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Former NYRA Chairman Barry Schwartz, Wife Sheryl, Join Water Hay Oats Alliance

Barry K. Schwartz is an American businessman and Thoroughbred racehorse owner and breeder. He and his wife Sheryl share a love of the horse and thoroughbred racing. In 1968 Schwartz partnered with his childhood friend and fashion designer Calvin Klein to establish the clothing brand, Calvin Klein Inc. He became the Chairman and CEO of […]

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Multiple Stakes Winner Mei Ling Retired, Sold To Hill ‘N’ Dale

Stonewall Farms announced today the retirement and sale of multiple stakes winner Mei Ling, earner of over half a million dollars, to Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms. Mei Ling is by Empire Maker, sire of 11 Grade 1 Winners and 4 Champions, and out of a Seeking the Gold mare who is a half-sister to two […]

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Empire State: New York Breeders Make A Brand New Start Of It

When New York’s Thoroughbred Breeding and Development Fund was established in 1973, its goal was to expand the state’s green space by way of creating more horse farms. Take a drive Upstate, and you can see the results of that initiative. Still, the fund’s impact on the sport of Thoroughbred racing was muted at best in […]

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New Stonewall Owner Has Passion for Horse Business

Jose Luis Espinoza, the new owner of a horse farm in Midway, Ky., renamed Stonewall Dominion – formerly Stonewall Farm under the ownership of Richard and Audrey Haisfield and before that as E.K. Gaylord II’s Gaillardia Farm – is no stranger to the horse business, though he may be a newcomer to Kentucky. Espinoza’s Stonewall […]

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Big Drama to stand at Florida’s Stonewall Farm for $10,000

Big Drama, who was retired from racing following his seventh-place finish in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint, will stand at Ocala, Florida’s Stonewall Farm in 2012 for a stud fee of $10,000. The five-year-old’s career included 11 wins from 19 starts and a Breeders’ Cup championship in the 2010 Sprint.

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UPDATE: An official with the Breeders’ Cup confirmed that 385 foals sired by nine Stonewall Farm stallions may be in jeopardy of not being eligible for nomination to the Breeders” Cup because of delinquency in payment of stallion nominations. The official would not name the nine stallions. The original version of this article said between […]

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By Ray Paulick Thursday’s announcement by Walmac Farm of a “breeders stimulus plan” that allows breeders to pay 2009 stud fees from the proceeds of the sale of weanlings or yearlings is further proof that an increasing number of Kentucky’s stallion farms are recognizing mare owners as partners in their business. The steep declines in […]

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