About a year ago, I was at Brazeau Farms with Art and my uncle. When we stopped and looked at one of the newborns and asked who the sire was? One of the stable hands replied "Lucky Pulpit" Art turns to my uncle and I and says "I have one by Lucky Pulpit, he's a good horse." I than replied "What's his name? so I can track his progress" Art turned to me as said "We call him California Chrome, because he has 4 white socks." A lot has changed from that day, the horse labeled by Art that day as "good" is now being labeled as the Derby favorite.
I'm happy to announce that Art Sherman will train this filly. We've had a lot of success with the Sherman family. Art currently trains another horse of ours (Shopping Savannah), and his son Steve got us our first win in this industry. I'll keep everyone updated as she gets ready to run. ***Her stalls across from Cali Chromes***
^February. We haven't made a solid decision on who will train her quite yet but have narrowed it down. Sorry for the previous two post not being complete, its 3am and I keep hitting the enter key instead of the shift key.
Sorry that I haven't been able to keep y'all better updated. She's back at the farm getting some rest, we took her out of training for precautionary reasons. She's really developed into a beauty, and will be back in training by the end of
I meant Sword Dancer not Damascus..............Congrats Burton
Lost his fight with cancer today at the age of 71.
Also the horses that were administered the anabolic steroids cannot race for 6 months.
if you happen to know how much the trainers cost per day that would be helpful. I know how much PM costs so you dont have to give me his costs.
Sullivan: Because we're california guys we moved her out west with us, but if we kept her in KY Mr. Lopresti or Motion would of been the trainer.
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