First NY Foal for A Shin Forward

A Shin Forward was represented by his first American-born foal on March 5th, when Miney’s Awesome (Awesome Again – Mine Tonight by Upper Nile) produced a filly by the son of Forest Wildcat. Miney’s Awesome is the dam of 6 winners from 7 to race, and is a ½-sister to three stakes horses. The filly was bred by Vivien Malloy’s Edition Farm.

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Viva Sheila to Star in Foal Patrol 2019

Viva Sheila, a 4-year-old bay mare owned by Lady Sheila Stable and Edition Farm who resides at Edition Farm in Hyde Park, N.Y., will be on the roster of featured horses for the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s Foal Patrol Season 2, which will debut online Dec. 28 at

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The Eagle Has Landed!

A Shin Forward 2010 Mile Championship winners circle photo.jpg

After much anticipation, A Shin Forward (Forest Wildcat x Wake Up Kiss by Cure the Blues) has returned to the United States from Japan.  The NY bred, Japanese turf champion returns to NY where he will stand the 2018 season at Rockridge Stud, as the property of Edition Farm. 

Earning his fame as the 27th winner of the Japan Autumn International Mile Championship [G1] and the Hanky Hai [G3] in 2010, A Shin Forward’s race record includes 3 stakes wins, and 5 stakes placings, with over $3.4 million dollars in total earnings over five years racing. As the second leading NY bred earner in history (Funny Cide being the first), we are excited to continue his career in the U.S. as  a New York based stallion. 

Click to watch A Shin Forward WIN the 2010 Japan International Mile Championship


Edition Farm Goes Global Again!

Edition Farm goes global in Barbados with a win by Andale Julia (Here Comes Ben x Dita by Suave) on August 1, 2017 in the Massy United Insurance Derby Race Day. 


When a horse wins at the The Garrison Savannah racetrack in Barbados they are lead by the owner or trainer in front of the entire grand stand for a round of applause before entering the winners circle. We’re looking forward to seeing how Andale Julia progresses as one of our overseas racehorses and wishing her many more rounds of applause!


In Memory of Paul Schosberg

"Paul Schosberg was such an example to me of intelligent, clear thinking, and beautifully expressed humanity. I respected him so much and am so shocked, really as he seemed to be always there for you, for Jane, and for all of us in New York and the horse world we all love and work so hard for."

"My heartfelt sympathy. I just left Waccabuc behind and now Paul , my neighbor is gone. God Bless All the Schosbergs." –Vivien

Annual Scholarship Day at Saratoga

Congratulations to our scholarship recipient, Ella Pittman! On Friday, July 28 Vivien Malloy presented the Debby Malloy Winkler Scholarship check in the winners circle at Saratoga Racetrack after the 5th race. This $5,000 scholarship recognizes Ella's full-time enrollment as a veterinary student at Cornell University. Her focus is on equine sport medicine.

Vivien Malloy and Ella Pittman, photo courtesy of Kathy Landman

Vivien Malloy and Ella Pittman, photo courtesy of Kathy Landman

I have wanted to be an equine sports medicine veterinarian since I was 14 years old. I’m now less than a year from achieving that dream. This scholarship will alleviate some of the stress associated with tuition costs and allow me to focus on learning the best patient care and treatment options for our equine athletes.
— Ella Pittman,

Edition Farm Lawn Jockey at National Museum of Racing

Vivien with son, Mark Malloy and granddaughter Caitlin Malloy Brennan

Vivien with son, Mark Malloy and granddaughter Caitlin Malloy Brennan

The National Museum of Racing held a fundraiser where thirty-seven, 165-pound lawn jockeys are lined up in a long row, each one bearing respective stable’s silks colors by donors.

Edition Farm, one of many owners in support throughout the U.S., will have their silks displayed for over five years to sponsor one of the figures, benefitting the museum’s endowment fund.

Edition Farm unveiled their Lawn Jockey at the National Museum of Racing in Saratoga, NY on July 20th, along with other Thoroughbred farm supporters. Owner, Vivien Malloy attended the event with son, Mark Malloy, granddaughter, Caitlin Malloy Brennan and friend Kathy Landman, as well as Theresa Behrendt, who helped initiate the fundraiser. 

Photos courtesy of Kathy Landman