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Creatine to Sugar Valley Farm in 2018 in partnership with Diamond Creek Farm

November 03, 2017

In an exciting turn of events for Ohio breeders, multi-millionaire trotter, Creatine, will be standing at Sugar Valley Farm in 2018. Read More.

Dragon Again Retired From Stallion Duty

April 12, 2017

Dragon Again, a sire of the winners of more than $122 million, has been officially retired from stallion duties effective Tuesday (April 11).

Allgonowhoa, by Dragon Again, Tops Ohio Selected Sale

September 17, 2016

The colt was raised at Sugar Valley Farm, where Dragon Again stands, and was consigned by Spring Haven Farm as that facility’s agent.

Wiggle It Jiggleit is unanimous number 1

June 14, 2016

from the USTA newsroom

Wiggle It Jiggleit won for the third consecutive time last week and remains the unanimous No. 1 in this week’s Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll. The 4-year-old male pacer won the third leg of the Graduate Series by 5-1/2 lengths in a track-record-equaling 1:48.1 at Tioga Downs on Sunday.

Wiggle It Jiggleit impressive in Graduate

June 12, 2016

from USTA newsroom

Reigning Horse of the Year Wiggle It Jiggleit ($2.60) proved too much for his ten 4-year-old pacing rivals in Sunday afternoon's (June 12) $75,000 Graduate preliminary at Tioga Downs, drawing clear authoritatively after setting a strong pace.

Mr Wiggle Pants wins again in Ohio Sires Stakes

June 12, 2016

from the USTA newsroom

The sturdy-gaited Mr Wiggle Pants kept his winning streak intact in the third OSS division, making his triumph his fifth straight for his connections. The son of Mr Wiggles prevailed by a length in 1:51.4, a career best, for driver Kayne Kauffman, finishing a length ahead of the hard-trying Winwood Mac (Darrell Wright).

Wiggle It Jiggleit and Bit Of A Legend N in an epic battle

April 17, 2016

from the USTA newsroom


No bait and switch here. It was as advertised Saturday night (April 16), with Yonkers Raceway hosting the fifth and final preliminary round of the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series. The highly-anticipated first matchup between Wiggle It Jiggleit and Bit Of A Legend N was so stirring that neither one wanted to be left out of the picture.

Wiggle It Jiggleit stars in round four of Levy series

April 10, 2016

from the USTA newsroom


Yonkers Raceway’s Saturday night (April 9) brought with it the fourth round of the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series. Four, $50,000 divisions brought the series further in focus, with the gazing especially glaring at both Wiggle It Jiggleit and Bit Of A Legend N.

Wakizashi Hanover, son of Dragon Again, wins 2015 O'Brien Award

February 14, 2016

Wakizashi Hanover, son of Dragon Again, a winner of 11 races and purses exceeding $1.2 million, was voted Canada’s Three-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year. The $23,000 yearling purchase won Canada’s richest harness race, pacing to a three-quarter length career-best 1:48 win in the Pepsi North America Cup at Mohawk Racetrack.

Delaware legislature honors Horse of the Year Wiggle It Jiggleit

January 28, 2016

The Delaware legislature paid tribute to 2015 Standardbred Horse of the Year Wiggle It Jiggleit Tuesday afternoon (Jan. 26) with ceremonies in the House of Representatives and Senate.

Enjoying the ride with Unix Hanover

January 27, 2016

Unix Hanover, a son of Yankee Cruiser, has made all eight of his starts for his new connections at Yonkers’ half-mile oval. He finished seventh from post eight in his debut for his new barn, but has finished worse than second only once since then.

Wiggle It Jiggleit is 2015 Horse of the Year

December 17, 2015

from the USTA newsroom

Harness racing’s Horse of the Year made the most of nearly every month on the calendar. Three-year-old gelding Wiggle It Jiggleit, who on Thursday was named the Dan Patch Award Horse of the Year by the U.S. Harness Writers Association, won his first race of the season in January and continued posting victories through November. In fact, the only month during that span in which he failed to win at least one race was April, when he was given a brief respite before continuing a campaign that concluded Nov. 30 with 22 wins in 26 starts.

Wiggle It Jiggleit goes out a winner in Progress Pace

November 30, 2015

from DRF Harness

He finished almost exactly the way he started 2015. Wiggle It Jiggleit was simply superb in capturing the $300,000 Hap Hansen Progress Pace on Monday evening at Dover Downs in a track record 1:48 2/5 mile.


Wiggle It Jiggleit takes Progress Pace elim in 1:49

November 24, 2015

from the USTA newsroom

The dark bay world champion, conditioned by Clyde Francis, rolled away from the starting gate to take the lead. Driver Montrell Teague never looked back, negotiating a :26 opening quarter, :54.4 half and took his eight foes to the three-quarters in 1:22.1.

Wiggle It Jiggleit leads Progress Pace elimination at Dover

November 23, 2015

from the USTA newsroom

Nine fast three-year-olds vie in the $35,000 elimination for the eight starting positions in next Monday’s $300,000 Hap Hansen Progress Pace. Heading the impressive list is $2-million winner, world champion George Teague Inc.’s Wiggle It Jiggleit (Montrell Teague), who recently won the Matron Stake at Dover Downs.

Yankee Moonshine wins the Three Diamonds

November 20, 2015

from the USTA newsroom

Yankee Moonshine was allowed to set the pace through fractions of 27.4, 56.2 and 1:24.3, turning for home with Penpal right off her flank. But, Yankee Moonshine kept on going in the stretch, keeping Blue Moon Stride trapped in the pocket for much of the stretch.

Blue Maserati brings $100,000 at Harrisburg Sale

November 20, 2015

Sugar Valley Farm co-owned Blue Maserati brought $100,000 on the first day of yearling sales at the Pennsylvania Farm and Show Complex in Harrisburg, PA.


Blue Maserati, went into the ring as Hip number 188 and when the hammer finally came down, Tony Alagna signed the ticket.



Ohio Horses Selling Strong: Blooded Horse Sale Review

November 20, 2015

from the USTA newsroom

The Fall Blooded Horse Sale held November 16-19 posted its best gross and average in 68 years. Buyers from 25 states and Canada flocked to the Delaware Ohio fairgrounds in search of yearlings, weanlings, racehorses, and breeding stock.

Wiggle It Jiggleit wins the Matron Stakes

November 13, 2015

from USTA Newsroom

Wiggle It Jiggleit continued his assault on sub-1:50 miles for a sophomore pacer, annexing a 1:49.4 triumph in the $201,900 Matron male pace. Montrell Teague, who drove his second win on the program, permitted Wakizashi Hanover (Tetrick) to set the early tempo before pulling out in front of the grandstand and annexed command past the half. 

October 23, 2015

from USTA Newsroom

Hoosier Park Racing & Casino played host to a stakes-filled card on Friday (Oct. 23) as Grand Circuit racing action made a stop at the seven-eighths-mile oval for the third time this season. The 13-race card was highlighted by divisions of the Circle City Stakes for 3-year-old trotters and pacers and it was harness racing’s top ranked horse, Wiggle It Jiggleit, who stole the show.

October 06, 2015

from USTA Newsroom

It’s unanimous for the second consecutive week. Wiggle It Jiggleit is No. 1.

September 30, 2015

from USTA Newsroom

Mr Wiggles, sire of Little Brown Jug and world champion Wiggle It Jiggleit, is returning to Sugar Valley Farm in Delaware, Ohio for the 2016 breeding season.  


September 24, 2015

from USTA Newsroom

Seemingly beaten in mid-stretch, Wiggle It Jiggleit and driver Montrell Teague fought back in the final strides to win Thursday’s (Sept. 24) $677,000 Little Brown Jug for 3-year-old male pacers by a nose over Lost For Words in 1:49.3 at the Delaware County Fairgrounds.

September 20, 2015

from USTA Newsroom

Montrell Teague guided George Teague, Jr.’s Miss Me Yet to a 6 ¾ length victory in the $107,433 (div.) Ohio Breeders Championship for 2-year-old filly pacers in a stakes record 1:55 Sunday afternoon (Sept. 20) at the Delaware (Ohio) County Fair.

July 19, 2015

by Debbie Little, for NY Post

On a card dominated by long shots, 2-5 favorite Wiggle It Jiggleit bucked the trend, winning the $706,000 Meadowlands Pace on Saturday night at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment.

November 14, 2014

from USTA Newsroom

It was jointly announced by Bob Marks of Deo Volente Farms and Joe McLead of Sugar Valley Farm that the international superstar Wishing Stone, a winner of the Kentucky Futurity at three and the Copenhagen Cup in Denmark at age five, has been officially retired from racing and will stand stud at Sugar Valley Farm in Delaware, Ohio.

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