Our Stallions for 2015

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2, 1:54; 3, 1:52.4 –'10 ($462,200)

5-0-2 in 10 starts

full brother to

Ken Warkentin



Fee $3,500


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Yankee Glide - Jambo


Sire of  OSS Winners


p, 2, 1:52.1s, 3, 1:47.4f ($977,438)

Winner of

Battle of Brandywine

Progress Pace

Bluegrass Series


Fee $5,000


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 Light Up

Pedigree and Performance


2,1:55.3s ($765,386)

Winner of

O'Brien Award

William Wellwod

OSS Gold &

Super Final


Fee $3,500


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4, 1:54.4 ($811,879)

Winner of

Hanover Colt Stakes

elim of Am National

elim of Matron

Sire of $1.2M winner


Fee $3,500


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p, 2, 1:49.1s


Winner of


Dan Patch

Pacing Colt of the Year


Fee $4,000


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Western Ideal - Bold Pink


First crop are

2 year olds


Garland Lobell - Just Having Fun


First ON crop sells this fall


Kadabra - Diamond Image


at 2, winner 9 of 10 starts

Our Yearlings for 2015

Forest City Sale


October 25

3 by Angus Hall

7 by Artistic Fella

1 by Badlands Hanover

9 by Big Jim

10 by Camluck

1 by Holiday Road

3 by Justice Hall

2 by Mach Three

1 by Manofmanymissions

2 by Windsong Espoir

November 2 - 4

1 by American Ideal

1 by Bettors Delight

1 by Donato Hanover

1 by Mach Three

2 by Rock N Roll Heaven

1 by Yankee Glide

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May 12 2015 - Camluck: One Of A Kind


"There isn’t a smarter horse than he is. He’s that smart. He puts that attitude into his foals. We notice it with his yearlings when we go to video them. They video terribly...They won’t be chased. They’re too smart to be chased. They’ll turn around and look at you and wonder, ‘What are you chasing me for?’ It is absolutely an intelligence that comes right from (Camluck)."..... read the complete story

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Camluck First Horse Inducted To Wall of Fame

The Raceway at Western Fair District will have its 2015 Wall of Fame induction ceremony on Friday, May 15 and, for the first time, the prestigious honour will go to a horse rather than a human recipient.

The incomparable Camluck will be honoured during a ceremony that night in recognition of his remarkable contributions both on the racetrack and as a sire.

The son of legendary Cam Fella became one of the fastest horses of his generation by virtue of his 1:48.4 time trial effort in 1992 at Lexington’s Red Mile. Over the course of his brilliant racing career, he earned more than $1 million while facing one of the very best older pacing crops of all-time that included the likes of Artsplace, Staying Together (his stablemates from the Bob McIntosh stable), Cambest, Silver Almahurst and Odds Against, just to name a few.

However, it was in the breeding shed, where Camluck made his greatest impact and stamped himself as one of the greatest pacing stallions in harness racing history. From 2,332 foals, Camluck produced just shy of 1,600 race winners and he retired recently with overall offspring earnings of $218,771,118.


His average earnings per starter was $118,768 and he produced 28 starters who banked more than $1 million and 62 performers who took a record of 1:50 or better.


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