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Tommy Town Thoroughbreds LLC


A Leading California Farm Achieving Success Through Dedication To Excellence

Tommy Town Thoroughbreds is continuing to pursue their goal of becoming one of California’s premier breeding farms, as well as a top training facility. Tommy Town was named leading breeder in California for 2013 and 2009. The stallions standing in 2015 are KafwainMinisters Wild Cat and Old Topper, all multiple stakes winners, in addition to Grazen.

Tommy Town was established in 2000 by Tom and Debi Stull with the purchase of a 165-acre ranch, formerly known as the Westerly Training Center, in the lush Santa Ynez Valley in Santa Barbara County. To accommodate growth, the Stulls acquired an additional 200 adjoining acres. The training side of the farm has 100 stalls, a custom equi-cruiser, and a seven-furlong track that is maintained by two full-time workers. On the breeding side, there is a 35-stall foaling barn. With over 350 acres of land, the farm offers pasture boarding for mares, foals and yearlings year-round.

Tommy Town has been successful in assembling and retaining an outstanding team. The Ranch Manager, Mike Allen, joined Tommy Town in 2001. Esteban Melchor, assistant stallion manager since 2001, was promoted to stallion manager in 2008. To ensure effective rehabilitation of injured horses, the farm works closely with Alamo Pintado Equine Clinic, in addition to the breeding veterinarian, Dr. Bill Stevenson, who specializes and is expert in the care of broodmares and foals. The farm has 30 employees who live on site.

Although Tommy Towns’ focus has been breeding, racing and sales have become of equal importance in the last few years. The breeding program includes a select number of mares boarded and bred in Kentucky to supplement our California breeding program.

The training program at the farm, excellent pedigrees and exceptional facilities are utilized to prepare horses to race mainly in California, but also in Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Kentucky and a variety of other states. This program has resulted in a successful racing program at Tommy Town. In addition to training, Tommy Town also offers breaking, sales preparation, lay-up and rehabilitation for a return to racing. Tommy Town has bred and trained many successful racehorses, including Grade 1 winner Let Faith Arise ($488,240), multiple graded stakes winner Doinghardtimeagain ($713,766), in addition to  stakes winners Ain’t No Other ($610,595), She’s Ordained $386,525), Top Kisser ($347,100), and two-year-old, Do the Danse ($59,750).

Kafwain, by Cherokee Run, was purchased by Tommy Town in 2008, and stood in Kentucky for the 2009 season. Kafwain came to California to stand at Tommy Town in 2010, and was a leading California sire during 2011. He has eight racing crops, with progeny earnings over $17 million. His leading earners are Grade I winner Daisy Devine ($1,095,892), Grade 1 winner, Tommy Town homebred Let Faith Arise ($488,240) and multiple stakes winner, Third Chance ($481,464). In addition his starters to winners percentage is 74%.

Ministers Wild Cat, out of Hollywood Wild Cat, by Deputy Minister, began his stallion career in 2006. His 2007 foals began racing in 2009. Ministers Wild Cat was the leading freshman sire of California-breds in 2009. He currently has six crops racing, progeny earnings over $10 million and 15 stakes winners. Tommy Town owned and bred, Doinghardtimeagain ($713,766) who is still racing is his leading earner, followed by Tiz a Minister ($481,530) and She’s Ordained ($386,525), another Tommy Town homebred filly who is still racing.

Old Topper, California’s leading freshman sire in 2004, leading second-crop sire in 2005 and leading third-crop sire for 2006 has eleven crops racing with progeny earnings over $19 million. Old Topper has an impressive 77 percent winners to starters ratio (up from 75% last year).  Old Topper’s top earner, Ain’t No Other ($610,595) a homebred, owned by Tommy Town, is still racing.  His other top earners, are Top This and That ($422,262) and Top Kisser ($347,100) another homebred owned by Tommy Town and still racing.

For more information, please contact Mike Allen at (805) 686-4337, or visit Tommy Town Thoroughbreds online at www.tommytownfarms.com