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First foal arrives for Winding Creek Farm's No Never No More

The first foal for No Never No More, the only son of Scat Daddy standing in the region, was born the morning of March 12 at Winding Creek Farm in Union Bridge for breeder Designated Hitters Racing LLC. The dark bay colt is out of the Munnings mare Sister Pat, who also has a 2-year-old bay colt by Goldencents.

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Field Pass triumphs in Jeff Ruby Steaks-G3

Three Diamonds Farm’s Field Pass proved himself worthy of his first graded victory as he captured the $200,000 Jeff Ruby Steaks-G3 on Saturday, March 14 at Turfway Park, notching the second stakes win of his career.

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First arrival for Northview Stallion Station's Irish War Cry

From press release - February 15, 2020

The first foal for classic-placed Irish War Cry was born the evening of Feb. 12 at Blackstone Farm in Pine Grove, Pa., when the Cape Cross (Ire) mare Danu (Ire) delivered a chestnut colt. “From all reports he’s a big-boned, strapping colt,” said Martin Somers of High Kings Racing, who purchased Danu as a yearling in 2015. “This is our first time breeding and we were delighted that we could breed to such a stallion like Irish War Cry.”

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Alwaysmining continues success in John B. Campbell

Runnymoore Racing’s Alwaysmining, the Maryland-bred champion 3-year-old male of 2019, is in his best form at 4 as he fought off favorite Monongahela in deep stretch to win the $100,000 John B. Campbell Stakes at Laurel Park on Saturday, Feb. 15.

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Excellence in Maryland racing and breeding recognized at 2019 Renaissance Awards

Baltimore, Md.— The third 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, was held on Tuesday evening, Feb. 11, at the Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Halethorpe. Awards were presented 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 2019.

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347 early nominations for 2020 Triple Crown series

A total of 347 3-year-olds were made eligible during the early nomination phase to compete in this year’s Triple Crown, down from 362 nominated in 2019. This year’s nominees include six Maryland-breds, five of which are Maryland-sired.

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Maryland-bred champion Majestic Reason retired

Majestic Reason, 2019 Maryland-bred champion older female and winner of the Grade 3 Barbara Fritchie Stakes last month, has been retired.

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First foal arrives for Winding Creek Farm's No Never No More

The first foal for No Never No More, the only son of Scat Daddy standing in the region, was born the morning of March 12 at Winding Creek Farm in Union Bridge for breeder Designated Hitters Racing LLC. The dark bay colt is out of the Munnings mare Sister Pat, who also has a 2-year-old bay colt by Goldencents.

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Field Pass triumphs in Jeff Ruby Steaks-G3

Three Diamonds Farm’s Field Pass proved himself worthy of his first graded victory as he captured the $200,000 Jeff Ruby Steaks-G3 on Saturday, March 14 at Turfway Park, notching the second stakes win of his career.

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