Queen of Country
Down the Stretch at the Meadowlands
Photo by Monica Thors; effects by Cyberstable
CyberTROT is our new stable for Year 2000 with Budd Thorne training. Queen of Country, a King Conch filly, a 2YO in Y2K, is the stable centerpiece but we've also acquired Hettie's Valley, also 2YO in Y2K, a Valleymeister out of Hatties Dream. Photos and Videos are up as are the pedigree charts.
The Cyberstable was formed through the Internet to own and race standardbred horses. In 1997 we had 2 two year old Beach Towel fillies trained by Stew Firlotte, winner of 5 Breeders Crown races. Beach Guest, our stakes winner, became the 3rd fastest 2yo Beach Towel Filly! Pensive Princess didn't race and was sold as a broodmare at the end of her 2-year-old year. In 1999 Beach Guest was sold as a broodmare and we acquired 25% shares in two 2 year olds in training; Dorothy Lamatt and Alpine Junction; Dorothy remains after a spotty year, Alpine Junction fetched a nice price.
For 1998-1999, the E-Mail Stable was formed, and purchased Beach Guest's full brother, renamed Cyber Beach. E-Mail Stable also owns a minority (20%) share of Mary Mattgalane, a Matts Scooter grand-daughter of the great Nadia Lobell. Mary had some great flashes for us and has been sold. CB races on into Y2K. Most of the cyberstable/email horses are trained by Stew Firlotte. Cyber Beach is trained by Bill Robinson.
A summary of our horses earnings is available.
Finally, due to heightened interest in the Cyberstable concept, the Nobody Stable was established, with the express purpose of training a yearling to race in the lucrative Ontario Sires program. Nobody Stable purchased Nobody's Girl, who raced for a year and has been sold.
All the stables are registered as Limited Partnerships in Ontario and with the United States Trotting Association and the Canadian Trotting Association. The members of our stables are from New York, New Jersey, Washington D.C., New Hampshire, Michigan, California and Ontario. The website provides a place to pin up some photos of ourselves and our horses, and to see updates (select appropriate stable in top menu) on their progress.
Whitby, Ontario, Canada