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  • Belmont winner Union Rags to miss rest of 2012 racing season

    Belmont winner Union Rags to miss rest of 2012 racing season
    Belmont winner Union Rags will not race again this year because of a minor tendon injury in his left front leg, veterinarian Kathy Anderson confirmed in a release Wednesday. He last trained July 6 at his Fair Hill base and was presented Tuesday with a...
  • I'll Have Another running well as Preakness nears

    I'll Have Another running well as Preakness nears
    Doug O’Neill took a seat under a small awning, in front of cameras and reporters Wednesday morning. After a week and a half of passing time chatting with the few stragglers who came by his barn, it was time for the Kentucky Derby winning trainer...
  • Aegis editorial says it's a day to wear purple, black ... and orange as fans celebrate big seasons for the Ravens and the Orioles

    It's been a lot of years since there's been a professional sports year like this one for fans of the Baltimore teams. It was the year Seattle Slew won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, "Star Wars" was first seen by movie theater audiences...
  • Phelps- and Bowman-backed colt Cerro inspires Derby dreams

    After rewriting the Olympic record books for swimming, Michael Phelps and his longtime coach might have the Kentucky Derby in their sights with a 3-year-old colt named Cerro who won a race Saturday at Gulfstream Park for Team Valor International....
  • Sagamore Farm offers new gear, prepares for another Triple Crown run

    Sagamore Farm offers new gear, prepares for another Triple Crown run
    Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank has aggressively marketed his company from the beginning, unabashedly challenging established titans like Nike, Adidas and Reebok. A man who often speaks in sports-centric slogans, it can appear at times that he...
  • Digest: Ravens' Brigance to receive Community Service Award

    Sports Legends Museum Ravens' Brigance to receive Community Service Award The Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation announced that it will present former Ravens player O.J. Brigance and his wife, Chanda, with its Community Service Award at the annual "Babe'...
  • Larry Jones embraces his calling in equine chiropractics

    Larry Jones embraces his calling in equine chiropractics
    Larry Jones poured his heart into his hockey career as a young boy growing up in Alberta, Canada, skating on frozen parking lots for what seemed like days at a time. "My mom pretty much had to call 911 to get me away from the arena," he said from the...
  • Notebook: Hereford's Napravnik sets record for female jockeys

    Notebook: Hereford's Napravnik sets record for female jockeys
    Jockey Rosie Napravnik (Hereford) closed out a career-best season Dec. 31, securing the highest spot ever for a female jockey on the North American leader board. Finishing the year with $12,451,713 in purse earnings and 193 wins with 191 seconds and 167...
  • Preakness notes: Trainers stress the need for a national horse racing comissioner

    Preakness notes: Trainers stress the need for a national horse racing comissioner
    While Doug O’Neill has been able to enjoy everything Baltimore has to offer during the past week and a half, his time in town hasn’t been devoid of controversy. The trainer of Kentucky Derby winner I’ll Have Another has been accused...
  • At Preakness time, a new optimism

    At Preakness time, a new optimism
    The Preakness Stakes arrives at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday absent one of the event's hallowed traditions. Sure, there will be sundresses and hats, black-eyed Susans, drunken infield revelry and, in a recent addition to the bill, faux-mythological...
  • HCC Grand Prix still going strong after 25 years

    HCC Grand Prix still going strong after 25 years
    The year was 1985 and Oliver Kennedy was on his way to dinner with a friend when he drove by Howard Community College. A light bulb went off. Kennedy, a Columbia native and manager of equestrian show-jumping competitions around the country, had been...
  • Longtime jockey Pino one win shy of joining all-time top 10

    Longtime jockey Pino one win shy of joining all-time top 10
    Jockey Mario Pino, an Ellicott City resident who has spent most of his career in Maryland, is close to joining horse racing's top 10 all-time North American wins list. Pino is just one win away from tying Hall of Fame rider Earlie Fires, who is currently...