Runnymede Farm is an American horse breeding farm located outside Paris, Kentucky on U.S. Route 27, the Paris-Cynthiana Road. Breeders of Thoroughbreds, the 365-acre (1.48 km2) farm was established in 1867 by American Civil War Colonels Ezekiel Field Clay and Catesby Woodford. Colonel Ezekiel Clay (1840–1920), whose father, Brutus J. Clay, was a member of the Kentucky House of Representatives and the United States House of Representatives and a breeder of Thoroughbreds and champion cattle. He was a nephew of abolitionist Cassius Clay and a cousin to Henry Clay.

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  • Runnymede Farm is an American horse breeding farm located outside Paris, Kentucky on U.S. Route 27, the Paris-Cynthiana Road. Breeders of Thoroughbreds, the 365-acre (1.48 km2) farm was established in 1867 by American Civil War Colonels Ezekiel Field Clay and Catesby Woodford. Colonel Ezekiel Clay (1840–1920), whose father, Brutus J. Clay, was a member of the Kentucky House of Representatives and the United States House of Representatives and a breeder of Thoroughbreds and champion cattle. He was a nephew of abolitionist Cassius Clay and a cousin to Henry Clay. Catesby Woodford (d. age 74 in 1923) was a wealthy Paris, Kentucky distiller who became President of the Race Horse Owners' and Trainers' Association and whose New York Times obituary said "was regarded as the dean of Kentucky sportsmen." The farm has had a long history of breeding success. U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductees Miss Woodford, Hanover, Ben Brush, and Roamer were bred at Runnymede Farm. As well, the farm has bred: * Agile (b. 1902) - won 1905 Kentucky Derby * Count Turf (b. 1948) - won 1951 Kentucky Derby * Angle Light (b. 1970) - won the 1973 Wood Memorial Stakes, defeating Secretariat * Tejano Run (b. 1992) - wins include the Breeders' Futurity Stakes Maker's Mark Mile Stakes and Widener Handicap * Palace Episode (b. 2002) - won Racing Post Trophy * Awesome Gem (b. 2003) - won San Fernando Breeders' Cup Stakes * Divine Park (b. 2004) - wins include the Withers Stakes and Metropolitan Handicap * Lady Eli (b. 2012) - wins include the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf and Belmont Oaks Invitational Stakes Runnymede Farm is owned by Catesby Woodford Clay, a grandson of founder, Ezekiel Clay. (en)
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  • Runnymede Farm is an American horse breeding farm located outside Paris, Kentucky on U.S. Route 27, the Paris-Cynthiana Road. Breeders of Thoroughbreds, the 365-acre (1.48 km2) farm was established in 1867 by American Civil War Colonels Ezekiel Field Clay and Catesby Woodford. Colonel Ezekiel Clay (1840–1920), whose father, Brutus J. Clay, was a member of the Kentucky House of Representatives and the United States House of Representatives and a breeder of Thoroughbreds and champion cattle. He was a nephew of abolitionist Cassius Clay and a cousin to Henry Clay. (en)
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