Glenn Brok of Diamond B Farm received a $250,000 bonus as the breeder of the first stakes winner by sire Peace and Justice.
Glenn and Becky Brok’s Diamond B Farm in Mohrsville, Pa., one of the state’s leading stallion operations, will shutter after two decades in business, BloodHorse reports.
The Broks will move to a smaller farm near Georgetown, Ky., to be closer to their daughters.
Diamond B’s roster in 2021 included Boisterous, Eastwood, Rowayton, Social Inclusion, Talent Search, and Uptowncharlybrown, all of which have been relocated to new farms.
The Broks purchased the 100-acre Diamond B property when Glenn was about 25. The operation was perennially one of Pennsylvania’s leading breeders, taking home the top spot in 2017. Notable horses foaled at the farm include Grade 1 winner Real Solution, Grade 2 winner Emotional Kitten, and Grade 3 winner Hollywood Talent.
Read more at BloodHorse.
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