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2023 Stakes Horses


$60,000 CITY OF PHOENIX S, Turf Paradise, 1/23, m, 5, Uncle LinoPerverse, by Distorted Humor. O- Jeff Jacobs. B- Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowman, Dr. Brooke Bowman & Rebecca Davis. 

2nd: Coffeewithchris

$100,000 SPECTACULAR BID S, Laurel Park, 1/21, g, 3, Ride On CurlinAndiemac, by Outflanker. O- John E. Salzman Jr., Fred Wasserloos & Anthony Geruso. B- Thomas J. Rooney.


$100,000 WHAT A SUMMER S, Laurel Park, 1/21, m, 7, Great NotionSweet Valor, by No Armistice. O- C J I Phoenix Group & No Guts No Glory Farm, B- Sweet Spirits Stables, LLC


$75,000 GEISHA S, Laurel Park, 1/21, m, 6, Macho UnoTouring Hong Kong, by Cherokee's Boy. O- No Guts No Glory Farm and Erica Upton, B- Dr. Alexandro Rubim Dias.

2nd: Bourbon Wildcat

$75,000 GEISHA S, Laurel Park, 1/21, m, 6, Bourbon CourageSouthern Squall, by Indian Ocean. O- Pepe Stable and J L M Jacona Stable, B- Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Bowman & Shawn M. Howser.

3rd: Malibu Beauty

$75,000 GEISHA S, Laurel Park, 1/21, m, 5, BuffumSlow and Steady, by Malibu Moon. O/B- Z W P Stable Inc. and Non Stop Stable.


$75,000 JENNINGS S, Laurel Park, 1/21, g, 6, Uncle Mo—Lady of Gold, by Medaglia d'Oro. O- Built Wright Stables, LLC, B- The Elkstone Group LLC.

2nd: Galerio

$75,000 JENNINGS S, Laurel Park, 1/21, g, 7, Jump Start—Congaree Princess, by Congaree. O- Built Wright Stables LLC, B- Daniel Marconi.

3rd: Ournationonparade

$75,000 JENNINGS S, Laurel Park, 1/21, g, 6, Cal Nation—Parade of Colors, by Leading the Parade. O- Morris E. Kernan Jr., Yo Berbs & Jagger Inc., B- John E. Williamson III.

2nd: Chickieness

$100,000 XTRA HEAT S, Laurel Park, 1/21, f, 2, BlofeldChickaletta, by Harlan's Holiday. O- Morris Kernan Jr. and Jagger Inc., B- Jagger Inc.

Latest News

La Castiglione goes all the way in City of Phoenix

La Castiglione made her 5-year-old debut a winning one on Jan. 23, when she strolled home in the City of Phoenix Stakes at Turf Paradise for her fourth stakes win in her last six starts.
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Fille d'Esprit rebounds with dominant What a Summer win

Fille d’Esprit blossomed in 2022, winning five stakes and placing in five more while racing exclusively in stakes company. She started her 2023 campaign on a promising note, winning the What a Summer Stakes at Laurel Park on Jan. 21 by five and a quarter lengths.
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Award Wanted takes Geisha

Award Wanted picked up her first stakes win on Saturday, Jan. 21 at Laurel Park, winning the Geisha with a rail-skimming rally.

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Plot the Dots upsets Jennings for first stakes win

Plot the Dots put his name in the record books and achieved a personal milestone in the process on Saturday, Jan. 21, when he won the Jennings Stakes, for Maryland-bred or Maryland-sired horses, at Laurel Park. In winning his first stakes, he became the first Maryland-bred stakes winner of 2023. 

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First foal for Maryland Million champion Anna's Bandit

The 2023 Maryland foaling season started off on a strong note, as the first foal reported to the Maryland Horse Breeders Association is that of 2019 Maryland Million Distaff winner Anna's Bandit, who delivered a colt by Tapit on Jan. 10.

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Maryland-breds at 2023 Keeneland January Sale

A gray or roan yearling filly bred by Barak Farm and Dinos Thoroughbreds LLC topped the Maryland-bred offerings at the Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale held Jan. 9-12 in Lexington, Ky.
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First foal arrives for Northview stallion Galawi (Ire)

(Northview release- January 13, 2023)

The first reported foal for Galawi (Ire) was born on Jan. 10 at Northview Stallion Station, reports Northview Stallion Station, where the phenomenally-bred stallion stands.
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Malibu Beauty goes gate-to-wire in Carousel

The Carousel Stakes at Laurel Park on Dec. 30 proved to be an appropriately-named race, as Malibu Beauty led them in a merry-go-round around the track to win her third stakes race of the year.
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Malibu Moonshine scores in Gin Talking

Malibu Moonshine capped off an undefeated season and cemented her status as the top Maryland-bred 2-year-old filly of 2022 on Friday, Dec. 30, when she won the Gin Talking Stakes at Laurel Park.
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Coffeewithchris gets first stakes win in Heft

Coffeewithchris started the stakes action on the rescheduled Christmastide program at Laurel Park on Friday, Dec. 30 with a 16-1 upset win in the Heft Stakes for 2-year-olds.
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Miss J McKay wins second consecutive Abundantia Stakes

Miss J McKay made her final start of 2022 a winning one on Saturday, Dec. 24, taking the Abundantia Stakes at Gulfstream Park for the second consecutive year.
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Juvenile Heldish tops Maryland-bred offerings at December sale

Multiple stakes-placed 2-year-old Heldish headlined the Maryland-bred contingent at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic December Mixed and Horses of Racing Age Sale, held at Timonium on Tuesday, Dec. 6.
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Post Time impressive in Maryland Juvenile

Post Time solidified his chances for a championship title at Laurel Park on Saturday, Dec. 3, by winning the Maryland Juvenile Stakes by three and three-quarters lengths for his third victory in as many career starts.
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Malibu Moonshine prevails in Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship

In a performance similar to her only other start, Malibu Moonshine came from behind to win the Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship for Maryland-bred and/or sired fillies at Laurel Park on Saturday, Dec. 3.
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La Castiglione takes Glendale

A return to turf proved no problem for La Castiglione, as she won the Glendale Stakes by a length at Turf Paradise on Nov. 26 for her third stakes win of the year.
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Fille d'Esprit continues brilliant campaign with Politely victory

Fille d’Esprit earned her fifth stakes victory of the year on Friday, Nov. 25, when she won the Politely Stakes at Laurel Park by five and three-quarter lengths. 
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Alwaysinahurry takes Howard and Sondra Bender Memorial

Alwaysinahurry broke through for the first stakes win of his 4-year-old season on Friday, Nov. 25, when he won the Howard and Sondra Bender Memorial Stakes for Maryland-bred/Maryland-sired sprinters at Laurel Park.
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Bourbon Bon Bay stays undefeated with Cornucopia win

Bourbon Bon Bay won her fourth race in as many starts and earned her first stakes victory on Wednesday, Nov. 23 in Parx’s Cornucopia Stakes.
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Ragged Rose tops Maryland-breds at Keeneland November

On a bid of $750,000 by China Horse Club Inc., Ragged Rose topped the 24 Maryland-breds sold at the 2022 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, which took place in Lexington, Ky., from Nov. 7 through Nov. 16. 
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Freshman sire Long River gets first winner

Anchor & Hope Farm stallion Long River got his first winner in his first crop on Nov. 12 at Laurel Park, when 2-year-old filly Ride the Rapids broke her maiden by a nose in her third career start.
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2022 Jim McKay Maryland Million Overview

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Seven-figure Maryland-breds sell at Fasig-Tipton Kentucky

A pair of seven-figure mares headlined the Maryland-bred contingent at the star-studded Fasig-Tipton November Sale on Sunday, Nov. 6 in Lexington, Ky.
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Aloha West draws post five in Breeders' Cup Sprint-G1 title defense

Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners’ Aloha West drew post position five in this year’s $2 million Breeders’ Cup Sprint-G1, as he seeks to win the nation’s most important sprint race for the second consecutive year.
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Double Crown wins Kelso-G2 in 42-1 upset

Double Crown surprised the racing world on Saturday, Oct. 29, paying $86.50 in recording his first graded stakes win in the Kelso Handicap-G2 at the “Belmont at the Big A” meet at Aqueduct.
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The Jockey Club releases 2022 Report of Mares Bred Statistics

The Jockey Club released their Report of Mares Bred (RMB) statistics for the 2022 breeding season. Maryland ranked sixth among states and provinces, with 748 mares bred by 26 stallions.
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Ournationonparade marches to Maryland Million Classic win

A $50,000 claim by Happy Got Lucky Stable Inc. and Jamie Ness in September at Churchill Downs proved to be a wise investment, as Ournationonparade handily won the $150,000 Maryland Million Classic in his first start for his new connections by five and three-quarter lengths on Oct. 22 at Laurel.
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Sky's Not Falling upsets Maryland Million Turf Sprint

Larry Johnson and R.D.M. Racing Stable’s Sky’s Not Falling made up for lost time on Oct. 22 at Laurel Park, taking the $100,000 Maryland Million Turf Sprint in just his second start of the year.
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Fille d'Esprit shows her class in Maryland Million Distaff

When C J I Phoenix Group and Jerry Robb claimed Fille d’Esprit for $10,000 at Laurel Park on Aug. 22, 2020, no one thought much of it. That claim has paid massive dividends since then, culminating in an emphatic victory in the $100,000 Maryland Million Distaff at Laurel on Oct. 22.
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Wicked Prankster showcases speed in Maryland Million Turf victory

A six-day turnaround didn’t bother Wicked Prankster, who took advantage of a favorable pace scenario to win the $125,000 Maryland Million Turf at Laurel Park on Oct. 22.
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Coconut Cake takes Maryland Million Ladies in a thriller

It took just about the entire length of the stretch to decide it, but Coconut Cake got up to win the $125,000 Maryland Million Ladies on Saturday, Oct. 22 at Laurel Park.
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Johnyz From Albany much the best in Maryland Million Nursery

After two defeats in a row, Johnyz From Albany got back to his winning ways on Oct. 22 at Laurel Park, when he won the $100,000 Maryland Million Nursery by five lengths.
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Chickieness caps big day for Blofeld in Maryland Million Lassie

Murmur Farm stallion Blofeld completed a sweep of the 2-year-old races on Maryland Million Day, when Chickieness surged in the stretch and won the $100,000 Lassie by one and a half lengths at Laurel Park on Oct. 22.
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The Wolfman Takes Maryland Million Starter Handicap

Joanne Shankle’s The Wolfman continued an impressive year on Oct. 22 at Laurel Park when he won the $40,000 Maryland Million Starter Handicap for his fifth win of the season and third victory in a row.
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Pounding Music plays winning tune in Maryland Million Turf Distaff Starter Handicap

Pounding Music capped off the 37th edition of the Jim McKay Maryland Million on Oct. 22 at Laurel Park with a rail-skimming victory in the $50,000 Turf Distaff Starter Handicap. 
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Beltway Bob wins Maryland Million Turf Starter Handicap for second time

The 37th Jim McKay Maryland Million started with a familiar face in the winner’s circle, as Greg Wilson’s Beltway Bob, a Maryland-bred son of Baltimore Bob, won the Maryland Million Turf Starter Handicap for the second time on Oct. 22 at Laurel Park.

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Mavilus marvelous in Maryland Million Distaff Starter Handicap

Mavilus came from the clouds to win the $40,000 Maryland Million Distaff Starter Handicap by three and a half lengths at Laurel Park on Oct 22. 
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Sip & Win Live Auction Program Now Available

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37th Jim McKay Maryland Million Entries Now Available!

The entries for the 37th Jim McKay Maryland Million, which will take place at Laurel Park on Saturday, Oct. 22, are now available!

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The Jockey Club releases 2021 Breeding Statistics

The Jockey Club released their 2021 Breeding Statistics on Wednesday, Oct. 12. Maryland ranked sixth among the top-10 states and provinces, with 481 live foals by Maryland sires reported through Oct. 6.

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Maryland-breds set for 2022 RRP Thoroughbred Makeover

The world’s largest competition for recently retired racehorses will take place this weekend in Lexington, Ky, when the Kentucky Horse Park plays host to the Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium. The event is presented by the Thoroughbred Charities of America.

Among the hundreds of entries at this year’s event are nine Maryland-breds. They’ll compete in a variety of disciplines from October 12-15.

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Uncle Mo filly tops Maryland-breds at 2022 Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearling Sale

A $320,000 Maryland-bred Uncle Mo filly was the sales-topper at the 2022 Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearling Sale, which was conducted at the sales pavilion in Timonium, Md.

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Malibu Beauty goes gate-to-wire in George Rosenberger Memorial

Malibu Beauty picked up her third career stakes win on Saturday, Oct. 1, taking the George Rosenberger Memorial Stakes by eight lengths and giving jockey Mychel Sanchez a major career milestone.

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Whereshetoldmetogo wins New Castle in stretch duel

Whereshetoldmetogo took another big step on the road to millionaire status on Sept. 30 at Delaware Park when winning the New Castle Stakes for the second straight year.

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First stakes winner for Hoppertunity

Midnight Parade became the first stakes winner for Northview Stallion Station’s freshman sire Hoppertunity when she topped a Hoppertunity exacta in the $200,000 Imply Stakes at Parx Racing on Sept. 24.

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Into Mischief colt tops Maryland-breds at Keeneland September Yearling Sale

An Into Mischief colt out of Hollywood Royal named New King commanded $700,000 at the Keeneland September Yearling sale in Lexington, Ky., headlining the Maryland-bred contingent at this year’s sale.

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Can the Queen repeats in Sensible Lady Turf Dash

Can the Queen continued her dominance on the Pimlico grass course on Saturday, Sept. 24, when she won the Sensible Lady Turf Dash Stakes by one and three-quarter lengths, for her third stakes victory at Pimlico.

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Blind Spot wins Our Dear Peggy in stakes debut

Going into the Our Dear Peggy Stakes at Gulfstream Park on Saturday, Sept. 17, expectations were high for the 2-year-old filly Blind Spot. She lived up to those expectations with a three-quarter-length victory.

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Spun Glass wins Camptown with strong late move

Spun Glass made it back-to-back stakes wins on Wednesday, Sept. 7, when she rallied late to win the Camptown Stakes at Colonial Downs by three-quarters of a length.

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Maryland-bred champion Include dies at age 25

Maryland-bred Horse of the Year Include was euthanized due to a worsening heart condition on July 18 at Airdrie Stud in Midway, Ky., at age 25. His death was reported on Sept. 5 by Bret Jones, vice president of Airdrie Stud.

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Bandits Heart wins Dover in front-running fashion

Anna’s Bandit is a very familiar name to Mid-Atlantic racing fans. In her 39-race career, she won 11 stakes races, including five in a row to conclude her 2019 season, and earned $806,655.

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