Vinery Farm

Ludt Joins Stronach Group as Senior VP of Racing and Gaming

The Stronach Group is pleased to announce that Tom Ludt has agreed to join the Company as a Senior Vice President of the Racing and Gaming Group.  He joins us from Vinery Farms. Tom Ludt has been the President of Vinery Farm since 2004. In that role he oversaw the significant breeding operations Vinery owned […]

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For Sale: Vinery Farm Listed for a Cool $13.9M

Vinery Farm in Lexington, Ky., one of four U.S. properties under the Vinery banner, has been listed for sale for $13,970,000, according to a report in the Daily Racing Form. The sale is being handled by Prudential and A.S. de Movellan Real Estate in Lexington. Vinery Ky. is composed of 440 acres, and has been […]

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Ludt: No timeline or deadline for sale of Vinery

Tom Ludt, president of Vinery Ltd., took some time on the eve of the Keeneland September yearling sale to discuss the recent announcement that all of the farm’s North American assets are for sale in a package deal. The decision to put the operation on the market was made by the family of owner Dr. […]

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Vinery putting its U.S. operation up for sale

Dr. Tommy Simon is putting his entire United States Thoroughbred operation Vinery, Ltd. up for sale, the farm announced through a press release. Vinery, which owns major stallion and boarding farms in Kentucky and Florida, also leases two farms in New York. Simon also is a minority partner in Vinery Australia. That farm is not […]

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Fans flock to see Havre de Grace at meet and greet

Havre de Grace was once again the star of the show, when Fox Hill Farms made it possible for fans and friends to get an up-close look at her Saturday afternoon at a meet and greet at Vinery Farm near Lexington, KY. “We have always tried to be fan friendly,” said owner Rick Porter, “but […]

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  By Ray Paulick If I didn’t see it with my own eyes, I wouldn’t believe what happened in the sixth race at Keeneland on Wednesday, a day when nine Central Kentucky farms helped bring a little joy into the lives of some courageous young people and their families who were taking part in a […]

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