Two prominent properties on Ontario's Thoroughbred landscape – Park Stud and Joey Gee Thoroughbreds – have been put on the market, Canadian Thoroughbred reports.
Park Stud in Mono, Ontario is a 100-acre operation owned by Michael and Laurel Byrne. The farm is home to the young sire Frac Daddy, who has quickly made his way up Canada's stallion ranks.
The property includes two residences and an apartment over the garage and a detached office building. On the equine side, the farm features 31 stalls, including the large main barn, the four-stall stallion barn, and a 65 x 35-foot loafing barn.
The price for the property is available upon request.
Also on the market is Joe Guerrieri's Joey Gee Thoroughbreds, which comprises the former Gardiner Farms in Caledon, Ontario.
The 104.6-acre listing features three parts which can be purchased separately, or in whole.
The training center includes a half-mile outdoor training track and a quarter-mile indoor track, with over 40 stalls, three round pens, and 17 paddocks. It also has a pair of two-bedroom staff houses.
The broodmare barn portion of the property has 47 stalls, including four stallion stalls, and 15 turnout paddocks. Rounding out the slate is the foaling barn, which has 11 stalls plus one isolation stall, two large paddocks, and a separate three-bedroom bungalow home.
The property is listed for $4,695,000 Canadian.
Moffat Dunlap Realtor Brokerage has the listing for both properties.
Read more at Canadian Thoroughbred.
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