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Diamond Creek Open House Brings 1,500

Published: June 3, 2018 11:22 am ET

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On Saturday (June 2), more than 1,500 horse lovers made the trek to Diamond Creek Farm in Wellsville, Pennsylvania to mingle with some stallions, mares and foals during the farm’s open house.


Always B Miki comes to the fence for some interaction (The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono)

Saturday proved to be a perfect day to pay a visit to Diamond Creek and get up close and personal with multiple stakes and award winners Southwind Frank, Always B Miki and Sweet Lou, along with numerous mares and some adorable foals.

Children of all ages experienced the farm’s amenities, including tours of the stallion barns; hay rides; demonstrations and exhibits from the Harness Horse Youth Foundation (including a special meet and greet with ambassador Sweet Karen); and a menu of delicious grilled food and ice cream.


Youngsters having a good time at Diamond Creek (The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono)

Notable attendees from the Pennsylvania Horse Racing Commission included Standardbred bureau director Brett Revington, commissioners Ed Rodgers and Darryl Breniser, and marketing director Ashley Eisenbeil. Also attending were Pennsylvania Harness Horsemen's Association President Sam Beegle and executive director Mike Harant, as well as Bob Boni, the notable bloodstock agent and co-owner of Always B Miki.


Southwind Frank at the Diamond Creek open house on Saturday, June 2, 2018 (The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono)

(With files from The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono)


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