Windfields Farm

Windfields Farm was a six square kilometre (1,500 acre) thoroughbred horse breeding farm founded by businessman E. P. Taylor in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.

Read more about Windfields FarmOrigin, The Northern Dancer Legacy, Operations: 1980-2009, Post Closure Disrespect and Community Action, Burials At Windfields Farm, Windfields Estate

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Winners of The Mazarine Stakes
... Casse Barber/Stoneway Farm 146.74 2011 Blue Heart J Bravo Brian Lynch Amerman Racing 144.86 2010 Wyomia Emile Ramsammy Dan Vella Anderson/Seltzer 143.92 2009 Biofuel Eurico Rosa da Silva Reade Baker ... Patrick Husbands Josie Carroll Arosa Farms 147.54 2002 Brusque Emile Ramsammy Ronald A ... B B Racing Stable 145.37 1999 Hello Seattle Robert Landry Mark Frostad Sam-Son Farm 145.63 1998 Fantasy Lake Robert Landry Roger Attfield Windhaven 144.80 1997 Kirby's Song Todd Kabel Tino Attard Kirby ...
Windfields Farm - Windfields Estate
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Cup And Saucer Stakes - Winners of The Cup and Saucer Stakes
... to Like (filly) Patrick Husbands Gail Cox Hillsbrook Farms 148.00 2010 Celtic Conviction Emile Ramsammy Michael Doyle Dura Racing/Doyle 144.88 2009 Hollinger ... Doyle Eaton Hall Farm 141.43 2004 Slew's Saga Steven Bahen Robert P ... Atlantic Fury (filly) Slade Callaghan Mark Frostad Sam-Son Farm 150.20 2000 Sky Alliance Gary Boulanger Mark Frostad Sam-Son Farm et al ...
Coronation Futurity Stakes - Winners
... Jockey Trainer Owner Time 2012 Up With the Birds Eurico Rosa da Silva Malcolm Pierce Sam-Son Farms 151.13 2011 Martimer Luis Contreras Sid C ... Steve Owens Empress Stable 154.20 1999 Dixieland Diamond Todd Kabel Mark Frostad Sam-Son Farm 155.06 1998 Zaha Robbie Davis Kiaran McLaughlin Shadwell Racing 155.20 ... Day Sam-Son Farm 152.00 1989 French King Sandy Hawley Bill Marko Rocco A ...

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    A farm is a good thing, when it begins and ends with itself, and does not need a salary, or a shop, to eke it out.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)