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June 29, 2006
On June 26, 2006, JOSEPH M. PINO; beloved husband of Mary C. Pino; devoted father of Rita A. and Thomas G. Surface, Jeanne M. and William B. Patrick, Jr., Daniel E. and Tracy A. Pino, William B. and Suzanne H. Pino; loving grandfather of Camille, Jennifer, Gregory, Aaron, Matthew, Ryan, Kylie, Brett, Michael, Kristin, Julia and Sean and one great-granddaughter Keara. Also survived by one brother Carmelo Pino Jr. Family will receive friends Thursday, 6 to 9 P.M. at HARRY H. WITZKE'S FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2013
St. Paul's Anthony Pino won the first round of the St. Paul's-Boys' Latin showdown Sunday when he threw the only completed pass in the Ravens' Quarterback Challenge at halftime of the Ravens-Texans game at M&T Bank Stadium. Pino hit Hunter Pearl with a 46-yard pass to win this week's long-toss competition against his Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference rival, Freddy Bopst, who did not complete either of his throws. "It was nerve racking," Pino said, "but it was pretty cool going out there when they were getting set up for Ray (Lewis' induction it the Ring of Honor)
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | April 17, 1994
Mario Pino took advantage of a new designated-race rule available to suspended jockeys and brought home the winner of the $54,725 Primonetta Stakes yesterday at Pimlico Race Course.The ride on the 4-year-old filly, Lea Carter, which lasted little more than a minute, netted Pino $3,283.The 32-year-old jockey was suspended for seven days last week for causing interference in a race at Pimlico on April 10. At the time, he was the meet's leading rider.Pino, whose suspension started last Wednesday and initially ran through Tuesday, normally would have missed the mount on Lea Carter.
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Sports Digest | April 11, 2013
Colleges Convissar-led Terps rout George Mason in baseball Kyle Convissar (Severna Park), Anthony Papio and Charlie White each had three hits and Maryland had 17 in all in a 16-1 rout of host George Mason in baseball. The 16 runs were the most by the club since a 21-run outburst against Duke on April 14 last season. Convissar drove in four runs for the Terps (18-15) to increase his team-leading total to 32. Papio added three RBIs one day after having three against Virginia Commonwealth.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun reporter | May 4, 2007
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Mario Pino will ride in his first Kentucky Derby tomorrow, but yesterday morning he tried to keep it routine. Pino and his wife, Cristina, went through their normal schedule. Rising early. Having breakfast. And then they left their Ellicott City house for their usual morning walk with their two girls, Evana, 11, and Victoria, 14, to the corner school bus stop. Kentucky Derby Tomorrow, Churchill Downs, Louisville, Ky., post time 6:04 p.m. TV: 4:30 p.m., chs. 11, 4
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2010
Jockey Mario Pino, who is back riding in Maryland this fall, is about to reach another milestone in his 31-year racing career. Win No. 6,300 is so close he can't help but anticipate it. "I'm two wins away," the Ellicott City resident said Wednesday evening by cell phone as he left a neighborhood store. "It's not the big deal 6,000 was, and my goal is still a long way away, but every 100 past 6,000 is an accomplishment. " On Nov. 7, 2007, with his wife and children in the Laurel Park grandstands, Pino rode Pass Play, a 6-year-old trained by his brother Michael, to his 6,000th career win. Three years later, he is about to reach 6,300, also at Laurel Park, at age 49. Pino, who did not win Thursday, is averaging three or four mounts a day and thinks 6,300 "should come soon.
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By Marty McGee Z | September 27, 1991
Carolina Peach capped a four-win day for jockey Mario Pino yesterday when they led from start to finish in the ninth race, the $18,000 feature at Pimlico Race Course.The filly won by a length over Filex's Dream after running six furlongs in 1 minute, 12 1/5 seconds over a fast track.Pino, 30, who moved into third in the jockeys standings, won three other races from his six mounts, booting home winners of the fourth, fifth and eighth races. He has ridden 15 winners and trails only Mike Luzzi (22)
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By Marty McGee and Marty McGee,Sun Staff Correspondent | July 28, 1991
LAUREL -- Mario Pino is quite reserved, as even-tempered a jockey as you'll find.So when Pino gave a fiery wave of his whip after winning the $54,500 Governor's Cup at Laurel Race Course yesterday, something was up."It gave me a thrill," the veteran rider said. "It gave me a little zing."With an abundance of speed in the 1 1/16-mile race for 3-year-olds, Pino figured the best strategy would be to settle Subtle Step -- at 13-1, the longest shot in a field of six -- then make one run. When the scheme paid off, Pino said, beaming: "I used my head this time.
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By Marty McGee and Marty McGee,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 2, 1991
LAUREL -- In racing, as in most things, it's business before friends. So when Jet Stream runs today, Mario Pino will find himself driving home instead of riding what he calls "the best horse in Maryland."Owner-trainer Jack Mobberley said unusual circumstances led to Edgar Prado getting the mount for today's $60,000 Native Dancer Handicap at Laurel Race Course, but that won't preclude Pino from feeling "a little odd" about the situation."It does hurt inside," said Pino. "We've done good with Jet Stream and a lot of horses.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | March 12, 1994
Mario Pino was at home with his year-old daughter last night, thinking maybe he should get to bed early.The 32-year-old jockey has an intense schedule today at Laurel Race Course: At 7 a.m. he'll work a pair of horses for trainers Paul Seefeldt and Katy Voss; at 11 a.m., he'll speak to fans at a handicapping seminar; then he'll ride in 10 straight races.At the end of the card, Pino could reach an important milestone.He is just two wins shy of 3,000 career victories and thinks he can get the job done today.
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By Nelson Coffin, Baltimore Sun Media Group | November 3, 2012
St. Paul's sophomore quarterback Anthony Pino keeps getting better and better, even to the point where he can share top billing in the Crusaders' offensive schemes with Towson-bound running back Dale Harris, senior wide-out Teddy Martinez or junior running back Kaylon Johnson. While Harris and Johnson both scored twice, Pino ran the offense to perfection and tossed three touchdown passes to lead No. 9 St. Paul's past rival Boys' Latin, 42-16, Friday on the Lakers' J. Duncan Smith Field.
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Sports Digest | September 19, 2012
Horse racing Pino's win in Erie puts him alone in 10th on all-time list Jockey Mario Pino moved into sole possession of 10th place on the all-time wins list with a victory aboard Incredibly Smart in the second race at Presque Isle Downs in Erie, Pa. The win was number 6,471 for Pino, one more than Hall of Famer Earlie Fires . Pino, 51, is an Ellicott City resident who has spent most of his career in Maryland. Fires rode until he was 61, retiring in 2008. - From Sun staff and news services Et cetera Ovechkin reportedly to join Dynamo Moscow of KHL According to Russia's Sport-Express, Washington Capitals star left wing Alex Ovechkin will sign with Dynamo Moscow of Russia's KHL. Ovechkin played for Dynamo from 2001-02 through 2004-05 before he began his NHL career.
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Sports Digest | September 15, 2012
Et cetera Jockey Pino ties for 10th on all-time wins list Mario Pino tied Earlie Fires for 10th on the all-time victories list with a win in the finale (race 8) at Presque Isle Downs in Erie, Pa., on Friday night. The 51-year-old jockey reached the milestone aboard For the Effect for trainer Chuckie Lawrence . Pino, an Ellicott City resident who has spent most of his career in Maryland, picked up the mount even though Willie Martinez was named to ride the horse.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2012
Jockey Mario Pino, an Ellicott City resident who has spent most of his career in Maryland, is close to joining horse racing's top 10 all-time North American wins list. Pino is just one win away from tying Hall of Fame rider Earlie Fires, who is currently at No. 10 with 6,470 career victories. Pino had three chance to tie Fires at Presque Isle Downs in Erie, Pa., on Thursday, but he went winless. Pino is scheduled to ride five horses at the track Friday. Pino, who celebrated his 51st birthday Saturday, set the top 10 as his goal about six years ago. "At the time, looking at how far away I was [about 470 wins away]
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Sports Digest | November 18, 2011
Laurel Park Jockey Pino moves into 13th on wins list Mario Pino moved ahead of Hall of Famer Eddie Delahoussaye for 13th on the all-time win list when he guided 13-1 shot Torcello ($29) to victory in Thursday's second race at Laurel Park. The 50-year-old Ellicott City resident has 6,385 trips to the winner's circle during his career. Pino's next goal is to land in the top 10 all-time before retiring. He is 86 wins away from passing Earlie Fires and moving into elusive company.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2010
Jockey Mario Pino, who is back riding in Maryland this fall, is about to reach another milestone in his 31-year racing career. Win No. 6,300 is so close he can't help but anticipate it. "I'm two wins away," the Ellicott City resident said Wednesday evening by cell phone as he left a neighborhood store. "It's not the big deal 6,000 was, and my goal is still a long way away, but every 100 past 6,000 is an accomplishment. " On Nov. 7, 2007, with his wife and children in the Laurel Park grandstands, Pino rode Pass Play, a 6-year-old trained by his brother Michael, to his 6,000th career win. Three years later, he is about to reach 6,300, also at Laurel Park, at age 49. Pino, who did not win Thursday, is averaging three or four mounts a day and thinks 6,300 "should come soon.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | July 30, 1995
Mario Pino studied the Daily Racing Form, thought he had "a couple of shots" yesterday to win races, then dominated the Pimlico card with five winners from seven mounts."
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | November 28, 1993
By Your Leave capped a weeklong stakes-winning spree for jockey Mario Pino yesterday when she defeated favored Tennis Lady by a length in the $55,050 Anne Arundel Handicap at Laurel Race Course.The race marked Pino's third stakes victory in his past four tries.Last weekend the 32-year-old rider won the Walter Haight Handicap with Gala Spinaway, followed that with a win on Smart'n Noble in the Heavenly Cause Stakes on Tuesday and was third aboard Regal Victress in the Straight Deal Stakes on Thanksgiving Day before yesterday's upset aboard By Your Leave.
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,michael.dresser@baltsun.com | August 4, 2009
The Ocean City Council voted overwhelmingly Monday night to approve an emergency proposal to weed out products made from salvia divinorum, a relative of herbal sage and common garden plants that is now sold openly at many shops along the Boardwalk. The police and a majority of the council members threw their support behind the move to make possession and sale of the hallucinogenic substance a misdemeanor with a possible penalty of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. The final vote was 6 to 1 in favor of the ban, which takes effect immediately.
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