Goncalo Torrealba

G1 Winner Funtastic Retired To Three Chimneys For 2019

Three Chimneys Farm announced today that Grade 1 winner Funtastic, raced by the Torrealba family, will take up stud duty at Three Chimneys for the 2019 breeding season. “We have enjoyed immeasurable success from the family of Horses of the Year Gun Runner and Saint Liam,” said Three Chimneys chairman, Goncalo Torrealba. “Gun Runner took us on […]

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Grade 1 Winner Sharp Azteca Retired To Three Chimneys Farm

Three Chimneys announced on Saturday that 2017 Cigar Mile (G1) winner Sharp Azteca will take up stud duty at Three Chimneys Farm for a fee of $10,000 LFSN. The model of consistency as a racehorse, Sharp Azteca was on the board 14 times in 17 starts, with career earnings of $2,406,740. A five time Graded […]

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Three Chimneys Reveals 2019 Fees, Topped By Gun Runner At $70,000

Three Chimneys has announced its 2019 stallion roster and fees, led by 2017 Horse of the Year Gun Runner, who bred a full book of mares this year and whose fee remains unchanged at $70,000 LFS&N for his second season at stud. “We are very pleased at the performance of our stallions this past year, […]

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Tom Hamm Named Director Of Stallion Nominations At Three Chimneys

Three Chimneys Farm announced Friday that seasoned veteran horseman Tom Hamm will assume the role of Director of Stallion Nominations to handle season sales and bloodstock activity at the farm. With over 25 years of experience, Tom was first introduced to the business by his father, later becoming assistant trainer to his brother, Tim Hamm, […]

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UPDATE: Classic Winner Gun Runner To Stand At Three Chimneys After Pegasus World Cup; Stud Fee Set At $70,000

Three Chimneys announced today that Leading Horse of the Year candidate and 5 time Grade 1 winner Gun Runner will stand the 2018 breeding season for a fee of $70,000 Live Foal Stands and Nurses. He will be available for special viewing this week at Three Chimneys from Wednesday through Friday, after which he will be […]

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Gun Runner A La Cria En Three Chimneys Farm Luego De Correr En Enero La Pegasus World Cup

Los propietarios del ganador de la Breeders’ Cup Classic y principal candidato para Caballo del Año Gun Runner, anunciaron hoy que el alazán prestará servicios como semental a partir de 2018 en Three Chimneys Farm luego de su próxima actuación en la Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1, $16,000,000). El caballo estará disponible para ser inspeccionado […]

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Regis Farms Dispersing All Stock At Keeneland November Sale; Three Chimneys To Consign

Nat Rea’s Regis Farms, LP announced today that it will offer a complete dispersal of its Thoroughbred bloodstock holdings at Keeneland’s 2015 November Breeding Stock Sale, to be held Nov. 2-14. Three Chimneys Farm has been selected to represent Regis Farms as consignor of the dispersal, which is comprised of 41 horses, including 15 broodmares, […]

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Baker Named Chief Operating Officer at Three Chimneys Farm

Chris Baker has accepted the position of Chief Operating Officer at Three Chimneys Farm, the farm announced today. Baker has over 30 years of experience in the Thoroughbred industry, most recently highlighted by 11 years as General Manager at Edward P. Evans’ Spring Hill Farm in Virginia, followed by two years in the same role […]

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Klebeck Joins Three Chimneys as CFO

The Clay and Borges-Torrealba families announced today that Tom Klebeck has been added to the Three Chimneys team as Chief Financial Officer. Klebeck replaces Mark Ackerman, who has served with distinction in the role for 15 years.  Ackerman will assist in the transition until the end of the year, then will focus on teaching at […]

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Brazil’s Borges Torrealba family invests in Three Chimneys

The Borges Torrealba family of Brazil has invested in Three Chimneys and is now a partner in the Midway, Ky., farm, according to the Thoroughbred Daily News. “Three Chimneys’ mission is always has been to attract the best horses and customers in the world,” Case Clay, farm president and son of owners Robert and Blythe […]

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