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Horse Racing Nation
Laurel Fall Festival Features 110 Runners
Horse Racing Nation
“Kudos and compliments to stakes coordinator Coley Blind and the rest of the racing office who assembled the card,” said Maryland Jockey Club handicapper Keith Feustle. “It reminded me of the Preakness and Black-Eyed Susan cards with quality races from ...
A Dash Of That
Ben's Cat among 10 entered in De Francis Dash
Total purses for the nine-race program are $981,000, making it the fourth biggest on the Maryland racing calendar this year, trailing only the Preakness ($2.85 million), Black-Eyed Susan ($1.6 million) and Maryland Million ($1 million) cards. Although ...
Keeneland November: Stonestreet lands Fiftyshadesofhay for $1.3 million
Daily Racing Form
Fiftyshadesofhay earned $1,097,951 on the track, highlighted by wins in the Grade 2 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes, Grade 2 Ruffian Stakes, Grade 3 Iowa Oaks, and Grade 3 Santa Ysabel Stakes. She earned placings in seven additional graded stakes, four of ...
Gardeners get fall tips
Sidney Daily News (subscription)
Coneflowers, black-eyed Susan, tall sedums, and tall grasses can be cut back later in the winter. • Ornamental grasses should be left standing to protect their crowns from a harsh winter. • Cover water gardens with a net to prevent falling leaves from ...
WBAL Radio (blog)