Keyword: bonita farm

  • Multiple graded stakes winner Kobe's Back will stand at Bonita Farm for $3,000 in 2018

    Kobe's Back Arrives at Bonita Farm

    Kobe's Back, a multiple graded stakes-winning millionaire sprinter and the first son of Flatter to stand in the Mid-Atlantic region, has arrived at Bonita Farm near Darlington, Md., to stand for the 2018 season.

  • Go for Gin at the Kentucky Horse Park.

    Go for Gin New Resident of KY Horse Park

    Kentucky Derby winner Go for Gin has arrived at the Kentucky Horse Park where he will reside in the Hall of Champions alongside fellow Derby winner Funny Cide, two-time Breeders' Cup winner Da Hoss, and superstar Cigar.

  • St Averil Sires First Winner

    Grade II winner St Averil sired his first winner when his daughter Goddess Angel won Sept. 6 at Timonium.

  • Consolidation in Maryland Breeding Farms

    Citing an "effort to rationalize costs in these difficult economic times while continuing to serve Maryland and mid-Atlantic breeders with high quality stallions", the Maryland Stallion Station announced Dec. 24 it will partner with Bonita Farm and Shamrock Farms for future operations.

  • William Boniface, Patriarch of Bonita Farm, Dead

    William Boniface, a retired racing editor for the Baltimore <i>Sun</i> and patriarch of one of Maryland's most prominent racing families, died Sept. 1 after a short illness. He was 89.

  • Mojave Moon's First Winner

    Grade II stakes-placed Mojave Moon was represented by his first winner when his son Mieszko won July 10 at Delaware Park.

  • Millionaire Valley Crossing Dead

    Iowa stallion Valley Crossing, a millionaire and grade I winner, died in September from complications following colic surgery.

  • Deputed Testamony Pensioned From Stallion Duty

    Deputed Testamony, the oldest living winner of the Preakness Stakes (gr. I), has been pensioned from stallion duty at the Boniface family's Bonita Farm near Darlington, Md.

  • 'Good, Bad, and Ugly' Of Maryland Horse Farm Shown in TV Series

    The show opens with a drumbeat, a horse running, and the words: "In the world of the thoroughbred, one thing you can count on is the unexpected." The show is "Thoroughbred," a 13-part series about life at Bonita Farm, the Boniface family's pride and joy in Maryland -- home to Deputed Testamony, winner of the 1983 Preakness. The first 30-minute episode begins at 8 p.m. (ET) Tuesday (April 3) on the cable channel Animal Planet. Subsequent episodes will be televised Tuesdays at that hour through June 19 (and also at 7 p.m. Saturdays).