Anna was born and raised on her family's Brookdale Farm in Versailles, KY. She is the Client Relations and Public Relations Manager for Fasig-Tipton and sits on the board of the Thoroughbred Charities of America and the Thoroughbred Women's Network. Anna enjoys spending her free time with her husband, Evan, and sons, Francis and Vincent.
Legs works on the board of bloodstock sales for Goffs Sales Company, the leading Thoroughbred auction house in Ireland. Prior to joining Goffs in 2004, Legs worked for Highclere Thoroughbred Racing in Ireland. Legs manages the IAATG partnerships in Ireland and Australia.
Ron grew up in Fort Smith, AR and got his training license in 1996 after working for Bernie Flint. Ron's best horses to date include Whitmore, Gentleman's Bet, Far Right, Seek Gold and Asher. Ron has an excellent eye for a horse and assists Anna in finding young racing prospects at sales.
Mike started training at age 21 and has racked up nearly 2,000 victories since. Top horses include Synchrony, Two Altazano, Tizaqueena, Upperline, Willcox Inn, Istanford, Zipessa and Her Emmynency.
Jessica took out her trainer's license in 1989 after representing Ireland in the Olympics as a rider on their three day eventing team. She has become one of the top dual purpose leading trainers in Ireland.
Nicolas became the youngest trainer to ever win the prestigious Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (Saumarez (GB) in 1990) and has had a steady stream of high class performers through his stable ever since. Nicolas is also an excellent judge of a young horse.
Gai has established a place among the nation's all-time leading racehorse trainers, combining tradition and innovation to reach the pinnacle of her profession. Gai is based out of the mighty Tulloch Lodge in Sydney.
A strike rate over almost 20% throughout his 18 years as a trainer is a testament to Danny's ability to prepare and place every horse to perfection. His centrally-located base has him perfectly placed for races in Sydney, Melbourne, Victoria or New South Wales.
Anthony and his brothers (Richard and Lee) have been responsible for a remarkable 5 Melbourne Cups, 4 Caulfield Cups, 4 Golden Slippers, 8 Derbys, 11 Oaks, 2 Cox Plates and many other feature Group 1 events.