Mares

Mares

Nadine Anderson, Brazeau Thoroughbred Farms Manager, is excited about the foals, scheduled to arrive throughout 2015.  The Farm currently owns about 35 mares. 

Shivareen Sky, an 18-year-old stakes-winning broodmare, can’t get the food she needs when pastured with other mares because she lets them bully her.  Yet when housed by herself, she becomes upset and lonely.  This prevents her from eating.  The solution, devised by Anderson, was labor-intensive but effective.  Several times a day Anderson or a staff member goes into the pasture of mares and feeds Shivareen Sky by hand.

The key is immediately addressing an issue. When a horse is unhappy, and walks up and down in the stall, we find a place where she will be happier and move her. If a horse isn't eating, Anderson figures out why.  That is why another mare gets Guinness ale daily. Because she was unable to process a lot of protein, the only way to get food values into the mare was to feed her something fattening, like beer. Since starting this regimen, the mare has gained 50 pounds and enjoying her life.  Anderson understands that it is good business to keep horses healthy; at an early age, she learned to give each horse in her care the best chance to succeed.   One of the favorite Mares at the Ranch is Molly's Prospector

Molly’s Prospector

The good mare Molly’s Prospector (the dam of Kentucky Derby contender Bob Black Jack, who raced for the roses) is now in foal to Unusual Heat. A Dark Bay or Brown Mare, foaled in 1994,

Career Statistics:

  • Starts: 4
  • Firsts: 1
  • Seconds: 0
  • Thirds: 2
  • Earnings: $19,375
  • Earnings Per Start: $4,844

BTF-MollysProspector-headMolly's Prospector was purchased in 2006 on the strength of a two-year-old colt being trained, which has now become a famous California Champion and Horse of the Year, Bob Black Jack.  

Recently, Molly’s Prospector was in foal to Stormy Jack, and she had a full sister to Bob Black Jack named Stormy Victory.

She has two offspring now in training at Brazeau Thoroughbred Farms:

  • A three-year-old filly
  • A two-year-old colt

Brazeau Thoroughbred Farms has 25 other mares due to deliver in 2015. 

Currently Brazeau Thoroughbred Farms also has 26 weanlings, all on track to enliven the Farm next year.

To Learn More About Brazeau Thoroughbred Farms or any of our Standing Stallion Stud Fees, Call Ranch Manager Nadine Anderson (951) 201-2278, email Nadine: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Or Fill Out Our Contact Us Form

Brazeau Thoroughbred Farms, LP
30500 State Street
Hemet, CA 92543 
Office 951-925-8957
Fax 951-925-8957

Ranch Manager Nadine Anderson
Cell: (951) 201-2278

Career Statistics:

  • Starts: 4
  • Firsts: 1
  • Seconds: 0
  • Thirds: 2
  • Earnings: $19,375
  • Earnings Per Start: $4,844
  • Highest E™ 83

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