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  • Rosie Napravnik hoping to follow in idol's path at Belmont

    Rosie Napravnik hoping to follow in idol's path at Belmont
    Rosie Napravnik became the first woman ever to win the Kentucky Oaks five weeks ago. Today, the former Hereford student who began her career in Maryland can become the second woman to win the Belmont – or any Triple Crown race, for that matter...
  • Havre de Grace on the brink of more horse history

    Havre de Grace on the brink of more horse history
    When the American Thoroughbred Horse of the Year for 2011 is announced in Los Angeles Monday night, the winner will most likely have been chosen for his or her consistency – a survivor in a year when there was no clear-cut star to emerge on the...
  • Racing to expand to five days per week at Laurel Park

    Racing to expand to five days per week at Laurel Park
    Live horse racing is back after the Maryland Racing Commission approved racing dates for both the Timonium Fair Grounds race track and Laurel Park on Friday. Timonium will open for the Maryland State Fair meet Aug. 26, which will be the first live racing...
  • Special-edition city arts commission medallion honors the Horse of the Year Havre de Grace

    Special-edition city arts commission medallion honors the Horse of the Year Havre de Grace
    Havre de Grace, the racehorse who shot to fame after being voted 2011 American Thoroughbred Horse of the Year, is getting more love from the city for which she was named. The Havre de Grace Arts Commission has released a new medallion bearing the horse's...
  • Horse racing: Havre de Grace rules in 2012 debut

    Horse racing: Havre de Grace rules in 2012 debut
    Reigning Horse of the Year Havre de Grace treated Fair Grounds guests to a shamrock-flavored shower of power Saturday, giving those on hand and racing fans all over the world aSt. Patrick's Day to remember with a facile 4 1/2-length victory as she made...
  • Raconteur spins a win with final jump

    Raconteur caught Hakama in the final jump to win the $100,000 Private Terms Stakes, the feature offering on a springlike Saturday at Laurel Park. Raconteur raced behind the first four runners into the turn, then launched his bid four wide into the lane,...
  • Rosecroft Raceway will reopen its doors Friday night

    Rosecroft Raceway will reopen its doors Friday night
    Rosecroft Raceway, founded in 1949 and closed in 2008, will reopen its doors on a new harness racing season Friday night. "We're ecstatic," Tom Cooke, president of the Cloverleaf Standardbred Owners Association, told the Maryland Racing Commission at its...
  • Tuff Truck Race at the Mason Dixon Fair Grounds

    The Tuff Truck Race was held at the Mason Dixon Fair Grounds Oct. 22 and 20 competitors vied for the top spots in both 2- and 4-wheel-drive categories and a chance to take home the Shoot Out trophy. The 2-wheel-drive class saw Daryl Eshleman take first...
  • Eagle Archive: Celebrating Carroll County at the 4-H and FFA Fair

    The Carroll County Agriculture Center has been a beehive of activity in preparation of the annual Carroll County 4-H and FFA Fair, which officially opened on July 27. Historically, the summer and end of harvest events have always played an important role...
  • Cockeysville: Van Natta is cited as good sport and great teammate

    Danny Van Natta, son of Lynn and Mark Van Natta of Springdale was recently selected as the recipient of the Stevie Hansen Spirit Award, given annually to a member of the Cockeysville Baseball League. This tradition started in 2007 with the 11-12 age...
  • Horse of the year Havre de Grace has been retired

    Horse of the year Havre de Grace has been retired
    Reigning U.S. Horse of the Year Havre de Grace has been retired after suffering an ankle injury during a workout at Churchill Downs, owner Rick Porter said today. Trainers noticed the five-year-old mare had “a little heat” in her right...
  • Champion horse Havre de Grace retired with injury

    Champion horse Havre de Grace retired with injury
    The 2011 American Thoroughbred Horse of the Year Havre de Grace was retired from racing after suffering an ankle injury Sunday while training at Churchill Downs in Kentucky, the horse's owner said. "It is with great disappointment that I have to announce...