Horse and Land: Our Foundation
MILL RIDGE FARM
Headley and Price Bell discuss the legacy passed on for generations at Mill Ridge Farm. Listen as they reflect on how their family continues to tend the historic farm while keeping the horse as their center point.
The Kentucky Thoroughbred Development Fund is a unique program to benefit owners and their Kentucky-sired, Kentucky-foaled runners. Its aim is to upgrade the overall quality of racing in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
“The education that you get in Kentucky is something that you can’t necessarily go to school for. Kentucky is the school.”
– Garrett O’Rourke
“Kentucky is the place to breed and raise top-level thoroughbreds. No question about it. The numbers speak for themselves.”
– Walker Hancock
“There’s a long, rich history of how this ground here in Kentucky, and the limestone in the water and everything that comes with it, produces the perfect racehorse.”
– Sean Tugel
“Life is good. Kentucky has treated us well. I don’t think we’d change it for anything. This is the place to send your mare to breed the best stallions, without a doubt, in the world.”
– Alan Fitzsimons
Kentucky-breds sweep weekend Grade 1 events
Kentucky-breds stole the show from coast-to-coast Saturday at Del Mar and Saratoga, winning all three Grade 1s offered at the summer’s two premier race meets.
Bricks and Mortar highlights big turf weekend in Arlington Million (G1)
Bricks and Mortar’s stirring victory in Saturday’s Arlington Million (G1) was the fourth Grade 1 win of the year for Kentucky-bred 5-year-old, who has clearly established himself as the premier turf marathon male in the U. S., and after defeating an international field at Arlington, also one of the best in the world.