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Breeding & Sales - Maryland

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Bonita Farm Thoroughbreds, Maryland, USA     Bonita Farm A Farm for All Seasons And a farm for all reasons -- from start to finish. Bonita Farm offers year-round boarding, sales prep, yearling breaking, training and Thoroughbred stallions Deputed Testamony and Valley Crossing, and for 1999: Ops Smile and Swear By Dixie standing for service. This year the Boniface family celebrates 35 years in operation and we are proud to boast one of the finest full-service farms in the Mid-Atlantic. Four hundred rolling acres convenient to regional stallion stations are complemented by state-of-the-art facilities for breeding stock management. Bonita Farm's training operation consistently produces top runners at Maryland racetracks and around the country. Many of these athletes were bred, raised and foaled here and also represent Bonita Farm stallions and our breeding stock advisory programs. Ample good pastureland, a successful scientifically-based feeding program, and attention to detail found only in a family-run business give horses at Bonita Farm every advantage. We also provide pedigree consultation for clients to plan broodmare matings as well as represent clients at sales. We welcome your visit and invite your inspection of our stallions.

Circled Horse Racing Stable Home Page     Circled Horse Racing Stable was put on the web just for fun. The partnership consists of a group of people who enjoy our horses and a nice day at the track. Winning is pretty important too. We are currently based out of Maryland and run our horses primarily at Pimlico and Laurel. We have been known to travel though—as you can see from the wins at Delaware Park, Colonial Downs, Penn National, and Monmouth Park. Our trainer is Benny Feliciano, Jr. He, his wife Laura, and the rest of their staff do a wonderful job of keeping our horses healthy, happy, and ready to run.

Northview Stallion Station     Located on the former site of Windfields Farm, home of the legendary Northern Dancer, Northview Stallion Station has been in operation since 1988. Situated on 450 acres of rolling green farmland just south of Chesapeake City, Maryland, Northview currently stands eight stallions on the farm and two in Kentucky, including Two Punch, champion sire in Maryland for 1997. Two Punch was voted Champion sire of Maryland, and Polish Numbers and Opening Verse ranked 1-2 among freshmen sires in the state in 1995. Polish Numbers ranked third in all of North America. In 1996, offspring of Northview stallions continued their domination of the Maryland Million, winning four of the eight events and placing in four others. In '97 Northview stallions saw 25 of their offspring start in the Maryland Million, with five of them finishing on the board. In 1997 Two Punch emerged as the finest son of Mr. Prospector standing outside of Kentucky, and was again voted Champion sire in Maryland. In 1998, Polish Numbers has risen to the to the top of the Mid-Atlantic sires list from only four crops to race. And Waquoit is perennially among the top 10 as well. Joining the Northview roster in 1999, Awad ($3,270,131) becomes the richest stallion in the Mid-Atlantic. A winner of the Arlington Million, Awad offers a rare combination of stamina and durability, and is an outcross to the blood of Northern Dancer and Mr. Prospector. Also beginning his stud career in 1999 is Partner’s Hero, a graded stakes-winning son of Danzig, and half-brother to champion sprinter Safely Kept. Northview has also acquired an interest in the young stallion prospect Confide. A son of leading Freshmen Sire Phone Trick, Confide has wins in the Swale (Gr.3) and Spectacular Bid (Gr.3), and will begin stud duty at Northview at the finish of his racing career.   Northview stands the finest stallion roster in the Mid-Atlantic, including millionaires Concern ($3,079,350), Waquoit ($2,225,360), and Opening Verse ($1,667,464) in Maryland, and Private Terms ($1,243,947) and West By West ($1,038,123) in Kentucky. Northview also stands Mr. Prospector’s son, Not For Love ($178,870), and Gone West’s son, Tamayez ($535,596), a stakes winner on both grass and dirt. Northview stallions come from the finest female families in the sport, and feature the strong inbreeding and linebreeding patterns so often found in the best stallions lines.    Northview is a full-service farm, providing boarding, foaling, and the finest veterinary care, under the supervision of partner Dr. Tom Bowman, D.V.M. Our fields are tested annually to insure the ideal level of minerals and vitamins, and all horses at Northview receive only the finest hay, oats and feed. For further information contact:  Northview Stallion Station  55 Northern Dancer Drive  Chesapeake City, MD. 21915  Inquiries to Linda Bench: Phone (410) 885-2855   Fax (410) 885-5985 E-mail: northview@dpnet.net