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New Commercial — HOF Bloodlines

Brittany Farms' impact on the breed is perhaps best measured by the Hall of Fame horses it has bred or owned — 17 in all! Click "Read More" below to watch the spot and see the horses.

World Champion American Ideal Dies

World Champion racehorse and sire American Ideal, a dual hemisphere stallion managed by Brittany Stallion Management, died on Jan. 29 at the age of 22. He stood at Blue Chip Farms in the U.S. and Llowalong Farms in Australia.

Pebble Beach Added To HOF

The recent update to the Brittany Farms Hall Of Fame page here on the website includes the addition of Brittany bred, raised and sold Pebble Beach, a $1.7-million earner and 3-Year-Old Champion who now stands his second season at stud.

Pebble Beach Added To HOF

The recent update to the Brittany Farms Hall Of Fame page here on the website includes the addition of Brittany bred, raised and sold Pebble Beach, a $1.7-million earner and 3-Year-Old Champion who now stands his second season at stud.

Hambo Oaks Winner No. 6?

Is she on her way to becoming the sixth Hambletonian Oaks winner bred by Brittany Farms? Only fate will tell, but Pizzelle has put herself into the conversation with her win in the $428,000 Goldsmith Maid 2YO Filly Trot at the Meadowlands.

Twin B Joe Fresh Defeats Elders

Three-year-old pacing filly Twin B Joe Fresh p, 3,1:48.2 ($1,440,203), among the 47 millionaires bred by Brittany Farms, took on older mare pacers in the $175,000 FanDuel Open Mare Pace at the Meadowlands last Saturday and proved much the best.

American Ideal: NYSS Opens Eligibility

The New York Sire Stakes program has changed eligibility requirements beginning with the 2024 breeding season, and for the state’s leading money-winning pacing sire American Ideal, it opens up a world of opportunity.

Perfect Sting Bookings To Deo Volente

Brittany Stallion Management and the Perfect Sting Syndicate announced that 2024 bookings to 2 and 3YO Champion Perfect Sting should be directed to Deo Volente Farms for the 2024 breeding season, and not to Brittany Stallion Management as before.

Brittany Millionaire No. 46

With $1,160,575 now on her card, Special Way 2,1:52; 3,1:51.2-’23 became the 46th million dollar-plus winner bred by Brittany Farms or Brittany Farms and Partners, thanks to her recent victory in the elim of the Breeders Crown 3-Year-Old Filly Trot.

A Leading Seller In Lexington

Brittany Farms ranked among the top three consignors by yearling average at the just-concluded Lexington Selected Yearling Sale, at $99,316. The farm’s sale-topper was the colt Wavemaker at $300,000.

Triumphant Return For Special Way

Last year’s Dan Patch Champion Special Way 3,1:51.2 ($887,475), bred by Brittany Farms, made a triumphant return to the racetrack, winning her $80,000 Kentucky Sire Stakes Championship Division 3-Year-Old Filly Trot at the Red Mile on Labor Day.

Yearling Videos Now Available

The new fall season of one of harness racing’s most popular series has arrived, as “Britflix” yearling videos are now available for streaming on-demand by clicking on the link in the maroon bar above or on "Read More" below.

Selling 3 Yearlings At Blooded Horse Sale

Brittany Farms will be selling 3 dual-eligible yearlings at the Blooded Horse Sale’s Aug. 30 Mixed Sale, to be held in Springfield, Ohio. The yearlings are consigned by Spring Haven Farms, agent. Click "read more" below for pedigrees and videos.

‘Strongest Ever’ Roster Now Available

The roster of yearlings that will be offered by Brittany Farms and Brittany Farms and Partners at the Lexington Selected Yearling Sale this fall are now available for review. Up-to-date pedigrees are linked; videos will be added later this summer.

Bringing You The Best In Racing!

Brittany Farms has a long history of shared success with the harness racing industry, and the farm is pleased to “give back” by proudly sponsoring the upcoming North America Cup at Woodbine-Mohawk and many more classic events.

Stakes Success For Brittany-Bred Fillies

A pair of Brittany-bred sophomore distaffers — Special Way and Hungry For Love — won their respective sire stakes races at the Meadowlands and Harrah's Philadelphia last weekend in impressive fashion.

Good News For NZ Breeders

Prospects for the Southern Hemisphere’s upcoming breeding season got much brighter after Brittany Farms announced that frozen semen from champion pacer Perfect Sting and the late, great trotting sire Cantab Hall will be available there this fall.

Special Way Is On Her Way

Brittany Farms-bred Special Way 2,1:52 ($712,745), last year’s richest and fastest 2-year-old filly trotter and Dan Patch Champion, embarked on her journey to hopefully bigger and better things with a win in her first start of the year.

Baby Boom On Its Way

The 2023 foaling season has started at Brittany Farms, as under the watchful eyes of our veteran crew the stars of tomorrow are born to what is perhaps the most select broodmare band in all of harness racing. First out: a royally-bred Walner filly.

Brittany To Close… But Not Yet

Brittany Farms owner George Segal, along with farm manager Art Zubrod and his wife Leah Cheverie, recently announced plans to close the farm in the fall of 2025, after that year’s yearling consignment is sold at the Lexington Selected Sale.