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Darlinonthebeach, a 6-year-old harness racing pacing mare who earned $1.06 million on the racetrack and is in foal to Always B Miki, sold for $450,000 to Diamond Creek Farm on Thursday as part of the White Birch Farm broodmare dispersal at the Standardbred Horse Sale's mixed sale. New Jersey's White Birch Farm sold 30 broodmares at the sale, going for a total of $3.51 million. Darlinonthebeach led the group, followed by trotter Celebrity Ruth at $400,000. Rounding out White Birch's top five were pacer My Little Dragon and trotter Please Beehave, both for $230,000, and pacer Dragon's Tale for $200,000. All the White Birch horses were consigned by Preferred Equine Marketing. Darlinonthebeach, by Somebeachsomewhere, is carrying her first foal after a multiple Grand Circuit stakes-winning career. Her dam, Darlin's Delight, was a Dan Patch and O'Brien Award winner. Celebrity Ruth, by Archangel out of Celebrity Obsesion, also enjoyed a stakes-winning career and is in foal to Muscle Hill with her first foal. The 5-year-old, signed for by Megan Velardo as agent, is from the family of Dan Patch Award-winner Housethatruthbuilt. My Little Dragon, a 16-year-old by Dragon Again out of My Little Pretty, was a two-time Dan Patch Award winner and three-time Breeders Crown champion. She is the dam of O'Brien Award-winner Stay Hungry and in foal to Captaintreacherous. She sold to Steve Stewart. Five-year-old Please Beehave (Muscle Hill-Beehive) is a half-sister to 2013 Horse of the Year Bee A Magician. She sold in foal to Chapter Seven to Ola Yoder. Dragon's Tale (Dragon Again-Born Storyteller) is the dam of stakes-winner Workin Ona Mystery. The 9-year-old sold in foal to Captaintreacherous, also to Yoder. Also selling in excess of $200,000 were trotting broodmares Secret Passion and Anikadabra. Secret Passion (Yankee Glide-Secret Magic) sold for $425,000 to Hanover Shoe Farms. The 5-year-old is from the family of Dan Patch Award-winner and world-record-holder Manchego and in foal to Kadabra with her first foal. She was consigned by Walnridge Farm and owned by Harbor Racing Stable. Five-year-old Anikadabra (Kadabra-Anikawiesahalee) sold in foal to Walner for $235,000 to Linda Stewart. She is from the family of O'Brien Award-winner Resolve. She was consigned by Concord Stud Farm and owned by Michael Pozefsky and Edward Wilson. The Standardbred Horse Sale concludes Friday with its final mixed session beginning at 10 a.m. (EST). For complete results, visit The Black Book. by Ken Weingartner, for the USTA  

The HARRISBURG STANDARDBRED SALE is one of the main harness racing topics that our guest RANDY ROSS founder of the Cheyenne Racing Stable discusses along with his planned STRATEGY for a SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT in purchasing yearlings and racehorses at the up-coming November 4th sale. Don't Miss it..... This weeks show brought to you by Century 21 American Homes Associate Broker Joe Ricco.  

The 2019 edition of The Black Book 2 can now be found on Standardbred Horse Sales Company's website www.theblackbook.com/catalog-downloads.php. Printed catalogs are expected to be available for shipping on Friday, October 11. The Mixed Sale begins on Thursday, November 7 and ends on Friday, November 8 at the PA Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, PA, following the Select Yearling Sale which takes place from Monday, November 4 through Wednesday, November 6. Standardbred's popular "Black Book for the iPad" from www.equineline.com is available for download from a link on our website. Past Performances First Edition for race lines is also available for download on the website. Past Performances Second Edition with most current race lines will be available for download on October 28, and will be distributed in printed form at the Sale. The 2019 Mixed Sale features 30 magnificent broodmares in the White Birch Farm dispersal selling in the Preferred Equine Marketing consignment. The Mixed Sale has a total of 686 entries, including 216 broodmares and broodmare prospects, 20 weanlings, 26 yearlings, 65 stallion shares, and 359 race horses. Standardbred is accepting entries for a Mixed Sale Supplement catalog until Noon on October 23, 2019. Supplement catalogs will be available prior to the sale for download on our website, as an update to our iPad catalog and in print at the sale. From the Standardbred Horse Sales Company    

To enhance the end-of-season options for harness racing owners and breeders, Standardbred Horse Sales Company will continue to accept entries to its Annual Mixed Sale in Harrisburg until 12 Noon on October 23, 2019, for inclusion in a supplement catalog. The supplement will be printed and distributed at the sale, made available for download online from our Black Book website (http://theblackbook.com/catalog-search.php), and become an update for our iPad catalog from Equineline.com. Standardbred appreciates the support of our consignors and customers in this effort, and looks forward to a successful sale. From Standardbred Horse Sales Company  

White Birch Farm of Allentown, N.J., a four-time New Jersey Breeder the Year and two-time U.S. Harness Writers Association Breeder of the Year, has announced that its harness racing breeding stock will be sold as part of a complete dispersal of the famed nursery at the Harrisburg Mixed Sale on Thursday, November 7. Preferred Equine Marketing, Inc. will represent the farm as agent. The farm's final foal crop (foals of 2019) will be offered in the traditional manner at the 2020 yearling sales. World-renowned in harness racing, White Birch has bred and raised a host of champions including two-time Pacer of the Year Captaintreacherous, 3-Year-Old Pacing Filly of the Year Darlin’s Delight, U.S. and Canadian Horse of the Year Bee A Magician, and 2 and 3-Year-Old Pacing Fillies of the Year My Little Dragon and Worldly Beauty. Founded by the late Joseph and Marie Parisi, the farm was operated by their son Michael until his untimely death in December, 2015. Since Michael's passing, the farm continued to operate under Michael's estate and was named New Jersey Breeder of the Year in 2018. Leading the consignment will be the likes of millionaire Darlinonthebeach, carrying her first foal and selling in foal to World Champion Always B Miki; Hudson Trot winner Celebrity Ruth, carrying her first foal and selling in foal to Muscle Hill; and Act Now, selling in foal to Captaintreacherous. Other notables include My Little Dragon, carrying a three-quarter sibling to Stay Hungry; Darlins Delight, carrying a half to Darlinonthebeach; Worldly Treasure, carrying a half to Captaintreacherous; and Scandalous Hanover, carrying a full to Treacherous Reign. Please Behave sells carrying her first foal, that colt or filly by Chapter Seven; Belclare carrying a full to Captain Victorious; and Dragon Tale carrying a full to Workinonamystery. The mares will be selling in foal to many of the sport's most prominent sires including Captaintreacherous (eight in foal), Muscle Hill, Chapter Seven, Always B Miki, American Ideal and Bettor's Delight. For further information about the dispersal, please contact David Reid at Preferred Equine Marketing at (914) 773-7777. From Preferred Equine Marketing

The Standardbred Horse Sales Company is proud to announce that our 81st Annual Harrisburg Yearling Sale Preview is now posted on our website, www.theblackbook.com. Yearling video links will be posted closer to the Sale. Yearling Sale dates are Monday, November 4 through, Wednesday, November 6, featuring 855 fabulous yearlings (381 trotters, 474 pacers) 433 by Pennsylvania sires 156 by New York sires 185 by Ontario sires 53 by New Jersey sires 8 by Ohio sires 13 by Indiana sires 4 by Kentucky sires 3 by overseas sires. First crop yearling sires include: Bar Hopping (28) Betting Line (67) Control The Moment (11) Creatine (7) J K Endofanera (5) Southwind Frank (14) State Treasurer (1). Printed catalogs will be mailed September 13. Standardbred will again offer catalogs formatted for the iPad through the Equineline.com Sales Catalog app. As always, Standardbred provides multiple "Search" functions and downloadable PDF packets on our website to help in finding your next champion. Our convenient "My Black Book" feature allows customers to store lists of yearling prospects with pedigrees, video links, and personal notes in a confidential format that is accessible from any Internet-capable device. From the Standardbred Horse Sales Company

I have been involved with harness racing since the late 1980’s, and  I have to admit it’s a love/hate relationship. My love of horses came early as a child. I would do anything to ride a horse. My neighbor friend was lucky enough to have a horse, but she detested cleaning the stalls, which was a requirement her parents had for her.  I, of course, volunteered with the condition that I could ride Patches whenever I wanted. It was a while before her parents found out and stopped my job. They allowed me to continue riding but eventually Ruthie got tired of cleaning the stalls and her parents found a new home for Patches. Even though I was bitten by a horse, which required 150 stitches, fell off my fair share of them, and had a few visits to hospitals, my love of horses never weaned. Most of my adult life I showed/rode Arabian horses.  I also love the competition of racing, but find myself questioning some people’s motives in the business. A few years ago, my ex-husband Richard Young and I purchased a horse at the Harrisburg Yearling Sale. Her name was Elequent Diva. She was a beautiful animal and an extremely sweet horse to be around.  She was purchased with the full intent to race her one day.  I fell in love with her the day she arrived at our farm in Pennsylvania after we found out that racing was not to be in her future. Diva didn’t know how very sick she was, which looking back brings some comfort.  She was born with a rare congenital heart defect, one that would preclude her from racing or breeding. When we learned from the specialist’s at New Bolton that her life was considered guarded, we contacted the breeders/sellers, David and Brian Legge in Canada. We also contacted Standardbred Horse Sales Company. We told them that we would not be paying for the horse as she would never be able to race.   SHSC agreed that we should not pay for the horse. We never received an invoice. The breeders however, along with their consignment company, Preferred Equine, thought we should pay because we signed a contract that said the horse was being sold “as is”. I won’t get into the specifics of the contract as it is very complicated. Suffice to say they (SHSC) should one day reword their contract to include the “Diva Clause” which would protect all buyers of horses that have a congenital defect which effects their racing/breeding capabilities. We did offer to pay the Legges a very generous sum of money as to avoid possible litigation. That proved fruitless. The Legge’s did sue us first in Canada first but the judge said it was the wrong jurisdiction. They then got SHSC to assigns their rights, (SHSC didn’t want to be sued by them, but that is another story) which made it possible for the Legges’s to file a complaint against us in the US. This all could have been avoided if the Legges’s and David Reed would have just listened to reason and taken our generous offer. Realistically we didn’t have to offer them anything and could have shipped the horse either back to Harrisburg or to the Legges farm in Canada. In this conundrum we decided to keep Diva and try and make her life as comfortable as possible. Everything is not always about money. Sometimes we all need to just do the right thing. In this case what was important was a very sick beautiful horse deserving as good a life here on earth as we could provide. Looking back on the case it was so easy for everyone if they only had the best interest of Diva in mind. I have sold many show horses in my life and each time I would tell the buyer to take the horse home, ride him/her, get to know him/her and if you decide they will make a great horse for you then send me the check. If not, please bring them home to me.   The reason I do this is because it is the best thing to do for the horse and I also want the purchasers to be happy.  I am very thorough about the purchaser also. They need to pass the Joanne test.  I want to be sure my horse is going to the best possible home. If only more people cared about the animal and less about the dollars the horse industry would not have some of the problems they have today. I understand Diva was purchased at auction which is very different than a private purchase. That is why there should be protection for the buyers, sellers and most importantly for the horse. The trial lasted 4 days and after deliberating for less than 20 minutes the jury wanted to know how much they could award us. Needless to say, the Legges were less than thrilled with this question. The jury came back 10 minutes later and found we were not in breach of contract, meaning the “as is” clause in their contract did not mean that a horse with a congenital defect had to be paid for. We won, or did we. Certainly we felt vindicated, but no one really won. Much money, time, and stress won. Oh, and the attorney’s won too. But we did win one thing and that is we had Diva for a short time. As Diva exited Chris Ryder’s horse trailer that sunny June day in 2014, she quickly had a look around and decided this was going to be okay for a new home. We put her in the pasture with my elderly Arabian mare, Makkessa. That turned out to not be a great idea as Makkessa was almost completely blind and Diva was young and full of herself. Diva wanted to play, Makkessa wanted to barely move. We then decided to put her out with “the boys” which are a half Arabian gelding and a Dutch warmblood. Chase and Shane quickly fell in love with Diva and they all spent many great days running, eating and just being horses.  I actually had her at our farm for about a year and then my friend Katie took care of Diva. Katie didn’t own Diva but she treated her as if she did. Diva lived in Northern Florida with Katie because we thought it was better to not ship her up and down the east coast; as I lived in Pennsylvania during the summer and back in Florida in the winter. We thought it best to keep her in a mild climate. Diva lived with Katie for almost 2 years. Katie quickly got use to Diva’s voice when she wanted a treat or attention. She had to be fed first, after all she was the Diva! Katie rode Diva a bit, walking her down winding trails behind her home in the warm Florida sunshine until it proved too much for her ailing heart. Diva munched grass in lush pastures with her horse friends. People that came to the barn always heard Diva’s call for treats which they were kind enough to oblige her.  As time went on Diva’s heart was showing the signs we all feared. I remember one day Katie calling and we talked about what to do. The vet had her comfortable on medication. I told Katie to put her out with her friends in the pasture if she wanted to be with them. So on June 3, 2017  Katie put Diva out for the evening in the pasture she had frolicked in, where she ate the warm strands of Florida grasses, and enjoyed being with her buddies for the last time. In the morning Katie found Diva laying under the oak tree. She had passed away during the evening to the  sound of crickets. There was no sign of distress or movement, she just as the good girl she always was,  just laid down and went to sleep. I can’t help but cry as I write these words. Diva was a very special horse and I would not change a thing about the way she came into our lives. She taught us that all living creatures are valuable to the soul. She reminded us of what we should all strive to be, better people. Diva showed us that there is more to a life than the numbers in a bank account.   by Joanne Roy-Young   

In conjunction with its Annual Yearling Sale in Harrisburg, Standardbred Horse Sales Company is pleased to announce the 2018 edition of its popular “Stable Stars” Contest. Contestants will predict the knockdown sales prices of sixteen Harrisburg yearlings to be sold on Monday, November 5th. An online entry form can be completed from a link on the Home Page of The Black Book website (www.theblackbook.com); by submitting a printed and scanned form by email to harrisburgsale@theblackbook.com; or by FAX to 717 – 637 – 6766 until Thursday November 1st and thereafter to 717 – 233 – 3625. The deadline for submission of entries is Sunday November 4th at noon. Prizes will be given to contestants whose predictions are closest to the actual knockdown prices for individual yearlings, and whose total price predictions are closest to the total knockdown prices for all sixteen yearlings in the contest. Prizes are as follows: 1st Place – contestant whose grand total of all sixteen yearling prices is closest to actual total knockdown prices. The winner will receive a Standardbred hat and jacket, a $100 gift certificate to the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame store, and a $100 Amazon gift certificate. 2nd Place – contestant whose grand total of all sixteen yearling prices is second closest to actual total knockdown prices. The second place prize will be a Standardbred hat and jacket, a $50 gift certificate to the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame store, and a $50 Amazon gift certificate. Individual hip number winners – each contestant whose prediction is closest to the actual knockdown price of each of the sixteen yearlings will receive a Standardbred hat, a $25 gift certificate to the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame store, and a $25 Amazon gift certificate. Prizes will be mailed to the winners after the sale. The most astute contestants may win multiple prizes. Winners will be posted during the sale on our Facebook page and on our Twitter feed (@standardbred). All fans of harness racing are encouraged to test their knowledge of yearling sales in the contest, and to follow the Harrisburg Sale by live video stream from a link on The Black Book website (www.theblackbook.com).  From the Standardbred Sales Co.

The videos of the 233 yearlings that Hanover Shoe Farms will be selling at Harrisburg are now available online and can be found at the Farms' website hanoverpa.com. The yearlings are available for evaluation at the Hanover Fairgrounds daily, except Sunday, beginning at 11.00 AM through Friday, November 2. They will ship Harrisburg on Saturday, November 3 and will be available for inspection there beginning at 8.00 AM on Sunday, November 4. Visitor are welcome daily. Although appointments are not absolutely necessary, they would be greatly appreciated, together with a list of the yearlings that you would like to see. We will then be able to have those yearlings ready for you when you arrive. Lunch will be served daily. For further information, please contact Dr. Bridgette Jablonsky at 717-637-8931 or at drjablonsky@hanoverpa.com. by Vivian Jewitt, for Hanover Shoe Farm  

To enhance the end-of-season options for racehorse owners and breeders, the Standardbred Horse Sales Company will continue to accept entries to its annual Mixed Sale in Harrisburg until October 22, 2018 for inclusion in a supplement catalog. The supplement will be printed and distributed at the sale, made available for download online from our Black Book website (http://theblackbook.com/catalog-search.php), and become an update for our iPad catalog from Equineline.com. The Standardbred Horse Sales Company staff and management appreciates the support of our consignors and customers in this effort, and looks forward to a successful sale. From Paul F. Spears, Standardbred Horse Sales Company  

Standardbred Horse Sales Company has posted the 80th Annual Yearling Sale Black Book 1 catalog on its website at www.theblackbook.com/catalog-downloads.php. Download the catalog and other handy PDF packets, or create and track your own yearling lists with our "My Black Book" program. QR codes on individual yearling pages will link your Smart Phone or iPad to yearling videos when available. Download a "QR Reader" application from your Smart Phone's "App Store", and scan the QR code on the printed catalog page with your Smart Phone. The yearling video will soon appear. We hope you enjoy this handy innovation closer to the Sale. In response to recommendations by our European customers, Standardbred has included the USTA's new "Best Beaten Times" information in both Black Book 1 and 2. These times are indicated by the abbreviation "BT" in the pedigrees. Our iPad formatted catalog can now be downloaded using the Equineline.com Sales Catalog App by following the link on our DOWNLOADS page. Harrisburg offers great yearlings to meet every horseman's needs, from Grand Circuit to Fair racing. Find your champion today! by Paul F. Spears, for the Standardbred Horse Sales Company  

Standardbred Horse Sales Company is proud to announce that our 80th Annual Harrisburg Yearling Sale Preview is now posted on our website, www.theblackbook.com. Individual yearling pedigrees will soon follow, with yearling video links posted closer to the Sale. Yearling Sale dates are Monday, November 5 through Wednesday, November 7, featuring 852 fabulous yearlings (372 trotters, 480 pacers). 433 yearlings are by Pennsylvania sires, 185 by New York sires, 177 by Ontario sires, 27 by New Jersey sires, 13 by Ohio sires, 13 by Indiana sires, and 4 by overseas sires. First crop yearling sires include Artspeak (41), Sebastian K (24), He's Watching (9), Bolt The Duer (7), and Wheeling N Dealin (4). Printed catalogs will be mailed September 14. Standardbred will again offer catalogs formatted for the iPad through the Equineline.com Sales Catalog app. As always, Standardbred provides multiple "Search" functions and downloadable PDF packets on our website to help you find your champion. Our convenient "My Black Book" feature allows customers to store lists of yearling prospects with pedigrees, video links, and personal notes in a confidential format that is accessible from any Internet-capable device. by Jennifer Thompson, for Standardbred Horse Sales, Co.  

The Black Book Yearling and Mixed sale was held last week in Harrisburg, Pa., with more than 1,600 standardbreds going through the ring and Island buyers in the middle of the harness racing action. Windemere Farms of Hampshire purchased the Sportswriter yearling colt Cal Hanover for $27,000 at the U.S. sale. Blaine MacPherson, master of Howmac Farms in North Wiltshire, bought Clare Hall Hanover for $17,000. The daughter of Well Said is also a yearling. Allan MacDonald of Souris, of State Treasurer fame, bought the yearling filly Jolie Pearl, by Bettor’s Delight, for $15,000. Jolie Pearl is out of a sister to 2013 Sobeys Gold Cup and Saucer winner Escape The News. In other yearling sale action, Natasha Campbell of Winsloe signed for Navy Pilot Hanover with a $13,000 price tag. The yearling colt is a son of Western Ideal out of a half-sister to 2017 Gold Cup and Saucer finalist Sapphire City. Robert Phillips of Caledonia shelled out $7,000 for the Big Jim gelded yearling Rockyroad Slimjim. Jim Gorman of South Melville also purchased Rave Review, paying $22,000 for the yearling daughter of Bettors Delight. Rave Review is out of a sister to $2.9 million earner All Bets Off. In the mixed portion of the Harrisburg sale, Ryan Neill of Winsloe bought the broodmare Brown Velvet for $4,000. The 12-year-old daughter of Andover Hall is in foal to Pennsylvania stallion Muscle Massive. Jamie Whalen of Avondale purchased the 13-year-old broodmare Goddess’s Angel, in foal to Pennsylvania stud Ponder, for $2,000. Ian Smith of Stratford signed for 13-year-old broodmare Lady Sometimes for a $28,000 price tag. The daughter of Armbro Mackintosh has all ready produced $500,000 winner Sometimes Said and is in foal to world champion Somebeachsomewhere. Danny Birt of Stratford has had an impressive first year as a harness racing owner and chose to invest once again with the purchase of five-year-old racehorse Winter Blast. The son of Sand Shooter sold for $20,000 at the Pennsylvania sale with Birt signing the papers for the $100,000 winner who all ready won in 1:53.3 this year over the half-mile oval at Flamboro Downs. Buntainwood Farms of Brackley Beach sold five horses at the Black Book Sale, including Maritime champion Malabrigo. The eight-year-old daughter of Western Paradise sold as a broodmare not in foal for $2,500 with her former trainer Marc Campbell teaming up with fellow Winsloe resident Darryl MacLean to buy the pacing mare. Malabrigo went to Kentucky at the completion of her undefeated 2012 season, and all four of her offspring were also sold by Buntainwood Farms at the sale. Mirasol, a yearling filly by Somebeachsomewhere out of Malabrigo, was purchased by Delaware interests for $17,000, while a weanling gelding out of Malabrigo by Bettor’s Delight was bought by a New York owner for $10,000. Malnificent, a two-year-old Somebeachsomewhere filly out of Malabrigo, was bought by an Ontario owner for $11,000, with the three-year-old filly out of Malabrigo, Millamia by Bettors Delight, was bought by a Michigan owner for $4,000. P.E.I. Scene Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway held their final card of the season Sunday afternoon. Action now shifts to Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park with programs scheduled for Saturday and Sunday this week, both with 12:30 p.m. post times. The capital oval currently has three weekends with Saturday-Sunday racing scheduled up until Dec. 3 before the track goes to once a week racing until early February. Nicholas Oakes' column appears in The Guardian each Friday. He can be reached at nicholasoakes@hotmail.com. Nick’s Picks Saturday at 12:30 P.M. at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park: Race 1 – Regal Party Girl Race 2 – Brief Interlude Race 3 – Freddie Race 4 – West River Ambyr Race 5 – Hop Up Race 6 – Zarkana Race 7 – Nikes Cowgirl Race 8 – Sir Native Race 9 – Ramblinglily Race 10 – Windsun Kenda Race 11 – Avid Yankee Race 12 – Forever Paradise Nicholas Oakes Reprinted with permission of The Guardian

The 2017 edition of The Black Book 2 can now be found on Standardbred Horse Sales Company's website here. Printed catalogs are expected to be available for shipping on October 16. The harness racing Mixed Sale begins on Thursday, November 9 and ends on Friday, November 10 at the PA Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, PA, following the Select Yearling Sale which takes place from Monday, November 6 through Wednesday, November 8. Standardbred's popular "Black Book for the iPad" from www.equineline.com is available for download from a link on our website. Past Performances First Edition for race lines is also available for download on the website. Past Performances Second Edition with most current race lines will be available for download on November 1, and will be distributed in printed form at the Sale. The Mixed Sale has a total of 768 entries, including 177 broodmares and broodmare prospects, 30 weanlings, 59 yearlings, 30 stallion shares, and 472 race horses. Paul Spears Standardbred Horse Sales Company

Beginning on Thursday, October 5, the Hanover Shoe Farms videos for the harness racing yearlings selling at the Harrisburg sale on November 6, 7 and 8 will be posted on a daily basis. The videos of the majority of the trotting colts selling at Harrisburg are already up and are accessible on the Hanover website hanoverpa.com. The videos will be put up on a daily basis. The trotting colts will be followed by the trotting fillies on October 6, the pacing colts on October 7 and the pacing fillies on October 9. The remainder of the consignment, weather permitting, will be posted on October 10 and 11. Once the videos have all been assembled, the yearlings will be available for evaluation at the Hanover Fairgrounds, daily, except Sunday beginning at 11.00 AM, until they ship to Harrisburg on Saturday, November 4. For further information or to arrange an appointment please contact Dr. Bridgette Jablonsky or Murray Brown at 717-637-8931 or email at drjablonsky@hanoverpa.com or mbrown@hanoverpa.com. Murray Brown

WALLKILL, NY – September 26, 2017 Blue Chip Farms has announced that its 2017 Yearling Videos for the harness racing Harrisburg Yearling Sale are now available online here.   Forty one yearlings from sires including American Ideal, Bettor’s Delight, Chapter Seven, Somebeachsomewhere, Sunshine Beach and Sweet Lou are offered for inspection and available for x-ray by appointment at the farm.   Please contact Operations Manager, Eddie Amezcua, eamezcua@bluechipfarms.com for more information.  

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