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Over the years our team has been dedicated to training many fantastic horses. From multiple Grade 1 winner Magical Fantasy and Flamboyant with over $1 million in earnings, multiple Graded Stakes winners Aggie Engineer , Dice Flavor, Domestic Dispute, Walkslikeaduck, to California sired horses such as Adminniestrator, Soul Candy or Tucked Away to our present star Red Lark - every season we continuously strive to improve our strike rate, wins, and prize money for our owners.
Take a look at just a few of our current roster of thoroughbreds. For up-to-date news and behind-the-scenes stable info, please visit our Facebook page.
Horses our owners purchased abroad - or were sent by their European owners - as maidens/just broke their maiden or won Handicaps in England or Ireland. Taking to sunny Southern California these horses have developed into solid competitors - some of them taking us to the world-stage of horseracing - while significantly augmenting their earnings along the way.
2018 San Francisco Mile (Gr. 3) - won
2016 San Gabriel St. (Gr. 2) - won
2016 San Marcos St. (Gr. 2) - won
La Force (GER)
2019 Santa M. St. (Gr. 2) - won
2018 Zenyatta St. (Gr. 1) - 2nd
2018 Clement L. H. (Gr. 1) - 2nd
2018 Beholder Mile (Gr. 1) - 2nd
Lady Valeur (IRE)
2017 Golden Poppy Stakes - won
2017 Luther Burbank H. - won
2016 San Clemente H. (Gr. 2) – 2nd
2016 Miss America Stakes – won
2016 American Oaks (Gr. 1) – 3rd
Queen of The Sand (IRE)
Kathryn Crosby Stakes - won
Matriarch Stakes (Gr. 1) – 2nd
Santa Barbara Handicap (Gr. 3) – won
Charlie Em (GB)
Senorita Stakes (Gr. 3) – won
Possibly Perfect Handicap - won
San Clement Handicap (Gr. 2) - won
La Brea Stakes (Gr. 1) – 2nd
Three Degrees (IRE)
Honeymoon Breeder's Cup Handicap (Gr. 2) - won
Del Mar Oaks (Gr. 1) - 2nd
Matriarch Stakes (Gr. 1) - 2nd
Red Lark (IRE)
2020 Del Mar Oaks (Gr. 1) - won
2020 Wilshire Stakes (Gr. 3) - 2nd
Evo Campo (IRE)
2017 Santa Barbara Handicap (Gr. 3) - won
2016 Possibly Perfect Stakes - won
Del Mar Oaks (Gr. 1) - won
Gamely Stakes (Gr. 1) - won
J. C. Mabee Stakes (Gr. 1) - won
Yellow Ribbon Stakes (Gr. 1) - won
September Stars (IRE)
2017 Possibly Perfect Stakes (L) - won
unbeaten in her 3 starts in the United States
Honeymoon Breeder's Cup Handicap (Gr. 2) - won
Senorita Stakes (Gr. 3) - won
Miesque Stakes (Gr. 3) - won
Our team takes great joy and satisfaction in bringing on young horses, sent to us by their breeders, purchased privately or at a sale. It is very exciting to be part of these horses' journeys into becoming racehorses, witnessing every stage of their development - mentally and physically, while trying to help them open the avenues to become the best athletes they can be. Please find more about our fine new prospects on our Facebook page.
One of such proud moments was seeing Trojan Nation, runner up in the Grade 1 Wood Memorial Stakes at Aqueduct, NY running in the 2016 Kentucky Derby.
Another highlight was Dice Flavor, bought at the breeze up sales, who after winning the El Camino Real Derby (Gr.3) secured himself a trip to Dubai to run in the 2013 UAE Derby and to go on and win the La Jolla Handicap (Gr.2).
To observe Aggie Engineer becoming one of the best Handicap horses of his era in California was another delight.
We have been lucky throughout the years to be able to partner with various private Equestrians and non-profits, like Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, to find new homes and careers for some of our horses. Whether it is because of lack of enthusiasm for racing, an injury or age, we always wish them well and are proud of the horses they have become.
Flamboyant got retired from racing 2019 at 8yrs of age after having taken us on exciting journeys across the globe and earned over $ 1.1 Million in price money.
The gelding has stayed in the family since and is learning to jump and be productive as a riding horse.
He is a very elegant mover and very agile over jumps - he likely could have become a high end jumper had he not been so fast as a racehorse!
Surely Swift got retired from racing 2012 due to not showing much enthusiasm for the game.
After a short stint as an event horse he found his calling as a show jumper and got a great home in Washington State with Alison Parker.
The two have bonded and currently excel in the 1.15m jumper classes.
Hog's Hollow ran for his owner/breeder Derrick Fisher until the end of his 8 year old year - amassed $289'430 in purse earnings and was graded Stakes placed.
Always enthusiastic about his job Hog's has developed into a genuine show jumper/eventer and continues to compete. He has successfully shown up to Training level eventing and keeps taking ribbons home.
Pride Seeker set his sight on a new career after two rather slow runs.
Melissa Thorson in Montana has taken him on and steadily brought 'Pridefulleigh' up the levels in three day Eventing.
He has turned into an outstanding horse and now just turning 8 years old is showing at Preliminary Level.