Sunday, August 28, 2016
Reckling, a talented juvenile colt from the first crop of leading freshman sire Dialed In, started off the Travers card in style Saturday at Saratoga, winning a loaded $93,000 Maiden Special Weight race by 1 ¼ lengths as the 5-2 favorite...
Saturday, August 27, 2016
Shackleford continues to pile up winners from his first crop of two-year-olds to race, as the three-time Grade 1 victor sired his eighth winner when his filly Shack Up broke her maiden Saturday at Gulfstream...
Thursday, August 18, 2016
Shackleford's first runners continue to impress in maiden special weight races around the country, the latest coming Thursday at Remington Park...
A Family Affair: Winter Memories, Darby Dan, and Phillips Racing
RSS Feeds Saturday, July 30, 2011
Darby Dan Farm began life in Kentucky in 1949. Following the death of E.R. Bradley in 1946, his Idle Hour Farm, on Old Frankfort Pike in Lexington, was sold, and John Galbreath, who had begun Darby Dan Farm in Ohio, bought a portion of the property.

Winter Memories doesn’t race in the name or the colors of Darby Dan; she runs in the green and white silks of Phillips Racing Stable, the racing partnership of John Phillips, Galbreath’s grandson.  Phillips also bred her.

But when Phillips talks about his wonderful filly, it is the spirit of Darby Dan that he evokes.

For the rest of this article from Teresa Genaro's Brooklyn Backstretch, click here.