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Maryland Horse Breeders Association Celebrating History, Heritage Over 90 Years

With a tradition of Thoroughbred racing that predates the American Revolution by more than a generation, it’s no surprise that the first, and oldest, organization in the country created to develop and promote the breeding of horses sprung from Maryland. The Maryland Horse Breeders Association turned 90 this year, and on Saturday it will celebrate […]

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Maryland Breeders, Horsemen Issue Position Statement On Lasix

The Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association and Maryland Horse Breeders Association issued the following joint statement, signed by MTHA president Timothy L Keefe and MHBA president Michael J. Harrison, DVM. The stakeholders in Maryland’s racing industry are parties to a landmark 10-Year Agreement that has facilitated many positive changes to the way our racing is being […]

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Maryland Horse Breeders Association Announces Board Of Directors Election Results

The Maryland Horse Breeders Association membership selected three new members and two incumbents to the Board of Directors, as announced June 12. Dictated by MHBA bylaws, the annually held election fills five open seats on the board. Those elected this year will serve for the next three years. Michael Harrison, Christy Holden and Theresa Wiseman […]

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Bruce Quade To Be Honored With MHBA Federico Tesio Award

Maryland Racing Commission member and former chairman Bruce Quade will receive the Maryland Horse Breeders Association’s (MHBA) Federico Tesio Award at its annual awards dinner, to be held in Timonium, Md., on Wednesday, April 27. The Tesio Award is presented in recognition for significant contributions to the state’s Thoroughbred industry and is selected when a […]

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MHBA President: Agreement is a wonderful Christmas gift to Maryland’s racing community

Maryland Horse Breeders Association president Tom Bowman celebrates the new agreement that allows Maryland racing to continue in 2011 uninterrupted.

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