Welcome to the new Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred website!
We have a fresh new look and lots of new features.
With a new editor on board at the magazine, we are hoping for lots of exciting changes to the magazine and the ability to build our Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred community through our print publication, digital edition and web site. Here are the first of our new offerings:
Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred Club. If you are a licensed owner or trainer, we invite you to join the Thoroughbred Club. Benefits include access to our digital edition and a discounted subscription offer. Watch for benefits to be added in the future!
Farm Directory. If you are a farm owner or stallion owner you can enter your listing for a $35 charge. And even better, you will be able to edit your listing anytime you have a change or addition to make.
Service Directory. If you provide services to the Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred community, you can enter your listing for a $35 charge. And just like the Farm Directory, you will be able to edit your listing anytime you have a change or addition to make.
Links. Check out our MATB Community to easily connect to all the organizations that comprise the leadership in our region through the web.

So take a look around the site and let us know what you think. Like any new ride, there may be bumps in the trip, so be patient as we work out the bucks and kicks. Ideas and suggestions are always welcomed. Just click on contact us and write a letter to the editor or send an email directly to any staff member. We look forward to hearing from you!

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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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  1. Terms and Conditions
  2. Why Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred?
  3. Heroes rise in the Hunt Cup
  4. Taking His Turn
  5. A Belmont Dream with the Masters
  6. Change of Pace
  7. Student of Life
  8. Finish Line
  9. A Return to Glory
  10. Life lived large: the tale of Dickie Small
  11. 2011 AHP Award-winning Story
  12. Eclipse Award Winning Story: Recalling Clem Florio's matchless gift for life
  13. Best Magazine Article: A Simply Zensational Breeders' Cup
  14. Classic Midlantic-breds: Preakness Stakes
  15. Classic Midlantic-breds: Kentucky Derby
  16. Fasig-Tipton December Mixed Sale 2013
  17. West Virginia goes to the Breeders' Cup
  18. July 2014: No roadmap to racing success
  19. June 2014: Riding history at the Hunt Cup
  20. May 2014: Virginia must find unity, craft plan for progress
  21. April 2014: Hall call should come to Leatherbury
  22. March 2014: New path to second career possible
  23. Feb 2014: A salute to mares
  24. Jan 2014: Put horses first and we all win
  25. Nov 2013: Stand up, be counted, in sales market
  26. Joe Clancy's October 2013 Editorial
  27. Joe Clancy's September 2013 Editorial
  28. Joe Clancy's August 2013 Editorial
  29. Joe Clancy's June 2013 Editorial
  30. Joe Clancy's April 2013 Editorial
  31. Joe Clancy's March 2013 Editorial
  32. Joe Clancy's February 2013 editorial
  33. Joe Clancy's Editorial for Jan2013
  34. Joe Clancy's December 2012 editorial
  35. Joe Clancy's November 2012 editorial
  36. Joe Clancy's October 2012 editorial
  37. Joe Clancy's September 2012 editorial
  38. July editorial from Joe Clancy
  39. June 2012 Editorial
  40. April Editorial from past MHBA executive director Rich Wilcke
  41. From the Editor
  42. February 1939
  43. February 1964
  44. February 1989
  45. February 2004
  46. January 1939
  47. Looking Back January 1964
  48. Looking Back January 1989
  49. Looking Back January 2004
  50. Looking Back October 1988
  51. Looking Back October 1963
  52. Looking Back October 2003
  53. Looking Back September 1963
  54. Looking Back September 1988
  55. Looking Back September 2003
  56. Looking Back August 1963
  57. Looking Back August 1988
  58. Looking Back August 2003
  59. Looking Back July 1963
  60. Looking Back July 1988
  61. Looking Back July 2003
  62. Looking Back June 2003
  63. Looking Back June 1988
  64. Looking Back June 1963
  65. Looking Back May 1963
  66. Looking Back May 1988
  67. Looking Back May 2003
  68. Looking Back April 1963
  69. Looking Back April 1988
  70. Looking Back April 2003
  71. Looking Back March 1963
  72. Looking Back March 1988
  73. Looking Back March 2003
  74. Looking Back January 1963
  75. Looking Back January 1988
  76. Looking Back January 2003
  77. Looking Back December 1962
  78. Looking Back December 1987
  79. Looking Back December 2002
  80. Looking Back November 1962
  81. Looking Back November 1987
  82. Looking Back November 2002
  83. Looking Back—October 1962
  84. Looking Back—October1987
  85. Looking Back—October 2002
  86. Missing detail from Looking Back 25 years ago
  87. Looking Back September 1962
  88. Looking Back September 1987
  89. Looking Back September 2001
  90. Looking Back August 1962
  91. Looking Back August 1987
  92. Looking Back August 2002
  93. Looking Back July 1962
  94. Looking Back July 1987
  95. Looking Back July 2002
  96. Looking Back June 1962
  97. Looking Back June 1987
  98. Looking Back June 2002
  99. Looking Back May 1962
  100. Looking Back May 1987
  101. Looking Back May 2002
  102. Looking Back-Maryland Hunt Cup
  103. Looking Back April 1987
  104. Looking Back April 1962
  105. Looking Back 10 years ago April 2002
  106. Looking Back April 1962
  107. Looking Back 10 years ago this month
  108. Looking Back 25 years ago this month
  109. This month 50 years ago
  110. Sagamore, June 2014
  111. Sagamore, May 2014
  112. Country Life Farm: May 2014
  113. Sagamore, April 2014
  114. Country Life, April 2014
  115. Sagamore, March 2014
  116. Country Life Farm, February 2014
  117. Sagamore, February 2014
  118. Country Life Farm, January 2014
  119. Sagamore, January 2014: A Look Back
  120. Country Life Farm, December 2013
  121. Sagamore, December 2013
  122. Country Life Farm, November 2013
  123. Sagamore, November 2013
  124. In case you missed it: July 15
  125. Top Midlantic Poll: July 4, 2014
  126. Top Midlantic-bred Poll: June 20, 2014
  127. Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred honored at AHP
  128. Midlantic-bred Poll: May 23, 2014
  129. A Sterling History
  130. PA welcomes Wildcat Brief
  131. Maryland’s Marvel
  132. Preakness Week Photo Blog
  133. Midlantic-bred Poll: May 9, 2014
  134. Top Midlantic-breds: April 25, 2014
  135. Mid-Atlantic-breds competing at Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event
  136. Retired Racehorse Training Project Expands
  137. May 2014 digital edition now available
  138. Life Beyond the Ring
  139. Midlantic 2014 2YO Sale – Quality and Diversity.
  140. Top Midlantic-breds: 4/11/14
  141. Colonial Downs Seeks to Create a High-Caliber Boutique Thoroughbred Race Meet
  142. Virginia-breds top first-ever Top Midlantic-bred Poll
  143. April Issue in the Mail
  144. March 2014 issue
  145. E Dubai and Jump Start back at Northview
  146. VTA Stallion Season Auction postponed
  147. Classy stallion Petionville moves to Murmur Farm in Maryland
  148. February 2014 edition in the mail
  149. Region mourns loss of top trainer Tom Voss
  150. VTA Annual Stallion Season Auction set for Feb. 12
  151. Heritage Stallions Open House this Sunday
  152. Third Annual WV Farm Tour of Stallions
  153. AAEP Applauds Passage of Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act in U.S. Senate
  154. RRTP Releases First National Study of Thoroughbred Racehorse Placement
  156. Breeder/Owner profile: Barbara Houck
  157. Thoroughbred Alliance Show Series Awards Banquet
  158. Cold-Weather Tips for Horses from Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center
  159. Offlee Wild 3YO Bayern wins debut at Santa Anita
  160. RRTP Honored with Thoroughbred Industry Achievement Award
  161. January's Names of the Month
  162. Making the Grade–2014 Graded stakes in the region
  163. Joint Stallion Show Announced
  164. Northview announces Paul O'Loughlin as new Director of Bloodstock
  165. January 2014 milestones
  166. Silver Train succumbs to colic in Brazil
  167. January 2014 issue on its way
  168. DTHA Annual Stallion Auction set to begin
  170. 2014 Stallion Directory
  172. Top miler and nationally-ranked young sire Corinthian to Pin Oak Lane Farm
  173. Major New Maryland Stallion Operation
  174. Any Given Saturday, G1-winning son of Distorted Humor to Pin Oak Lane
  175. Playing a strong hand
  176. The 28th Maryland Million
  177. Breeders' Cup Pre-Entries
  178. New OwnerView Host service
  179. Multiple stakes winner Wide Country dies at age 25
  180. Inaugural Retired Racehorse National Symposium Grand Success
  181. 2014 Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred Stallion Issue reminder
  182. Thoroughbred Makeover Spotlight: Nuno Santos
  183. MHBA president Josh Pons discusses Maryland-Bred Awards Program
  184. Richard's Kid retires
  185. The next issue
  186. Press Release - Expanded Breeder/Owner Program to Begin in Maryland
  187. Thoroughbred Makeover Spotlight: Jessica Bortner-Harris
  188. Thoroughbred Makeover Spotlight: David Loman
  189. Brookdale Memories
  190. Name Your Rider to "Cowboy Up" at Pimlico
  191. Brookdale Memories: Photo Gallery
  192. Our September issue
  193. El Padrino to join Northview PA Stallion Roster for 2014
  194. Sir Shackleton returns to Dana Point Farm
  195. Grade 1-winning millionaire Fastness dies
  196. Thoroughbred Makeover Spotlight: Amber Longreen
  197. Thoroughbred Makeover Spotlight: Patricia Hechter-Bosley
  198. Italian Wedding gives Sheppard reason to celebrate
  199. Thoroughbred Makeover Spotlight: Billie Rae Croll
  200. Cowboys, Cowgirls, Cattle, and Thoroughbreds to Cut Loose at Pimlico
  201. Country Life Farm to stand graded winner Freedom Child
  202. Maryland Thoroughbred breeder E. Allen Murray dies
  203. Jumping to the Hall
  204. Thoroughbred Makeover: Victory Money
  207. Sergeant Reckless Statue to be Dedicated at the Museum of the Marine Corps
  208. August 2013 issue in the mail
  209. ‘Princess’ Reigns in TVG Coaching Club American Oaks
  210. Princess of Sylmar Returns in TVG CCA Oaks
  211. What to expect in our August 2013 issue
  213. Sewickley gone
  216. Operation Reckless scheduled for July 26
  217. Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred announces launch of online Stallion database
  218. Maryland-bred champion Jazzy Idea retired
  219. London Lane takes Grade 2 Colonial Turf Cup
  220. Derby winner harkens back to faith in racing
  221. Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred shines at the American Horse Publications Annual Awards
  222. “Huge step” on medication rules moves forward, but challenges remain
  223. Animal Kingdom runs at Royal Ascot on Tuesday
  224. Ostrich & Camel Races Highlight Father's Day Weekend Festivities at Colonial Downs
  225. July Issue off to the printer
  226. Bryan’s Jewel may wheel right back in Obeah Stakes
  227. Ile St. Molly aims to exceed more expectations in Delaware Park's Go For Wand Stakes
  228. Task force moves to strengthen state’s breeding industry
  229. Welcome to Fair Hill, Derby Winner
  231. Maryland Racing Commission's innovative new program to promote the state's breeding industry
  232. First day of Fasig-Tipton Midlantic
  233. June 2013 digital editions
  234. June 2013 issue
  235. Preakness Grand Giveaway
  236. 125 Years of Mid-Atlantic-bred Classics winners
  237. Opportunity knocks during Preakness time
  238. Opportunity of a lifetime
  239. The Royal Family of Sylmar
  240. Derby winner Orb's Maryland connections
  241. Five Races for Pennsylvania-Bred/Sired Horses Added to 2013 Penn National Stakes Schedule
  242. New Day Dawns in the Old Line State
  243. Md-bred star Bold Affair retires
  244. Maryland Horse Breeders Association launches new site
  245. Maryland Million Day set for October 19
  246. May 2013 digital edition now available
  247. May issue
  248. Retired racehorse's paintings sell for $500 a pop
  249. Delaware Park announces 2013 stakes schedule, live racing schedule change with DTHA agreement
  250. Penn National anti-slaughter policy put to test
  251. Motion, Team Valor Part Ways
  252. What does * mean?
  253. Six questions for Mario Pino
  254. Names of the Month - April 2013
  255. Say it again April 2013
  256. Announcing the Maryland Thoroughbred Hall of Fame
  257. April 2013 Issue
  259. Our April 2013 issue
  260. Jump Jocks get new concussion test
  261. OBS topper another piece of Evans legacy
  262. Mid-Atlantic and Northeast States Commit to Uniform Medication and Drug Testing Program
  263. Penn National Simulcast Feed to Feature Horses for Adoption Ads
  264. Jumping Around
  265. Five Questions with Mickey Preger
  266. Names of the Month- March 2013
  267. SAY IT AGAIN - March 2013
  268. Hollywood Casino at Charles Town continues support of CANTER Mid-Altantic
  269. March 2013 issue
  270. DTHA Inaugural Stallion Auction Begins Today
  271. March issue off to the printer
  272. GO FIGURE
  273. Mid-Atlantic Sire Notes
  274. Don't tell Ray Lewis
  275. NEWSMAKER: Trevor McCarthy follows dad to track
  276. Maryland-bred champions of 2012
  277. Historic honor passes from Lord Avie to Flatterer
  278. Hunt Crossing's first foal
  279. February 2013 Edition
  280. Mad Flatter to Diamond B Farm
  281. February 2013 issue
  282. Charles Town announces new Hall of Fame class
  283. Everything changes, even the Times
  284. Say It Again - Jan 2013
  285. The Stakes are high
  286. Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, Steeplechase Times announce partnership
  287. What's in the bin? History
  288. January 2013 Digital issue available
  289. January 2013 issue
  290. Who's on first?
  291. Names of the Month-December 2012
  292. More money for Maryland-breds
  293. SAY IT AGAIN-December 2012
  294. Date change to nominate stallions for Maryland Million
  295. Nicanor retired to stud at Shamrock Farm
  296. November's Go Figure
  297. November's Milestones
  298. Sheppard’s memory lane
  299. Trackpackpa.com: We Believe
  300. December issue off to the printer
  301. Northview Announces 2013 Fees
  302. A Real War Horse
  303. Northview Stallion Station to Stand Multiple Graded Stakes Winner REDEEMED
  304. November issue in the mail
  305. Animal Kingdom works at Fair Hill Race Course
  306. Coming up in our November issue
  307. November issue
  308. Numbers-Oct 2012
  309. Names of the Month-Oct 2012
  310. SAY IT AGAIN-Oct 2012
  311. Pin Oak Lane Farm announces 2013 stud fees
  313. From Show Ring to Race Track: Rodney Jenkins and Michael Matz weigh in
  314. Maryland Million Day 2012
  315. Cal Nation Retired to Merryland Farm
  316. October Digital edition launched
  317. Of the people: Asmussen cheers home Aurelia
  318. October 2012 issue
  319. Animal Kingdom progresses towards return
  320. Iron Horses
  321. Mid-Atlantic Report Sept 2012
  322. September 2012 digital edition launched
  323. 2012 Maryland Million Pre-Entry Book now available
  324. In our next issue
  325. MRMA scholarships up for grabs–applications being accepted
  326. September 2012 edition
  327. Union Rags stud plans announced
  328. Rosie Napravnik wins Adirondack
  329. Names of the Month -August2012
  330. Say It Again - August2012 Mid-Atlantic Report
  331. 2012 Hall of Fame Historical inductees
  332. August 2012 issue in the mail
  333. Pennsylvania comes together, makes racing's case
  334. August 2012 Issue at the printer
  335. Connections not lost on Jones
  336. A brother act
  337. Say It Again - July2012 Mid-Atlantic Report
  338. MHBA Annual Yearling Show
  339. July 2012 Issue
  340. Judge Stall to preside over MHBA Yearling Show
  341. July issue on press
  342. Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred receives honors in AHP competition
  343. Sunrise at Pimlico with Charlie Fenwick
  344. History lesson springs from Preakness memories
  345. Battle at the Preakness
  346. Preakness Stakes close calls
  347. Most Memorable Preaknesses
  348. Triumph and tragedy for Iroquois Steeplechase winner Arcadius this past Saturday
  349. Take a Number - May 2012 issue
  350. May's Names of the Month
  351. Monmouth’s new deal an opportunity for horsemen
  352. King T. Leatherbury: One in a Million
  354. May's SAY IT AGAIN
  355. Maggie Kimmitt's Derby Trail - Done Talking 5/4
  356. Why the PA Race Horse Development Fund should remain untouched
  357. Maggie Kimmitt's DONE TALKING DERBY TRAIL DIARY for May 3
  358. Maggie Kimmitt's Derby Trail - Done Talking 5/2
  359. Maggie Kimmitt's Derby Trail - Done Talking 5/1
  360. Runco, Montano team up to win four
  361. Maggie Kimmitt's Derby Trail - Done Talking 4/29
  362. Maggie Kimmitt's Done Talking Road to the Derby 4/28
  363. Maggie Kimmitt's Done Talking on the Derby Trail 4/27
  364. Film clip on Phyllis Wyeth and her Union Rags
  365. Done Talking readying for the Derby
  366. Audley-bred KY Derby candidate Bodemeister
  367. Derby preparations continue for Maryland connected Done Talking
  368. Top Pennsylvania sire’s best son wins Grade 3 FTO in 2012
  369. May edition now online
  370. Pletcher, Castellano Spring Charles Town Classic Upset
  372. The Fund turns 50
  373. Maryland-bred colt tops Keeneland 2-Year-Old Sale
  374. April edition's WORTH REPEATING
  375. Two PA-breds top Fasig-Tipton Florida
  377. EIGHTTOFASTTOCATCH captures Harrison Johnson Memorial Stakes for second consecutive year
  378. April issue now online
  379. Featured in our March Issue: A Real War horse
  380. This month 25 years ago
  381. Action Andy sets track record in third win of the year
  382. Bold Affair impressive in Conniver Stakes
  384. Pa. Equine Coalition Responds to Inaccurate Claims by Governor Corbett, Agriculture Secretary Greig on Pa. Horse Racing
  386. Union Rags gets them talking
  387. From March Mid-Atlantic Report: Names of the Month
  388. Pimlico Stakes Schedule announced
  389. Regional success
  390. Latest edition of Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred now available
  391. Prominent Maryland owner and breeder Sondra H. Bender dies
  392. Maryland Million Day Set for October 6, 2012
  393. Tom McGreevy talks Horses
  394. New Jersey's Alex's Pal featured at Birch Creek Farm stallion show
  395. Back to TImonium, back in time
  396. 2011 Maryland-bred Champions Announced
  397. Mignon Smith dies at 81
  398. Eighttofasttocatch honored as MRMA Maryland-based Horse of the Year
  399. Maryland Racing Media S won by Lacie Slew
  400. February's Mid-Atlantic Report
  401. Pennsylvania Race Horse Development Fund under threat
  402. Dance to Bristol Scores Easily in Laurel's Marshua Stakes
  403. Pin Oak Lane Farm Open House set for Feb. 12
  404. Stallion Open House at Diamond B
  405. Maryland Hunt Cup announces new nomination fee schedule
  406. PHBA Online Stallion Auction NOW
  407. Blame's first foal dropped at Derry Meeting Farm, PA
  408. Maryland Steeplechase great Buck Jakes dies
  409. Pennsylvania fund surpasses $20-million in 2011
  410. Charles Town Classic to be broadcast on HRRN
  411. Read the latest edition of Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred
  412. Thoroughbred Makeover Spotlight: Elissa Ogburn
  413. Thoroughbred Makeover Spotlight: Daniel Clasing
  414. Jade’s Revenge and Monarch Lane
  415. June 2014: Unexplainable
  416. May 2014: Dancininthestreet
  417. April 2014: Celtic Choice
  418. March 2014: Skullbuster
  419. February 2014: Too Fast to Catch
  420. January 2014: Snapfinger
  421. December 2013: Runnin Robbo
  422. November 2013: Farah's Moment
  423. Maggie Kimmit's Pensioner on Parade October 2013
  424. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade - September 2013
  425. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade - August 2013
  426. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade - July 2013
  427. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade - June 2013
  428. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade - May 2013
  429. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade - April 2013
  430. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade - March 2013
  431. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade Feb 2013
  432. Pensioner on Parade Jan2013 TORBAY
  433. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade December 2012
  434. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade: Tarsky
  435. Pensioner on Parade: Reraise
  436. Pensioner on Parade-Sept2012
  437. August 2012: Pensioner on Parade
  438. Maggie Kimmitt's Pensioner on Parade July 2012
  439. June Pensioner on Parade: Flat Top
  440. Like Fine Wine
  441. 50 years ago Jay Trump captured timber racing's Triple Crown
  442. Life lived large: the tale of Dickie Small
  443. Racing's Great Mystery Man
  444. March/April 1996: Steeplechasing gears up for season of change
  445. Who's My Daddy?
  446. Inside MAT
  447. June digital edition now available
  448. March Mid-Atlantic Report: Worth Repeating
  449. Keefe eyes big prizes at home track
  450. Maryland-bred Action Andy wins Tampa Bay Downs' Super S
  451. Maryland Jockey Club to honor RAPID REDUX
  452. Horse Force takes the plunge for charity
  453. Merryland Stallion Show
  454. Laurel's Dancing Count Stakes won by New York invader
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