“ We were smart enough,
to be naïve enough, to not know
what we could not accomplish” - Kevin Plank
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Margaret Emerson Vanderbilt establishes the dynasty at Sagamore Farm.
Twenty-one year old Alfred G. Vanderbilt II leaves Yale his junior year to run Sagamore Farm.
Native Dancer wins both the Preakness and Belmont Stakes. Finishes career winning 21 of 22 races.
Native Dancer is inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame.
Scenes from Barry Levinson's classic Diner are filmed at Sagamore Farm.
Kevin Plank, Maryland Native and founder of Under Armour purchases the farm, and Bourbon Maid gets the first win at Sagamore racing in decades.
Shared Account wins the $2 million Grade I Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Turf at Churchill Downs.
Tom oversees the day-to-day mission of the Farm to breed, raise and race thoroughbreds that win at horse racing's highest level while maintaining and preserving the rich and storied tradition of the Sagamore Farm.More About Tom
Kevin Plank purchased Sagamore Farm in 2007. His passion for Maryland and Thoroughbred racing led him to implement a long-term restoration plan of the historic facility. His goal is to utilize Sagamore Farm as a platform to bring energy and winning back to Maryland thoroughbred racing and ultimately breed the next Triple Crown Winner.More About Kevin
Just out of high school Feld began hot walking, then grooming horses for his brother Jude who was a trainer on the Southern California circuit. It was at this time that Feld decided he wanted to learn the horse business from the bottom rung up. His first foray into bloodstock came while looking for diamond-in-the-rough type claims while rubbing five horses a day in his brother's shed row.More About Bob
Ignacio Correas, IV joined the Sagamore Farm team as lead trainer in 2009. Ignacio oversees all training operations at Sagamore Farm and prepares the horses daily work out schedules, helps determine race entries and is responsible for the health of the horses.More About Ignacio
Graham Motion, based in Fair Hill, Md., serves as an additional trainer for Sagamore Farm. He trains Sagamore Farm's Shared Account, the 2010 Breeders' Cup Fillies and Mare Turf (G1) World Champion. His Fair Hill based horse, Animal Kingdom, won the 2011 Kentucky Derby.More About Graham