Keyword: Diamond A Farm

  • Arienza

    Arienza, Daughter of Azeri, Retired

    Arienza, a regally bred filly out of 2002 Horse of the Year Azeri, has been retired from racing and has been moved to Lexington with plans to be bred to a yet to be determined stallion.

  • Longtime KY Farm Manager Carr to Retire

    Ted Carr, farm manager for Gerald Ford's Diamond A. Farm, will retire at the end of the year. Carr's son, Ted M. "Mac" Carr, who is currently serving as assistant farm manager, will take over the reins as of Jan. 1.

  • After Market

    After Market to Stand at Lane's End in 2008

    Multiple grade I winner After Market, who has won three consecutive graded-stakes races since April, will enter stud in 2008 at William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky. A stud fee will be announced at a later date.

  • John Bell III: "Never seen anything like it."

    Foal Losses 'Devastating' to Family-Run Jonabell Farm

    John A. Bell III reached into his pocket and pulled out two sheets of paper with the cold, hard facts. "Well, here's the bad news," he said. Bad news, indeed, for the family-owned and operated Jonabell Farm that Bell founded in 1956. Of 76 mares previously checked and believed to be in foal for next year, 33 of them, 44%, are no longer pregnant. "Never seen anything like it," Bell said. His wife, Jessica, shook her head, adding, "It's just devastating."

  • Dahlia, "a great mare with great presence," has died at age 31.

    International Champion Dahlia Euthanized

    Millionaire Dahlia, who earned an Eclipse Award and twice was England's Horse of the Year, was euthanized April 6 at age 31 at Gerald Ford's Diamond A Farm near Versailles, Ky. The daughter of Vaguely Noble had been pensioned since 1996 and was buried at the farm. "She was a grand mare with great presence," said farm manager Ted Carr.