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Findlay, OH – The What The Hill Syndicate is pleased to announce that What The Hill’s book is full and closed for the harness racing 2019 breeding season. The Syndicate would like to thank all of those breeders who have supported What The Hill during his first two years as a stallion. What The Hill stands at Hickory Lane Farm, Findlay, Ohio.  

Hickory Lane Farm, Findlay, OH has partnered with Taylor Made Stallions, Inc., Lexington, KY, and Steve Stewart of Hunterton Farms, Lexington, KY, to purchase the 2017 Dan Patch award winning 'Three Year Old Colt Trotter of the Year', What The Hill, 2, 1:54.4, 3, 1:51.4 ($1,263,864.00) (Muscle Hill-KT Cha Cha-Angus Hall), who will stand the harness racing 2018 breeding season in Ohio at Hickory Lane Farm. “We are thrilled to have the privilege of partnering with Taylor Made and Hunterton Farm, two of the most well-known and respected names in the horse racing industry.” Stated R. Kevin Greenfield, President, Hickory Lane Farm. Trained by Ronald Burke throughout his career and driven by David Miller for his previous owners Burke Racing Stable, LLC, Our Horse Cents Stables, J&T Silva Stables, LLC, and Deo Volente Farms, LLC, What The Hill was the top performing three year old colt trotter this year winning numerous prestigious races including the $527,500.00 elimination and final Breeder’s Crown; the $684,000.00 (Can.) Canadian Trotting Classic in stakes record time, 1:51.4; an elimination heat of The Kentucky Futurity; and, the $350,000.00 TVG Series Championship defeating aged trotters in 1:51.4. At two, he won the New Jersey Sire Stakes Championship and the $294,450.00 Peter Haughton Memorial Final. In a dramatic twist of fate this year, What The Hill crossed the finish line first in the $1,000,000.00 final of the Hambletonian Stake only to be disqualified by a controversial judges decision that is presently under appeal. What The Hill is being syndicated and shares are now available for purchase under very attractive terms. He will stand at a service fee of $7,000.00 and it is expected that his book will fill quickly. For more information regarding purchase of shares or bookings contact Hickory Lane Farm c/o Ashley Stickel, Office Manager or Brad Wallace, Farm Manager at ashley@hickorylanefarm.com ph: 419-422-3004; fax: 419-425-2999; website: www.hickorylanefarm.com. Hickory Lane Farm, Taylor Made Stallions, Inc., and Steve Stewart of Hunterton Farm. 2017 Hambletonian Trotting Stakes 2009 Hambletonian Final - Muscle Hill Breeders Crown 3-Year-Old Colt Trot – What The Hill What The Hill - Canadian trotting classic

Harness racing owner Tom Hill, Lancaster, UK and Hickory Lane Farm, Findlay, Ohio are pleased to announce that they have reached and agreement to syndicate and stand Racing Hill (Roll With Joe-Chasing Ideals-American Ideal) 2, 1:51.2, 3, 1:48 ($1,727,689.00) at Hickory Lane Farm beginning in 2017. A winner in excess of 1.7 million dollars, Racing Hill retires to stud with the credentials of a true champion. At two, while establishing his 1:51.2 mark on a sloppy track, Racing Hill won such prestigious races as The Bluegrass Stakes, International Stallion Stakes and an elimination of The Breeder's Crown. This year at three, Racing Hill is currently the second leading money winner of all aged horses ($1,594,366.00) second only to Wiggle It Jiggleit. He also recorded the fastest winning time in the Breeder's Crown history (1:48) for three year old colt pacers at The Meadowlands surpassing the great Somebeachsomewhere's mark of 1:48.1. In addition, Racing Hill has won several of the prestigious three year old stake races. Besides winning the Breeder's Crown, Racing Hill recorded victories in the $500,000 Hempt Final at Pocono, the $500,000 Messenger Stakes at Yonkers, and the $400,000 Adios Pace at The Meadows. He was a fast closing second in a photo finish for win in The Meadowlands Pace and was a strong secong in the 1 million dollar North America Cup. Racing Hill is currently being syndicated by Hickory Lane Farm and will stand for an introductory Service Fee of $6,000.00 (US). Information regarding syndication or purchase of shares or individual bookings may be obtained by contacting Hickory Lane Farm, c/o Ashley Stickel, Office Manager, (419) 422-3004, ashley@hickorylanefarm.com; or, Kevin Greenfield, Syndicate Manager, Hickory Lane Farm, (419) 346-0609, kgreenfield@gkflaw.com. Racing Hill - 50th Delvin Miller Adios 3yo Open Pace Racing Hill  - Breeders Crown 3yo C&G Pace Final

Hickory Lane Farm, Findlay, Ohio is pleased to announce that it is adding another world champion trotter to its stallion roster in 2015 when World Champion, Uncle Peter (Cantab Hall-Victory Treasure-Enjoy Lavec), 1:54.2; 3, 1:52.3f; 4, 1:50.3f ($1,290,660) joins World Champion, Dejarmbro to form the most prolific tandem of promising young trotting stallions to stand in the state of Ohio. Winner of just under 1.3 million dollars and 13 races, Uncle Peter, at age 2, won the elimination and final of the Breeder's Crown on a 5/8 mile track in 1:54.2f. At 3, he won the Stanley Dancer Memorial, an elimination of the Hambletonian, a Pennsylvania Sires Stakes and the Pennsylvania All Stars. At 4, he established a world record for four year olds on a 5/8 mile track of 1:50.3f while banking in excess of a half a million dollars racing against the best trotters in North America. Born and raised in Ohio at Winterwood Farm, Uncle Peter will stand for an introductory service fee of $6,000.00. Uncle Peter is syndicated and shares are still available for purchase. For more information, please contact R. Kevin Greenfield, Syndicate Manager at 419-346-0609, kgreenfield@gkflaw.com or Hickory Lane Farm Manager, Brad Wallace at 419-422-3004, brad@hickorylanefarm.com From Hickory Lane Farm

Hickory Lane Farm is sad to announce that Stand Forever (Dragons Lair-Niajet) passed away on March 15, 2014, due to natural causes at age 22. A fixture at Hickory Lane since 1997, Stand Forever was a productive sire in Ohio for more than 17 years. From 446 starters, he sired 264 in 2:00, 93 in 1:55 and 1 in 1:50, with his offspring earning more than $18 million. His top performers included Dream Proof p,1:48.4 ($590,976), Perfect M Forever p,4,1:51.3f ($581,436), Talk Forever p,1:52.1 ($551,969) and the 2013 Ohio Sire Stake champion and two-year-old colt pacer of the year, Chance I Might. He was laid to rest at Hickory Lane Farm.  

Hickory Lane Farm, Findlay, Ohio, is pleased to announce that it has purchased the millionaire and two time world champion trotter, Dejarmbro, 2, 1:55f; 3:1:52.2f; ($1,137,285.00) from the Purple Haze Stables, LLC to stand at its farm in Ohio beginning with the 2013 harness racing breeding season.

The McArdle Syndicate is pleased to announce that beginning with the 2013 breeding season, McArdle, p. 3, 149m ($2,455,609.00) (Falcon Seelster - Lilting Laughter-Nihilator), will stand stud in Ohio at harness racing's prestigious Hickory Lane Farm.

The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association is pleased to announce the donation of two breedings to the harness racing stallion Trainforthefuture, to benefit the MSOA collegiate scholarship fund.

Trainforthefuture (Donerail-Colette Lobell-Joie DeVie) 3,1:55.3 ($235,944) has returned to Ohio and to Hickory Lane Farm to stand for the 2012 harness racing breeding season and beyond.

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