Bridlewood Farm’s General Manager George Isaacs, accepted the Robert N. Clay Conservation Award on behalf of John and Leslie Malone on Saturday 9/11/21 at the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA) 35th National Awards Dinner. The award was given by Holley Groshek, executive director of Equine Land Conservation Resource (ELCR). The award was established in 2014 to honor a member of the community to help increase awareness of the importance that is land conservation. The award demonstrates how significant the cause is to the Thoroughbred industry and to hopefully inspire others. “The world will be a better place because of the Malone’s commitment to land conservation and their stewardship to Bridlewood’, says George Isaacs.
Here is an excerpt from American Horse Publications written by Holley Groshek, “”John Malone, the largest landowner in the United States, is no stranger to the conservation world. A well-respected philanthropist and supporter of land preservation, John is the founder of the Malone Family Land Preservation Foundation and a member of the board of The Nature Conservancy, one of the largest land-conservation nonprofit organizations in the country. Leslie Malone, a horse lover since childhood, is a well-known equestrian and major supporter of the U.S. Olympic Dressage Team.Read Full Story
Sep 17, 2021 Bay Storm never relinquished in $100k Christiecat by Ryan Martin Bridlewood Farm’s Bay Storm made her stakes debut and second start off a ten-month layoff a winning one, asserting to the front and never looking back in Friday’s sixth running of the $100,000 Christiecat for sophomore fillies going six furlongs over […]Read Full Story
It was a big day for LNJ Foxwoods and their team on Saturday, as their filly, OUTFOXED took the win with 13 1/2 lengths in the FTBOA Susan’s Girl Stakes at Gulfstream. The 2 year old is a Baoma Corp homebred and OBS – Ocala Breeders’ Sale grad as well as being the first winner […]Read Full Story
Iconic Horse Farms | Bridlewood Farm Jun 22, 2021 Bridlewood Farm: Then and Now Written by Cynthia McFarland Ocala didn’t become Horse Capital of the World® overnight. It took the steadfast efforts of dedicated horsemen over decades to establish this area as a proven site for breeding, raising and training successful horses. Through the years, specific farms become […]Read Full Story