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Bettor’s Wish: Train keeps rollin’ -- Posted: 10 . 7 . 2019
Brittany bred-raised-sold Bettor’s Wish, the sport’s #1 ranked male pacer, continues to dominate his class after taking his sixth win in his last seven starts in a division of the $540,000 Tattersalls Pace at the Red Mile.   [read more]

Manchego now sport’s fastest female trotter -- Posted: 10 . 7 . 2019
There is perhaps no trotter at the top of its game now more than Manchego. She followed her 1:50.1f World Record victory in the Dayton Trotting Derby two weeks ago with a powerful 1:49 win in the Allerage Farms Open Mare Trot last Sunday at The Red Mile--making her the fastest filly or mare trotter in the sport’s history!   [read more]

Six Pack notches third World Record -- Posted: 10 . 7 . 2019
Six Pack--bred, raised, and sold as a yearling by Brittany Farms--notched his third career World Record when he captured the $145,000 Allerage Farms Open Trot at the Red Mile Grand Circuit meet last Saturday. Click "Read More" for race video.   [read more]

American Ideal: From Lexington to NYC -- Posted: 9 . 30 . 2019
American Ideal, New York’s number one money-winning pacing sire—and among the top three in North America—had yet another impressive siring weekend with his progeny making headlines from Lexington (American Mercury) to New York City (American History).   [read more]

Manchego gets her World Record -- Posted: 9 . 28 . 2019
Manchego, the 2-year-old Dan Patch Champion and 3-year-old Hambletonian Oaks winner, has earned nearly every accolade in trotting except for one. And by winning last night’s $171,250 Dayton Trotting Derby in 1:50.1, she is now officially a “World Champion.”   [read more]

Bettor’s Wish, Gai Waterhouse win KYSS Finals -- Posted: 9 . 16 . 2019
Brittany Farms yearlings offer the distinct advantage of being dual eligible, and the connections of Brittany-breds Bettor’s Wish and Gai Waterhouse took full advantage of the additional money-making opportunities that dual eligibility afforded them.   [read more]

Britflix! Yearling videos now available -- Posted: 9 . 3 . 2019
Individual videos for the 26 yearlings Brittany Farms will sell this fall are now available. They were produced by the highly regarded videographer Larry Cohen and are once again housed on our special “video-only” website, hosted by SmugMug. (Click Read More for the link.)   [read more]

American Ideal’s American Mercury wins Messenger -- Posted: 9 . 1 . 2019
After asserting his dominance in the New York Sire Stakes with five wins this season, American Ideal’s 3-year-old son American Mercury stepped up to the open ranks and won the $500,000 Messenger Stakes Final Saturday at Yonkers. (Click read more for video)   [read more]

Bettor’s Wish gets his win in $400k Milstein -- Posted: 8 . 11 . 2019
Bettor’s Wish, after near-miss seconds in the $1,000,000 North America Cup, $682,000 Meadowlands Pace and $285,000 Cane Pace, got his much-deserved win Saturday night in the $400,000 Milstein Memorial at Northfield Park.   [read more]

American Ideals steamroll through NYSS -- Posted: 8 . 8 . 2019
American Ideal is once again the leading money-winning active pacing sire in the U.S., with earnings of $8.7-million already this year. And for the fourth year in a row, he finds himself atop the New York Sire Stakes, with his 2 & 3YOs already making more than $1.3-million in the NYSS alone.   [read more]

Another Hambo Day score for Manchego -- Posted: 8 . 4 . 2019
A year after she won the $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks in near World Record time, Manchego appeared again on yesterday’s Hambletonian card at the Meadowlands to take an impressive wire-to-wire victory in the $186,000 Steele Memorial.   [read more]

Brittany-bred CaptainT’s sweep Kindergarten -- Posted: 7 . 22 . 2019
All of us at the farm were high on the Captaintreacherous yearlings we sold last fall, as they were an exceptional-looking group with the athleticism to match their pedigrees. And now, two of them are already making a statement as 2-year-olds, as Chief Mate and Captain Kirk, both trained by Tony Alagna, swept the two divisions of the Kindergarten Series 2YOCP at the Meadowlands last Friday.   [read more]

Brittany yearling roster and pedigrees now available -- Posted: 7 . 11 . 2019
The Brittany Farms 2019 yearling roster is now available here on the website’s “Sales” page. The sortable roster includes “live” TrackIt pedigrees for each horse. Videos will be added in early fall.   [read more]

American Ideal’s Shake That House wins Hempt -- Posted: 6 . 30 . 2019
American Ideal’s 3-year-old son Shake That House p,3,1:49f ($410,903) capped an incredible weekend by his sire by winning the $500,000 Max Hempt Memorial at Pocono Downs on Saturday night. Click > read more for video.   [read more]

Records fall for pair of American Ideals -- Posted: 6 . 29 . 2019
Two horses by Brittany Stallion Management’s American Ideal--the 5YO mare Tequila Monday and 3YO gelding American Mercury--established a World Record, new Yonkers track records and North American season’s records over the last two days.   [read more]

Don’t Let’em back on the Hambo trail -- Posted: 6 . 24 . 2019
Don’t Let’em 2,1:51.4; 3,1:51.3 ($254,367), bred, raised and sold as a yearling by Brittany Farms, served notice that he’s back among the top contenders for this year’s million-dollar Hambletonian after a sensational performance at the Meadowlands last Friday night.   [read more]

American Ideal to Australia for SH season -- Posted: 6 . 17 . 2019
American Ideal, who stands at Blue Chip Farms in New York, will slightly alter his flight plans for the upcoming 2019-20 southern hemisphere breeding season. In previous down under seasons he stood at Woodlands Stud in New Zealand; but this year he will stand in Australia at Northern Rivers Equine.   [read more]

Brittany B/R/S Bettor’s Wish wins $300k Rooney -- Posted: 5 . 28 . 2019
Perhaps the best known Brittany-bred bargain yearling purchase is He’s Watching, who was sold for just $3,000 before he went on to win the Meadowlands Pace and $1.1-million. But another is on the way, as Brittany bred/raised/sold Bettor’s Wish--a $20,000 Lexington Selected yearling--just won the $300,000 Art Rooney Final.   [read more]

Western Fame takes $664,000 Levy Final -- Posted: 4 . 22 . 2019
There was no looking back for Brittany-bred Western Fame, as the winner of four legs of this year’s Levy Series went gate to wire in the $664,000 final at Yonkers last Saturday, scoring in a stakes record-equaling 1:50.4.   [read more]

Brittany employee Mary Sewell passes -- Posted: 4 . 19 . 2019
Brittany Farms is sad to report the loss of Mary Sewell at the age of 78. Mary was the booking administrator for Brittany Stallion Management for 21 years.   [read more]

Brittany-bred Western Fame leads Levy -- Posted: 4 . 9 . 2019
Western Fame, making his way up the list of 38 millionaires bred by Brittany Farms or Brittany Farms & Partners, leads the point standings in the 2019 Levy Series at Yonkers Raceway after notching his third win in the event last Saturday night.   [read more]

Brittany surpasses $50,000 in avg. earnings -- Posted: 2 . 15 . 2019
Every year, Brittany Farms ranks at or near the top in average earnings for the racehorses it breeds and sells, and in 2018, Brittany ranked #1 among all major breeders with more than $50,000 in average earnings per starter.   [read more]

Real Desire’s Rockin Ron honored in Indiana -- Posted: 2 . 4 . 2019
Rockin Ron p,1:47.2 ($1,574,418), by Brittany Stallion Management’s Indiana-based stallion Real Desire, was named Indiana’s 2018 “Older Pacer of the Year” at the recent awards banquet conducted by the Indiana Standardbred Association.   [read more]

American Ideal’s book full and closed -- Posted: 1 . 30 . 2019
American Ideal, America’s leading active pacing sire in 2018 progeny earnings, 2 and 3-year-old earnings, and $100,000 winners, is now full and closed for the 2019 breeding season.   [read more]

My MVP a great new choice for Ontario breeders -- Posted: 1 . 8 . 2019
The classics-winning son of Cantab Hall My MVP 2,1:56.1; 3,1:52 ($879,804), a proven sire with a leading Grand Circuit stakes winner already under his belt, has moved to Ontario for the 2019 season, where he will stand at Winbak Farm at a fee of $4,000 Cdn.   [read more]