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Limited View once again demonstrated erratic behavior before and during the $100,000 Maryland Million Lassie, but the daughter of Freedom Child somehow overcame a horrendous start to prevail in the 6-furlong sprint for juvenile fillies at Laurel Park Oct. 21.

limited View winning 2017 Maryland Million LassieBred by Barbara G. Smith out of the Not For Love mare Loves to Glance, Limited View is the first stakes winner for her freshman sire, who stands at Country Life Farm in Bel Air. She was purchased for $5,200 at the 2016 Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearling sale by her trainer John Salzman Jr., who co-owns her with Fred Wasserloos and George Greenwalt.

Read more about the running of the Maryland Million Lassie here 

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May 15 2018 segment on WJZ TV

In case you missed it, here is WJZ's coverage of the recently released AHC Economic Impact study for Maryland.

Horse industry boosts Md. year round, not just at Preakness Time

For more than 250 years, horses have played a vital role in Maryland’s culture, spirit and history, going back to 1743, when the Maryland Jockey Club — the oldest sporting organization in North America — was chartered.

Read executive director Cricket Goodall's Op-Ed in The Baltimore Sun here

Maryland Horse Industry Adds $1.3 billion to Maryland’s Economy

Home to more than 100,000 horses, Maryland ranks No. 1 in terms of horses per square mile

Baltimore, Md. (May 14, 2018) – The 2018 Economic Impact Study produced by the American Horse Council confirms that Maryland’s horse industry adds more than $1.3 billion to Maryland’s economy. The report found that the horse industry total employment impact is more than 21,000 jobs, including a more than $500 million impact from the horse racing sector alone.

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