Wellbourne Farms Takes Charge of Northview PA Property

Wellbourne Farms

Wellbourne Farms has taken charge of the former Northview PA farm and the Lancaster property will continue to offer stallion and broodmare services to the region, according to a release from Northview Stallion Station.

“We are thrilled that the farm will remain a breeding operation,” said Northview Stallion Station general manager David Wade. “We've assured Wellbourne Farms that we will support them and do whatever we can to help them during and beyond the transition.”

Northview, which established the Pennsylvania farm in 2009, announced in May that it was consolidating operations at its Maryland farm. Located near Peach Bottom, the farm consists of 168 acres with an eight-stall stallion barn, full breeding shed and office, three 20-stall broodmare barns and a 12-stall yearling barn.

“We could not be more excited that such an opportunity presented itself,” said John C. Green, Wellbourne Farms CEO and chairman of Green Family Corporate Holdings. “Location, location, location…Pennsylvania is pivotal to the strength and durability of the Thoroughbred breeding and racing industry in the Mid-Atlantic. Most important, this farm has positively impacted the pedigree and high quality of mares bred within the state. The Northview Team has been incredibly helpful passing the torch on to us and no doubt we will carry on the hard work their team has contributed to the foundation for the success of this farm.”

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