Sean Feld

First Foal Is A Colt For Maryland Stallion Editorial

The first foal by Editorial, a winning half-brother to champion Uncle Mo, was born earlier this month, when the No Armistice mare Sweet Valor had a colt at Country Roads Farm in Warwick, Md. Sweet Valor, a winner in two of 14 career starts in Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, is from the family of Grade […]

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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: Not A Horse But A Dog

What has four legs, a tail and is preparing to make his first start for a group of Thoroughbred owners headed up by bloodstock agent Sean Feld? If you guessed “a Thoroughbred” or even “a racehorse,” surprisingly you’d be wrong. Feld and a group of 16 investors are eagerly awaiting the first lifetime start for […]

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Editorial, Half-Brother To Uncle Mo, To Stand For Climax Stallions In 2018

Editorial, a 3-year-old half-brother to super-sire Uncle Mo, by sire of sires War Front, has been acquired by Climax Stallions and will stand in North America for the 2018 breeding season. From an exceptional family, Editorial retires from racing with a 1-1- 0 record out of 2 starts. Climax Stallions, who syndicate each of their […]

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G1 Winner Haynesfield Relocating To California’s Climax Stallions

Grade One winning millionaire Haynesfield has been acquired by Climax Stallions, a new venture of Bob and Sean Feld, and will be relocated to Rancho San Miguel for the 2017 breeding season. “We are very excited to offer Haynesfield, a leading son of Speightstown, to California breeders. Speightstown is quickly becoming a sire of sires […]

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At The Sale: Feld Launches State Of The Art Website To Support Thoroughbred Auctions

At The Sale has announced it is launching the beta version of its new, cutting edge website platform to coincide with this year’s annual Fasig-Tipton October yearling sale in Lexington, Kentucky. At The Sale’s mission statement is twofold. Primarily its goal is to bring buyers and sellers together worldwide thereby expanding and enhancing the […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: Feld Feels ‘Warm And Fuzzy’ About Miss Temple City

Lifelong horseman Bob Feld is primarily known for his strengths in the sales ring. Together with his son Sean, Feld has been responsible for purchase, claiming, or matings behind Grade 1 winners Beholder, Action This Day, Balance, Bradester, Centralinteligence, Melatonin, and Adoration, among others. But when Miss Temple City came home a head in front […]

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G2 Winner Zivo Retired To Stand In New York For 2016

Thomas Coleman’s New York-bred, Grade II winning Zivo has been recently retired to stud at Irish Hill Century Farm in Saratoga Springs, NY. Trained by New York native and leading trainer Chad Brown, Zivo was a nine-time winning millionaire, whose career defining win came in the Grade II Suburban where he defeated Graded Stakes winners […]

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Fresh Faces: Sean Feld

This week, the Paulick Report is launching a new series interviewing young people in the Thoroughbred industry. Despite the recent economic recession and resulting shrinking of the Thoroughbred industry, some members of Generation Y are choosing to launch careers in racing. Each week, we will ask these young professionals what issues they’re most concerned about, […]

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Bullet Train Relocates From Wintergreen to Crestwood Farm

Bullet Train (GB) (Sadler’s Wells–Kind {Ire}, by Danehill), the group-winning three-parts brother to world champion Frankel (GB) (Galileo {Ire}), will stand the 2014 breeding season at Pope McLean’s Crestwood Farm near Lexington. The 6-year-old stallion previously stood at Wintergreen Stallion Station. “Bullet Train is a proud addition to the Crestwood Farm stallion roster,” said McLean. […]

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