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Pan The Man Blossoms Apples

Pan Farms

Or Pac man but we here at the O.F.V.B.A. like to call him Pac Pan! But no matter what you call him Pan Farms recent purchases and sales along with wins on top have risen him to one of the most feared owners on the digitaldirt! On Friday the 13th call it his lucky day as Sarong wins the 7th running of The g1 Apple Blossom Handicap $500.000. After purchasing her for a mere $100.ooo from Duncan Farm he sent the 6year old girl to OP and cashed in! Did the handicapped weight play into factor? Leave a comment and tell us what you think. In other O.F.V.B.A. news Little Miss Kate finished 6th who was recently purchased from The Irishman Stables by Chili King Stables.

Track: Fast
Time: :233 :471 1:11 1:411

$2 Mutuel Prices:

6 – Sarong 7.80 4.60 2.90
5 – Sweet Honey Ryder   10.40 4.90
2 – Little Lulu     2.80

$1 Exacta: 6 – 5 Paid 55.30
$1 Trifecta: 6 – 5 – 2 Paid 80.70

Scratched: None


The roar of the crowd!

Kat Dog Finds A New Home

Duncan Farm

After recieving several site mails about Kat Dog I decided not on the highest bid but where I felt the horse would be tended to the best. As a breeder I must protect my bloodstock and Sire/Mares stats and not let the foal leaving Odessa end up in anyones hands. After contemplating on keeping I decided to send the trailer to DuncanFarm.  Sired from Dogs Bachelor Party out of Kapa Haka Kat the granddaughter of the infamous Kapa Haka, she will be resting in Lex, Ky. Good Luck to Duncan Farm and we will be following her career at The Florida Breeder News! Kat Dog was sold for $80.000.

Questions & Answers with Duncan Farm

Duncan Farm

I ran into Duncan Farm at the Jockey club during lunch and asked him about his horse Maui Dream who is racing in todays G3 Transylvania Stakes. The 3yr old California bred BC nominated Black colt stands 16.0 hands tall and has won its last 2 races including a $21.200 Nx1 at TAM back in February.

I asked Duncan Farm thse questions:

How do you feel your chances are in the race?

“I feel he has a decent chance but this is his toughest race by far.”

Who do you think is the tuffest competition?

“In my opinion the inside horse( looks to be the tough test on paper. But my horse won his last race in good time and I think he deserves a chance against top company.

If you win this race what are your plans for in the next race?

” I am concerned if he will make gr/ gr tomorrow in which case I may scratch but will wait and see.”

Thanks to Duncan Farm!