Keyword: Suzie O'Cain

  • Carl Lizza

    Prominent Owner Carl Lizza Dies

    Carl Lizza, one of the leading owners on the New York Racing Association circuit for many years, died early in the morning July 8 at his home in Rockaway, N.J. He was 73.

  • NYTB Elects Ostrager as President

    At its first meeting of 2009, the New York Thoroughbred Breeders board of directors elected a new president and welcomed two new members.

  • NYTB Officers Elected

    At a Jan. 28 organizational meeting of New York Thoroughbred Breeders, Saratoga native Michael McMahon was re-elected as president for a second term.

  • Catienus

    Catienus Returns to New York for 2006

    Citing "overwhelming demand from New York breeders," Ramsey Farm-owned Catienus will stand again in the Empire State for the 2006 breeding season. The son of Storm Cat out of Diamond City (by Mr. Prospector) will stand at Highcliff Farm for $6,500 live foal.

  • Pensioned New York Stallion Triocala Dead

    Triocala, a popular New York runner from the early 1980s, was euthanized Aug. 5 at Joe Bartone and Carl Lizza Jr.'s Highcliff Farm near Delanson, N.Y., because of congestive heart failure.

  • Ostrager Re-elected as NYTB President

    Barry Ostrager was re-elected as president of New York Thoroughbred Breeders Inc. during an organizational meeting Jan. 26 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

  • Ray Paulick<br>Editor-in-Chief

    Club Med

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> -- As a move toward uniform drug rules progresses, it's obvious that no policy will please everyone.

  • New Yorker Suzie O'Cain Honored as 'Pioneer'

    Suzie O'Cain thought the phone call was just a reminder she had been invited to attend a Women's History Month reception at the governor's mansion in Albany, N.Y. honoring Pioneering Women of the Capital Region. O'Cain, who manages Highcliff Farm in Delanson, N.Y. with her husband Lynwood, was wrong.

  • Top sprinter Kelly Kip.

    Kelly Kip to Highcliff in New York

    Millionaire speedster Kelly Kip, who stood his first two seasons at Meadowbrook of Ocala Jockey Club in Florida, has arrived at Highcliff Farm near Delanson, N.Y.

  • Ocala Stud barn that was destroyed by fire.

    Electricity Possible Cause of Fatal Barn Fire

    Leading New York owner Carl Lizza hoped to broaden the scope of his mostly homebred racing stable by buying a large number of yearlings in 2001. His hopes perished in a late-afternoon barn fire Feb. 23 that killed 22 horses in training at Mike O'Farrell's Ocala Stud in Florida.