I’ll be honest with you, 2023 is a year that won’t be very high on my list to remember. Not because it was bad but because it fell a bit
October saw the continuation of the yearling sales and we were lucky to purchase a filly in Ireland at the Goffs Orby Sale as well as another filly at Tattersalls.
September is an extremely busy month, especially because it involves the end of Saratoga, moving the horses home, and returning home to Long Island before I have to head off
It was wonderful to start the Saratoga meet by getting off the mark with Unified Alliance winning the Coronation Stakes under Javier Castellano on July 14. Our second and third
June and July have been two extremely busy months for us. Earlier in the year, we were very lucky to have Cynane break her maiden impressively at Belmont Park, booking
Really sorry that I’ve been away such a long time! With three two-year-old sales between the months of March and May, I didn’t get to spend an awful lot of
Long may this mild winter last! January and February have been very straight forward for training horses in New York. The weather up here during this time of the year
It’s always tough when you lose a horse that has become part of the family. When Locally Owned got claimed at Saratoga this past summer it was always Jay Provenzano’s