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Features

  • Price Points: Sales bargains come through for loyal buyers +

    Disregarded. Sold for $3,000. A Grade 1 winner of $1,136,235. Ignored. Sold for $1,000. Earned $214,525 in less than a Read More
  • Impact of COVID-19 +

    COVID-19's regional impact on regional tracks, the spring steeplechase season, and sales.  Read More
  • Ladies in Waiting: Part 2 +

    Call it Round Two. Last month’s feature checking in on an assortment of broodmares around the region spilled over into even Read More
  • Ladies in Waiting 2020 +

    Region’s mares fuel industry as foaling season ramps up The chestnut filly’s face looks like somebody splashed a three-inch paintbrush Read More
  • Full Speed Ahead: Big sales numbers rev up breeding success for Marama, Doetsch +

    For sale: High-performance racer, 2019 model, brown, impressive features, carefully maintained, multi-track potential, zero mileage, keyless entry, traction control, must Read More
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Say It Again

  • “Who would have ever thought it would have worked out like that?”
    Owner/trainer Tim Grams, about the success of West Virginia-bred star Runnin’toluvya after surgery and more than a year away from the races
  • “Never let school get in the way of a good education.”
    Trainer Clovis Crane, on raising kids on a farm (during a pandemic)
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Received: by North Carolina student Ben Weinrib, the 54th Fred Russell-Grantland Rice TRA Scholarship to Vanderbilt University. The four-year scholarship is presented by the Maryland-based Thoroughbred Racing Associations and Vanderbilt to an outstanding high school senior with special interest and potential in the field of sports writing. Weinrib, a graduate of Providence Day School in Charlotte, N.C., was selected along with Adam Birnbaum (of Florida) and Nathaniel Heagney (Missouri) from a near record 179 applicants for this year’s scholarship in the amount of $20,000 per year for four years each at Vanderbilt. Named in honor of two legendary sports writing alumni of Vanderbilt, the scholarship has an extraordinary record of producing prominent and successful writers and television personalities, including Roy Blount Jr., Bill Livingston, Skip Bayless, John (Joe Bob Briggs) Bloom, David Sheinin, Tyler Kepner, Lee Jenkins and Daniel Wolken.

Reached: 10th place on the all-time list for North American jockeys with his 6,471st win, region-based jockey Mario Pino. The veteran rode Incredibly Smart to victory at Presque Isle Downs Sept. 18 for trainer Jeff Thornbury. Pino, whose career started in 1977, has long been a regular in Maryland, Delaware Park and other Mid-Atlantic tracks. In addition, this month Pino will be inducted to the Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame.

Received: State breeder of the year awards from the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowman (Maryland), Christine Connelly (New Jersey), Hubert Vester’s Hawk Crest Manor (North Carolina), Henry Carroll (South Carolina), the estate of Edward P. Evans (Virginia) and Jeff and Susan Runco (West Virginia). 

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