1st Annual Renaissance Awards

1st Annual Renaissance Awards

February 12, 2018 – Sagamore Pendry Baltimore

Pictured (LtoR) Phil Schoenthal, Maryland racehorse trainer; and Hunter Rankin, Sagamore Racing president

Pictured (LtoR) Isabella Czernia, Broad Creek Bloodstock barn assistant; and Tori DeVries, Broad Creek Bloodstock owner/breeder

Pictured (LtoR) Feargal Lynch, jockey of the year nominee; Pam Lynch, community volunteer; and Joe Pagliei, Stronach Group consultant

Pictured (LtoR) Kieron Magee, leading trainer nominee; and Kelly Magee, community volunteer

Pictured (LtoR) Lynn Contino, personal assistant to Larry Johnson of Legacy Farm; Michael Trompetta, leading trainer nominee; Marie Trompetta, community volunteer; and Tana Aubrey-Berge, longtime assistant to Michael Trompetta

Pictured (LtoR) Kevin Gomez, jockey; Victor Carrasco, jockey; Jevian Toledo, leading jockey nominee; and Jomar Torres, jockey

Pictured (LtoR) Dr. Michael Harrison, equine vet; Sally Ross, Baltimore area director of sales; and Bill Reightler, thoroughbred bloodstock & sales agent

Pictured (LtoR) Christine Gardner, EQR project manager; Dennis Potts, Orebanks farm manager; and Michael Merryman, Orebanks horse trainer/equine dentist

Folks involved in all aspects of Maryland’s thoroughbred horseracing industry gathered at the Sagamore Pendry for the first annual “Renaissance Awards,” where they first enjoyed a cocktail hour…

…before sitting down to dinner and finding out who would win awards for best trainer, jockey and Maryland owners.