On May 19th, 2017 Silly Sister broke her Maiden in the 4th race at Belmont Park.
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:
Congratulations to Edition Farm clients Anthony and Mary Ellen Bonomo, St. Elias Stable and Vinny and Teresa Viola for their Kentucky Derby WIN with Always Dreaming!
Andale Julia (Here Comes Ben - Dita, by Suave) and Awesome Swimmer (English Channel - Miney's Awesome, by Awesome Again) have arrived safe and sound in Barbados to train with the Parravacino Family. We're looking forward to their global adventure!
Here they are checking out the scenery at the airport!
We are so excited that Zio Elio has won his very first steeplechase race! We are looking forward to seeing how this horse blossoms in the sport.
Hip 21, a third-generation product of Vivien Malloy’s Edition Farm, is by Tale of the Cat out of winner Awesome Bull (Holy Bull). His second dam is Miney’s Awesome, out of Mine Tonight, purchased by Malloy at the 1999 Keeneland sale for $300,000. Bill Parcells’ August Dawn Farm signed the ticket for the bay February colt, who was previously purchased as a yearling at the Saratoga New York-bred yearling sale by Zayat Stables for $160,000. (Courtesy of Fasig-Tipton.com)
Courtesy of NYRA's Brian Bohl
Paul Pompa, Jr.’s Send It In picked up his eighth career win with a nail-biting victory in the $100,000 Haynesfield for New York-breds going 1 1/16 miles.
Sent off as the 1-9 favorite, the 5-year-old Curlin homebred settled in the three-path early behind Iron Power and the pacesetting Fox Rules, who took the field through an opening quarter-mile in 24.74 and the half in 48.84.
Send It In, under a drive from jockey Manny Franco, put away Iron Power as the field reached the top of the stretch and caught up with the leader near the sixteenth pole. An obstinate Fox Rules dug in and the pair locked up down the lane. The pacesetter could not hold off the heavily favored Send It In, who ultimately prevailed, getting his nose down on the wire for the win.
The winner, trained by Todd Pletcher, completed the route in 1:43.83 and returned $2.30 for a $2 win wager. The victory was the eighth from 15 career starts for Send It In, including his 3 ¾-length score in the Alex M. Robb on December 31 last time out. Saturday’s win boosted his career earnings to $398,414.
Repent Twice closed for third, followed by Iron Power and Eden Ridge to round out the order of finish.
Send it In was foaled here at Edition Farm for Paul Pompa.