Sea Of Clouds had two underwhelming starts on the flat before being retired at the start of his 3-year-old year. He was moved to Phillip Dutton’s True Prospect Farm in West Grove, PA where it became apparent he would makeRead More →

Zenyatta is a retired American champion Thoroughbred racehorse, winner of 19 consecutive races in a 20-race career. Owned by Jerry and Ann Moss, Zenyatta was trained by John Shirreffs and guided by jockey Mike Smith for 17 of 20 starts.Read More →

Independent George was larger than life, quirky and opinionated during his long racing career – an unforgettable character in every respect. The winner of multiple stakes races, he had his first start at Gulfstream Park as a 3-year-old in 2006Read More →

“Arctic Soul, owned by the Soul Syndicate, is now 17, having come out of racing as a 6-year-old in Ireland.  I got the ride on him when he was an 8-year-old and we went from strength to strength as aRead More →

“To be perfectly honest, Disco was a very fast racehorse and he never really wanted to be anything other than that. His retirement was plagued with injury issues and the fact he had the biggest, fastest spook of any horseRead More →

Multiple graded stakes winner Messi (GER) was a solid barn favorite while under the care of trainer Graham Motion at Herringswell Stables in Fair Hill, Maryland. Racing in Germany for the first three seasons of his career, his first startRead More →

Maryland Jockey Club outrider Kaymarie Kreidel and her gelding Witch Hunter made headlines in May, 2019 when they caught the runaway Bodexpress, who threw jockey John Velazquez as the gates opened in the 144th running of the Preakness Stakes. KaymarieRead More →

Count Your Pennies is by Aptitude, a son of A.P. Indy. She is out of the stakes-winning mare A Penny Saved and was bred by Coleswood Farm, Inc. (Jeff and Susan Runco). Jeff is a successful racehorse trainer with overRead More →

Purchased for $110,000 from the Keeneland Yearling Sale by Winstar Farm, Antimony was given to their trainer Destin Heath when a career on the racetrack did not pan out. Heath trained the gelding as a lead pony, and the pairRead More →

Better Talk Now and Gala Spinaway were both trained by Graham Motion and were the best of paddock buddies in their retirement. Gala Spinaway was a multiple graded stakes winner and Better Talk Now, a multiple Grade One stakes winner.Read More →

“Pirate” is an Illinois-bred Thoroughbred who had 10 starts on the track with very small earnings of $3,840.  I happened upon him in 2005 at a training facility when my mother was shopping for a student.  I knew from theRead More →

“I received a phone call last year from Paddy Nielson saying that he wanted me to have Whitey. As everyone knows Paddy was a legend in the horse world and I had the honor of hunting alongside him since 2003.Read More →

From the moment Quaint turned his first cow down the fence, South Dakota rancher Dale Simanton knew he had a real cow-horse on his hands. The 2012 gelding by Street Sense  became equally handy in the roping pen, making himselfRead More →

“I found Neville in Australia as a 3 year old after a very unremarkable racing carrier.  After negotiating his final purchase price down to $850, I started the process of re-starting his carrier as a three day event horse. AfterRead More →

“Andrew Motion sent Ben to me as a 4-year-old to see if I could teach him to jump and if he would be sellable as an event horse. Ben had all the attributes you look for in an event horse.Read More →

“At age 20, One Good Eye is on his fourth career as my three-day event horse. ‘Uno’ has given me opportunities I never imagined possible, and his quiet strength has been my saving grace more than once, both on andRead More →