Northview's Open Houses in Maryland and Pennsylvania

The hottest roster in the Mid-Atlantic region will be on display two different weekends when Northview PA hosts an Open House on Saturday, Jan. 17 in Peach Bottom, and Northview Stallion Station in Chesapeake City, Md., opens its doors for an encore on Sunday, Jan. 25. Light fare and refreshments will be available at both events from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The region’s 2014 leading active sire, JUMP START, and active 2-year-old sire, BULLSBAY, stand at Northview PA. JUMP START enters 2015 off his best year ever, with the earners of nearly $6 million worldwide and 10 stakes winners, three graded, two G1 winners!

BULLSBAY was not only the leading freshman sire in the region, but with his first modest-sized crop of 23 foals, he ranked first among all Mid-Atlantic active sires! Half of his winners were stakes horses, including stakes-winning $161,620-earner MISS BULLISTIC.

And there is so much more at Northview PA. Standing his second season is the most popular first-year sire of 2014, EL PADRINO. . . SMARTY JONES, who needs no introduction, after another sensational season as the sire of 13 stakes horses, including G1 winner SMART D N A and multiple GSW CARY STREET. . . FAIRBANKS, ranked in the top 10 nationally among leading third-crop sires. . . and MEDALLIST, one of the region’s best sources of winners!

An added bonus will be the chance to see NORTHVIEW’s most recent addition, BANDBOX. The graded stakes-winning son of leading sire TAPIT will travel from the Maryland division just for the show.

 

The following Sunday in Maryland, BANDBOX will once again be available for inspection, as will BULLSBAY, who travels from PA for the event. Joining them are 2014 leading Maryland general sire NOT FOR LOVE and 2014 leading Maryland juvenile sire LION HEARTED, plus attractive young prospects BUFFUM and REDEEMED, and the established trio of DANCE WITH RAVENS, GREAT NOTION and ORIENTATE.

Northview's Open Houses provide a marvelous opportunity to view the high-powered roster, ask questions, and make the best decisions for the upcoming breeding season. A must for any breeding season calendar!