Tranquility Farm Launches Stallion Season Auction Nov. 18

Tranquility Farm’s 2017 Benefit Stallion Season Auction will take place from Nov. 18 through Nov. 21.

Season offerings include Acclamation, Curlin to Mischief, Surf Cat, Vronsky, Einstein, Daddy Nose Best, Misremembered, Haynesfield, and others. A complete list of seasons offered and Pacific Time auction hours can be found on the home page of Tranquility Farm’s website at: .

Bids are accepted by phone during set times on each of the days of the auction. All of the proceeds from the annual auction go directly to the care of the retired Thoroughbreds at Tranquility Farm.

Tranquility Farm is fast approaching two decades of service to California’s racing industry since its founding in 1998 by retirement advocate Priscilla Clark, Cobra Farm owner Gary Biszantz, and Breeders Cup winning owner John Amerman.

The original farm was located in Tehachapi, Calif,, and for 16 years there supported the largest Thoroughbred retirement and adoption program in the state.

A retrospective of the more than five hundred Thoroughbreds retired by Tranquility Farm over the years include Triple Crown contenders such as Buddy Gil and Menacing Dennis, Breeders Cup contenders such as Areyoutalkintome, and multiple stakes winners with millions in earnings such as Moonlight Madness. Along with these notable racing stars came hundreds of rescues from breeding farms and working-class race horses that simply needed a safe place to land.

In 2014 Tranquility Farm transitioned from an adoption-oriented program to a retirement sanctuary, and we moved the farm to a new location in beautiful northern California. At our new farm in Cottonwood we are creating a true “family farm” lifestyle where our herd of retired horses live together on irrigated pasture and share open barns and leisure sheds to keep them happy and comfortable the year round.

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