Frac Daddy wins the Grade Three Ben Ali Stakes at Keeneland on April 19.
Two distinguished homes on Ontario’s Thoroughbred panorama – Park Stud and Joey Gee Thoroughbreds – had been put in the marketplace, Canadian Thoroughbred reviews.
Park Stud in Mono, Ontario is a 100-acre operation owned through Michael and Laurel Byrne. The farm is house to the younger sire Frac Daddy, who has temporarily made his method up Canada’s stallion ranks.
The valuables contains two apartments and an condominium over the storage and a indifferent administrative center development. At the equine facet, the farm options 31 stalls, together with the huge major barn, the four-stall stallion barn, and a 65 x 35-foot loafing barn.
The fee for the valuables is to be had upon request.
Additionally in the marketplace is Joe Guerrieri’s Joey Gee Thoroughbreds, which accommodates the previous Gardiner Farms in Caledon, Ontario.
The 104.6-acre checklist options 3 portions which can also be bought one at a time, or in entire.
The educational middle features a half-mile out of doors coaching observe and a quarter-mile indoor observe, with over 40 stalls, 3 spherical pens, and 17 paddocks. It additionally has a couple of two-bedroom personnel homes.
The broodmare barn portion of the valuables has 47 stalls, together with 4 stallion stalls, and 15 turnout paddocks. Rounding out the slate is the foaling barn, which has 11 stalls plus one isolation stall, two massive paddocks, and a separate three-bedroom bungalow house.
The valuables is indexed for $4,695,000 Canadian.
Moffat Dunlap Realtor Brokerage has the checklist for each homes.
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