- Category: News
- Published: Wednesday, October 26 2022
The 37th Jim McKay Maryland Million started with a familiar face in the winner’s circle, as Greg Wilson’s Beltway Bob, a Maryland-bred son of Baltimore Bob, won the Maryland Million Turf Starter Handicap for the second time on Oct. 22 at Laurel Park.
The entries for the 37th Jim McKay Maryland Million, which will take place at Laurel Park on Saturday, Oct. 22, are now available!
The Jockey Club released their 2021 Breeding Statistics on Wednesday, Oct. 12. Maryland ranked sixth among the top-10 states and provinces, with 481 live foals by Maryland sires reported through Oct. 6.
The world’s largest competition for recently retired racehorses will take place this weekend in Lexington, Ky, when the Kentucky Horse Park plays host to the Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium. The event is presented by the Thoroughbred Charities of America.
Among the hundreds of entries at this year’s event are nine Maryland-breds. They’ll compete in a variety of disciplines from October 12-15.
A $320,000 Maryland-bred Uncle Mo filly was the sales-topper at the 2022 Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearling Sale, which was conducted at the sales pavilion in Timonium, Md.
Malibu Beauty picked up her third career stakes win on Saturday, Oct. 1, taking the George Rosenberger Memorial Stakes by eight lengths and giving jockey Mychel Sanchez a major career milestone.
Whereshetoldmetogo took another big step on the road to millionaire status on Sept. 30 at Delaware Park when winning the New Castle Stakes for the second straight year.
Midnight Parade became the first stakes winner for Northview Stallion Station’s freshman sire Hoppertunity when she topped a Hoppertunity exacta in the $200,000 Imply Stakes at Parx Racing on Sept. 24.