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Hello Beautiful continues streak in What a Summer Stakes

Hello Beautiful kicked off her 4-year-old season by collecting her third consecutive stakes win in dominating fashion as the favorite in Laurel Park’s $100,000 What a Summer Stakes, one of six stakes on the track’s Saturday, Jan. 16 Winter Carnival Program.

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Gale earns first stakes victory in Geisha

A high-priced juvenile who didn’t make her first start until 3, Gale has been progressing nicely for owners Bridlewood Farm, Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners and Robert V. LaPenta and New York-based trainer Jonathan Thomas. Finding the Laurel Park surface to her liking, the 4-year-old filly got her third win at the track, and first in a stakes, when driving home to take the $75,000 Geisha for Maryland-bred and/or -sired fillies and mares on Saturday, Jan. 16.

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Maryland-breds at Keeneland January Sale

Ballykiss, a 10-year-old daughter of Street Boss in foal to Constitution, topped the Maryland-bred offerings at the Keeneland January Horses of All Ages sale held Jan. 11-14 in Lexington, Ky.

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First starter for Barbados a winner

Shamrock Farm’s freshman sire Barbados got his first winner as the 2020 calendar came to a close when his 2-year-old daughter Insightful led at every call in a five and a half-furlong maiden race at Tampa Bay Downs on Dec. 30.

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Blind Spot wins Our Dear Peggy in stakes debut

Going into the Our Dear Peggy Stakes at Gulfstream Park on Saturday, Sept. 17, expectations were high for the 2-year-old filly Blind Spot. She lived up to those expectations with a three-quarter-length victory.

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Spun Glass wins Camptown with strong late move

Spun Glass made it back-to-back stakes wins on Wednesday, Sept. 7, when she rallied late to win the Camptown Stakes at Colonial Downs by three-quarters of a length.

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Maryland-bred champion Include dies at age 25

Maryland-bred Horse of the Year Include was euthanized due to a worsening heart condition on July 18 at Airdrie Stud in Midway, Ky., at age 25. His death was reported on Sept. 5 by Bret Jones, vice president of Airdrie Stud.

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