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Foaling Season has arrived!

January 22, 2016
It’s finally foaling season here at Sagamore Farm! At 2:15am on Janurary 16, Naïve Enough gave birth to our first foal of 2016, a beautiful filly by Verrazano. This is Naïve Enough’s first foal for Sagamore Farm, and Verrazano’s second.…
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Bringing the “Heat” to the Retired Racehorse Training Project

October 29, 2015
Many often wonder what becomes of racehorses after they retire from the sport. Groups like the Retired Racehorse Training Project (RRTP) aim to increase demand for retired Thoroughbred racehorses and build the bridges to second careers. This past weekend, former…
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Happy Purple Friday – Catching Up with Quoth the Raven

September 25, 2015
This Sunday marks the Baltimore Ravens' home opener againstthe undefeated Cincinnati Bengals, and what better way to welcome back our Birds than catching up with Quoth the Raven.   Born during the Ravens' Super Bowl XLVII victory, the colt by Include,…
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Racing Recap: September 20 – Sagamore Racing Records a Pair of Wins Behind the Hooves of Charm City Girl & Future Show

September 21, 2015
In an exciting day of competition, Sagamore Racing secured two wins on Sunday, September 20 as Charm City Girl scored her third career victory at Laurel Park and Future Show broke her maiden at Belmont Park. Coming off of a…
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‘Commute’ Set for Grade 1 King’s Bishop Stakes at Travers Day on August 29

August 28, 2015
The Travers is known as the “Midsummer Derby” and is the oldest major Thoroughbred race in America, and while all eyes will be on Triple Crown winner American Pharoah as he continues his hunt for the Breeder’s Cup, Sagamore Racing will…
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