By Sarah Mace
New York Thoroughbred Breeders, Inc. (NYTB) is pleased to announce the nominees for the New York-bred divisional champions of 2018. New York turf writers, handicappers, chart callers and racing analysts will vote on the winners of each division. The voters will also choose the 2018 New York-bred Horse of the Year.
The 2018 New York-bred divisional champions and New York-bred Horse of the Year will be announced at NYTB’s Annual Awards Banquet on the evening of Monday, April 1, 2019 at the Saratoga National Golf Club in Saratoga Springs, New York. Also to be honored at the banquet, will be Broodmare of the Year, Champion Trainer, Champion Jockey and Outstanding Breeder.
A list of the 2018 New York-bred divisional championship nominees by category follows, along with links to their Equibase Horse Profiles:
Champion Two-Year-Old Male:
Not That Brady
Champion Two-Year-Old Filly:
Surge of Pride
Champion Three-Year-Old Male:
Champion Three-Year-Old Filly:
Champion Older Dirt Male:
Can You Diggit
Mind Your Biscuits
Pat On the Back
Champion Older Dirt Female:
Champion Male Turf Horse:
Champion Female Turf Horse:
Champion Male Sprinter:
Eye Luv Lulu
Mind Your Biscuits
My Boy Tate
Champion Female Sprinter:
Swing and Sway
Source URL: http://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2019/01/21/2018-nyb-div-champ-nominees/
By Sarah Mace
The New York Thoroughbred Breeders, Inc. (NYTB) concluded its annual board election on Friday, December 14, 2018. This year NYTB members voted to fill five seats on the board for candidates to serve two-year terms from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020.
The winning candidates are:
Scott Ahlschwede, DVM
Thomas J. Gallo III
Daniel P. Hayden
Vivien G. Malloy
The six remaining members of the NYTB Board will serve the second year of two-year terms in 2019:
Joan M. Taylor, D.V.M.
Whittemore, Dowen & Ricciardelli, LLP, an accounting firm in Queensbury, NY, administered the NYTB board elections by validating the eligibility of all voters and receiving the completed ballots directly from members of the association. The firm then tabulated and certified the election results.
Whittemore, Dowen & Ricciardelli, LLP reported the official results to NYTB in a letter dated on December 14, 2018.*
*Click here to read Whittemore, Dowen & Ricciardelli, LLP’s letter certifying the results of the election.
Source URL: http://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2018/12/15/nytb-board-election-results-2018/
By Sarah Mace
Dr. Stephen G. Jackson, a leading equine nutrition consultant and the president and owner of Bluegrass Equine Nutrition in Versailles, KY, will be the featured speaker at New York Thoroughbred Breeders’ Inc. (NYTB) Breeding Industry Educational Series Seminar “Focus on Nutrition: Feeding to Raise an Athlete.” The seminar-style meeting will take place on Saturday, December 8 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Fasig-Tipton Sales Pavilion in Saratoga Springs.
The New York State Thoroughbred Breeding & Development Fund Corporation is the sponsor of this free event. Attendees should RSVP to the NYTB office by December 3 at (518) 587-0777 or email@example.com.
A native of Lubbock, Texas, Dr. Jackson earned his Bachelor of Science in Animal Science at Texas A&M University, before going on to complete a Ph.D. in Equine Nutrition and Exercise Physiology from the University of Kentucky. He taught for 12 years at the University of Kentucky while focusing his research on Equine Growth and Development, Exercise Physiology and Nutrition of the Equine Athlete.
Moving to the public sector, Dr. Jackson served as the vice president of Kentucky Equine Research in Versailles from 1990-96, before assuming his current position as president and owner of Bluegrass Equine Nutrition, also in Versailles.
Dr. Jackson acts as consultant for horse farms in the areas of horse nutrition and management and feed manufacturers in the formulation of horse feeds. He has lectured and consulted throughout the U.S and in over 50 countries across the globe.
Dr. Jackson’s clients are a veritable who’s who of leading farms in the United States, Japan, England, Ireland, Brazil and Australia. His Kentucky clients include Darley, Lanes End, Three Chimneys Farm, Pin Oak Stud, Taylor Made Farm, Sienna Farm, Juddmonte Farm and Denali Stud. In California he has consulted Harris Ranches, Tommy Town Farm, Ballena Vista Farm and Megali Stud. Internationally his clients include Darley (England, Ireland and Japan), North Hills Management in Japan, Stud TNT in Brazil and Coolmore (Ireland and Australia).
Owner of Jackson Purchase Farm in Versailles Kentucky, Dr. Jackson also breds for the commercial market and race track.
Source URL: http://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2018/11/17/steve-jackson-nytb-seminar-dec-8/
It is with heavy hearts that we at NYTB must pass along the news that longtime New York horseman Rick Violette passed away this morning, Sunday, October 21, following a long illness. He will be sorely missed by New York’s racing and breeding communities. We reproduce NYRA’s statement on Rick’s passing in full below, which includes a comment from NYTB Executive Director Jeff Cannizzo. Also, click here to read the statement from NYTHA.
From NYRA Communications:
ELMONT, N.Y. – Longtime New York Racing Association (NYRA) horseman and former president of the New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (NYTHA) Richard Violette, Jr. passed away this morning in Florida following a lengthy illness. He was 65.
Violette was born January 30, 1953 in Worchester, Massachusetts and showed hunters and jumpers as a teenager. After his graduation from Lowell University, Violette turned his attention to the racetrack and, at age 24, began training thoroughbreds full-time. He saddled his first starter on June 25, 1977 at Suffolk Downs in East Boston, Massachusetts. His first win came less than two months later with Catch the Action on August 18 at Rockingham in New Hampshire.
Following his training start, Violette worked as an assistant to Emile Allain at Woodbine Racetrack in Ontario, Canada, before moving to New York as David Whiteley’s assistant trainer. He resumed his own stable in 1983.
“Rick Violette embodied New York racing, and his commitment to the men and women who are the backbone of our sport was unparalleled,” said NYRA CEO and President Chris Kay. “As the longtime President of the New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association, Rick was a powerful advocate in Albany for the interests of horsemen and women across New York. Knowing how hard he worked, and the determination he showed throughout his life, it was particularly fitting to see the success Rick enjoyed over the past year with multiple Grade 1 winner Diversify. On behalf of the New York Racing Association, we offer our condolences to Rick’s family, friends and colleagues. He will be missed.”
Violette was an ardent advocate for New York horse racing, having served more than 25 years on the NYTHA board, including nine as its president from 2008-2017. He was a member of NYRA’s Board of Directors during his tenure as NYTHA president. He was also the former president of the national Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (THA). Violette was named director emeritus of the THA in 2018.
“Rick was a champion, plain and simple. His work, largely unnoticed and often unrecognized, made the lives of the backstretch workers better. He was their promoter and defender – creating and solidifying programs that have real impact on people’s lives – health care, college scholarships, rider safety, substance abuse counseling. These programs would not exist without Rick’s foresight and perseverance,” said NYTHA President Joe Appelbaum. “For twenty-five years, Rick fought like a lion for the horsemen and our workers; gaining us a voice in the conversation with his tireless effort and tenacious spirit. Visiting the backstretch at Saratoga, not seeing him standing at the main track gap with his binoculars slung over his shoulder is unimaginable. What a sad day for horse racing.”
Violette’s support of the New York breeding program was no more evident than in the litany of talented New York-breds he sent postward over the years, including multiple graded stakes winners Read the Footnotes, Samraat, and two-time New York-bred champion Upstart.
“I had the privilege to work with Rick for over a decade through many ups and downs in New York racing. His perseverance will never be matched,” said Jeffrey Cannizzo, Executive Director of the New York Thoroughbred Breeders. “Rick did so much tirelessly on behalf of his fellow horsemen. He stuck to his morals and always kept to his beliefs. I had the utmost respect for him and learned much from his actions. As I told him this summer, I’m glad we had the chance to see how good a horseman he truly was this year with Diversify. His support will be missed by all of New York.”
Most recently, Violette campaigned Lauren and Ralph M. Evans’ New York-bred Diversify to victory in the 2017 Grade 1 Jockey Club Gold Cup, as well as the Grade 2 Suburban and Grade 1 Whitney this summer. Through three seasons of racing, Diversify has garnered nearly $2 million in earnings with 10 wins from 16 starts. Additional Grade 1 winners for Violette include Kentucky-bred Dream Rush and the Florida-bred Man From Wicklow, who Violette also owned.
Through his nearly four-decade-long career, Violette recorded 870 wins and total purse earnings of $44,521,759. His final winner was Byself in an allowance optional claiming race on Sunday, October 14 at Belmont Park.
Violette found perhaps his greatest passion, however, advocating for issues affecting horsemen and backstretch workers and the advancement of thoroughbred aftercare.
At NYTHA, Violette oversaw the expansion of a number of social initiatives, including its college scholarship program and racehorse aftercare. In addition, he championed and secured funding for Backstretch Education, which offers ESL courses, a language lab and the Groom Development Program.
Violette was co-chair of the Backstretch Employee Service Team Board of Directors (B.E.S.T), a non-profit based at Belmont Park that provides free health and social services to the backstretch communities at all NYRA tracks.
He was a founding member of the Board of the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance and co-created the TAKE THE LEAD Thoroughbred Retirement Program. In 2012, he co-founded TAKE2 Second Career Thoroughbred Program with a focus on providing an avenue for the retraining of retired racehorses for the show horse world. He served as the organization’s president until his death.
Source URL: http://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2018/10/21/longtime-nyra-trainer-former-nytha-president-rick-violette-jr-passes-away-65/
By Sarah Mace
The featured speaker at the New York Thoroughbred Breeders’ Inc. Sunday, October 14 meeting “How to Develop a Strategy for Success: Equine Business Consultation” will be Leonard C. Green, CPA, MBA. Green has extensive credentials, three decades of experience in the thoroughbred industry and a long list of accomplishments which should make for a highly informative discussion about succeeding in today’s challenging equine business environment.
Given the open format of the seminar-style meeting, Green has also asked NYTB to solicit questions from attendees in advance about any topics they would like to see discussed. Questions may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A New Jersey Certified Public Accountant, Leonard Green is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Owner / President Management Program. He holds a master’s degree in Taxation, with Honors, from New York University and an undergraduate degree in Accounting from Rutgers University. For 17 years Green has taught entrepreneurship and family business courses at Babson College.
Green has been involved in the thoroughbred industry as owner, breeder and consultant for more than 30 years. He is the managing partner of DJ Stable, LLC, a successful racing operation which has won 2,300 races at 13 different racetracks and has bred and/or owned 80 stakes winners, including grade 1 winners Songandaprayer, Do It With Style, and Hoppertunity. DJ Stable bred or owned champions Larkwhistle, November Snow and Rhum and has earned eight individual leading owner’s titles at four different race tracks including Monmouth Park and The Meadowlands. The operation is responsible for the sales of approximately $35,000,000 worth of horses, including five horses for $400,000 and up, and 24 horses for over $250,000 and up.
Green is also Founder and Chairman of New Jersey-based accounting and equine advisory firm The Green Group, which specializes in the thoroughbred industry and has over 400 accounting clients in the thoroughbred and standardbred industries nationwide, including partnerships, syndications, owners, trainers and breeders. The Green Group has successfully handled over 100 IRS matters within the horse industry and he has done valuation work both for clients and in connection with legal disputes.
In addition to his classroom duties at Babson, Green has been a featured speaker at the annual Kentucky Legal Conference (UKCLE) in Lexington which is annually attended by almost 200 legal, insurance and business professionals, a regular speaker at Monmouth Park, the New Jersey State Bar Association and a number of Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA) sessions. He has also been featured on CNBC “Business to Business” for stories focusing on making money in the horse breeding and racing industries. A monthly columnist on the horse business for the shuttered Thoroughbred Times, in 2017 Green released a top selling business book, The Entrepreneur’s Playbook.
NYTB board member Joan Taylor, DVM, who is also the chair of the organization’s Educational Committee, said,
The NYTB Educational Committee is thrilled to offer the opportunity for New York thoroughbred breeders to benefit from Len Green’s extensive equine, business, and accountant expertise at our upcoming seminar. Thirty years breeding, owning, racing and selling thoroughbreds have shaped his unique perspective on how to surmount the often difficult business and financial challenges we face in our industry.
Taylor also urges attendees to take advantage to Green’s offer for them to submit questions in advance about topics relevant to them. “Submit questions in advance that you would like Len to address” Taylor said. “This is a tough business, but here’s your chance to get sound, free business advice from the ultimate pro!”
The seminar, which is scheduled to take place the day before Fasig-Tipton’s Saratoga Fall Sale and includes the 2018 Annual NYTB Membership Meeting, will begin at 5:00 p.m. at the Fasig-Tipton Sales Pavilion.
The entire event is sponsored by the New York State Thoroughbred Breeding & Development Fund Corporation and will be immediately followed by a complimentary guest cocktail hour and barbeque for all RSVP’d guests in attendance. Those who wish to attend must RSVP to the NYTB office by October 11 at (518) 587-0777 or email@example.com. Click here for seminar flyer.
Source URL: http://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2018/09/18/leonard-green-nytb-october-18-seminar/
2018 NYTB Annual Membership Meeting, October Seminar & BBQ
On Sunday, October 14, in advance of the Saratoga Fall Sale on October 15, NYTB will host, “How to Develop a Strategy for Success: Equine Business Consultation with Leonard C. Green, CPA.”
Leonard C. Green, CPA is the founder of Equine Advisory Firm, The Green Group, and the managing partner of DJ Stable, LLC. This is a seminar-style meeting which includes the 2018 Annual NYTB Membership Meeting beginning at 5:00 p.m. at the Fasig-Tipton Sales Pavilion.
Our speaker has invited attendees to submit questions they would like to see addressed at the seminar in advance. We encourage all interested attendees to submit their questions by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is sponsored by the New York State Thoroughbred Breeding & Development Fund Corporation. The seminar will be immediately followed by a complimentary guest cocktail hour and barbeque for all RSVP’d guests in attendance.
Those who wish to attend must RSVP to the NYTB office by October 11 at (518) 587-0777 or
Click here for seminar flyer
Empire Showcase Day in the West Wing Room at Belmont Park
On Empire Showcase Day at Belmont Park, Saturday, October 20, join NYTB for a full card of New York-bred racing, featuring eight stakes races, along with a buffet lunch in the West Wing Room located directly above the finish line overlooking the track. *Jackets and ties are required for men in The West Wing Room/ no jeans for this venue.*
NYTB is offering a private charter bus departing from Saratoga Springs at 8:00 a.m. and arriving at Belmont Park at approximately 12:00 noon. The bus will leave Belmont Park after the conclusion of the day’s races. You must reserve your space by October 4 or an additional 25% late fee will apply.
Bus & Lunch:
$95 NYTB Members
You MUST RSVP by October 4, 2018: (518) 587-0777
Click here for event flyer.
Source URL: http://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2018/09/17/join-nytb-october-events-18/
By Sarah Mace
The New York Thoroughbred Breeders, Inc. (NYTB) presented its two annual scholarships, the Gerald A. Nielsen, Sr. and Debby Malloy Winkler Scholarships, in the Saratoga winner’s circle after the fourth race on Friday, July 27.
Established by Mrs. Joanne Nielsen to honor her late husband Gerald A. Nielsen, Sr. and by Mrs. Vivien Malloy to honor her late daughter Debby Malloy Winkler, these $5,000 scholarships recognize a full-time student enrolled in an equine-related course of study at an accredited college or university in New York State. The scholarships are intended to foster the education and development of individuals who show the promise of making make a positive contribution to the thoroughbred industry in New York and beyond.
Receiving the 2018 Gerald A. Nielsen, Sr. Scholarship was Lauren DeGennaro, who recently completed her third year at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Mrs. Nielsen and Jeffrey Cannizzo, Executive Director of the New York Thoroughbred Breeders, made the presentation.
Valedictorian of the Class of 2009 at Sacred Heart High School in Waterbury, CT, DeGennaro went on to graduate cum laude from Boston College in 2013 as a Biochemistry major with a minor in Theology, DeGennaro expects to complete her graduate work at Cornell in 2019.
DeGennaro is active in community service, working as a student clinician at the Southside Cornell Healthy Pet Clinics, which serve clients twice below the federal poverty line, and as a volunteer at Hidden Acres Therapeutic Riding Center in Naugatuck, CT. While at Cornell DeGennaro has also worked as a student research assistant and veterinary assistant.
“I am so grateful to the NY Thoroughbred Breeder’s, Inc. for awarding me the Gerald A. Nielsen, Sr. Scholarship,” DeGennaro said. “Equine theriogenology (i.e. reproduction) is an aspect of equine medicine that I have become very interested in, especially from my clinical rotations at Cornell and from what I have seen and learned during my various externships. This scholarship a wonderful gift that will definitely help me achieve my professional goals to become a competent and compassionate equine practitioner.
Selected to receive this year’s Debby Malloy Winkler Scholarship was Rudy Weitze, who will be a junior next year at Cobleskill College. Mrs. Vivien Malloy made the presentation.
A native of Kingston, New York, Weitze is an Agricultural Business major at Cobleskill with an interest in agricultural marketing, in particular stallion promotion. An active participant in the Agricultural Business Club as its Vice President, Weitze has also worked at Racebrook Stables in Esopus for four years. He hopes to establish his own breeding operation in New York and is interested some day in running for State Senate, where he would “work for the advancement of the thoroughbred industry.”
“I’m very grateful to be receiving this scholarship from the Debby Malloy Winkler family and the New York Thoroughbred Breeders Inc.,” said Weitze. “This award will allow me to continue my education and achieve my end goal of becoming a thoroughbred breeder in New York.”
Weitze also has his mind on recruiting new racing fans. “Thoroughbred racing truly means the world to me. If you bring someone to the racetrack for a day, you can make them a fan for life. This scholarship not only opens up doors for myself, but for those around me. I hope to become a leader who will work for the greater good of the industry and set new standards of excellence in thoroughbred breeding.”
Previous recipients of the Gerald A. Nielsen, Sr. New York Thoroughbred Breeders, Inc. Scholarship:
2012 Jacqueline Pino (read more)
2013 Allison Tuchrello (read more)
2014 Kaitlyn Douglas (read more)
2015 Tate Morris (read more)
2016 Cassandra Cromer (read more)
2017 Rachel L. Hilliard (read more)
Previous recipients of the Debby Malloy Winkler. New York Thoroughbred Breeders, Inc. Scholarship:
2014 Nicolina Foti (read more)
2015 Courtney O’Connell (read more)
2016 Natasha Tarnawa (read more)
2017 Ella Mariah Pittman (read more)
Source URL: http://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2018/07/27/winkler_nielsen-scholarships-2018/
(Old Friends press release – edited)
GEORGETOWN, KY – JULY 13, 2018 – Say Florida Sandy, a multiple graded stakes winner and one of the greatest New York-breds of all time, has died.
The 24-year-old stallion, who was retired with Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Farm in Georgetown, KY, passed from an apparent heart attack on July 11, but a full necropsy is pending.
Michael Blowen, founder and president of Old Friends, made the announcement today.
Bred by Sanford Bacon, the son of Personal Flag out of the Sweet Candy mare Lolli Lucka Lolli was a star of the New York racing circuit for much of his seven-year career. He won several New York-bred championships, including three New York Champion Sprinter titles and New York Horse of the Year honors for 2000 and 2001.
Raced by Bacon before being lost for $70,000 in a claiming race in 1997, Sandy had several owners and conditioners, but won the lion-share of his races for trainer Juan Serey and owner John Rotella.
In all, the dark bay stallion won 17 stakes during his 98-race career, including the Grade 2 True North at Belmont Park, the Grade 3 Gravesend at Aqueduct in 1998 and 2000, and the Grade 3 Philadelphia Breeders’ Cup Handicap. He retired from racing in 2003 with a record of 33 wins and earnings of $2,085,408.
Say Florida Sandy entered stud in 2004 at Buckridge Farm in Kinderhook, N.Y. where he stood for 10 years. As a sire he is best represented by stakes winner Say Toba Sandy, who won the Finger Lakes Juvenile Fillies Stakes in 2007.
Say Florida Sandy was pensioned by his syndicate and retired to Old Friends in 2014.
“It’s been a privilege to retire one of the top New York-breds of all time,” said Old Friends’s Blowen. “Sandy was a very sensitive stallion, so he was placed at Hurstland Farm in Midway, KY under the watchful eye of owner Alfred Nuckols, who took the greatest care of him,” Blowen added.
“We are grateful to breeder Sanford Bacon and to Walter Downey, who managed Sandy’s syndicate, for allowing us to care for their champion.”
Source URL: http://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2018/07/13/multiple-graded-stakes-winner-ny-horse-year-say-florida-sandy-dead-24/
By Sarah Mace
Details and RSVP dates are on the books for NYTB’s annual Saratoga events.
NYTB’s annual cocktail party at the Fasig-Tipton NY-Bred Preferred Yearling Sale will take place on Saturday, August 11 and Sunday, August 12 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Fasig-Tipton Sales grounds in Saratoga Springs
Guests will enjoy culinary selections and complimentary cocktails in the Upstairs Buyers’ Lounge and Balcony. Tickets include both Saturday and Sunday nights.
$75 NYTB members
You MUST RSVP by August 6 at (518) 587-0777
or a late fee will apply.
Click here for printable invitation.
Click here for printable reply card.
On Friday, August 24, 2018, Saratoga New York Showcase Day, NYTB will host an event in the At The Rail Pavilion trackside on the Clubhouse turn. The all-New York-bred race card features six stakes races.
Included is a buffet-style lunch, admission, soda, coffee & tea, and Post Parade program.
$100 NYTB Members
Click here for event flyer.
This is a sell-out event!
Guests MUST RSVP by August 1 by calling (518) 587-0777.
Source URL: http://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2018/07/10/2018-saratoga-events/
By Sarah Mace
A group of owners and friends of late New York trainer and breeder Glenn DiSanto honored his memory on June 9 by dedicating a plaque for him at the Oklahoma training track at Saratoga Racecourse. The plaque is affixed to the outside rail.
Speaking for the group, DiSanto’s friend John Veitch reported, “A few of [Glenn’s] former owners thought a memento would be appropriate. A plaque was decided upon, and NYRA was generous in covering all costs and work involved. The owners contributed the equivalent cost of the plaque to B.E.S.T. in September 2017.”
B.E.S.T. is an acronym for the Backstretch Employee Service Team, a nonprofit organization which provides free health and social services to the backstretch communities at the Aqueduct, Belmont and Saratoga Racetracks.
A native of Carmel, New York, DiSanto graduated from the horse management program at the State University of New York at Cobleskill. He started in the equine business with show horses at West Creek Farm in Sharon Springs, where he began his involvement with the state breeding program. He then purchased Summit View Farm in Greenwich in 1984 as a base for his breeding and boarding business.
DiSanto, who succumbed to cancer on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at the age of 62, trained on the New York Racing Association circuit for more than three decades, saddling his first winner in 1991 when Hildaskova captured a maiden claimer at Aqueduct Racetrack. His last winner was in 2015 with Lotza Heat at Belmont Park.
DiSanto, who was one of the pioneers in the use of the Oklahoma Training Track during the offseason at Saratoga Race Course, was also well known for his advocacy for retired thoroughbred horses.
“He was a big supporter who did a lot for us,” said Lisa Molloy, an executive director at Rerun Thoroughbred Adoption. “He was one of the best horsemen around,” she added. “He never lost his temper with anything. He always knew what he was doing, and the animals just loved him.”
Virtually everyone who came in contact with DiSanto recalls his upbeat demeanor and warm personality. Most echo the sentiments of NYRA steward Braulio Baeza, Jr., who said at the time of DiSanto’s passing, “Glenn was one of the nicest people and one of the few on the backstretch who would help you with whatever you needed in any way he could.”
Michael Veitch, celebrated racing columnist for the Saratogian, began his obituary for DiSanto as follows: “The warmest smile in New York racing will be missing from the Oklahoma Training Track backstretch this coming season.” Later in the column, Veitch referred to “the honest soul that lived within Glenn” and described him as “a blessing to his family and to those around him at the barn.”
Source URL: http://www.nytbreeders.org/news/2018/06/14/plaque-glenn-disanto/
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