Will Farish

Shug McGaughey Brings String To Oaklawn For First Time Since 1985

Five trainers inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame have strings this year at Oaklawn, including one whose rise to national prominence began more than 40 years ago in Hot Springs. Shug McGaughey has a division of horses at Oaklawn for the first time since 1985, when his major client was […]

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Bloodlines: Code Of Honor Stakes Out New Territory For Sire Line

Victory in the Grade 1 Travers Stakes at Saratoga made Code of Honor (by Noble Mission) the seventh colt of 2019 to win a G1 stakes in the States at nine furlongs or farther on dirt. The others are Maximum Security (Florida Derby, Haskell), Roadster (Santa Anita Derby), Omaha Beach (Arkansas Derby), Country House (Kentucky […]

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Derby Runner-Up Code Of Honor Has Matured Mentally And Physically Ahead Of G3 Dwyer

After being elevated to second in the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby, William Farish’s Code of Honor is making his anticipated reappearance to the races, cutting back in distance in the 103rd running of the Saturday’s Grade 3 $250,000 Dwyer, one of five graded stakes events scheduled for Saturday’s Stars & Stripes Racing Festival. The sophomore […]

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Owner, Breeder Everett Dobson To Succeed Will Farish As Keeneland Trustee

Prominent Thoroughbred owner and breeder Everett Dobson, who serves on the boards of several Thoroughbred industry organizations, has been appointed a Keeneland Trustee. Dobson succeeds Lane’s End Farm owner William S. Farish, who has been a Keeneland Trustee since 2006. Farish will remain on Keeneland’s Board of Directors. Dobson was named to Keeneland’s Board in […]

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Farish Homebred Direct Dial Wins Texas Horse Of The Year

William S. Farish’s homebred Direct Dial has been named the 2018 Texas Horse of the Year, the Texas Thoroughbred Association announced today. The Texas-bred colt also received Texas Champion 3-Year-Old Colt/Gelding honors for a season in which he hit the board in six of his eight starts while earning two stakes wins and $113,350. The […]

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Code Of Honor’s ‘Energy Level’ Doesn’t Satisfy McGaughey; Colt To Skip Remsen

After being forced to miss the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile when he developed a slight fever the night before the race, Code of Honor will also be skipping the G2 Remsen Stakes at Aqueduct this Saturday. According to drf.com, trainer Shug McGaughey wasn’t completely satisfied with the son of Noble Mission’s last work on Monday, nor was […]

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Champion West Coast To Stand At Lane’s End In 2019

Champion 3-year-old colt West Coast (Flatter-Caressing, by Honour and Glory), a dominant winner of both the Grade 1 Travers Stakes and G1 Pennsylvania Derby, will join the Lane’s End Farm stallion roster in 2019. West Coast was named champion 3-year-old colt after a 2017 season that was nothing short of outstanding. The handsome bay rolled […]

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Accelerate To Stand At Lane’s End Upon Retirement

Three-time Grade 1-winning multi-millionaire Accelerate (Lookin At Lucky—Issues, by Awesome Again) will stand at Lane’s End Farm upon retirement. “Accelerate has proven to be the best mile and a quarter horse in training in America,” said Bill Farish. “In his five starts this year, he’s won four, including three Grade 1s and has run three […]

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City Of Light To Stand At Lane’s End Upon Retirement

Multiple Grade 1-winning millionaire City of Light (Quality Road—Paris Notion, by Dehere) will join his sire Quality Road at Lane’s End Farm upon the conclusion of his racing career. “We are thrilled to have the best son by our top young stallion join our roster,” said Will Farish. “City of Light has a tremendous amount […]

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