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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | September 14, 1992
Two-time winner Timely Warning is among the 201 horses that have been pre-entered for the 12-race Maryland Million card Sept. 26 at Pimlico Race Course.An extra race for 2-year-old maidens at a mile on the turf has been added and a steeplechase race, inaugurated a year ago, also will be run again.Midas and Baron de Vaux, runners-up to Timely Warning in the Budweiser Maryland Classic last year, also have been pre-entered.The 5-year-old mare Brilliant Brass, a multiple stakes winner this year, is cross-entered in two races -- the Distaff Handicap, a sprint for 3-year-old fillies and mares -- and the Classic, where she would face males for the first time in her career.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,justin.fenton@baltsun.com | May 21, 2009
The city's firefighter unions have stepped up pressure on Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon to reverse proposed cuts to the Fire Department, airing a radio ad that says the budget would increase response times to emergencies. The department is one of the hardest-hit agencies in the proposed budget, absorbing $3 million in cuts that would result in the closures of two fire companies - essentially, two fire apparatuses would be shut down and its firefighters reassigned within the agency. City officials note that no one would be laid off and that no firehouses would close permanently, though houses would close on a rotating basis to reduce spending on overtime.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | September 25, 1992
A mare matchup, Brilliant Brass vs. Wood So, and a battle between fillies Deputation and Star Minister might be the most exciting races tomorrow on the Maryland Million card.But the most anticipated event might be Timely Warning's quest for a third win in the Maryland Million Classic.Track oddsmaker Eric Johnston added some drama to the race yesterday when he installed Baron de Vaux, last year's third-place finisher, as a slight 3-1 favorite over Timely Warning at 7-2 odds.Timely Warning, who has won only one race this year, drew th No. 3 post position in the eight-horse field.
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By SANDRA MCKEE and SANDRA MCKEE,SUN REPORTER | October 8, 2005
Philadelphia Park-based trainer Marty Ciresa returns to the Maryland Million Day races with the favorite in the $250,000 Classic this afternoon, but he has no trouble recalling his feelings from the days when he didn't even have an entry. "I remember when I would have died to have had a horse in the Classic," said Ciresa, whose Presidentialaffair is the favorite today at Laurel Park to repeat his victory of a year ago. "With a horse like Presidentialaffair, I know there is more pressure because people expect him to win," he said.
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By Dale Austin | September 10, 1990
Timely Warning held off his more highly regarded stablemate Master Speaker in the stretch at Pimlico Race Course yesterday and won the $200,000 Budweiser Maryland Classic.The victory for Timely Warning, ridden by Craig Perret, headed the fifth Maryland Million Day program limited to offspring of Maryland sires. The card yesterday attracted 22,108 customers and $2,257,892; it was the event's second-highest crowd and the third-best mutuel handle.The victory in the feature gave Perret a 3-2 edge over Julie Kronin a friendly rivalry between the two jockeys from the New York/New Jersey circuit.
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By Marty McGee | September 9, 1991
After six runnings, the Maryland Million still is a novelty, but yesterday's renewal at Pimlico Race Course was old news in many respects.Timely Warning won the program's richest event, the $200,000 Maryland Classic, marking the third straight winner in the race for owner Anderson Fowler, 80, and trainer Virgil "Buddy" Raines, 81.The triumph for Timely Warning, a gelding whose 1990 Classic victory followed stablemate Master Speaker in 1989, waspreceded by...
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By Marty McGee and Marty McGee,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 31, 1990
LAUREL -- It's a little track with few pretensions, but at least one race has drawn the big horses.Today's $40,000 Marlboro Cup, richest event at Marlboro Race Track, has attracted an unusually strong field. Five stakes winners, including Timely Warning and Baldski's Choice, are in a field of older runners as the Upper Marlboro track plays host to the second of two autumn programs."We'll definitely run," said Curtis Burns, assistant to Virgil "Buddy" Raines, who trains Timely Warning. "The surface is supposed to be good, with little danger of him getting hurt.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | September 30, 1993
Two former Maryland-bred champions -- Little Bold John and Timely Warning -- who were being prepared to run in the eighth Maryland Million at Laurel Race Course on Oct. 9, have been retired.Jerry Robb, owner-trainer of Little Bold John, said he had entered the 11-year-old gelding in six different races in the past couple of weeks. Robb had wanted the horse to have a prep race, but none of the races was run because of lack of entries.The plan was to start "LBJ" for a $14,500 claiming tag so he would be eligible for the Maryland Million Starter Race.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | October 6, 1993
The Maryland Million spirit is everywhere these days at Laurel Race Course.Even Cellular One, the maker of a one-minute documentary-style television commercial that will air for a year in Maryland beginning Oct. 18, was in the swing of things yesterday at the track.Cellular One opted to use Timely Warning, winner of the Maryland Million Classic in 1990 and 1991, as the featured horse in the black-and-white commercial that follows a day in the life of a jockey and talks about a commitment to winning in relationship to the company's product.
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By Marty McGee | September 12, 1990
Mike Luzzi was back riding at Pimlico Race Course yesterday, and he wasted little time resuming what has been one of the best streaks of his life.Luzzi, aboard favored Diangle in the third race, returned to the winner's circle smiling and waving his whip after the gelding defeated 11 other maidens. It was Luzzi's second mount since he took two weeks off -- one for his honeymoon and the other for a seven-day suspension.Before leaving, Luzzi, 20, won the $350,000 Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash Aug. 18 at Pimlico on Northern Wolf.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | October 6, 1993
The Maryland Million spirit is everywhere these days at Laurel Race Course.Even Cellular One, the maker of a one-minute documentary-style television commercial that will air for a year in Maryland beginning Oct. 18, was in the swing of things yesterday at the track.Cellular One opted to use Timely Warning, winner of the Maryland Million Classic in 1990 and 1991, as the featured horse in the black-and-white commercial that follows a day in the life of a jockey and talks about a commitment to winning in relationship to the company's product.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | September 30, 1993
Two former Maryland-bred champions -- Little Bold John and Timely Warning -- who were being prepared to run in the eighth Maryland Million at Laurel Race Course on Oct. 9, have been retired.Jerry Robb, owner-trainer of Little Bold John, said he had entered the 11-year-old gelding in six different races in the past couple of weeks. Robb had wanted the horse to have a prep race, but none of the races was run because of lack of entries.The plan was to start "LBJ" for a $14,500 claiming tag so he would be eligible for the Maryland Million Starter Race.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | September 25, 1992
A mare matchup, Brilliant Brass vs. Wood So, and a battle between fillies Deputation and Star Minister might be the most exciting races tomorrow on the Maryland Million card.But the most anticipated event might be Timely Warning's quest for a third win in the Maryland Million Classic.Track oddsmaker Eric Johnston added some drama to the race yesterday when he installed Baron de Vaux, last year's third-place finisher, as a slight 3-1 favorite over Timely Warning at 7-2 odds.Timely Warning, who has won only one race this year, drew th No. 3 post position in the eight-horse field.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | September 23, 1992
One of the first things Buddy Raines did when he arrived for the Maryland Million yesterday was throw away a box of salt.It is one of the ingredients Raines uses in a special recipe, which includes sorghum, molasses, flax seed and a touch of garlic, that he feeds his horses."
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | September 14, 1992
Two-time winner Timely Warning is among the 201 horses that have been pre-entered for the 12-race Maryland Million card Sept. 26 at Pimlico Race Course.An extra race for 2-year-old maidens at a mile on the turf has been added and a steeplechase race, inaugurated a year ago, also will be run again.Midas and Baron de Vaux, runners-up to Timely Warning in the Budweiser Maryland Classic last year, also have been pre-entered.The 5-year-old mare Brilliant Brass, a multiple stakes winner this year, is cross-entered in two races -- the Distaff Handicap, a sprint for 3-year-old fillies and mares -- and the Classic, where she would face males for the first time in her career.
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By Norris P. West | January 20, 1992
Never mind that Martin Luther King Jr. was the subject of his sermon just six days earlier. The Rev. Raymond Kelly Jr. on Saturday was putting the finishing touches on another service to commemorate the famed civil rights leader."
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | September 23, 1992
One of the first things Buddy Raines did when he arrived for the Maryland Million yesterday was throw away a box of salt.It is one of the ingredients Raines uses in a special recipe, which includes sorghum, molasses, flax seed and a touch of garlic, that he feeds his horses."
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Evening Sun Staff | September 9, 1991
A bunch of old friends met in the winner's circle at the Maryland Million yesterday -- and those were just the horses.Safely Kept and Countus In, familiar enough to be regarded as old pals to Maryland bettors, became three-time winners in their respective races, the $100,000 Distaff Sprint and the $150,000 Ladies Turf Stakes.Safely Kept paid $2.60 for a winning $2 ticket; Countus In returned $3.Owner Anderson Fowler of Far Hills, N.J., won his third consecutive $200,000 Maryland Million Classic.
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By Marty McGee | September 9, 1991
After six runnings, the Maryland Million still is a novelty, but yesterday's renewal at Pimlico Race Course was old news in many respects.Timely Warning won the program's richest event, the $200,000 Maryland Classic, marking the third straight winner in the race for owner Anderson Fowler, 80, and trainer Virgil "Buddy" Raines, 81.The triumph for Timely Warning, a gelding whose 1990 Classic victory followed stablemate Master Speaker in 1989, waspreceded by...
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Evening Sun Staff | September 9, 1991
A bunch of old friends met in the winner's circle at the Maryland Million yesterday -- and those were just the horses.Safely Kept and Countus In, familiar enough to be regarded as old pals to Maryland bettors, became three-time winners in their respective races, the $100,000 Distaff Sprint and the $150,000 Ladies Turf Stakes.Safely Kept paid $2.60 for a winning $2 ticket; Countus In returned $3.Owner Anderson Fowler of Far Hills, N.J., won his third consecutive $200,000 Maryland Million Classic.
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