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Champions, One Foal at a Time
Woodbridge Farm . .
. Spacious green pastures, and more.
WINNING PRODUCTS OF WOODBRIDGE FARM!
SOMETHINABOUTLAURA, foaled and raised at Woodbridge Farm, was purchased by Adena Springs for $560,000 at the 2008 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Selected Fall Mixed Sale last November, bringing her remarkable racing career to a fitting conclusion.
From 34 lifetime starts, she won 18 races, including 14 in stakes company. Among her notable achievements were back-to-back victories in the Grade 2 A Gleam Invitational Handicap at Hollywood Park in 2006/2007 and a Grade 1 placing at Santa Anita Park in 2008. She retired with earnings of $1,129,365 - among the highest in history for California-bred fillies and mares.
Somethinaboutlaura was sold in 2006 for the highest price in the history of the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale: $375,000.
The 2002 Dance Floor mare out of Crystals of Ice, by It's Freezing, was bred by longtime Woodbridge clients Allen and Toni Lilley of Lilley Ranch in Tracy.
Woodbridge Farm is also proud to be associated with the Grade 1 winner MISTICAL PLAN, a California-bred mare who has earned $814,290 to date.
Mistical Plan has won five races, including the 2008 Princess Rooney Handicap (G1) at Calder Race Course. In 2007, she emerged as one of the best fillies of her generation, with victories in the Grade 2 Fair Grounds Oaks at Fair Grounds and the $250,000 Sunshine Millions Oaks at Santa Anita Park. As a 2-year-old, she won Santa Anita's Cover Gal Stakes and ran second in the Grade 3 Pocahontas Stakes at Churchill Downs.
In recognition of her outstanding campaign at the ages of 2 and 3, Mistical Plan was honored with the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association's prestigious Valkyr Trophy in 2007.
This 2004 Game Plan mare out of Mistical Bel, by Bel Bolide, was bred by Carol Anderson of Gilroy, and raised at Woodbridge Farm.
The kind of care you want your horses
to have comes directly from Sue Greene, the owner
and the manager of Woodbridge Farm.
managed farms in California since 1975 and in 1999 bought the present Woodbridge
Farm, a 64-acre facility near Modesto. Since then, she has added an 18-stall
training barn and a six-horse Equigym.
tell you about Woodbridge . . .
closely with trainers with regard to their lay-ups, each one treated as
an individual. We foal using the Foalert system, monitoring each mare continuously
until she delivers. We imprint each foal. We work closely with neighboring
farms that stand stallions and have an excellent conception rate vanning
in to breed and coming right home.
a very strict worming and vaccination program, every 30 days along with
trims. Foals may need trimming on a more frequent basis to correct leg
deviations, and some lay-ups may need corrective shoeing more frequently.
60 acres of irrigated pastures that are very lush with Kentucky bluegrasses
and clover. Our feeding program is closely monitored through Kentucky Equine
Research Institute, custom-designed to complement our pastures and local
one main barn with 10 stalls, a foaling barn with nine large foaling stalls,
a training barn with 18 stalls, and a smaller quarantine barn with four
stalls. In addition, we have a six-horse Equigym.
of clients' horses at public auction have done very well. We were among
the top consignors at both the 1999 and 2000 Del Mar yearling sales, where
Woodbridge was one of only two consignors to sell $100,000-plus yearlings
is a commercial boarding facility.
We welcome your inquiries.
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