Vivien Malloy

Gallo Reelected NYTB Board President

Thomas J. Gallo, III, founder and managing owner of Dream Maker Racing, Thomas J. Gallo III Sales Agency, LLC and owner of Blue Stone Farm, was reelected President of the Board of Directors of the New York Thoroughbred Breeders, Inc. (NYTB) during a meeting Jan. 21. Mallory Mort, manager of Gallagher's Stud, was reelected as Vice President, while Edition Farm owner Vivien Malloy was again elected Secretary/Treasurer. All three NYTB board officers will serve two-year terms concurrent with their two-year tenure on the board. Board directors are: Scott Ahlschwede, D.V.M.,...

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Proceeds from 'My Life as a Long Shot' to Benefit Retired Racehorse Project

Vivien Goodman Malloy, the Thoroughbred breeder who owns and runs Edition Farm and racing stable in Hyde Park, New York, has recently published a memoir detailing her family's against-the-odds journey from modest roots in Havana to the high life in New York City and beyond. Central to the 88-year-old entrepreneur's family history is a deep appreciation of horses, and Malloy is donating a portion of the proceeds from My Life as a Long Shot: From Cuba to Rye to benefit the Retired Racehorse Project (RRP). Two of the book's 13...

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Browns Named Farm Managers at Edition Farm

Teri and Buster Brown have been named the new farm managers at Vivien Malloy's Edition Farm in Rye, New York. The Browns previously managed Sequel Stud and Waldorf Farm in New York. Teri Brown has been working with horses since her 4-H days in junior high school. She spent 12 years working with physically disabled children and adults, teaching them horseback riding and horse care. Teri started managing horse farms in 1995 in Arizona, and spent eight years at Waldorf New York prior to becoming Sequel's farm manager. At the...

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Weathering the Storm: Vivien Malloy

While many questions regarding the Coronavirus pandemic remain unanswered, and with a stock market experiencing extreme volatility, there is continued uncertainty as to what could happen in our industry over the next few years. But many people in the industry have been through such ambiguity before. We sought the advice of industry leaders who successfully made their way through the Great Recession, and we asked what they learned from it and how they will use their experiences to advance through the coming years. VIVIEN MALLOY, Edition Farm It's a very...

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