The Maryland-bred Thoroughbred Hall of Fame's newest inductees are Concern and Tuscalee, selected by a committee of Maryland racing industry members coordinated by the Maryland Horse Breeders Association (MHBA) and Maryland Racing Media Association (MRMA).

This is the second year of inductions to the Maryland-bred Thoroughbred Hall of Fame (MTHOF) and the newest members join a dozen luminaries chosen in 2013. The 2014 inductees had careers marked by significant milestones. Concern was the first Maryland-bred winner of the Breeders' Cup Classic-G1 and the first state-bred to earn $2 million in a single year. Tuscalee, a 2013 National Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame inductee, is the all-time leading North American steeplechaser by number of wins, and holds the record for most steeplechase wins in a single season.

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