The $136,000 Casual Breeze S. at Mohawk, featuring Hambletonian Oaks winner Manchego and Hambletonian winner Atlanta, was hyped as the matchup of the season… and Manchego proved to be much the best on this occasion.
From the 38 yearlings sold by Brittany Farms or Brittany & Partners last fall--the first crop raised at the new farm--14 are already 2-year-old stakes winners this year… an amazing 37%!
American Ideal’s 2017 Dan Patch Champion filly Youaremycandygirl p,3,1:48.2 ($1,112,359), who recently became her sire’s 12th millionaire, is back on top of her game. She became the year’s fastest filly or mare pacer with her 1:48.2 win in the $96,60
Following in the hoofprints of the successful Brittany-bred first-crop sire Father Patrick, Don’t Let’em, bred, raised and sold as a yearling by Brittany Farms, won the $422,350 Peter Haughton Memorial on Hambletonian Day at the Meadowlands.
Brittany Farms is proud to have bred its fifth winner of the Hambletonian Oaks now that Manchego, bred, raised and sold as a yearling by the farm, joined that list of superstar fillies with her definitive score in the $500,000 trotting classic at the
American Ideal, the pacing sire who “never has a down year,” is at it again in 2018. He has sired the winners of more than $6.7-million though July 25 and leads all New York Sire Stakes pacing sires by more than a 2 to 1 margin in earnings over his c
Among harness racing’s top 10 breeders, Brittany Farms ranks far and away as the leader in average earnings per starter for 2018.
Two of the likely favorites for the 2018 edition of the $1,000,000 Hambletonian—last Saturday’s Stanley Dancer Memorial sweepers Six Pack 2,1:55.4f; 3,1:50 ($557,840) and Wolfgang 2,1:54.2; 3,1:51.2 ($516,690)—are both strongly connected to Brittany
Mohegan Sun at Pocono’s “Sun Stakes” elims last Saturday night were loaded with both Brittany Farms-bred winners and winners sired by American Ideal.
The current crop of 2-year-olds bred by Brittany Farms--the first crop completely raised at the “new” farm--have gotten their racing careers off to a blazing start! Through the first two weeks of baby races, there have been nine 2-year-old winners th
Six Pack 3,1:51.2 ($337,028), bred, raised and sold as a yearling by Brittany Farms, equaled the Vernon Downs track record and national season’s record by winning the $223,673 final of the Empire Breeders Classic in 1:51.2.
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.
Gala Dream--whose foals have sold for $1.3-million at public auction and have gone on to earn $4-million on the racetrack--will be inducted into the Harness Racing Hall of Fame as a broodmare during the Hall’s annual awards ceremony on Sunday, July 1
Two racehorses and sires closely associated with Brittany Farms, Western Ideal and Cantab Hall, have been elected to harness racing’s Living Horse Hall of Fame and will be enshrined in the Goshen, NY museum this summer.
American Ideal’s World Champion filly Youaremycandygirl, voted last year’s Dan Patch Award as “2-Year-Old Pacing Filly of the Year,” has been rated the no. 1 pacer--among both colts and fillies--in Hoof Beats magazine’s 2018 Comprehensive Predictive
The 2018 book for New York’s number one pacing sire American Ideal is full and closed for the 2018 season. Brittany Stallion Management thanks both syndicate members and outside breeders for their continued support, and hopes a top-selling yearling a
The 2017 Dan Patch award-winning “2-Year-Old Trotting Filly of the Year” Manchego--bred, raised and sold as a yearling by Brittany Farms--has been rated the sport's number one trotter in the 2018 Comprehensive Predictive Trotting Rankings compiled by
Real Desire’s newest millionaire Rockin Ron p,1:47.2 ($1,096,107), the 2017 Indiana Sire Stakes Champion, is now two for two in the Levy Series at Yonkers after winning last Saturday’s leg en route to the $200,000 final.
It’s the time of year when men and women in racing dream big dreams… as their 2-year-olds in training wind up a bit more, and begin to showcase those brief flashes of early speed. A pair of 2-year-olds bred, raised and sold as yearlings by Brittany F
A pacer with a New York-themed name is more than making a name for himself in Australia. American Ideal’s son Soho Tribeca won his second Group One stakes last weekend, scoring in the AU$450,000 Western Australia Cup at Gloucester Park.