12/16/2018
Tunwoo, a son of worldwide leading sire Medaglia d'Oro and trained by Bob Baffert, will stand his first season at stud in 2019 at Bridlewood Farm...
11/5/2018
Bridlewood Farm added to stellar broodmares to their band at the Keeneland November Sale when they purchased the dams of Grade 1 winners Monomoy Girl and Catholic Boy...
9/12/2018
Bridlewood Farm's 3-year-old filly Osare went gate-to-wire to win the $300,000 Dueling Grounds Oaks at Kentucky Downs on Sept. 12 in the filly's stakes debut...
1/27/2018
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1/25/2018
Baoma Corporation’s Valiant Minister, a record-priced 2-year-old at OBS, has been retired and will take up stud duty at Bridlewood Farm in Ocala, FL. His 2018 fee will be $2,500 S&N...
Thursday, December 1, 2016

Bridlewood grads score Tampa MdSpWt double

More Than Kisses and Big Papi, a pair of Bridlewood training graduates, both tallied maiden special weight victories Nov. 30 at Tampa Bay Downs.

More Than Kisses, a 3-year-old filly by More Than Ready, kicked off the Bridlewood double with her three-quarter length triumph in race 3 at one mile on the turf (VIDEO). The winner is owned by Robert and Lawana Low and was bred in Kentucky by  Jerry Jamgotchian. More Than Kisses sold for $250,000 at the 2015 OBS Spring 2-year-old sale.

Later on the card in race 8, Big Papi, a 2-year-old Scat Daddy colt, scored impressively by 5 1/4-lengths in a swift 1:10.74 for the six furlongs on the main track (VIDEO). Big Papi is out of Little Green Light, who is a sister to four stakes winners, including multiple graded winner Too Much Bling. Big Papi is owned by Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners, who purchased the chestnut colt for $200,000 at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale in May of 2015.

"I would like to thank Jonathan and his staff for the great job they did for our clients. I think it's a testimony to our facilities and what we're trying to do," said Bridlewood General Manager George Isaacs.