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the second year of inductions, with inductees selected by a committee of Maryland racing industry members coordinated by the Maryland Horse Breeders Association and Maryland Racing Media Association. Concern (foaled 1991 by Broad Brush and


out of Faras Team) was the fi rst Maryland-bred winner of the Breeders’ Cup Classic G1 and the fi rst state-bred horse to earn $2 million in a single year. He was bred and owned by Robert E. Meyerhoff and trained by Richard Small during his entire career.


Concern’s


career earnings totaled $3,079,350 and included four grade stakes wins and a third place fi nish in the Preakness Stakes. Tuscalee (foaled 1960


by Tuscany and out of Verna Lee) is the all- time leading North American steeplechaser by number of wins and holds the record for the


Tuscalee is the newest inductee to the Maryland Thoroughbred Hall of Fame.


most steeplechase wins in a single season. T is Maryland-bred was bred and owned by Alfred H. Smith and raced for 10 years, racking up 39 wins (37 of which are over fences), 14 places d10 h


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by Joe (Leiter) Aitcheson Sr. and was named champion steeplechaser by the T oroughbred Racing Associations in 1966, the year he won a record 10 jump races. In 2013, Tuscalee was inducted into the National T oroughbred Racing Hall of Fame.


Both horses and their connections will be honored during the MHBA’s annual awards dinner to be held on April 3. For more information, visit mdthoroughbredhalloff ame. com.


MHBA Celebrates 2013 Champions


King T. Leatherbury’s


homebred gelding Ben’s Cat was named Maryland- bred Horse of the Year for a third time in an annual poll conducted by the Maryland Horse Breeders Association.


In


addition, Ben’s Cat earned the 2013 Champion Male, Champion Sprinter and Champion Turf Horse


titles. Last year, the seven-year-old gelding by Parker’s Storm Cat and out of Twofox (by T irty Eight Paces) won fi ve of eight starts, all in stakes races, to earn $505,350. T is was the db M l d b d


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2013. His career earning were at $1,862,640 at the end of the 2013 season. Konrad M. Wayson’s Joint Custody earned the Champion Two-year-old Male title. T e grey gelding by Outfl anker was bred by Janet Wayson and is trained by John J. Robb. T e Champion Two-year-old Filly title went to Jonesin for Jerry, a bay fi lly by Great Notion, owned by Brad Gould Jr. and Hidden Hill Farm. T e fi lly was bred by Roland Farm and is also trained by Robb. T e late Richard W. Small trained the Champion T ree-year-old Male Grateful Nation. T e dark bay gelding is by Great Notion and was bred by Dr. and Mrs. T omas Bowman and Rebecca Davis. Davis is his current owner. Walkwithapurpose, bred and owned by Sagamore Farm LLC, won the Champion T ree-year-old Filly title. T e bay fi lly is by Candy Ride and is trained by Ignacio Correas IV. Bold Aff air earned the Champion Older


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