Belair, Bowling Brook, Country Life, Fox Hill, Fuss, Glen Riddle, Grove, Prospect Hill, Sagamore, The Caves, Verdant Valley, Worthington. . . a few of these farms remain in operation today, but many woven into the fabric of the early history of the Maryland Horse Breeders Association are no more. The association published a list of 45 Maryland Thoroughbred farms for the first time in the February 1937 issue of The Maryland Horse, and over the decades the MHBA has kept tabs on the farms, acreage, stallions and breeding stock – all an important component of the state’s agricultural industry.