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Castle Village Farm’s mare Lemme Rock began her 2017 season at Finger Lakes on May 22nd with a solid 3rd in a 5-furlong allowance race, closing well from off the pace.

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Castle Village farm’s five-year-old New York-bred Proletariat finished a close-up second in a NY-bred allowance at Aqueduct on Saturday, March 11th. That takes Proletariat’s earnings over $90,000 in his career.

 

Proletariat suffered a suspensory injury in the race. It will be a couple of days before we know the severity of the injury, but it appears not to be life-threatening.

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Castle Village Farm’s 5YO NY-bred, Proletariat, ran a strong second in the 4th race at Aqueduct on Thursday, February 2nd, putting away his rivals on the front end at the quarter pole, then succumbing late to the 6-5 favorite, who passed Proletariat in deep stretch. Nice ride by Antonio Gallardo.

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O K By Me Wins at Tampa

Published on 18 January 2017 by in Horse Racing Partnerships News

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Castle Village Farm’s five-year-old mare O K by Me broke her maiden in the 9th race at Tampa Bay Downs on Wednesday, January 18th. Ridden by Wilmer Garcia and trained by Kathleen O’Connell, O K by me took control at the 5/16ths pole and won by daylight.

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Castle Village Farm’s 5-year-old NY-bred mare Lemme Rock won the 3rd race at Finger Lakes on Monday, October 17th, leading all the way and pulling away under jockey Rodolfo Ignacio in the stretch.

 

For Lemme Rock, trained by Jeremiah Englehart, it was her fourth won of the season. Claimed last December by CVF, she now has a record  of 9-4-1-0 for 2016, with earnings of $49,359. Lifetime, she’s 38-9-14-3, with total earnings of $183,729.

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Castle Village Farm’s 4-year-old NY-bred filly o K By Me finished 3rd in a maiden race on the turf at Saratoga on September 2nd. It was her first in-the-money finish and a big step forward for the filly, who seems to have found her preferred running style, taking the lead on the turf.

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Castle Village Farm’s 5YO mare Lemme Rock earned her third win of 2016 when she dead-heated for the win in the 3rd race at Finger Lakes on August 3rd. She’s now three for seven in 2016.

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We’re forming a new 2016 partnership to purchase a two-year-old colt by Broken Vow out of the stakes-placed mare Mystery Itself, by Pulpit. The second dam is multiple Grade 1 winner You’d Be Surprised. The colt is in training in Virginia and is expected to come to the race track early in the fall.

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Castle Village Farm’s Lemme Rock won for the second time this year, taking a 6-furlong allowance at Finger Lakes on July 11th. Lemme Rock tracked the early pace from the rail, launched a bid at the 1/8th pole and blew by the leader, Bella the Bandit, just before the finish line, winning by half a length. So far this year Lemme Rock has two wins from six starts, with earnings of $30,464 for the year and has a lifetime record of 35-7-14-3, earning $164,834.

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Castle Village Farm’s 5-year-old NY-bred mare Lemme Rock easily won a N3X allowance at Finger Lakes on Tuesday, May 10th, pulling away from the field to prevail by 4 lengths, running the 5 furlongs in a brisk 59.01. It was her first win in three starts since we claimed her at Aqueduct.

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