1st: MISS J MCKAY

$100,000 LICENSE FEE S, Belmont Park, 5/1, m, 5, Hangover Kid—Ballykiss, by Street Boss. O-Madaket Stables LLC, Wonder Stables, Tony Weintraub and Brandon M. Dalinka, B-Linda Oliff Rohleder.

1st: ROAD TO OZ

$30,000 GRAND NATIONAL TIMBER S, Grand National, 4/23, g, 7, Quality Road—Miz Magician, by Mizzen Mast. O-Holwood Stable, B-R. Larry Johnson.

2nd: Grateful Bred

$100,000 KING T. LEATHERBURY S, Laurel Park, 4/23, g, 6, Great Notion—Malibu Moment, by Malibu Moon. B/O-Gordon Keys.

3rd: Coconut Cake

$100,000 DAHLIA S, Laurel Park, 4/23, m, 5, Bandbox—English Muffin, by English Channel. O-N R S Stable, James Chambers and Timothy L. Keefe, B-Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGinnes.

3rd: Field Pass

$100,000 HENRY S. CLARK S, Laurel Park, 4/23, h, 5, Lemon Drop Kid—Only Me, by Runaway Groom. O-Three Diamonds Farm, B-Mark Brown Grier.

3rd: Plot the Dots

$100,000 NATIVE DANCER S, Laurel Park, 4/23, g, 5, Uncle Mo—Lady of Gold, by Medaglia d’Oro. O-Danny Chen, B-The Elkstone Group LLC.

3rd: Street Lute

$100,000 PRIMONETTA S, Laurel Park, 4/23, f, 4, Street Magician—Alottalute, by Midnight Lute. O-Lucky 7 Stables, B-Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowman and Dr. Brooke Bowman.

1st: JOE

$125,000 FEDERICO TESIO S, Laurel Park, 4/16, c, 3, Declaration of War—Battle Bridge, by Arch. O/B-The Elkstone Group LLC (Stuart Grant).

1st: LUNA BELLE

$125,000 WEBER CITY MISS S, Laurel Park, 4/16, f, 3, Great Notion—Heavenly Moon, by Mojave Moon. O-Deborah S. Greene and Hamilton A. Smith, B-Fred A. Greene Jr., Deborah Greene and Hamilton Smith.

2nd: Mr Jefferson

$125,000 FEDERICO TESIO S, Laurel Park, 4/16, c, 3, Constitution—Clockstrucktwelve, by Malibu Moon. O/B-R. Larry Johnson.

2nd: Fille d’Esprit

$100,000 HEAVENLY CAUSE S, Laurel Park, 4/16, m, 6, Great Notion—Sweet Valor, by No Armistice. O-C J I Phoenix Group and No Guts No Glory Farm, B-Sweet Spirits Stables, LLC.

3rd: Click to Confirm

$125,000 WEBER CITY MISS S, Laurel Park, 4/16, f, 3, Tonalist—Meinertzhageni, by Stormin Fever. O-Mi Patria Racing, B-The Elkstone Group LLC.

3rd: Hammerin Aamer

$60,000 More To Tell Stakes, Aqueduct, 3/26, g, 8, Jump Start—Signaling, by Smoke Glacken. O-Gregg O’Donnell, B-Sycamore Hall Thoroughbreds, LLC.

1st: LUNA BELLE

$100,000 BEYOND THE WIRE S, Laurel Park, 3/19, f, 3, Great Notion—Heavenly Moon, by Mojave Moon. O-Deborah S. Green and Hamilton A. Smith, B-Fred A. Greene Jr., Deborah Greene and Hamilton Smith.

1st: FILLE D’ESPRIT

$75,000 CONNIVER S, Laurel Park, 3/19, m, 6, Great Notion—Sweet Valor, by No Armistice. O-C J I Phoenix Group and No Guts No Glory Farm, B-Sweet Spirits Stables, LLC.

1st: WHERESHETOLDMETOGO

$75,000 NOT FOR LOVE S, Laurel Park, 3/19, g, 7, El Padrino—Undisputed Legend, by Domestic Dispute. O-Madaket Stables LLC, Ten Strike Racing, Michael E. Kisber and BTR Racing, Inc., B-David H. Wade.

2nd: Joe

$100,000 PRIVATE TERMS S, Laurel Park, 3/19, c, 3, Declaration of War—Battle Bridge, by Arch. O/B-The Elkstone Group, LLC (Stuart Grant).

2nd: Jaxon Traveler

$75,000 NOT FOR LOVE S, Laurel Park, 3/19, c, 4, Munnings—Listen Boy, by After Market. O-West Point Thoroughbreds and Marvin Delfiner, B-Dr. and Mrs. A. Leonard Pineau.

2nd: Kiss the Girl

$75,000 CONNIVER S, Laurel Park, 3/19, m, 5, Into Mischief—Spin the Bottle, by Hard Spun. O-Three Diamonds Farm, B-Classic Thoroughbred XII.

3rd: Click to Confirm

$100,000 BEYOND THE WIRE S, Laurel Park, 3/19, f, 3, Tonalist—Meinertzhageni, by Stormin Fever. O-Mi Patria Racing, B-The Elkstone Group LLC.

3rd: Galerio

$100,000 HARRISON E. JOHNSON MEMORIAL S, Laurel Park, 3/19, g, 6, Jump Start—Congaree Princess, by Congaree. O-Bird Mobberley LLC and Grady Griffin, B-Daniel Marconi.

3rd: Local Motive

$100,000 PRIVATE TERMS S, Laurel Park, 3/19, g, 3, Divining Rod—Wild for Love, by Not For Love. O-Bird Mobberley LLC, B-Wasabi Ventures Stables LLC, Greenspring Mares LLC and Bowman & Higgins Stable.

3rd: Air Token

$75,000 NOT FOR LOVE S, Laurel Park, 3/19, g, 5, Golden Lad—Saint Dinorah, by St Averil. O-Corrales Racing, LLC, B-Carol Ann Kaye.

3rd: Artful Splatter

$75,000 CONNIVER S, Laurel Park, 3/19, m, 6, Bandbox—Barouchka, by Not For Love. O-James Wolf, B-Ann Biggs Jackson.

1st: CORDMAKER

$250,000 GENERAL GEORGE S-G3, Laurel Park, 2/19, g, 7, Curlin—Tanca, by Polish Numbers. O-Hillwood Stable LLC, B-Robert T. Manfuso and Katharine M. Voss.

1st: GALERIO

$100,000 JOHN B. CAMPBELL S, Laurel Park, 2/19, g, 6, Jump Start—Congaree Princess, by Congaree. O-Bird Mobberley LLC and Grady Griffin, B-Daniel Marconi.

1st: KISS THE GIRL

$100,000 NELLIE MORSE, Laurel Park, 2/19, m, 5, Into Mischief—Spin the Bottle, by Hard Spun. O-Three Diamonds Farm, B-Classic Thoroughbred XII.

1st: LOCAL MOTIVE

$100,000 MIRACLE WOOD S, Laurel Park, 2/19, g, 3, Divining Rod—Wild for Love, by Not For Love. O-Bird Mobberley LLC, B-Wasabi Ventures Stables LLC, Greenspring Mares LLC and Bowman and Higgins Stable.

1st: LUNA BELLE

$100,000 WIDE COUNTRY S, Laurel Park, 2/19, f, 3, Great Notion—Heavenly Moon, by Mojave Moon. O-Deborah S. Greene and Hamilton A. Smith, B-Fred A. Greene, Jr., Deborah Greene and Hamilton Smith.

2nd: Artful Splatter

$100,000 NELLIE MORSE S, Laurel Park, 2/19, m, 6, Bandbox—Barouchka, by Not For Love. O-James Wolf, B-Ann Biggs Jackson.

2nd: She Is Wisky

$100,000 WIDE COUNTRY S, Laurel Park, 2/19, f, 3, Lea—Lady Arielle’s Key, by Indygo Shiner. O/b-Barak Farm.

3rd: Fille d’Esprit

$250,000 BARBARA FRITCHIE S-G3, Laurel Park, 2/19, m, 6, Great Notion—Sweet Valor, by No Armistice. O-C J I Phoenix Group and No Guts No Glory Farm, B-Sweet Spirits Stables, LLC.

2nd: Kennebec

$60,000 TURF PARADISE TURF S, Turf Paradise, 2/11, c, 4, Lookin At Lucky—Thisdanseistaken, by Gators N Bears. O-Sergio Salguero, B-The Elkstone Group LLC.

1st: LUNA BELLE

$100,000 XTRA HEAT S, Laurel Park, 1/29, f, 3, Great Notion—Heavenly Moon, by Mojave Moon. O-Deborah S. Greene and Hamilton A. Smith, B-Fred A. Greene Jr., Deborah Green and Hamilton Smith.

1st: CORDMAKER

$75,000 JENNINGS S, Laurel Park, 1/29, g, 7, Curlin—Tanca, by Polish Numbers. O-Hillwood Stable LLC, B-Robert T. Manfuso and Katharine M. Voss.

1st: KISS THE GIRL

$75,000 GEISHA S, Laurel Park, 1/29, m, 5, Into Mischief—Spin the Bottle, by Hard Spun. O-Three Diamonds Farm, B-Classic Thoroughbred XII.

2nd: Knicks Go

$3,000,000 PEGASUS WORLD CUP INVITATIONAL-G1, Gulfstream Park, 1/29, h, 6, Paynter—Kosmo’s Buddy, by Outflanker. O-Korea Racing Authority, B-Angie Moore.

2nd: Buff My Boots

$100,000 XTRA HEAT S, Laurel Park, 1/29, f, 3, Buffum—Shekeepsherbootson, by Not For Love. O-Bird Mobberley LLC, B-Hope Hill Farm.

2nd: Youngest of Five

$100,000 WHAT A SUMMER S, Laurel Park, 1/29, g, 6, Super Saver—Roadtohanna, by Not For Love. O-Larry Rabold, B-Sagamore Farm.

2nd: Artful Splatter

$75,000 GEISHA S, Laurel Park, 1/29, m, 6, Bandbox—Barouchka, by Not For Love. O-James Wolf, B-Ann Biggs Jackson.

2nd: Hanalei’s Houdini

$75,000 JENNINGS S, Laurel Park, 1/29, g, 6, Jersey Town—Hanalei Bay, by Exploit. O-Paradise Farms Corp. and David Staudacher, B-Mr. and Mrs. A. Leonard Pineau.

3rd: Princess Kokachin

$100,000 WHAT A SUMMER S, Laurel Park, 1/29, f, 4, Graydar—Serenity Hill, by Speightstown. O-Eric Rizer, B-Nancy M. Rizer and Eric A. Rizer.

3rd: Coconut Cake

$75,000 GEISHA S, Laurel Park, 1/29, m, 5, Bandbox—English Muffin, by English Channel. O-N R S Stable, James Chambers and Timothy L. Keefe, B-Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGinnes.

3rd: Galerio

$75,000 JENNINGS S, Laurel Park, 1/29, g, 6, Jump Start—Congaree Princess, by Congaree. O-Bird Mobberley LLC and Grady Griffin, B-Daniel Marconi.

3rd: Kiss the Girl

$100,000 LADIES S, Aqueduct, 1/16, m, 5, Into Mischief—Spin the Bottle, by Hard Spun. O-Three Diamonds Farm, B-Classic Thoroughbred XII.

3rd: Jaxon Traveler

$100,000 GRAVESEND S, Aqueduct, 12/19, c, 3, Munnings—Listen Boy, by After Market. O-West Point Thoroughbreds and Marvin Delfiner, B-Dr. and Mrs. A. Leonard Pineau. 

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Korea Racing Authority’s Knicks Go faced his toughest challenge to date heading into the $6,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Classic-G1, as he prepared to stretch out for the first time at the mile and a quarter distance while taking on seven of the country’s best distance horses. But the mounting pressure of the test ahead never seemed to phase the Brad Cox trainee as the speedy gray led gate-to-wire to clinch victory by two and three-quarter lengths over Kentucky Derby-G1 winner Medina Spirit on Saturday, Nov. 6 at Del Mar. In doing so, he became the third Maryland-bred in history to win the Breeders’ Cup Classic, joining back-to-back winners Concern and Cigar in 1994 and 1995.

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Aloha West rallies for thrilling Breeders’ Cup Sprint-G1 victory

Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners’ late-running Aloha West delivered an epic performance in getting his first stakes win in the $2,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Sprint-G1 at Del Mar on Saturday, Nov. 6. The 4-year-old son of Hard Spun surged down the stretch and caught Dr. Schivel at the wire to prevail by the slimmest of noses on the world’s biggest stage.

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Maryland-breds make history at 2021 Breeders’ Cup World Championships

Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners’ Aloha West and Korea Racing Authority’s Knicks Go, the only two Maryland-bred contenders at this year’s Breeders’ Cup World Championships, held at Del Mar Racetrack in Del Mar, Calif., made history Saturday, Nov. 6, as they each won their races to mark the first time two Maryland-breds won on the same Breeders’ Cup card.

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