Delaware, OH --- Sugar Valley Farm in Delaware, Ohio, wants harness racing to help the victims of the tornado that hit Moore, Okla., on Monday, killing at least 24 people, including nine children.
“Sugar Valley will donate a breeding to our pacing stallion Woodstock if the full stud fee is paid up front, and the proceeds will go to those affected by the destruction of the Plaza Towers Elementary,” said Sugar Valley’s Joe McLead, who operates the farm with Billy Walters. “We specifically want to help those affected by the destruction of that school.”
Woodstock, a son of Rocknroll Hanover out of the Artsplace mare Gothic Lady, stands for a fee of $2,000 and his foals will be Ohio eligible. If the mare does not get in foal, she can be bred back the following year at no charge.
For more information contact Sugar Valley Farm at 740.363.5618.
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