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Houyhnhnm Stables World-Class Trainers

Through our major clients, WE'VE WORKED EXTENSIVELY WITH:

Bill Mott, Bob Baffert, Dale Romans, Al Stall, Teresa Pompay, Tony Dutrow, Tom Amoss, and Wesley Ward.

We've had partnership horses in the past with the following trainers:

Rodney Jenkins

Before becoming established as a top trainer, Rodney Jenkins dominated the American show riding scene for nearly three decades. In 1999, he was inducted into the Show Jumping Hall of Fame. Rodney's horses won over $1.5 million in 2003 finishing first over 20% of the time and "in the money" over 52% of the time. He's on track for an even better 2004.

Steve Klesaris

The Klesaris stable star in 2007 was Diabolical who would have been one of the Breeders' Cup Sprint favorites but was sold to Darley and will race in Dubai in 2008. Diabolical won the Alfred G. Vanderbilt, was second in the Carter and won the Maryland Sprint on the Preakness card. In 2006 Miraculous Miss won 6 or her first 8 starts and Master of Disaster took the Majestic Prince and Oh Say in 2006. Both Diabolical and Master of Disaster were EQB two-year-old auction picks as documented by the Thoroughbred Daily News Fantasy Stable promotion. As of October, Steve has won $2,916,597 and finished first 29% of the time for 2007.

Graham Motion

Won his first Breeders’ Cup race in 2004 when Better Talk Now won the John Deere Turf (G1) at odds of 27.90-1. Won his first Grade 1 race at Keeneland with Film Maker in the 2003 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Stakes.

John Servis

John Servis trains horses primarily out of Philadelphia Park in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. In May 2004 his horse Smarty Jones won the Kentucky Derby, and subsequently went on to win the Preakness Stakes.

William Hutt Turner Jr.

When Seattle Slew became the 10th Triple Crown winner in 1977, William Turner’s stature as a legendary trainer was cemented. He remains the only living trainer of a Triple Crown winner.