Thoroughbred Racing Commentary featured the Man o’War Project, on September 23, 2019.

An excerpt follows: The Baltimore County Equine Center is found in a corner of the Maryland countryside that looked on a recent sunbaked July morning as though it had been torn from a John Henry Twachtman painting, a delirious quilt of yellows and greens and browns, hawks circling the thermals and honey bees gorging on pollen in the hazy golden sunlight.

“Yeah, it’s really beautiful here,” said a county employee who volunteers at the center, during a tour of its broader 150-acre agricultural playground, the Maryland Agriculture and Farm Park — the “Ag Center” — a place where experimental crops are grown, beehives kept, and produce for nearby soup kitchens reared in bulging glasshouses. “It’s just kind of perfect, isn’t it?”

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