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Kintz To Open Six K’s Training And Sales

Scott Kintz, an experienced horseman with nearly 30 years in the Thoroughbred industry, has announced he will be relinquishing his position as farm manager for Mandy Pope’s Whisper Hill Farm. In turn, Kintz has opened Six K’s Training & Sales, which will offer a full spectrum of services including breaking, training, lay-up, rehab, sales prep, […]

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Sippican Harbor Retired, Bred To Medaglia d’Oro

Grade 1 winner Sippican Harbor was retired from racing earlier this year, and she was bred last month to prominent sire Medaglia d’Oro. The news was initially reported by Tim Wilkin of the Albany Times Union. Sippican Harbor, a 3-year-old Orb filly, put herself on the radar among last year’s prominent juvenile fillies after a […]

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‘Plenty Of Emotion’ Behind Taylor Made Contender In Harness Stakes Race

He’s been immersed in the horse industry nearly his entire life, but Duncan Taylor admitted there is plenty of emotion involved when it applies to Lazarus N’s North American and Grand Circuit debut in the 25th edition of the $325,000 Dan Patch Stakes on Friday (Aug. 10) evening at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. “When […]

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Taylor Made Farm And ‘Tucky’ Chrome Team Up At BreyerFest

Taylor Made Farm’s newly elected mascot Kentucky “Tucky” Chrome will make his first appearance at BreyerFest 2018 this weekend at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky. The 200-pound mini version of two-time Horse of the Year and 2014 Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome will be meeting fans each day of the event starting Friday, […]

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Taylor Made Farm Purchases Famous New Zealand Standardbred

Taylor Made Farm, already established as a top breeding and sales operation for Thoroughbreds, has reportedly purchased one of New Zealand’s best harness horses. Harnesslink reports Taylor Made Stallions is the buyer on what is estimated at a $4 million deal for Lazarus, who has earned $3.8 million in the country. The report states Lazarus […]

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The Crowdfunded ‘People’s Horse,’ A California Chrome Filly, Due This Week

The California Chrome foal at the center of a crowdfunding racehorse ownership project is expected on the ground in Kentucky this week. Dubbed “The People’s Horse,” the filly out of a Taylor Made Farm mare is due to be born Friday as part of a collaboration between Taylor Made and the online adventure magazine, True.Ink. […]

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Taylor Made Announces Arrival Of Kentucky Chrome, Farm Mascot

Taylor Made’s Stallion Complex has a new arrival: Kentucky Chrome. The miniature version of two-time Horse of the Year and Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome will live alongside his full-size counterpart at Taylor Made Farm in Nicholasville, Ky. “With the outpouring of support and fan interest that California Chrome has received, we are excited to […]

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It’s A Boy! Two-Time Horse Of The Year California Chrome Officially A Father

California Chrome has officially become a father, reports Taylor Made Farm’s Twitter account. The two-time Horse of the Year’s first foal is a colt out of the multiple stakes-winning Ohio-bred millionaire Pay the Man (Bernstein), born Saturday night at Calumet Farm. Fan-favorite California Chrome (Lucky Pulpit – Love the Chase, by Not For Love) was […]

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Horse Country Debuts Interactive Handicapping 101 Experiences

Horse Country announced on Monday a new elevated experience offered by member Taylor Made Farm. With support from Daily Racing Form, which will supply copies of Daily Racing Form complimentary to all attendees, Taylor Made’s Phil Shelton will introduce the basics of horseracing handicapping. The experiences will be offered on limited dates: January 4th, February […]

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Tuition Assistance Program To Benefit From Sale Of Taylor Made Mare Sunday

Hip 1742 in the Keeneland November sale is the mare Dicey Flats, a daughter of Flatter in foal to Verrazano. Consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, proceeds from the mare’s sale will go to the Lexington Catholic high school tuition assistance program, reports bloodhorse.com. “The money is going for tuition assistance, for families who want their […]

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