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2022 Stakes Horses

1st: SIMPLY SUPER

$150,000 HICKORY TREE S, Colonial Downs, 8/9, c, 2, Super SaverSo You Know, by Jump Start. O- Maxis Stable. B- Emcee Stable, LLC. 

2nd: Heldish

$150,000 HICKORY TREE S, Colonial Downs, 8/9, c, 2, Great NotionEverything Magic, by Street Sense. O- ItsTheJHo, LLC. B- R. Larry Johnson. 

1st: VANCE SCHOLARS

$100,000 BALD EAGLE DERBY, Laurel Park, 8/6, g, 3, Holy BossPassionate Dancer, by Cat Thief. O- Steven T. Newby. B- Anchor & Hope Farm Inc. 

2nd: Plot the Dots

$100,000 DEPUTED TESTAMONY S, Laurel Park, 7/30, g, 5, Uncle MoLady of Gold, by Medaglia d'Oro. O- Danny J. Chen, B- The Elkstone Group LLC.

1ST: JUSTWAVEANDSMILE

$75,000 BEN'S CAT S, Laurel Park, 7/30, g, 5, Secret CircleAnofficerandalady, by Officer. O- Steven T. Newby, B- Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGinnes & Colleen Torsney.

2nd: Grateful Bred

$75,000 BEN'S CAT S, Laurel Park, 7/30, g, 6, Great NotionMalibu Moment, by Malibu Moon. O/B- Gordon C. Keys.

3rd: Jaxon Traveler

$75,000 BEN'S CAT S, Laurel Park, 7/30, c, 4, MunningsListen Boy, by After Market. O- West Point Thoroughbreds and Marvin Delfiner, B- Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Pineau.

1ST: ALOTTAHOPE

$75,000 STAR DE NASKRA S, Laurel Park, 7/30, g, 3, EditorialAlottalute, by Midnight Lute. O- No Guts No Glory Farm, B- Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowman & Dr. Brooke Bowman.

3rd: Al Loves Josie

$75,000 STAR DE NASKRA S, Laurel Park, 7/30, g, 3, Holy BossPick Your Pleasure, by Lemon Drop Kid. O- C J I Phoenix Group and No Guts No Glory Farm, B- Anchor & Hope Farm Inc.

1ST: SPUN GLASS

$75,000 JAMEELA S, Laurel Park, 7/30, m, 5, Hard Spun—Allwewantforxmas, by Songandaprayer. O/B- R. Larry Johnson.

2nd: Ellanation

$75,000 JAMEELA S, Laurel Park, 7/30, m, 6, AlternationMemories of Mystic, by Dixie Union. O/B- Dark Hollow Farm. 

3rd: Island Philo

$75,000 JAMEELA S, Laurel Park, 7/30, f, 4, Barbados—Intriguing Story, by Not For Love. O/B- Mary Slade.

1ST: DIVINE HUNTRESS

$75,000 MISS DISCO S, Laurel Park, 7/30, f, 3, Divining RodThrill Seeker, by Housebuster. O- Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners and Long Valley Stables, LLC. B- Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowman, Ricky L. Buckley & Joshua Dreiband.

2nd: Sweet Gracie

$75,000 MISS DISCO S, Laurel Park, 7/30, f, 3, Bandbox-Dulcify, by Candy Ride (ARG). O- Warwick Stable, B- Sycamore Hall Thoroughbreds, LLC.

3rd: Petition Prayer

$75,000 MISS DISCO S, Laurel Park, 7/30, f, 3, Divining RodWritten Request, by Arch. O- Mens Grille Racing, B- Gainesway Thoroughbred Ltd.

2nd: Xmas Surprise

$100,000 DAISYCUTTER H, Del Mar, 7/29, f, 4, More Than Ready—Allwewantforxmas, by Songandaprayer. O- Marsha Naify, B- R. Larry Johnson

3rd: Matta

$150,000 VAN CLIEF S, Colonial Downs, 7/18, g, 6, Take Charge Indy—Pissarro by Empire Maker. O- R. Larry Johnson, R.D.M. Racing Stable, and Michael J. Trombetta, B- Fitzhugh, LLC.

2nd: Grateful Bred

$150,000 VAN CLIEF S, Colonial Downs, 7/18, g, 6, Great Notion—Malibu Moment, by Malibu Moon. O/B-Gordon C. Keys.

1st: LA CASTIGLIONE

$25,000 QUEEN'S S, Arizona Downs, 7/16, f. 4, Uncle Lino-Perverse, by Distorted Humor. O- Jeff Jacobs, B- Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowman, Dr. Brooke Bowman & Rebecca Davis

1st: FIELD PASS

$300,000 TEXAS TURF CLASSIC S, Lone Star Park, 7/16, h. 5, Lemon Drop Kid-Only Me, by Runaway Groom. O-Three Diamonds Farm, B- Mark Brown Grier.

1st: TAPPIN CAT

$50,000 SUSSEX S, Delaware Park, 7/7, g. 6, Tritap-Elusory, by Broken Vow. O- Non Stop Stable, B- Paul L. Fowler Jr. 

1st: MALIBU BEAUTY

$50,000 PEACH BLOSSOM S, Delaware Park, 7/6, f, 4, Buffum-Slow and Steady, by Malibu Beauty. O/B- Z W P Stable Inc. and Non Stop Stable.

2nd: Quiet Imagination

$50,000 PEACH BLOSSOM S, Delaware Park, 7/6, f, 3, Imagining-Perfectly Quiet, by Quiet American. O/B- Harry Kassap LLC.

3rd: Murph

$50,000 PEACH BLOSSOM S, Delaware Park, 7/6, f, 3, Malibu Moon-Fire of Freedom, by Street Cry (IRE). O- Cash is King LLC and LC Racing LLC, B: Candyland Farm

1st: ALOHA WEST

$160,000 KELLY'S LANDING OVERNIGHT S, Churchill Downs, 7/2, h, 5, Hard Spun-Island Bound, by Speightstown. O- Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners, B- Robert T. Manfuso and Katharine M. Voss.

1st: EDIE MEENY MINY MO

$100,000 REGRET S, Monmouth Park, 7/2, f, 4, Upstart-Plum, by Pure Prize. O- Holly Hill Stables, LLC, B- Dark Hollow Farm

1st: WHERESHETOLDMETOGO

$100,000 ALAPOCAS RUN S, Delaware Park, 7/2, 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

1st: MAMA G’S WISH

$50,000 LEWES S, Delaware Park, 6/22, f, 3, Outflanker—Gracie’s Hero, by Great Notion. O/B-No Guts No Glory Farm.

1st: HALFINTHEWRAPPER

$27,677 LA VERENDRYE S, Assiniboia Downs, 6/22, m, 5, Great Notion—Bear Slayer, by Two Punch. O-Lets Dance Stable, B-Dr. Morgan Dove and Karin Wurttemberger.

2nd: Crabs N Beer

$50,000 STANTON S, Delaware Park, 6/29, g, 3, Blofeld—Get’m Up Pronto, by Kitalpha. O-Charles Blanford, B-Kyle M. Horlacher.

3rd: Bandits Warrior

$50,000 LEWES S, Delaware Park, 6/22, f, 3, Mosler—Onearmedbandit, by No Armistice. O/B-No Guts No Glory Farm.

1st: FILLE D’ESPRIT

$100,000 SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY S, Penn National, 6/17, 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: NICK PAPAGIORGIO

$75,000 FIND S, Laurel Park, 6/19, g, 6, Outflanker—Lady Lear, by Lear Fan. O-Louis Bisso, Jr., B-Cynthia Pence and Philip Spingler.

1st: WHY NOT TONIGHT

$75,000 ALL BRANDY S, Laurel Park, 6/19, f, 4, Tapiture—Pay the Lady, by Not For Love. O-Wasabi Ventures Stables LLC, B-Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGinnes.

2nd: Can the Queen

$75,000 ALL BRANDY S, Laurel Park, 6/19, m, 6, Can the Man—Queenterra, by Empire Maker. O-Joanne Shankle, B-Carol Ann Kaye.

2nd: Somekindofmagician

$75,000 FIND S, Laurel Park, 6/19, g, 8, Street Magician—Love Is Kind, by Not For Love. O-Bell Gable Stable LLC, B-Earl Barnhart.

3rd: B Determined

$75,000 FIND S, Laurel Park, 6/19, g, 5, Artie Schiller—Smart Policy, by Smart Strike. O-Mint Meadows Farm, LLC, and Donald Metzger, B-Timothy J. Rooney.

3rd: Coconut Cake

$75,000 ALL BRANDY S, Laurel Park, 6/19, 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.

2nd: Divine Huntress

$500,000 ACORN S-G1, Belmont Park, 6/11, f, 3, Divining Rod—Thrill Seeker, by Housebuster. O-Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners and Long Valley Stables, LLC, B-Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowman, Ricky L. Buckley and Joshua Dreiband.

1st: HALFINTHEWRAPPER

$20,000 RUBY’S BIG BAND S, Assiniboia Downs, 6/1, m, Great Notion—Bear Slayer, by Two Punch. O-Lets Dance Stable, B-Dr. Morgan Dove and Karin Wurttemberger.

3rd: Field Pass

$300,000 ARLINGTON S, Churchill Downs, 6/4, h, Lemon Drop Kid—Only Me, by Runaway Groom. O-Three Diamonds Farm, B-Mark Brown Grier.

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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Mama G’s Wish makes it happen in Lewes Stakes

No Guts No Glory Farm’s homebred Mama G’s Wish ran her heart out in the final strides of the $50,000 Lewes Stakes, for 3-year-old fillies at Delaware Park on Wednesday, June 22, to secure her first stakes win.

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Halfinthewrapper a back-to-back stakes winner in Canada

Lets Dance Stable’s Halfinthewrapper came out swinging in the La Varendrye Stakes ($35,750-guaranteed Canadian) for fillies and mares, 3 & up, leading gate-to-wire to win by three-quarters of a length Wednesday, June 22 at Assiniboia Downs in Winnipeg, Canada.

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Fille d’Esprit much the best in Susquehanna Valley Stakes

C J I Phoenix Group and No Guts No Glory Farm’s Fille d’Esprit came out swinging, pulling away easily down the stretch to win the $100,000 Susquehanna Valley Stakes, for fillies and mares, 3 & up, by two and a quarter lengths at Penn National on Friday, June 17.

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Nick Papagiorgio notches first stakes win in $75,000 Find

Louis A. Bisso Jr.’s Nick Papagiorgio was more than ready this time around, firing away down the stretch under Horacio Karamanos and outlasting a surge of late challenges to win the $75,000 Find Stakes, for Maryland-bred/sired, 3 & up, by a half-length at Laurel Park on Sunday, June 19.

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Why Not Tonight delivers in All Brandy

Wasabi Ventures Stables’ Why Not Tonight answered the question decisively in her stakes debut as she ran down leader Can the Queen to win the $75,000 All Brandy Stakes, for Maryland-bred/sired fillies and mares, 3 & up, by a half-length on Sunday, June 19 at Laurel Park.

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2022 MHBA Board of Directors election results

The Maryland Horse Breeders Association membership has selected one incumbent, one returning and three new members to the 2022 Board of Directors. Dictated by MHBA bylaws, the annually held election fills five open seats on the board. Those elected will serve for the next three years. Returning to the board are Michael Horning, current secretary-treasurer of the MHBA who was first elected in 2019, and Kent A. Murray, the MHBA secretary-treasurer from 2018 to 2020 who had served six consecutive years from 2015 to 2020 and was back on the ballot this year. Joining the board for the first time are Amy Burk, Grace Merryman and Gina Robb.

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Jonathan Thomas to judge 2022 MHBA Yearling Show

Jonathan Thomas, trainer of the versatile Grade 1 winner Catholic Boy, will judge the 88th annual Maryland Horse Breeders Association Yearling Show. Open to all yearlings eligible for Maryland-bred registration, the show will be held Sunday, July 24 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds’ Horse Show Ring in Timonium. Entries are due by June 24.

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Nyquist filly tops Maryland-bred offerings at record-breaking Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-old sale

Fasig-Tipton’s Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training sale, which saw records fall across the board, featured a strong group of Maryland-breds, with four selling for six figures over the two-day sale held Monday and Tuesday, May 23 and 24, in Timonium. A $450,000 bay filly by Nyquist, purchased by Oracle Bloodstock, agent, was the highest-selling Maryland-bred of the sale.

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Jaxon Traveler gets graded win in Maryland Sprint Stakes

West Point Thoroughbreds and Marvin Delfiner’s Jaxon Traveler came out swinging in his return to Pimlico on Preakness Day, securing his first graded stakes victory in the $150,000 Maryland Sprint Stakes-G3 on Saturday, May 21.

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Can the Queen speeds to victory in The Very One Stakes

Joanne Shankle’s Can the Queen notched one for the home team on Black-Eyed Susan Day with a front-running score in the five-furlong The Very One Stakes, for fillies and mares, 3 & up, on Friday, May 20 at Pimlico.

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Joe gives it his all to win $100,000 James W. Murphy

The Elkstone Group’s homebred Joe made every stride count in the $100,000 James W. Murphy for 3-year-olds, as he slugged it out with favorite Ready to Purrform down the stretch and won by a neck on Preakness Day at Pimlico, Saturday, May 21.

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Math Man Marco first stakes winner for Alliance

Bonita Farm stallion Alliance got his first stakes winner in his first crop when his 3-year-old son Math Man Marco won the $75,000 Coin Collector Stakes for West Virginia-breds gate-to-wire on Saturday, May 14 at Charles Town.

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Miss J McKay explodes for License Fee Stakes victory

Madaket Stables LLC, Wonder Stables, Tony Weintraub and Brandon M. Dalinka’s Miss J McKay picked up her first win of the season at Belmont Park with an impressive stretch run in the $100,000 License Fee Stakes, for fillies and mares, 4 & up, on Sunday, May 1.

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Road to Oz takes the Grand National

After a series of solid performances in the maiden and allowance ranks, Holwood Stable’s Road to Oz became a stakes winner on Saturday, April 23, taking the 119th running of the $30,000 Grand National, the second leg of the Maryland Timber Triple in Butler. 

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Cloud Computing filly tops Maryland-bred offerings at 2022 OBS Spring 2-year-old sale

Ocala Breeders’ record-breaking Spring sale, held April 19-22 in Ocala, Fla., saw eight Maryland-breds go through the ring with six selling, including three for six-figures.

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Joe wins Federico Tesio, earns spot in Preakness-G1

The Elkstone Group LLC (Stuart Grant)’s homebred Joe fought off stablemate and fellow Maryland-bred Mr Jefferson to win the $125,000 Federico Tesio, for 3-year-olds, by a head at Laurel Park on Saturday, April 16. The victory earned the Declaration of War colt a spot in this year’s running of the Preakness-G1 on Saturday, May 21 at Pimlico.

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Luna Belle rolls on, picking up fifth straight stakes victory in Weber City Miss

Deborah S. Greene and Hamilton Smith’s homebred Luna Belle has gone above and beyond in just 11 career starts, with plans to go much further after her $125,000 Weber City Miss Stakes victory, at Laurel Park on Saturday, April 16, earned her an automatic berth to the Black-Eyed Susan-G2 at Pimlico on Friday, May 20.

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Luna Belle makes it four straight stakes with Beyond the Wire victory

Deborah Greene and Hamilton Smith’s homebred Luna Belle continues to dazzle as she picked up her fourth stakes win in four months, winning the $100,000 Beyond The Wire, for 3-year-old fillies, by three and a half lengths over Candy Light at Laurel Park on Saturday, March 19.

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Fille d’Esprit secures first stakes win in Conniver

C J I Phoenix Group and No Guts No Glory Farm’s Fille d’Esprit delivered a standout performance in the $75,000 Conniver Stakes, for Maryland-bred/sired fillies and mares, 4 & up, as she swept home to win by eight lengths on Saturday, March 19 at Laurel Park.

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Whereshetoldmetogo repeats in Not For Love

Brittany Russell trainee Whereshetoldmetogo laid it all out on the track in his 7-year-old debut, fighting off Jaxon Traveler to win the $75,000 Not For Love Stakes, for Maryland-bred/sired, 4 & up, by three-quarters of a length at Laurel Park on Saturday, March 19.

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Twirling Candy colts top Maryland-bred offerings at OBS March sale

Ocala Breeders’ March Two-Year-Olds in Training sale, held March 15-16 in Ocala, Fla., saw six Maryland-breds go through the ring with five selling, including two for six-figures.

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'Knicks Go Week' on HRRN begins Tuesday, March 15

LEXINGTON, KY (March 14, 2022) – Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY, announced today they will pay tribute to 2021 Horse of the Year Knicks Go with a special ‘Knicks Go Week’ presented by the Maryland Horse Breeders Association.

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MHBA announces formation of BackStop, aftercare account for Maryland-breds

The Maryland Horse Breeders Association (MHBA) is proud to announce the formation of an aftercare account that will direct aftercare fund requests to support Maryland-bred racehorses as they are retired and transitioned to new careers. The aftercare account, called BackStop, serves the purpose of aiding or supporting an immediate need in the transition of Maryland-bred horses once their racing careers are over.

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Maryland-bred champions and industry leaders celebrated virtually during 2021 Renaissance Awards

Reisterstown, Md.—The fifth annual Renaissance Awards, a collaborative effort between the Maryland Horse Breeders Association, Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association and Maryland Jockey Club, which recognizes excellence in Thoroughbred racing and breeding in Maryland in the past year, went virtual again this year. Throughout the week of Feb. 28, awards were presented through the MHBA’s social media accounts to the top Maryland owner, trainer, jockey, breeder, broodmare and stallion, Backstretch Workers of the Year, one for Pimlico Race Course and one for Laurel Park, as well as the champion Maryland-breds of 2021.

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Maryland Thoroughbred Industry Renaissance Awards: 2021 Champions/Award Winners

Champions and industry award winners were announced Monday, Feb. 28 through Saturday, March 5, each evening at 7 p.m., via Facebook Premiere on the Maryland Horse Breeders Association’s Facebook page: Maryland Thoroughbred.

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Cordmaker secures first graded win in General George-G3

Hillwood Stable’s hard-knocking stable star Cordmaker pushed his stakes win streak to four as a strong run down the stretch propelled him to his first graded stakes victory in the $250,000 General George-G3, for 4-year-olds and up, three-quarters of a length ahead of War Tocsin at Laurel Park on Saturday, Feb. 19.

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Galerio locks down first stakes win in John B. Campbell

Bird Mobberley LLC and Grady Griffin’s Galerio, known for his perseverance on the track, especially in stakes company, finally secured his first stakes win with a thrilling run in the 68th running of the $100,000 John B. Campbell, for 4-year-olds and up on Saturday, Feb. 19 at Laurel Park.

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Kiss the Girl continues to impress with Nellie Morse Stakes victory

Three Diamonds Farm’s Kiss the Girl gave it her all in the $100,000 Nellie Morse Stakes, for fillies and mares, 4 & up, to beat out Artful Splatter down the stretch at Laurel Park on Saturday, Feb. 19.

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Local Motive rolls home in the Miracle Wood Stakes

Bird Mobberley LLC’s Local Motive, a two-time stakes winner last year, returned to the winner’s circle following a two-length score in the $100,000 Miracle Wood (for 3-year-olds) at Laurel Park on Saturday, Feb. 19.

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