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Mar 29, 2017
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Choosing a good facility / horseman to break and prepare your young horse for the track is critical to its future success as a racehorse.

Horses (Dam, Foal Year)

Breaking Facilities

Gateway To Sanity Training Stables

Dave Marshall, owner, manager, trainer

P.O. Box 461265
Leeds, UT 84746
Phone: (435) 310-0284
Email: easypartdone@gmail.com

Facilities are at the Washington County Regional Park in Hurricane, Utah. There is a 3/4 mile professionally groomed racetrack, large indoor arena, an outdoor arena, round pen and barn / training stalls.

Simbuccola (outside horse) on the track
Simbuccola on the track (outside horse)

Barn, hot walker
Barn, hot walker

Gateway To Sanity Training Stables sign

Dave and Ann Marshall
Dave and Ann Marshall

Simbuccola in the round pen
Simbuccola in the round pen

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Green Valley Training Center Green Valley Training Center logo

19360 Avenue 24
Chowchilla, CA 93610-8604
Leland Decker, owner, manager, trainer
(559) 223-0075

Green Valley Training Center team
Green Valley team

Green Valley Training Center starting gate with She's a Charmer
Starting gate with She's a Charmer getting a lesson

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Running Horse  Running Horse Training and Wellness Center logo
Equine Training and Wellness Center

22750 4th Ave.
Stevenson, CA 95374
(209) 656-8110
Randy Leighton, manager
email: info@runninghorsellc.com

Running Horse Training and Wellness Center Randy Leighton, manager

Running Horse Training and Wellness Center weather vane

In addition to breaking and lay-ups, Running Horse provides facilities for breeding, foaling and also training cutting horses. As described more fully on the Running Horse website, the center includes a half-mile training track, equine swimming pool, exerciser, 32-stall training barn, 15-stall broodmare barn, foaling stall, shaded outdoor paddocks and two resident stallions, Blazonry and South Africa.

The photos below were taken when Mike and I visited in mid-November to see Mondai Mondai. Randy spent a long time with us, answering all our questions and providing a tour of the facilities. 

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