Trotter 3, 1:50.3 ($947,057) (2014 Hambletonian Champion)

Syndicated by and standing at Deo Volente Farms, Flemington, NJ

2020 Stud Fee - $10,000

Winner of the 2014 Hambletonian, in addition to The Goodtimes, Simcoe, Reynolds, NJSS Final, Trixton trotted to his record defeating Nuncio in the Hambletonian despite being parked the entire mile.  Trixton offers what many consider to be the Apex pedigree in the harness world today.

Trixton is by Muscle Hill, considered the greatest trotting colt of the generation and in turn a son of the Hambletonian sire, Muscles Yankee, responsible for consecutive Hambletonian winners Deweycheatumnhowe (2008), Muscle Hill (2009), and Muscle Massive (2010).  Muscles Yankee in turn is the foremost son of the foundation sire, Valley Victory.  Trixton is link number four in the leading stallion line of this era.

Trixton’s dam, Emilie Cas El 2,1:59.2f; 3,1:57.1f ($245,199) was 2-year old filly champion of her year and is a FULL SISTER to three extraordinary trotting sires in Andover Hall, Conway Hall, and Angus Hall.  Each of these has already left an outstanding siring son in Donato Hanover for Andover Hall, Windsong’s Legacy for Conway Hall, and Majestic Son for Angus Hall.  The next dam is Amour Angus, arguably the greatest trotting broodmare of this generation.

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2014 Hambletonian final
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Holiday Road


Yankee Glide – Jambo- Tagliabue

Standing at Seelster Farms, Ontario, Canada

Trotter  2, 1:54   3, 1:52.4 ($462,200)

At 2 won a NJSS race, Peter Haughton Memorial elimination and the Peter Haughton Final.

Took a 2 year old stakes record of 1:54, one full second faster than the previous record held by Muscle Hill and Donato Hanover.

At 3 won The Dickerson Cup and a division of the Stanley Dancer.


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Lazarus N



Pacer  Q1:48.3, BT1:46.3, $3,070,095

Bettor’s Delight – Bethany – Christian Cullen

Syndicated by and standing at Deo Volente Farms, Flemington, NJ

2020 Stud Fee - $10,000

Named New Zealand Horse of the Year twice, three-year-old Pacer of the Year, four-year-old Pacer of the Year and five-year-old Pacer of the Year, as well as Australasian Grand Circuit Champion for two years, Lazarus N compiled an international race record of 51 starts, 37 wins 8 seconds 4 thirds 2 unplaced races. A multiple Stakes Winner at 2,  the precocious Lazarus N flashed his brilliance as a juvenile winning 6 times from 8 starts, pacing the fastest 2 year old mile ever down under in 1:52.4 with a final quarter 25.1.

Bred on Australasia's golden cross, being by breed-defining stallion Bettor's Delight out of a Christian Cullen mare, Lazarus has eight crosses to Meadow Skipper in his five generation pedigree similar to Sweet Lou, McWicked, Foiled Again and Anndrovette.

Lazarus N was a 15 time Group 1 winner, establishing 5 track records in New Zealand and another 3 records in Australia. Sent to race in North America, Lazarus N won the $325,000 Dan Patch in his North American stakes debut.  The mile went in 1:48.4. His next US stakes victory would come in the $177,000 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby where he paced the mile in 1:48.4.

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2017 Inter Dominion
2016 Victoria Derby



Lis Mara

Pacer     p, 4, 1:47.3 ($2,122,376)

Cambest – Lisheen - Abercrombie
Standing at Deo Volente Farms, Flemington, NJ
Perhaps the only living standardbred with a street named after him,
Lis Mara Drive in Port Au Prince, Haiti In adherence to the devastating earth quake, a portion of champion Lis Mara’s racing and stallion earnings were donated for new house construction, resulting in more than 20 new residences in the ravaged area.

Lis Mara is Fastest and richest son of still speed champion Cambest p, 1:46.1 from the great broodmare Lisheen, full sister to leading sire Albert Albert. Lis Mara is twice a millionaire and world champion. His 1:47.3 Breeders Crown win in 2006 was the fastest ever for a Breeders Crown race. Lis Mara was the first horse in 20 years to successfully defend his Canadian Pacing Derby title

In that Lis Mara contributed so much to the construction of Deo Volente Farms, management especially CEO Mike Gulotta determined the great free-for-all champion to return from New Zealand to the farm he was so instrumental in building to live out his days and be available to North American breeders.

From limited opportunity Lis Mara is the sire of stakes colt Mel Mara
p, 7,1:47.0M, a winner of $1,020,897. In all he’s responsible for four sub 1:50 pacers including his fastest Validus Deo p,3,1:48,4

Lis Mara is standing at Deo Volente Farms and all foals will be eligible to the escalating New Jersey breeding program.

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Videos:  Canadian Pacing Derby - Mohawk
Lis Mara helps rebuild Haiti with Food for the Poor