Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association

Rescheduled Totally Thoroughbred Horse Show Set For Sunday, Oct. 7

The rescheduled Totally Thoroughbred Horse Show presented by Beyond the Wire will take place Sunday, Oct. 7 beginning at 8 a.m. in the infield at legendary Pimlico Race Course. Now in its seventh year, the show was postponed from his original July 7 date due to heavy rains in the weeks leading up to the […]

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Timonium’s 2018 Live Racing Schedule Includes Pair Of $75,000 Stakes

The Maryland State Fair and Agricultural Society, Inc is pleased to announce the 2018 Thoroughbred racing schedule for the Timonium meet. Running from August 24 through September 3 this year’s seven days of racing held during the Maryland State Fair will offer purses of over $185,000 daily. For the first time in many years, the […]

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Totally Thoroughbred Horse Show At Pimlico Scheduled For July 7

The seventh annual Totally Thoroughbred Horse Show presented by Beyond the Wire will take place Saturday, July 7 beginning at 8 a.m. in the infield at historic Pimlico Race Course. All proceeds from ticket sales and entry fees will benefit Beyond the Wire, Thoroughbred aftercare program launched in 2016 by the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association. Since 2012, the Totally […]

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Just Howard Named Maryland-Bred Horse Of The Year, Champion 3-Year-Old, Turf Horse

Skeedattle Associates’ Just Howard, winner of the Grade 3 Commonwealth Derby at Laurel Park as part of a four-race win streak over the summer of 2017, took home top honors as Maryland-bred Horse of the Year, champion 3-year-old male and champion turf horse. The announcements were made at the inaugural Renaissance Awards, a cooperative effort […]

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Timonium Announces 2017 Race Dates; Daily Purses Up 16 Percent

The Maryland State Fair and Agricultural Society, Inc. is pleased to announce the 2017 racing schedule for the Timonium meet. This year’s seven days of racing held during the Maryland State Fair boasts purses of $185,000 daily, up more than 16% from 2016’s $159,000 per day. For the first time in many years, the meet […]

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Fantasy Ownership Day Attracts ‘Incredible’ 300 Participants At Laurel

Access to the paddock and winner’s circle, as well as a total prize pool of $50,000, were among the features that awaited registered participants for the inaugural Fantasy Owners Day Saturday at Laurel Park. Designed as an introduction to prospective Thoroughbred owners, Fantasy Owners Day was presented jointly by the Maryland Jockey Club, Maryland Thoroughbred […]

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Maryland: Budget Shortfall Nixes Bill That Would Create Equine Medical Director Position

Supporters of a bill that would create a position of equine medical director in Maryland will have to wait another day after the proposal was withdrawn due to an impending budget shortfall. The Racing Biz reports that the bill, which had the support of the Maryland Jockey Club, in addition to the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association and […]

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‘Fantasy Owners’ Day’ Planned For March 18 At Laurel Park

The Maryland Jockey Club will play host Saturday, March 18 to one of Thoroughbred racing’s most unique and innovative events – Fantasy Owners’ Day at Laurel Park. Not only will participants be able to participate in a Q&A session with the region’s top racing partnerships, racing officials and horsemen, but they will be randomly paired […]

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Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association Awards To Be Distributed Dec. 13

Five individuals will be recognized for their accomplishments the evening of Dec. 13 as part of the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association Awards Ceremony and Christmas Party. The event, to be held in the new Second Floor Sports Bar at Laurel Park, this year will spotlight the MTHA Owner of the Year, Trainer of the Year, […]

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Maryland Horsemen Working Together Toward Launch Of New Aftercare Program

The Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association has been working hard to develop a new aftercare program, and according to it’s latest newsletter, may be close to launching that program. During its Oct. 4 meeting, the MTHA approved an annual commitment of $25,000 for the next five years to the “Beyond the Wire” aftercare program. The Maryland […]

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