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Eclipse Award for Outstanding Breeder

Eclipse Award for Outstanding Breeder is an American Thoroughbred horse racing honor for breeders. Created in 1971, it is part of the Eclipse Awards program and is awarded annually.

Its Canadian counterpart is the Sovereign Award for Outstanding Breeder.

Past winners:

  • 1972 : C. T. Chenery
  • 1973 : C. T. Chenery
  • 1974 : John W. Galbreath
  • 1981 : Golden Chance Farm
  • 1989 : North Ridge Farm
  • 1992 : William S. Farish III
  • 1996 : Farnsworth Farms
  • 1999 : William S. Farish III
  • 2004 : Adena Springs Farms
  • 2005 : Adena Springs Farms
  • 2006 : Adena Springs Farms
  • 2007 : Adena Springs Farms
  • 2008 : Adena Springs Farms



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