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If you know the name Temple Gwathmey, chances are it's the steeplechase race that comes to mind. But long before the race, the man (James Temple Gwathmey) was a major owner, sportsman and businessman. When he died in 1924, his friends created a race and a memorial fund in his name. Both continue today. We talk to his great-grandsons Ned and Temple Grassi, plus get some insight into the National Steeplechase Foundation from Charlie Fenwick and check in with Doug Fout about the Middleburg Spring Races. 

Presented by the Maryland Horse Industry Board and Brown Advisory.

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