The latest here at Fox Hill Farms...
Who would have ever thought that we’d see a repeat of 1944-1945 and have two consecutive female Horses of the Year? Hold on to your fedoras, race fans, because we are halfway to a third. It takes a special filly to be named the best of all racing at year end. Rachel Alexandra and Zenyatta […]
Havre de Grace settled in second place shortly after the race began to insure that Sarah’s Song, who was setting the pace as usual, didn’t get too big a lead and slow the pace down. Havre de Grace didn’t have any help with speed in the race. She had to keep Sarah’s Song honest. Gabriel […]
This is a long past due update.Â IÂ will start with the horses with Larry Jones asÂ I think you are most familiar with them.Â Friesan Fire came to Larry needing considerably more fitness training.Â He has gained much needed weight and looks much better now.Â He still is not fit enough to race and Larry feels […]
Havre de Grace will be working tomorrow (Monday) morning at 8:30, just after the renovation break.Â This will be her last work in preparation for next Saturday’s Obeah.Â Also scheduled to work is Joyful Victory.Â We should also see Friesan, Homer, and Ronald Reagan out for their gallops.Â If you’re in the area and want […]
We are really pleased to have been able to name one of ourÂ two-year-old filliesÂ (Latent Heat – One Kick and Gone) Sgt Reckless.Â The story of Sgt Reckless isn’t particularly well-known, but word has been spreading over the past couple of years as some have used the internet to get her story out. Here is a […]