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Eye-catching wins for these Brittany-breds

On the Hambletonian elim undercard at the Meadowlands last Saturday, Brittany-bred Lexington yearling grads Captain Kirk and American History took wins in fields where the term “loaded” would be an understatement.

Manchego notches her third World Record

Manchego, a 2019 World Champion on both mile (1:49) and 5/8-mile (1:50.1f) tracks, lowered her own world mark on a 5/8 when she won the $250,000 Spirit Of Massachusetts at Plainridge yesterday in a 1:49.3 tour de force.

Manchego, Reflect With Me Win Big M Stakes

More than $2.6-million in purses was on the line on the star-powered Meadowlands Pace card last Saturday night, and Manchego and Reflect With Me—both bred, raised and sold as yearlings by Brittany Farms—stepped up to win their share.

American Ideal colt wins MGM-Springfield

The first open stakes race of the year for 2-year-old pacers was won by the American Ideal colt American Courage... who made it three wins in three career starts with the victory.

Brittany to offer virtual inspections

With the travel uncertainties caused by the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic this year, Brittany Farms has announced that it will offer complete, virtual inspections of its yearlings via its website this fall.

That’s a wrap for foaling season!

When Aria Hanover gave birth to her Captaintreacherous filly last week, it marked the end of this year’s foaling season at Brittany Farms. In all, the farm foaled 33 babies from the chill of mid-February through the warmth of May 25th.

Brittany statement on today's indictments

Brittany Farms owner George Segal said he is in full support of the intervention and the federal indictments charging certain racehorse trainers with the use of performance-enhancing drugs.

Who’s In Our Hall?

By the numbers, it’s 15 commercial sires, three Horses of the Year, three Hambletonian winners, five Hambletonian Oaks winners and a bevy of champion mares. Quite simply, the Hall shows the near and long-term value of Brittany Farms yearlings.

Foaling Season Has Arrived!

Even with the late night alarms and phone calls—and the occasional difficult delivery—it’s one of the most enjoyable times of the year, as it’s foaling season at Brittany Farms.

Six Pack, Manchego join our Hall Of Fame

The trotters that finished 1-2 in the final classic race of the 2019 season—the $350,000 TVG Open Trot Final at the Meadowlands—are the newest additions to the Brittany Farms website’s Hall of Fame.

Brittany Farms named Breeder of the Year

Brittany Farms is proud to have been voted 2019 “Breeder of the Year” by members of the U.S. Harness Writers Association. In addition, the Brittany-bred matron Secret Magic, the dam of multiple World Champion Manchego, has been selected as “Broodmare

Dan Patches for Bettor’s Wish, Six Pack

Bettor’s Wish and Six Pack--both bred, raised and sold as yearlings by Brittany Farms--have been voted 2019 Dan Patch Champions by the U.S. Harness Writers Association.

American Ideal’s Shake That House wins Progress

Shake That House, a son of Brittany Stallion Management’s American Ideal, defeated North America Cup winner Captain Crunch and Breeders Crown Champion Dancin Lou when he won the season’s final major stake last Wednesday--the $335,000 Progress Pace.

Brittany-breds 1-2 in $350,000 TVG Final

Two World Champion trotters bred, raised and sold as yearlings by Brittany Farms finished 1-2 in the $350,000 TVG Open Trot Final at the Meadowlands last night, with Six Pack three-parts of a length ahead of Manchego in track record time of 1:50 flat

American History to stand at Deo Volente

Although plans call for Bettor’s Wish to return to the races next year, another horse bred, raised and sold as a yearling by Brittany Farms will head off to stud duty, as American History will stand at Deo Volente Farms.

Bettor’s Wish takes 15th win of 2019 in Matron

Bettor’s Wish, the year’s leading money-winning Standardbred and top-ranked male pacer, added to his championship laurels by winning last night's $248,350 Matron Stakes 3-Year-Old Colt Pace at Dover Downs.

2019: The beat goes on for American Ideal!

American Ideal has been promoted over time as “the pacing stallion that never has a down year,” and 2019 was no exception. No. 1 in New York earnings; no. 1 in earnings among U.S.-based sires; and a new millionaire… the beat continues loud and strong

25 Breeders Crown Champions for Brittany

Brittany Farms has now bred 25 Breeders Crown champions, with Brittany bred, raised and sold Reflect With Me, Manchego and American History all capturing 2019 Breeders Crown titles last weekend at Woodbine-Mohawk.

Brittany breds win 3 Breeders Crown elims

Three horses bred, raised and sold as yearlings by Brittany Farms took impressive victories in their Breeders Crown eliminations last Saturday at Mohawk: Bettor’s Wish, Manchego, and Don’t Let’em...

Bettor’s Wish: Train keeps rollin'

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...