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NEW Sale Horse

At The Grande (barn name Georgio) is a 2013 Thoroughbred gelding, standing at 16.1 hands, excellent conformation, level-headed and intelligent, and a very balanced and uphill mover who will be competitive in the show world. Georgio is classy and professional. … Continue reading

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SOLD Prince Neff

A heartfelt congratulations goes to Kirstin Murphy of Longview Farm in Alabama on the purchase of Prince Neff. Kirstin comes from ‘Equestrian Royalty’ (google Dennis Murphy), and she plans on campaigning Eddie in the Retired Racehorse Project 2018.  

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What’s in a Year?

There were some specific goals to achieve this season for myself and Lou. And oddly enough, we earned them all from one extreme of the scale, to the entire opposite extreme. We either lost or we won. And even after … Continue reading

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More Cowbell’s 3rd Career!

Thoroughbreds are incredible athletes who are multi-talented. More Cowbell’s first career began at the racetrack, then eventually found himself competing in Horse Trials. 7 years later together, both ‘Benny’ and Matti Burns found their true passion in the Jumper world. … Continue reading

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Retired Racehorse Eligible 2018

Prince Neff is currently eligible to be entered for 2018 Retired Racehorse Project. Can easily be developed for low level Eventing (Novice – Prelim), Competitive Trail, Fox Hunting, Equitation. This beautiful boy has class and sophistication.

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Something to be Said . . .

Indeed there is something to be said about a tall, dark and handsome gentleman. Today marks 30 days since Prince Neff’s last winning race. As he has been adjusting to his new career away from the track, he has had … Continue reading

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Love at First Glance

4 years ago I was in the trainer’s box when through the morning sun, I hear a horse coming up from my right. Everyone around me were chattering and catching up on news, but I didn’t say a word. My … Continue reading

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