|Hopeful Stakes (1949)
Kentucky Derby (1950)
Belmont Stakes (1950)
|U.S. Champion 3-Yr-Old Colt (1951)
United States Horse of the Year (1951)
Ridden by 16-year-old apprentice jockey Bill Boland, and trained by Max Hirsch, both future U.S. Hall of Fame inductees, Middleground won the 1950 Kentucky Derby, finished second to Hill Prince after a rough trip in the Preakness Stakes, and won the Belmont Stakes.
- "Grave Matters Farm Index North America" (horse graves), Thoroughbred Heritage, 2005, webpage: TB-Graves.
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