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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In Memory of Wake Up Kiss

About Wake up Kiss

I was so proud to be in her presence... she was the real deal. Courageous, stoic and classy to the end. When they did the autopsy which the vets asked if they could do and said they would be honored to do hers, they were stunned and said she should have colicked every day. She was so compromised in her intestines, colon, and diaphragm. Annette, the farm manager who saw her every day just cried when she saw what that horse had been going through, silently. We all loved her. She was an example to all of us... how to live and how to die.
— Vivien G. Malloy
Photos Courtesy of Kathy Landman

Photos Courtesy of Kathy Landman

Photos Courtesy of Kathy Landman

Half Interest Sold - Then She Laughs

Congratulations to The War Dancer Group in their 50% interest in  (Distorted Humor - Dances with Quack, by Sovereign Dancer). We look forward to a successful partnership.

Then She Laughs

Then She Laughs

Half Interest Sold in Stakes Winner Then She Laughs
(courtesy of Blood Horse)

The owners of first year stallion War Dancer are pleased to announce the purchase of a 50% interest in the stakes winner and grade 3-placed mare Then She Laughs (Distorted Humor—Dances with Quack, by Sovereign Dancer) from Vivien Malloy of Edition Farm in Hyde Park, N.Y. 

The War Dancer group is proud to partner with Malloy, one of the most respected breeders in the country and secretary-treasurer for New York Thoroughbred Breeders. The deal was brokered by bloodstock agent Mike McMahon. Then She Laughs is currently in foal to Eclipse champion sprinter Speightstown and will be bred back to War Dancer in 2017.

War Dancer (2010, War Front—Deed I Do, by Alydeed) is standing his first year at Rockridge Stud in Hudson, N.Y., for a fee of $5,000 live foal stands and nurses. Special incentives are offered for qualifying mares from out of state, in addition to limited availability to own a lifetime breeding right.