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...
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...
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...
Bridlewood Farm stallion Chitu was the leading Florida first-crop yearling sire at the recent OBS 2018 Winter Mixed Sale, held on Jan. 24-25.
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...
Sunday, August 2, 2015

First stakes horse for Big Drama

Save the Drama was a clear-cut second in Saturday’s $100,000 Mountaineer Juvenile S. to become the first black-type horse for Bridlewood Farm’s champion stallion Big Drama. 

With his first crop racing in 2015, Big Drama currently ranks fifth on the Freshman Sire list. With four winners from just seven starters, his strike rate of 57% is higher than any sire in the top five.

Save the Drama now has a win and two seconds in three starts. He is owned by Clyde Rice and was bred in Florida by Kirk Laneve. His dam, Powerful Two Punch, is a half-sister to four stakes horses, including Grade 3 winner Femma and the stakes winner Chief Cashier.