all in The Life

“A Farm for All Reasons” is the motto of Saxony Farm outside of Lexington, and the family operation has done right by clients for nearly 50 years by focusing on individualized, comprehensive care for each horse it takes in. Broussard and Rosie Hundley currently manage Saxony, and carry on the tradition Bruce Hundley, Broussard’s father, began in 1970 when he founded the farm.

Jeff Hiles, a former U.S. Marine and longtime assistant to trainer Kenny McPeek, is set to start the next chapter in his life by stepping out on his own and becoming a trainer.

Brian Trump hasn't been in horse racing long but has quickly made an impact as operations manager of Rockingham Ranch.

I was fortunate to spend last week in Louisville, Ky. for the 2018 Breeders’ Cup World Championships. The first half of my week was dedicated to volunteering at OwnerView’s Thoroughbred Owner Conference for new and prospective owners, while the second half was focused on the Breeders’ Cup itself.

I enjoyed seven fantastic days in the Bluegrass State, and I highlighted some of my top moments below as both a racing fan and a racing employee:

New York resident Jim Gluckson works in media relations for Breeders' Cup, horse racing's year-end championship event. Get to know him in the fun Q&A below.

What I do for a living: I am a publicist working in media relations primarily for the Breeders’ Cup, for the Eclipse Awards on behalf of the NTRA , and for other sports clients.

What I like about Thoroughbred racing: The majesty of the Thoroughbred and cashing tickets

If I wasn’t in my current job, I would be a: High school American history teacher

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