Pennsylvania breeding

Uncle Lino Retired To Stand At Pennsylvania’s Northview Stallion Station

Track record-setting, Grade 1-placed Uncle Lino, the first son of red-hot young sire Uncle Mo to stand in the Mid-Atlantic region, is set to enter stud at Northview Stallion Station in Peach Bottom, Pa. His stud fee is $4,000 live foal. “Northview has been looking extremely hard for a son of Uncle Mo,” said Northview […]

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Pennsylvania Trainer Dennis Mills Dies Age 63

Trainer Dennis Mills passed away in his home at age 63 on Jan. 2, according to legacy.com. Along with his father, Mills operated Willow Tree Farm for more than 40 years, breeding and training Thoroughbred racehorses on the Hellam, Penn. property. Mills raced the majority of his horses at Pennsylvania tracks, even winning the first […]

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(UPDATED) Wolf: Statutory Change Needed To Restart Pennsylvania Breeder Awards

There does not appear to be immediate relief in sight for Pennsylvania breeders whose incentive awards were cut off earlier this year by what is being called an inadvertent change in wording of legislation that was widely supported by the Thoroughbred industry. At least that’s what Gov. Tom Wolf said in an Aug. 5 letter […]

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Pennsylvania Breeders ‘Crippled’ By Holdup In Incentive Award Payments

It was all smiles on Feb. 23 when Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf was surrounded by members of the Thoroughbred industry as he signed HB941 into law, creating a new racing commission and an accompanying funding mechanism. Little did Pennsylvania breeders know that same bill included language changing the qualification language for incentive awards for horses […]

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Page McKenney Honored As Pennsylvania-Bred Horse Of The Year

Page McKenney (Eavesdropper – Winning Grace, by Yarrow Brae) was recently honored as the 2015 Pennsylvania-bred Horse of the Year. The gelding’s 5-year-old season consisted of back-to-back scores at Laurel in the John B. Campbell Handicap and Harrison E. Johnson Memorial Stakes, as well as back-to-back scores in the Richard W. Small and Swatara Stakes, […]

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Northview PA To Host Open House Jan. 9

Northview PA’s Open House will be held Saturday, January 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the farm in Peach Bottom, Pa. It’s the perfect opportunity to inspect the top-ranked stallions in the region, check out young exciting prospects, and firm up mating plans for 2016. Jump Start, the Mid-Atlantic region’s leading sire, enters […]

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Pants On Fire To Pennsylvania’s Diamond B Farm For 2016

Multiple graded stakes winner Pants on Fire has been retired and will stand the 2016 breeding season at Diamond B Farm in Mohrsville, Pennsylvania. A 7-year-old son of Jump Start, Pants on Fire won 11 of 35 career starts and earned $1,641,375. Trained by Kelly Breen for George and Lori Hall, Pants of Fire won […]

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Multiple Stakes Winner Senor Swinger Relocates To Florida For 2016

Multiple graded stakes winner of nearly $1M dollars, Señor Swinger, will relocate to La Mancha Farm in Ocala, Florida for the 2016 breeding season, as property of Michael V. Laurato. The 16.3 hand Grade II winning son of El Prado out of the triple stakes producing Kris S mare, Smooth Swinger, has been acquired from […]

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Parx Racing Honors Top Pennsylvania Performers For 2014

PJG Stable’s Favorite Tale was honored as the top thoroughbred in Pennsylvania for 2014 at a banquet held Wednesday night at Parx.  The 3-year-old gelded son of Tale of the Cat capped off a magnificent season with a resounding win Sept. 20 in the track’s top sprint race for 3yo’s, the G3 Gallant Bob Stakes.  […]

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Real Solution, Divine Fortune Among 2014 PA-Bred Champions

The Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association has named its champions and leaders for 2014. Pennsylvania-breds had a record-breaking year in 2014 as a total of 54 were stakes winners, a new single-season total. Nine were graded or group winners, led by Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s homebred turf star Real Solution and William L. Pape and Jonathan […]

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