Brereton C. Jones

Big Mo carries into new year for Airdrie Stud

Mr. and Mrs. Brereton C. Jones’ Airdrie Stud had a big year in 2010, when the farm’s top stallion, Indian Charlie, was represented by unbeaten 2-year-old male champion Uncle Mo and Jones himself was a finalist in the outstanding breeder category for the Eclipse Awards. But the farm has gotten off to a strong start […]

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Adena Springs Leading Breeder For Eighth Consecutive Year

Press Release Adena Springs finished 2010 as the leading individual breeder in North America with earnings of $13,369,852, according to statistics released today by The Jockey Club Information Systems Inc. (TJCIS). In topping the list for the eighth consecutive year, Adena Springs bred the winners of 506 races from 3,661 starts and was followed by […]

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Keeneland presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Breeding Brilliance

It might come as a surprise to some that horses bred by Brereton C. Jones have won more American Graded Stakes races than any other breeder in North America. So far this year, the master of Airdrie Stud has bred four winners of 10 AGS races, three more than Edward P. Evans, who bred four […]

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Airdrie Stud announces stud fees for 2011

Press Release Highlighted by a new Breeder Incentive Plan that rewards clients for paying early and/or purchasing multiple seasons to the same stallion, Brereton and Elizabeth Jones’s Airdrie Stud has announced their 2011 stud fees.  The farm’s top Stallion, INDIAN CHARLIE, fresh off his juvenile son Uncle Mo’s undefeated season that culminated in a dominant […]

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BREEDERS’ CUP OR BUST: HORSING AROUND IN OKLAHOMA

By Ray Paulick Please click here to donate to Breeders’ Cup Charities benefiting the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund and V Foundation for Cancer Research. Give a minimum of one penny per mile and you will be eligible for a drawing to win one of 10 Breeders’ Cup caps to be signed by the winning jockeys […]

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HUNDLEY OF SAXONY FARM DIES; CHASED HIS DREAM TO KENTUCKY

By Ray Paulick I awoke to the sad news Wednesday morning that Bruce Hundley had passed away at the age of 67. Hundley fulfilled a dream he had as a young boy when he left his native Louisiana and moved to Kentucky after college and service in the United States Marines to establish Saxony Farm […]

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POLITICKING FOR BREEDERS’ CUP BOARD AT WARP SPEED

  Phone lines in Central Kentucky have been burning up among the nearly 50 incumbent and newly elected members and trustees of the Breeders’ Cup, who will be responsible for electing seven individuals to the 14 member operating board of directors in Lexington, Ky., on Friday. Five members of the board — Antony Beck, current […]

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