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What The Hill to stand at Hickory Lane Farm

December 29, 2017
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Hickory Lane Farm, Findlay, OH has partnered with Taylor Made Stallions, Inc., Lexington, KY, and Steve Stewart of Hunterton Farm, Lexington, KY, to purchase the 2017 Dan Patch award winning Three Year Old Colt Trotter of the Year, What The Hill 2,1:54.4, 3,1:51.4 ($1,263,864) (Muscle Hill-KT Cha Cha-Angus Hall), who will stand the 2018 breeding season in Ohio at Hickory Lane Farm.

"We are thrilled to have the privilege of partnering with Taylor Made and Hunterton Farm, two of the most well-known and respected names in the horse racing industry," stated R. Kevin Greenfield, President, Hickory Lane Farm.

Trained by Ronald Burke throughout his career and driven by David Miller for his previous owners Burke Racing Stable, LLC, Our Horse Cents Stables, J&T Silva Stables, LLC, and Deo Volente Farms, LLC, What The Hill was the top performing three year old colt trotter this year winning numerous prestigious races including the $527,500 elimination and final Breeders Crown; the $684,000 (Can.) Canadian Trotting Classic in stakes record time, 1:51.4; an elimination heat of the Kentucky Futurity; and the $350,000 TVG Series Championship defeating aged trotters in 1:51.4.

At two, he won the New Jersey Sire Stakes Championship and the $294,450.00 Peter Haughton Memorial Final. In a dramatic twist of fate this year, What The Hill crossed the finish line first in the $1,000,000 final of the Hambletonian only to be disqualified by a controversial judges decision that is presently under appeal.

What The Hill is being syndicated and shares are now available for purchase under very attractive terms. He will stand at a service fee of $7,000 and it is expected that his book will fill quickly.

For more information regarding purchase of shares or bookings contact Hickory Lane Farm c/o Ashley Stickel, Office Manager or Brad Wallace, Farm Manager at ashley@hickorylanefarm.com ph: 419-422-3004; fax: 419-425-2999; website: www.hickorylanefarm.com. - Hickory Lane Farm, Taylor Made Stallions, Inc., and Steve Stewart of Hunterton Farm.
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