Ennis made it our second winner today.  Earlier Periyali won at Delaware and he won at Pimlico.  This was his third win over as many tracks and surfaces, Keeneland (polytrack), Delaware (dirt) and today (turf).  Congratulations to J. V. Shields, Jr, owner and breeder.{jcomments on}

First win

Periyali had her first win today in three starts.  Jose Valdivia. Jr., the latest transplant jockey from the west coast to the east rode her very confidently to win by 5 3/4 lengths.  Congratulations to Jack Swain III.{jcomments on}

Find A Seat And Stay There

We plan to make full use of the tracks in the extended area on Saturday when we run as North as Presque Isle downs to as South as Pimlico. We make stops at Delaware Park and Belmont Park, in between the two.{jcomments on}

Two For Two

Clarinet just won at Delaware on her second start.  ‘Unruly behind the gate’ on her first start when she finished second just over a month ago she redeemed herself today, not just by winning but by being beautifully behaved at the gate!!  Congratulations to Earle Mack who is the owner of this well bred Giant’sContinue reading


Output has now won 50% of her starts by winning her second race today, leading a good pace wire to wire.  Many congratulations to J. V. Shields, Jr for his second winner in a week!  He also owns Quake Lake who won last week at Presque Isle Downs.{jcomments on}

How Annoying

To be fourth in two Graded Stakes yesterday, each horse being beaten just a neck for third!!  That’s the difference between being Graded Stakes placed – and not!!  Bullsbay ran a much improved race from his race two weeks ago to be fourth in the William Donald Schaefer Stakes (Grade III) and Shared Account who was runningContinue reading

Quake Lake

Although most of our horses love training on the Tapeta and go well on it, you never know how they’re going to run on the surface until you try!  Quake Lake tried and loved it!  She set a good pace at Presque Isle last night and then pulled away to win by five and a half! Continue reading

Rosie Posie

Graham and Anita’s mare Rosie Posie had a Love of Money colt 5 days ago and the farm sent some baby pictures!  As always, cute!!{jcomments on}

Diminutive Bum Bum

won at Pimlico yesterday.  When I say diminutive, she is!!  I don’t think we have measured her but I would be surprised if she made 14.2 hands!  She’s by Giant’s Causeway whose progeny are often small, out of an In The Wings mare so a very European background.  She herself was born in France.    Many congratulationsContinue reading

Sanford Field Trip to Herringswell

Chappy Motion was excited to bring his 1st grade class from Sanford School on a field trip to Herringswell on Tuesday, May 4th.  Starting their day with a visit to the Fair Hill Nature Center, the class arrived at the barn at around 11:00 a.m. and enjoyed their lunches in the hay barn as AnitaContinue reading

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