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Outstanding Young Prospect

Cape Kimberly is a stunning, athletic prospect with endless potential. See Horses for Sale page.

Sold- Pure talent & quality

Impressive 3 year old “Tangle Ridge Jess” is a 16.2 hand chestnut Quarter Horse gelding with Thoroughbred blood on his dam’s side. He is an absolute pleasure who is very sound and has zero vices. He is a clean slate and can go in…

SOLD I’m Thirtynine

The farm is pleased to announce the sale of I’m Thirtynine (Vinny) to J. Ramsey of Louisville, Kentucky. It is absolutely THE perfect match; where Vinny will go on and begin 2019 Eventing. He’s headed to the Ocala Jockey Club for the winter, then…

Saying Hello to 2019 Season

The 2018 season is quietly coming to an end, and it was a great year for the farm and the horses. Eor The Terrific seems to have graduated from Junior High and has gone straight to Graduate School over the last few months.  I…

SOLD Gran Duque

Little Kentucky Farm is over-the-moon happy for Des and his new owner Mary Quarles of Ketchen Place Farm in South Carolina. Mary recently lost her Thoroughbred stallion, and the addition of Des to her breeding shed cushions the loss she feels. Des has an…

Hello Handsome!

2015 sale prospect, Gran Duque (barn name Des) is another addition to the farm’s sales team.  He has excellent potential to go any direction, and qualifies for Young Event Horse and Retired Racehorse Project. Des is a well built youngster, along with an impressive…

March Trials 2018

We are very proud of our team at Poplar Place Farm March Trials and the 2nd Place finish in Open Training and ANOTHER Thoroughbred Incentive Champion award. Louis is maturing and is turning into quite the Eventing Thoroughbred! We hope to have him running…

SOLD At The Grande

Congratulations to Evera Premo on the purchase of At The Grande. The farm will continue to work with Georgio and Evera and help them develop their partnership. Its going to be an exciting journey with many years of happiness.

Are You Veruca Salt?

Today’s society where everything and anything is designed for immediate satisfaction, with little to none sweat equity, ask yourself if you have what it takes to develop a young prospect. I’m inclined to believe sweat equity is of bygone days. I’ve noticed in particular…

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.