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.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.