Haven Oaks Farm

               "Raising and racing quality thoroughbreds."

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Haven Oaks Farm is privately owned by Jim and Sue Hooper.  Located in Fort Edward, New York, we are just minutes away from Saratoga Race Course.  Our philosophy on horse racing is that it is our livelihood; we are in it to make a profit.  That said, we always demand the most humane treatment of our horses and we will not endanger a horse or rider.   If a horse cannot make a profit at the race track, we will minimize our losses, find an alternative career for that horse and move on. We will always treat our partners, our clients, and our horses with respect.

        We offer true PARTNERSHIPS.  We do not mark up our horses or charge administrative fees reducing the profit of the group.  We are truly, in it together!  If you are interested in learning more about partnership opportunities, please call
(518) 222-5032 or email Jim at hooperjim@hotmail.com
.  If you interested in full ownership of any of these horses, we will be happy to discuss this with you as well. 

Available Horses:

Personal Gold
Touch Gold x No More Flags (Personal Flag) - born May 23, 2012  

This is a very racy looking filly.  She is athletic with natural balance, and a brave, intelligent nature.  She is is just getting started on the farm.  We chose to start late with this filly as she was a late foal and needed some time to mature.  Her half brother, One More Chief (Chief Seattle) won his second lifetime start, a MSW at Saratoga in 2013.


Stonesider x No More Flags (Personal Flag) - born April, 2011 

This handsome gelding is currently in training at McCutcheon Training Center in South Carolina.  Typical of Stonesider's progeny, he is big and solid and has a huge stride.  We have been patient in his training to prepare him for a long and successful career at the track.  He is the second foal out of No More Flags. His half brother, One More Chief (Chief Seattle) won his second lifetime start, a MSW at Saratoga in 2013.  This big guy should be ready to follow in his footsteps this summer!