History

The cattle and swine farm purchased in 1961 was developed into a pristine Thoroughbred horse farm. As Stonereath Farm, the first yearling consigned to the 1962 Keeneland Sale, topped the sale for $82,000. Stonereath continued to make an impact in the sales ring throughout the years with yearlings bringing as much as $2,100,000 and $3,200,000.

In the words of Lendy Brown, "Stonereath gave us so many great moments. Owning the Broodmare of the Year, BEST IN SHOW, and her multiple Grade 1 winning daughter, BLUSH WITH PRIDE, were highlights of any Thoroughbred owner's dream. We bred, raised and sold high priced horses, with several bringing over a million dollars, and syndicated weanlings up to $2.5 million. Stonereath has been presented with Keeneland consignor gold cups for the best two year old filly and the best two year old colt. Many, many fine runners have come off the Stonereath pastures, and there will be many more to come."

Thoroughbred Record 1982 Article, Best in Show Broodmare of the Year

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