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GoldMark Farm operates a full-service state-of-the-art thoroughbred training center designed and run by professional horsemen dedicated to the utmost comfort and safety of each thoroughbred and committed to their optimum performance at the track.

Offering the BEST for each horse…. thoroughbreds at GoldMark Farm are treated regally, sleep on mattresses inside a padded stall under 19 1/2 foot vinyl lined ceilings, are cooled by industrial strength circular fans, drink fresh water from a stainless steel bowl and are fed 4 times a day from a stainless steel feeder. Their daily routine consists of training on an all weather footing, being groomed three times a day, being bathed with temperature-controlled water, experiencing therapy including cold salt water spa and a vibration plate, wearing four bandages at all times while in their stall and being cared for by an experienced and knowledgeable staff.

GoldMark Farm trained graduates have won Grades I, II, and III stakes races and have competed in such prestigious races as the Kentucky Derby, the Kentucky Oaks and the Breeders Cup Championship races. Our graduates have won races at virtually every track in the United States. Read More...

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  • Tales from the Crib: Mo Tom


    Mo Tom’s been the hard luck story of the 2016 Kentucky Derby (G1) trail, better known for being badly hampered when trying to rally in the Risen Star (G2) and Louisiana Derby (G2). In the process, his actual talent has gotten lost in the shuffle. Bred by Hargus and Sandra Sexton and Silver Fern Farm, […]

  • Tales from the Crib: Majesto


    Majesto is making his second appearance in “Tales from the Crib.” How is that possible, you ask, since a 3-year-old Thoroughbred has just one shot in the Kentucky Derby (G1)? That’s because he was born on the Sunday of Derby Week in 2013, just six days before his half-brother, Overanalyze, competed at Churchill Downs. When […]

  • Busy Work Tab at Churchill for Derby Horses


    With rain in the forecast for the weekend, many trainers with contenders heading to the May 7 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I) opted get in their final workouts Friday, April 29, at Churchill Downs. Undefeated champion and expected Derby favorite Nyquist had his final breeze at Keeneland prior to the first race […]