Glen Hill Farm

Family Matters Guts Out Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Turf Win

Family Matters, a sixth generation homebred for Glen Hill Farm, edged away near the wire following a thrilling stretch duel with Frosty Friday to win the Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Turf by a neck Saturday at Gulfstream Park for trainer Tom Proctor. The Filly & Mare Turf for females 4 and up at 1 […]

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French Import Azaelia Seeking First Stakes Victory in Tropical Park Oaks

French import Azaelia will seek to build on her first U.S. victory when she takes on 13 other 3-year-old fillies in the $75,000 Tropical Park Oaks, scheduled for 1 1/16 miles on turf. “She’s been training great. She’s up at Payson Park,” trainer Shug McGaughey said. “She’s done everything great. So far, so good,” Azaelia […]

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Full Sister To Minding Among Group Of Well-Bred Fillies Acquired From Coolmore By U.S. Partnership

A two-year-old full sister to dual classic winner Minding is one of several racing-age fillies and broodmares recently acquired from Coolmore by a U.S. partnership consisting of Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms, Glen Hill Farm and Heider Family Stables. According to an article in the Racing Post, John Sikura of Hill ‘n’ Dale and Craig Bernick of Glen Hill confirmed […]

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More Stalls, Fewer Races: Possible Solutions To California Racing’s Problems

Hollywood Park’s 2013 closure was symptomatic of the state of California racing, according to journalist Daniel Ross. He’s taken an in-depth statistical look at some of the state’s major issues, and sought out the opinions of major racing figures on how those issues might be solved. Stall space is one of the largest issues, reports […]

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Double Diamond Farm, Glen Hill Farm, Payton Training Center Join Ocala Initiative

Double Diamond Farm has donated a total of $20,000 and Glen Hill Farm and Payton Training Center have both committed $10,000 to the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation’s Ocala Initiative. The growing list of supporters also includes Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co., the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners Association (FTBOA), and Ocala Stud. The Grayson-Jockey Club Research […]

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Racing Industry Forum: Unity Needed In Order To Make Further Progress

While acknowledging that progress has been made in areas such as marketing major events and medication, several industry leaders said during a panel discussion held at Keeneland that “greater unity is needed” in order to make further progress. The Blood-Horse reports that Keeneland hosted the panel discussion, “The State of the American Thoroughbred Industry”, on Jan. […]

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Leonard Lavin To Receive Eclipse Award Of Merit

In a career marked by enduring accomplishments in racing, breeding and devotion to the Thoroughbred industry, the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA), Daily Racing Form and the National Turf Writers And Broadcasters today announced that Leonard Lavin of Glen Hill Farm will be honored with the Eclipse Award of Merit for a lifetime of outstanding […]

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Bernick: California Racing ‘A Mess’ As North And South Compete For Horses

Glen Hill Farm’s Craig Bernick noted that Californian horse racing has experienced a banner year in 2015, with American Pharoah taking down the Triple Crown, Beholder winning the Pacific Classic, and California Chrome second in the Dubai World Cup, among others. However, in the Thoroughbred Daily News, Bernick reports that the state’s numbers have actually […]

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Geldings: Does The Ultimate Equipment Change Actually Impact Performance?

As rules surrounding the reporting of a horse’s first start as a gelding have changed around the country recently, handicappers have formed opinions about whether or not to bet geldings — and when. It’s well-accepted among horsemen that gelding a horse has its benefits, but does it actually result in an improved performance? Statistics have […]

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