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Flying Horse Farm Leading thoroughbred horse breeders in British Columbia for many years. Standing million dollar sires, Maudlin, Dixieland Brass and Claim. Maudlin's best son Mecke goes to Stud. Mecke retired to Ocala Stud Farm and stands for $7,500. Mecke, a $40,000 Ocala Breeder's Sales March two year-old in training purchase in 1994, chalked up stats of 40-12-7-9 on both turf and dirt, reflecting wins in three Grade 1 events - the 1995 Super Derby as well as last year's Arlington Million and the Early Times Turf Classic S. Coming off a five-length maiden win at Saratoga, Beautiful Pleasure (full sister to Mecke) was equally impressive in the grade I Matron: To contact Flying Horse Farm: Phone 250 768-5856 R.J. or Lois, or 250 861-8884 M.J. or R.J., Fax 250 762-2001 4224 Gellatly Road, Westbank, BC V4T 2K3 Canada Just south of Kelowna.
Windfields Farm - Home of Outstanding thorougbreds Welcome to Windfields Farm Where Champions Begin For more than 60 years Windfields Farm has been home to outstanding Thoroughbreds. Let us show you how our experienced staff can help your horses achieve their full potential. We offer a superb stallion roster, modern facilities, and dedicated management, along with a full range of services from breeding through foaling, sales preparation and representation, and breaking and training, with special rates for long-term and year-round boarders. Owners and breeders of Windfields graduates are well positioned to take advantage of the lucrative Ontario Thoroughbred Improvement Program. Let our years of experience raising champions help make your dreams come true. P.O. BOX 67, Oshawa, Ontario, CANADA L1H 7K8 (905) 725-1195 FAX (905) 579-7552 2835 Delong Road, Lexington, Kentucky, USA 40515 (606) 273-3050 FAX (606) 273-3035
Woodlands Farm Woodlands Farm is a Thoroughbred farm based in Southern Ontario, Canada. Owned and operated by Gail Wood. The Woodlands Farm site was part of Hindmarsh Farm which Gail managed for Harry and Lynne Hindmarsh since 1974. In 1995 Mrs. Hindmarsh decided to operate a private facility for her own horses and Gail assumed the commercial operation on her own. Gail is the past President of the Farm Managers of Ontario Association and was voted the Farm Manager of the Year Award in 1990. Gail was also on the founding committee that resulted in the formation of the Ontario Horse Racing Industry Association.