PASSION FOR THE THOROUGHBRED BUSINESS
Glenn and Becky Brok’s Diamond B Farm has a well-earned reputation in Pennsylvania for providing first-class, quality care and individualized attention for mares, foals, weanlings, yearlings, sales and racing prospects, and stallions. Their mission is pure and simple: to raise and develop healthy animals. This is accomplished through good nutrition, ample land on which to graze and run, and an experienced staff with a collective passion for the Thoroughbred business. The Broks were Pennsylvania’s leading breeder in 2017 and ranked #2 in 2018 and 2019, amassing over $815,000 in breeder awards in that three-year span.
Glenn and Becky are proud supporters of the PTHA’s Turning For Home thoroughbred retirement program.
Distorted Humor – Emanating, by Cox’s Ridge
Speightstown – Fifth Avenue Ball, by Deputy Minister
Tapit – Rhumb Line, by Mr Greeley
DIAMOND B NEWS
Wait For It continued his fall hot streak with an emphatic 2 1/4-length triumph in the Hard Spun Stakes at Presque Isle Downs, his second Stakes victory in his past three outings. The son of Diamond B Farm’s stallion Uptowncharlybrown …
Magic Oaks’ Like a Saltshaker became the first stakes winner for sire Peace and Justice Oct. 12 when the gelding took the Fitz Dixon Jr. Memorial Juvenile Stakes at Presque Isle Downs. Trained by Adam Rice, Like a Saltshaker was bred in Pennsylvania by Diamond …
Labor Day Monday, Parx Racing celebrated the 20th renewal of Pennsylvania’s Day at the Races. The holiday program, run strictly for horses bred in Pennsylvania, featured five $80,000 stakes for state-breds with purses for the day totaling $740,000. Progeny of …
Social Exclusion became the first winner for Social Inclusion, besting a field of 2-year-old fillies racing five furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park in her July 1 debut. Social Exclusion flew out of the gate under jockey Emisael Jaramillo and quickly established the …
The speed figure British Idiom earned in her winning debut at Saratoga Race Course gave trainer Brad Cox the confidence to move forward, and the chestnut daughter of Flashback did the rest. Back-to-back wins in two-turn grade 1 races were more than enough to separate her …