This is a good farm to visit, especially during breeding season. They are more of a stallion boutique, and less of a commercial operation like Lanes End and Winstar. That these people care about their horses is obvious. The horses also look really good and have a lot of personality - not overweight and cranky like some of the other stallions we saw. We also got to see a live breeding sessions, which was interesting. The only downside was that the stallion barn was being worked on when we were there and the stallions were therefore spread out all over the farm in pastures and temporary stalls. The meetings with them were very brief. It was very different from Claiborne, who had a stallion manager/groom on hand to introduce us to the horses and let us interact with the friendly ones.
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