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, NYTBreeders.com

Lainie Wimberly & Southern Charm Named Champion of 4th Annual Debby Malloy Winkler Memorial Thoroughbred Division at Old Salem Farm Welcome Day

Congratulations to our Champions: Southern Charm & Laine Wimberly, owned by Courtney Safadi.

Thank you to all of the wonderful horses, riders and owners for competing in our Fourth Annual Debby Malloy Winkler Memorial Thoroughbred Hunter Division at Old Salem Farm this year! We are so thrilled to see such lovely horses excel in their second career.

Photos courtesy of Kathy Landman & Jump Media:

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