Elberton Hill Farm

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Weber City Miss, above,  dam of Slew City Slew, was bred and raised at EHF. In 1980 she was one of the top fillies and mares in the country.  Her son Slew City Slew, below, has become a prominent sire. She also has a grandson in Japan, Slew The World, who was Kentucky Derby contender for 2001.



Rowdy Devil (Halo-Ramhyde by Rambunctious) is a long time boarder at EHF and a full sister to Rowdy Angel, the dam of Pine Bluff and Demons Begone and full sister to the granddam of Kentucky Derby winner Fusaichi Pegasus.

Jolly Johu (Restless Native-Avie), left,  was 2nd to Little Current in the Belmont Stakes and stood at EHF.  Jolly Johu was a leading sire in the mid-atlantic region and has become a prominent broodmare sire.

Berkley Prince, right, winner of the Michigan Mile and Ohio Derby, stood at EHF. His lasting influence is through his daughter Weber City Miss, another EHF star. Berkley Prince is buried at EHF. He is represented at the farm by 2 daughters of Slew City Slew that are owned by EHF.

Beau Priam was EHF's first stallion and his lasting influence is seen in many of today's pedigrees. He also appears in the pedigree of another EHF star, Masked Barb.

Masked Barb was a Maryland champion two year old and a solid stakes producer. Her son, Brothers Angel, an EHF homebred,was 2nd in the Maryland Million Turf and has earned over $140,000 to date. She is also the dam of Elberton and Masked Wolf.

Aberfoyle was a fan favorite at Laurel and Pimlico and retired with earnings of $280,000 including a victory in the Maryland Million Sprint, below,  and a 3rd place in the Grade 3  Laurel Dash. His sire Perfecting stood at EHF. 

 Elberton, sired by EHF's Perfecting and out of Masked Barb, was bred and raised at Elberton Hill. He won The Mister Diz Stakes, setting a new track record at Pimlico in September, 2001; then won The Toyota Maryland Million Turf in October, 2001, below.

Docent, owned by Mrs. Bernard J. Daney and foaled and raised at Elberton Hill, won the Maryland Million Sweepstakes in October , 2001; and the Maryland Million Classic in 2002 and 2003.


The Stars of EHF