Two “dual-eligible” horses bred, raised and sold as yearlings by Brittany Farms — Pebble Beach and Blue Diamond Eyes — won their respective $250,000 finals of the Kentucky Sire Stakes on Sunday at the Red Mile.
Brittany bred, raised and sold Blue Diamond Eyes set her gaze upon a season’s record Sunday and pulled off the feat! She blazed to victory in the $40,000 Kentucky Sire Stakes Championship Series 3YO Filly Pace in 1:47.2 — fastest mile of the year!
Brittany Stallion Management’s American Ideal continues to dominate the New York program, as he sired two of the four winners of the $200,000 New York Sire Stakes Pacing Finals last Friday at Yonkers Raceway.
You can now watch all 25 of harness racing’s most popular streaming movies, as the “new fall season” of Brittany Farms’ virtual inspection yearling videos are now available.
Perfect Sting, the undefeated Dan Patch Champion 2-year-old, made his way into the sport’s richest pacing event in emphatic fashion, winning his elimination of the $1,000,000 Pepsi North America Cup at Mohawk last night in 1:49.4.
Pebble Beach, bred, raised and sold as a yearling by Brittany Farms, became the season’s fastest 2-year-old pacer by way of his scorching 1:50.1 win in his $40,000 Kentucky Sire Stakes “Championship Division” on Aug. 2 at the Red Mile.
American Ideal, coming into 2021 off one of his best yearling sale seasons ever, may be on the verge of having perhaps his most successful season at stud this year! He currently ranks No. 1 in earnings among active U.S. pacing sires.
Manchego made it four wins in five seasonal starts and equaled the track record for trotting mares when she won a leg of the Miss Versatility Series on Saturday night’s Meadowlands Pace undercard.
The roster of yearlings that will be sold by 2019 and 2020 "Breeder of the Year" Brittany Farms at the Lexington Selected Sale this fall are now available on the website’s “Yearlings” page.
You’ve perhaps heard of social media “influencers” — those celebrities whose example you might follow to buy an iced mocha from Dunkin instead of Starbucks. Brittany Farms is an influencer of a different variety – in pedigrees of global champions.
World Champion Manchego, making her first start of the season, turned in perhaps the gutsiest performance of her great career when she won the $141,250 Cutler Memorial Free For All Trot at the Meadowlands last Saturday night.
Stakes and classics winner Bettor’s Up, bred, raised and sold as a yearling by Brittany Farms, made her way from the Hoosier Park winner’s circle last Saturday night straight to the Brittany Farms “Millionaires Row.”
Just where are the “stars of tomorrow," harness racing's future champions? Many are right here, on the Brittany Farms website. The site includes not only the farm’s inventory of 2021 yearlings, but also this year’s foals, listed as they are born.
The Brittany Farms “Hall of Fame” welcomed its newest addition today, as two-time Dan Patch Champion and $2.6M winner Bettor’s Wish joins the 23 other members of the pantheon of Brittany-bred greats. Click "Read More" below for links and videos.
For the second year in a row, Brittany Farms has been voted harness racing’s “Breeder of the Year” by the U.S. Harness Writers Association. The award was announced at the Jan. 16 Dan Patch Awards show, a “virtual” production this year.
Fresh off a remarkable season at the yearling sales, breeders are choosing the pacing stallion that can get them both top-market yearlings and exceptional performers in major national stakes and in the NYSS program.
For the third year in a row, Brittany Farms ranks as North America’s leading breeder in average earnings per starter, with a lofty per-racehorse earnings figure of more than $35,000 in this shortened racing season.
Despite having only a few yearlings on offer, Real Desire led all pacing sires at the 2020 Hoosier Classic Yearling Sale with an average of $42,833. Larry Bond and Burke Racing took home his top sellers at $65,000 and $48,000, respectively.
Manchego and Bettor’s Wish, both bred, raised and sold as yearlings by Brittany Farms, ended their racing careers in splendid fashion last Saturday, winning their respective TVG Finals at the Meadowlands in convincing fashion.
Brittany Farms bred-raised-sold Blue Diamond Eyes p,2,1:51f ($546,527) closed out her outstanding freshman campaign with a 1:51.1 win the $323,600 Three Diamonds 2YO Filly Pace last Saturday at the Meadowlands. (Click "Read More" below to watch race)