Diamond B Farm Earns $250,000 Bonus For First Stakes Winner By Peace And Justice

When Like A Saltshaker crossed the wire in this year’s Fitz Dixon, Jr. Memorial Juvenile Stakes at Presque Isle Downs, he made his breeders a quarter of a million dollars richer.

Diamond B Farm, owned by Glenn and Becky Brok, were recently awarded the $250,000 bonus as the breeders of the first stakes winner by Peace And Justice.

According to the stipulations, $250,000 was awarded to the first stakes winner of a non-restricted race from the first-crop of Peace And Justice.

Peace And Justice, the fastest son of sire of sires War Front standing in Pennsylvania, has three wins and five placings from the nine starters in his first-crop.

He will stand for $3,500 LFSN at Blackstone Farm in Pine Grove, Pa., in 2021 and will be available for inspection at the Blackstone Farm Stallion Show on Jan. 16 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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