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Endeavor Farm

Located in beautiful Woodford County



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Endeavor Farm was born out of Richland Hills Farm and offers boarding and sales preparation for all major U.S. horse sales. The farm will continue to stand the stallion Greeley’s Conquest, a multiple stakes-winning son of Mr. Greeley.
 
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Lava Rocks wins allowance race at Mahoning Valley

Let the good times roll for the big man on campus, Greeley’s Conquest! His daughter, Lava Rocks, took down a $25,300 allowance race at Mahoning Valley yesterday by 9 lengths. The 3 year old filly had re-broken her ... read more

Telequest becomes Greeley’s Conquest’s most recent first time winner!

Telequest (Greeley’s Conquest – Telecaster, by Cactus Ridge) took down a $26,000 maiden special weight race Monday evening at Zia Park to make him the most recent first time winner for Greeley’s Conquest! ... read more

Served Cold (Greeley’s Conquest – Serve It Cold) Breaks Maiden First Time Out!

Served Cold, a daughter of Greeley’s Conquest, got her racing career off to a great start by winning first ask in a $24,000 maiden claiming event at Gulfstream Park West on Thursday. The two year old chestnut filly won ... read more

Endeavor Farm and Steve Andersen’s Cave Man Stables team up to buy 2 broodmares

Endeavor Farm has teamed up with Steve Andersen’s Cave Man Stables to purchase 2 young broodmares out of the Keeneland November sale! The first mare was hip #689,  a 6-year old named Malibu Mudslide, by Malibu Moon (no ... read more

Lava Rocks (by Greeley’s Conquest) breaks maiden in MSW by 8 1/2 lengths!

Greeley’s Conquest continues to be on a roll with a new winner in Lava Rocks yesterday in a $32,500 maiden special weight race at Thistledown. The dark bay filly crushed the field, winning by a hefty margin of 8 1/2 ... read more
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