The first Maryland-bred Breeders’ Cup Classic-G1 winner, Concern made a career of heart-stopping, gritty performances while amassing $3,079,350 over three seasons of competition.

Small in stature but tough as nails, Tuscalee won more American steeplechase races than any horse in history – setting the standard (37 career jump wins) in 1972, a record which still stands.


In January 2013 the Maryland Horse Breeders Association (MHBA) and the Maryland Racing Media Association (MRMA) began collaborating on plans for a hall of fame to illuminate the accomplishments of Maryland-bred Thoroughbreds.