November 23rd, 2010
An interesting article was recently posted on the Chronicle of the Horse Web site. It shows the influence of the Thoroughbred on the sport horses of today. Many of the top warmblood dressage lines are heavily influenced by the Thoroughbred breed. Several top warmblood stallions are half Thoroughbred! Learn more about the influence of Thoroughbreds in other breeds. . .
Continue reading Warmblood or Thoroughbred?
January 25th, 2010
We did a quick trip to Kentucky to pick up our newest OTTB – I’m Tellin Ellen aka “Ella”. We were able to visit with friends in Lexington, load up the trailer with Kentucky hay for our horses back home and check out the construction for the World Equestrian Games at the Kentucky Horse Park. Read more . . .
Continue reading Another Trip to Kentucky – Another New OTTB!
November 6th, 2009
We have added a menu button and link to photo pages of famous Thoroughbreds we have met and photographed. Many of the horses we sell are very well bred and people enjoy seeing what the horses in their pedigree look like. You can find links to Thoroughbred horse pedigrees on our Resources For Thoroughbred Owners page.
Continue reading Famous Thoroughbreds – New Page
May 5th, 2009
Bits & Bytes Farm toured Ashford Stud and got up close and personal with former Kentucky Derby winners.
Continue reading The Men of Ashford
May 4th, 2009
If you were a horse enthusiast at all, imagine being asked if you would rather visit the Rolex three-day event or see and tour the top horse farms in the beautiful bluegrass Kentucky horse country or see some of the top sires in the current horse world and several of the years past derby winners. Imagine this. How could you decide?
Continue reading Rolex or Horse Farms? Both!
April 30th, 2009
While touring Coolmore’s Ashford Stud near Versailles, Kentucky, the Bits & Bytes Farm friends had the pleasure of seeing, touching and getting our photos with past Kentucky Derby winners Fusaichi Pegasus and Thunder Gulch. See our photos.
Continue reading We Met Past Kentucky Derby Winners!