Fox Den Farm has announced a successful start to their 2014 breeding season.
As a result of the revitalized breeding program in Maryland, their stallions already have more mares booked this year than any other year in the past decade.
Quality mares are booked from both in and out of state including: a dozen mares with over $75k earned: Get Over Lil $326,084, Sweet Dreams Baby $262,358, JA's Commando $173,485, Native Canadian $145,956, Fox Valley Mojo $132,513 and Bliss $127,316.
"We are thrilled with the interest in our freshman trotter Charlie De Vie and our pacer Total Truth," said Tim Winebrenner for Fox Den Farm. "Total Truth’s oldest foals (3-year-olds) are coming on strong with 25 finishing in the top three, with ten wins out of 44 starts in the last month."
For more information on the Maryland Breeding program visit: www.foxdenfarm.com/stallions.
Submitted by Fox Den Farm