• 1 July 2015 Pensioner: My Lord
  • 2 Editorial: Triple Crown Arrives in Due Time
  • 3 Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred honored at AHP
  • 4 Top Midlantic-bred Poll: June 19
  • 5 Tough Town
  • 6 Bug River
  • July 2015 Pensioner: My Lord

    “MY LORD!” It’s an oft-heard reaction when visitors walk into Peter and Amy Fenwick’s home and see the Foxhall Farm Cup towering like a behemoth in the center of their formal dining table.
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  • Editorial: Triple Crown Arrives in Due Time

    Headed toward the track for the 13th race, Richard Migliore looked down, pointed to the tearful boys at my side and said. “They might see one in their lifetimes. But I don’t know if you and I will.”
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  • Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred honored at AHP

    Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred honored at AHP
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  • Top Midlantic-bred Poll: June 19

    The two horses atop the Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred Poll will both be in action this weekend.
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  • Tough Town

    Moreno proves magical in Grade 2 Classic at Charles Town as Shared Belief is pulled up
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  • Bug River

    On the last Friday in April, Regina Welsh took an impromptu stroll down Memory Lane. Walking the Maryland Hunt Cup course with rider Diana Gillam, Welsh was transported back to the same spot 11 years earlier–the day before she saddled Bug River to the first of two Hunt Cup wins.
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Racing News

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  • The Feet

    Hooves flash and fly on the turn at Laurel Park. Lydia A. Williams
  • Sidesaddle

    Sean McDermott hangs on to Choral Society at the Queens Cup in North Carolina. Tod Marks.
  • Triple Vision

    American Pharoah sees all while getting a bath at Churchill Downs. Six days later, he became racing's 12th Triple Crown winner and first since 1978. Mary M. Meek/Eclipse Sportswire.
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The Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, the only monthly magazine dedicated to the Thoroughbred industry in the region, serves to promote Thoroughbred breeding and racing in the eight-state Mid-Atlantic region, including Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. The magazine provides news, information, education and entertainment to Thoroughbred owners, trainers, breeders and enthusiasts throughout the region.

Published since 1991, this monthly magazine is totally devoted to Thoroughbred racing and breeding in the region.

Informative and entertaining with a fresh professional design, Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred brings owners, breeders, trainers and industry enthusiasts valuable news, information and insight concerning the vital racing and breeding-for-racing business.

For our advertisers, it offers a cost-effective, efficient way to let Thoroughbred owners, breeders and trainers in the Mid-Atlantic region know about your business or services, presenting a totally unique and exciting marketing opportunity. No other Thoroughbred weekly or monthly publication comes even close in circulation numbers for this region to what Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred offers. With each issue you reach every member of state breed associations, every Mid-Atlantic owner and trainer licensed by state racing commissions in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia, 10,000 breeders, owners and trainers active in racing and breeding in the Mid-Atlantic region.

 

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