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...
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.
Springsteen p,3,1:48.3f ($479,423), bred, raised and sold as a yearling by Brittany Farms, won Saturday night’s $500,000 final of the Hempt Memorial at Pocono Downs in season’s record time of 1:48.3.
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...
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...
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...
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..
Brittany Stallion Management’s Indiana sire Real Desire made the most of the Memorial Day holiday weekend by siring stakes winners on both sides of the U.S.-Canadian border.
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...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 ...
The connections of multiple World Champion Six Pack were rewarded for an exceptional season by being voted the Dan Patch Award as “3-Year-Old Male Trotter of the Year” by the U.S. Harness Writers Association.
Brittany Farms is harness racing’s leading breeder in percentage of millionaires from foals bred. It added yet another to the list Sunday, as Brittany-bred Western Fame took home honors in Rosecroft Raceway’s $100,000 Potomac Pace.
Just as it says on the website’s front-page slideshow, you can believe in Brittany. Year after year Brittany Farms breeds, raises and sells not only a significant number of stakes and big-money winners, but horses that are the leading lights in harne
American History, by Brittany’s New York-based stallion American Ideal, led a trio of Grand Circuit winners by his sire when he won the Tattersalls Pace in 1:48.3 on closing day at the Red Mile.
Six Pack lowered his own World Record--and became the 37th millionaire bred by Brittany Farms--when he won both his elim and the final of the $620,000 Kentucky Futurity on closing day of the Red Mile Grand Circuit meet.