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Maryland-sired foal production shows increase in 2022

The Jockey Club released their 2022 Breeding Statistics on Wednesday, Oct. 18. Maryland was one of four states ranked in the top ten states and provinces that showed an increase in foal production, with 498 live foals by Maryland stallions reported through Oct. 8.

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Intrepid Daydream does it easily in Maryland Million Distaff

Patience proved to be a virtue for owner/breeder Larry Fowler Jr. and trainer Gary Capuano on Oct. 14. Thanks to some fortuitous late scratches, their 4-year-old Maryland-bred filly Intrepid Daydream drew into the $100,000 Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation Maryland Million Distaff, and subsequently pulled away to a three-length victory.

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Future Is Now digs in for first graded win

The future is getting brighter all the time for Larry Johnson’s homebred 4-year-old filly Future Is Now. She earned her first graded stakes victory Friday, June 7 at Saratoga, taking the $200,000 Intercontinental Stakes-G2 by a head as part of the Belmont Stakes Racing Festival.

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Studlydoright rallies to upset Tremont

Studlydoright became the first stakes-winning member of the Maryland-bred class of 2022, and did it on a giant stage, coming from off the pace to win the $150,000 Tremont Stakes Thursday, June 6 as part of the Belmont Stakes Racing Festival at Saratoga.

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Post Time aims for Met Mile glory

A five-time stakes winner in his 10-race career and earner of $617,910, Post Time looks to add a Grade 1 victory to his credentials Saturday at Saratoga, when he heads postward in a stalwart edition of the Met Mile-G1 as part of the Belmont Stakes Racing Festival.

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