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The Baltimore Sun: Sagamore Farm filly wins $150,000 stakes race at Belmont Park

July 4, 2011
Baltimore Sun Staff Sagamore Farm's Millionreasonswhy won the $150,000 Grade II Matron Stakes at Belmont Park on Sunday. Jockey John Velazquez rode the 2-year-old filly, a 6-1 shot, to a two-length victory over Say a Novena in the six-furlong race.…
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NYTimes.com: Who Is Monzon?

June 8, 2011
By Melissa Hoppert The staff at Sagamore Farm, once owned by Alfred G. Vanderbilt and being restored by the Under Armour founder Kevin Plank, sent us these videos of Monzon’s final work before the Belmont Stakes on Saturday. At 7:50…
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Baltimore Sun: Sagamore finally returns to Triple Crown race with throwback Monzon

June 5, 2011
By Sandy McKee When the foal dropped to the ground at Sagamore Farm in Green Spring Valley in February 2008, he had no idea what was in store for him or what he might mean to a horse farm with…
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The New York Times: A Modern Sports Success Story Meets a Historic Racing Farm

May 21, 2011
By Melissa Hoppert Kevin Plank’s sports apparel empire was built on sweat — a lot of it. After warm-ups and at halftime, Plank, a fullback and linebacker at the University of Maryland in the 1990s, would remove his jersey and…
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Washington Post: In Sagamore Farm, Kevin Plank has a long shot with pedigree

May 16, 2011
By Liz Clarke Not far from traffic-choked I-795 and a few turns past dueling strip malls, Tufton Avenue opens onto 530 acres of serenity. Fourteen miles of white fencing border emerald pastures, and white, red-roofed barns glisten like a wet…
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