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What The Hill Book Full, Closed

Published: February 12, 2018 9:19 am ET

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The What The Hill Syndicate is pleased to announce that What The Hill’s book for 2018 is now full and closed.

The What The Hill Syndicate would like to extend its thanks to all shareholders and breeders for their overwhelming support.

This past December, Hickory Lane Farm announced a partnership with Taylor Made Stallions, Inc. and Steve Stewart of Hunterton Farm to purchase the 2017 Dan Patch Award-winning three-year-old colt trotter of the year.

What The Hill was trained by Ron Burke throughout his career and driven by David Miller for his previous owners Burke Racing Stable, LLC, Our Horse Cents Stables, J&T Silva Stables, LLC, and Deo Volente Farms, LLC. What The Hill was arguably the top performing three-year-old colt trotter in 2017, as he won numerous prestigious races, including the $527,500 Breeders Crown, the $684,000 Canadian Trotting Classic in a stakes record of 1:51.4, an elimination heat of the Kentucky Futurity, and the $350,000 TVG Series Championship in which he defeated aged trotters in 1:51.4. At two, he won the New Jersey Sire Stakes Championship and the $294,450 Peter Haughton Memorial. In a dramatic twist of fate this year, What The Hill crossed the finish line first in the $1 million final of the Hambletonian, only to be disqualified by a controversial judges’ decision.

What The Hill stands at Hickory Lane Farm in Findlay, Ohio for a service fee of $7,000.

(With files from Hickory Lane Farm)

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