Jambalaya is to be inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame in 2012.
Owned by Kingfield Racing Stable Ltd, and trained by Catherine Day Phillips, Jambalaya won the Breeders’ Stakes at Woodbine and the GIII Saranac S. at Saratoga at three, and he won the Singspiel S. at Woodbine at four. However, it was as a five year old, in 2007, that Jambalaya shone even brighter. The gelded son Langfuhr won a pair of Stakes at Gulfstream Park; the GI Gulfstream Park Breeders’ Cup Turf , and the GIII Pan American Handicap. That summer, he topped it all off with a victory in the GI Arlington Million.
Jambalaya touched so many people. He brightened the lives of all of the people that came into contact with him.
Jambalaya is now retired and living happily at Kingfield Farms in Maple, Ontario.
We are all so grateful for the wonderful times that Jambalaya has given us.
Thoroughbred racing has gone through a major change in the last several decades. Years ago, one person owned 20 horses. Now it seems, 20 people own one horse. Syndicates have changed the sport. Cot Campbell of Dogwood Stable accepts the credit for popularizing racing partnerships. Today, Dogwood, Team Valor, West Point Thoroughbreds and countless other partnerships have carved out strong footholds in the sport. They provide an easy and inexpensive way for people to get involved in the sport. Instead of carrying the entire burden and responsibility of horse ownership, owners can now spread the risk and share the experience.
In 1999, Catherine Day Phillips dipped her toe into the racing partnership business when she helped form the Ten Goal Racing Stable. Two years later, the The Two Bit Racing Stable was formed. With Day Phillips managing the racing side, both syndicates have enjoyed tremendous success. The Day Phillips Team is putting together another syndicate, providing the interest is out there, Day Phillips said. Syndicates work very, very well. They take a bit of managing, but for me to maintain the quality of horses that I like to have, it makes the most sense to spread the risk over a number of people. I enjoy being involved on both the training and the management side.
NEW 2012 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN SYNDICATES
We are offering a variety of investment options to people interested in Thoroughbred ownership. We have yearling partnerships available with an initial outlay as low as $6,000.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity, please contact me, and I will be happy to discuss further details.