John Greathouse

RIP David Greathouse, 63: ‘He Played All Aspects of the Game’

Horseman David Greathouse, who with brothers John, Allen and Edward Greathouse ran the family’s Glencrest Farm in Midway, Ky., died early Tuesday morning on what was his 63rd birthday. He was diagnosed in July with liver cancer. “As a horseman, there were no better,” said Kerry Cauthen, managing partner of Four Star Sales, an auction […]

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Devil May Care still struggling to recover

Devil May Care, the filly who finished 10th in last year’s Kentucky Derby, still faces complications from a non-catagious form of hepatitis.  Owner John Greathouse was hoping to have the daughter of Malibu Moon back on the track this year, but she has remained under medical observation in Florida. If Devil May Care fails to […]

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UPDATE: DEVIL WILL DERBY

Todd Pletcher seems torn as to the future of Devil May Care as they consider throwing her back into the Kentucky Oaks fold. After indicating that the filly would enter the Kentucky Derby and forego the Oaks, they are back to cross-entering the daughter of Malibu Moon. Glencrest Farm’s John Greathouse is leaving the […]

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HORSEMAN’S GUIDE TO PROTESTING

When horse people are told about demonstrations, they probably think about a salesman or company rep showing them how the newest product or gadget works in order for them to improve their business. But in the proud history of the United States, a different kind of demonstration has been a key part of protest movements […]

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OPEN LETTER TO DAVID WILLIAMS, FROM PROMINENT REPUBLICAN

Glencrest Farm is a family operation in the purest sense of the term. American as apple pie. Established by John Greathouse Sr. more than 50 years ago, Glencrest today is run by four sons, John, David, Allen and Edward, and the two daughters of John and Mary Allen Greathouse, Nancy and Margaret, also have played […]

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