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Harris Farms, Old English Rancho Enter Joint Operating Agreement

Combining over 100 years of leadership and excellence in California and national racing, John Harris’s Harris Farms and the Johnston’s family’s Old English Rancho are joining forces to keep California racing and breeding strong. Stallions to now all be located at the Harris Farms facility near I-5 about midway between the Bay Area and the […]

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Prospect Park To Stand At Harris Farms In California

Prospect Park, winner of the Grace 3 La Jolla Handicap at Del Mar, has been retired to stand at Harris Farms in Coalinga, Calif. The horse has been purchased by PVNC Stables LLC in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock. Prospect Park retires having won four of 18 starts and $539,770 in […]

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Majestic Harbor Moves To Harris Farms In California

Grade 1 winner Majestic Harbor will stand the 2019 breeding season at Harris Farms in Coalinga, Calif., for an advertised fee of $3,500. The 10-year-old son of Rockport Harbor previously stood at Swifty Farms in Indiana. His first foals are weanlings of 2018. Majestic Harbor won 10 of 42 starts during his on-track career for […]

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$250,000 Unusual Heat Colt Tops Barretts Select Yearling Sale

A colt from the final crop of the late Unusual Heat sent the perennial top California sire out on a high note Tuesday, leading the Barretts Select Yearling Sale at $250,000. The transaction highlighted a sale that saw significant gains in gross, average, and median, but a significantly higher buyback rate. Tuesday’s sale at Del […]

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Ministers Wild Cat Colt Tops CTBA Northern California Sale

A colt by Ministers Wild Cat brought a sale-topping $45,000 at Tuesday’s Northern California Yearling and Horses of Racing Age Sale at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, Calif. The high-bid yearling is out of the multiple stakes-winning Bold Badgett mare Bold Roberta and is a full brother to stakes winner Bella Luma. The colt […]

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Final Foal By Lucky Pulpit Born At Harris Farm In California

Lucky Pulpit’s only foal of 2018, and the final foal by the stallion, arrived at 8:35 p.m. on Jan. 31 at John Harris’ Harris Farm near Coalinga, California. The bay colt is out of the winning mare, Mother Luck (Street Sense x Alishir’s World). Mother Luck is a half-sister to multiple stakes winner and G1 […]

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Mr. Big Relocating To Harris Farm In 2018

Mr. Big, sire of Grade 3 Transylvania Stakes winner Big Score, will move to John Harris’ Farm near Coalinga, CA for the 2018 breeding season. Owned and campaigned by George Krikorian, the son of Dynaformer is out of the stakes winning G2 placed Fappiano mare, Fashion Delight. Mr. Big’s first two dams are both stakes […]

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$300,000 California-Bred Filly By Bodemeister Tops Barretts Select Yearling Sale At Del Mar

Barretts saw double-digit growth and an all-time high yearling price at its annual Select Yearling Sale at Del Mar on Tuesday when a California-bred filly by Bodemeister brought a session-topping $300,000 bid from Samantha Siegel’s Jay Em Ess Stable. The filly (Hip 78) was one of three California-breds who achieved six-figure prices and helped boost […]

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Un Potro Muy Peculiar Hace Realidad El Sueño De Un Propietario

Un potro casi blanco, con muy peculiares características, de la última producción de Lucky Pulpit, padre del campeón California Chrome, nació el pasado 19 de mayo en el Stone Bridge Farm en New York, en lo que puede ser interpretado como la contínua consecución de un sueño de su propietario/criador Gary Tolchin, desde que iba […]

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Leading California Sire Unusual Heat Dies At 27

Unusual Heat, the all time leading sire in California by Progeny Earnings died May 17 due to complications from arthritis-induced laminitis. He was 27. “It is with a very heavy heart that I have to report the passing of Unusual Heat today”, said Harris Auerbach, managing partner of the Unusual Heat Syndicate. “He gave so much […]

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