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Throughout the week of Feb. 22, the Maryland Horse Breeders Association will announce the 2020 Maryland-bred Champions and Industry Award winners via social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram). Once they're announced, they'll be listed below.


Maryland-bred champion 2-year-old male: 

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Jaxon Traveler
Dark bay/brown colt, 2018, by Munnings—Listen Boy, by After Market.
Bred by Dr. and Mrs. A. Leonard Pineau.
Owned by West Point Thoroughbreds and Marvin Delfiner.
Trained by Steven M. Asmussen


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Maryland-bred champion 2-year-old filly:

Street Lute

Street Lute

Chestnut filly, 2018, Street Magician—Alottalute, by Midnight Lute.

Bred by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowman and Dr. Brooke Bowman.

Owned by Lucky 7 Stables.

Trained by John J. Robb.


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Maryland-bred Champion 3-Year-Old Male:

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Field Pass
Gray/roan colt, 2017, Lemon Drop Kid--Only Me, by Runaway Groom.
Bred by Mark Brown Grier.
Owned by Three Diamonds Farm.
Trained by Michael J. Maker.


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Maryland-bred Champion 3-Year-Old Filly:

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Sharing
Chestnut filly, 2017, Speightstown--Shared Account, by Pleasantly Perfect.
Bred by Sagamore Farm.
Owned by Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners and Gainesway Stable [Antony Beck].
Trained by H. Graham Motion.

  • $100,000 Tepin Stakes - Churchill Downs - May 23, 2020 Read story
  • $300,000 Edgewood Stakes-G2 - Churchill Downs - Sept. 4, 2020 Read story
  • 2nd Coronation Stakes-G1 - Ascot - June 20, 2020
  • 3rd American Oaks-G1 - Santa Anita - Dec. 26, 2020 

 
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Maryland-bred Champion Older Male:

KNICKS GO

Knicks Go
Gray/roan horse, 2016, Paynter--Kosmo's Buddy, by Outflanker.
Bred by Angie Moore.
Owned by Korea Racing Authority.
Trained by Brad H. Cox.


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Maryland-bred Champion Older Female:

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Never Enough Time
Dark bay/brown mare, 2016, Munnings-What Time It Is, by Partner’s Hero
Bred/owned by R. Larry Johnson.
Trained by Michael J. Trombetta.

  • $100,000 Alma North Stakes - Laurel Park - Sept. 5, 2020
  • $100,000 Skipat Stakes - Pimlico - Oct. 3, 2020
  • 2nd Primonetta Stakes - Laurel Park - Nov. 28, 2020
  • 3rd Pumpkin Pie Stakes - Belmont Park - Nov. 1, 2020


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Maryland-bred Champion Sprinter:

 Laki Sprinter  

Laki
Chestnut gelding, 2013, Cuba--Truthful Dutch, by Swear by Dixie.
Bred by Tom Michaels and Lorna Baker.
Owned by Hillside Equestrian Meadows.
Trained by Damon R. Dilodovico.


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Maryland-bred Champion Turf Runner:

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Chestnut filly, 2017, Speightstown--Shared Account, by Pleasantly Perfect.
Bred by Sagamore Farm.
Owned by Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners and Gainesway Stable [Antony Beck].
Trained by H. Graham Motion.

 
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Maryland-bred Horse of the Year:

KNICKS GO

Knicks Go
Gray/roan horse, 2016, Paynter--Kosmo's Buddy, by Outflanker.
Bred by Angie Moore.
Owned by Korea Racing Authority.
Trained by Brad H. Cox.

View the full video announcement here


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MHBA Stallion of the Year: Great Notion
MHBA Broodmare of the Year: Love's Reason
MHBA Breeder of the Year: Angie Moore

Maryland Owner of the Year: Robert Bone
Maryland Trainer of the Year: Claudio Gonzalez
Maryland Jockey of the Year: Trevor McCarthy

MTHA Unsung Hero Award: Victor Carrasco
Pimlico Backstretch Employee of the Year: Edgar Gallegos
Laurel Backstretch Employee of the Year: Antonio Lopez Salazar

 

 

 

 

 

 

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