Sightseeing, sire of 2012 Spinaway Stakes (gr. I) winner So Many Ways, died Dec. 8 from complications due to intestinal surgery, Richland Hills Farm president Nathan Fox confirmed Dec. 12.
The first foal for grade II winner Sightseeing is a filly born Jan. 21 at Jay and Jana Goodwin's Good Win Farm in Paris, Ky.
On a warm and windy overcast morning March 6, trainer Joel Marr stood pensive in the shedrow of his undefeated modern-day world record holder Peppers Pride's new home at Nathan Fox's Richland Hills Farm near Midway, Ky. Although in less than 24 hours, he will be bidding farewell to the best horse he has ever trained, Marr approached the subject with ease.
Bryan Cross, 39, has joined the team at Richland Hills Farm as director of sales.
Nathan Fox, president of Richland Hills Farm, announced that veteran racetrack executive Corey Johnsen and Ray Reid have joined the farm's ownership team.
Bryan Cross, 39, has been named director of sales at Richland Hills Farm near Midway, Ky.
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