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Maryland-breds a highlight of record-breaking Fasig-Tipton 2-year-old sale

Fasig-Tipton’s Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training sale featured a strong group of Maryland-breds, with eight selling for six figures over the two-day sale held Monday and Tuesday, May 17 and 18, in Timonium. A $450,000 bay colt by freshman sire Gormley, purchased by Mayberry Farm, was the highest-selling Maryland-bred of the group.

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V. I. P. Ticket delivers in Confucius Say Stakes

V. I. P. Ticket, a son of longtime leading West Virginia stallion Windsor Castle, made his third start of the season his best yet as he beat out 9-year-old Mean Bean to win the $75,000 Confucius Say Stakes for registered/accredited West Virginia-breds by three-quarters of a length on Saturday, May 1 at Charles Town.

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87th annual Yearling Show set for August 1

The Maryland Horse Breeders Association’s 87th annual Yearling Show has been tentatively scheduled for Sunday, August 1 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. The show, normally held earlier in the summer, has been pushed back in order to accommodate the Maryland State Fair’s schedule, as the facility is currently serving as a mass COVID-19 testing and vaccination site.

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Mama G’s Wish makes it happen in Lewes Stakes

No Guts No Glory Farm’s homebred Mama G’s Wish ran her heart out in the final strides of the $50,000 Lewes Stakes, for 3-year-old fillies at Delaware Park on Wednesday, June 22, to secure her first stakes win.

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Halfinthewrapper a back-to-back stakes winner in Canada

Lets Dance Stable’s Halfinthewrapper came out swinging in the La Varendrye Stakes ($35,750-guaranteed Canadian) for fillies and mares, 3 & up, leading gate-to-wire to win by three-quarters of a length Wednesday, June 22 at Assiniboia Downs in Winnipeg, Canada.

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Fille d’Esprit much the best in Susquehanna Valley Stakes

C J I Phoenix Group and No Guts No Glory Farm’s Fille d’Esprit came out swinging, pulling away easily down the stretch to win the $100,000 Susquehanna Valley Stakes, for fillies and mares, 3 & up, by two and a quarter lengths at Penn National on Friday, June 17.

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