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Nov, 2013

Bullet Train stands stud at Crestwood Farm in Lexington, KY

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Bob & Sean Feld

Sean Feld
Sean has had a passion for horseracing since his youth, tagging along on racetrack trips with his dad, Bob, at every opportunity. He learned how to read the Daily Racing Form at the age of eight and has been handicapping races ever since.
His first hands-on experience with horses came as a weekend hotwalker and barn hand for trainer Grant Hofmans when he was just 13. At 15, he spent a summer working in Lexington, Kentucky at the legendary 505 Farm. It was during that time that he decided to apply to the University of Kentucky.

Upon graduation from the prestigious Loyola High School of Los Angeles in 2005, he entered UK graduating from there in 2009 with a Bachelors degree in Agricultural Economics. During his college years, Sean worked at various Thoroughbred sales for Bongo Racing and Bobfeld Bloodstock and also worked a summer for Kellyn Gorder, who did the early training for WinStar Farm, prior to becoming a public trainer.

After a seasonal stint with Walmac Farm in 2010, Sean took full-time employment at Spendthrift Farm. He played a major role in Spendthrift’s acquisition of Breeders’ Cup Mile (G1) winner Court Vision as well Beholder, the winner of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1). Sean started working for Bullet Train LLC in January of 2013.

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Bob Feld
Bob Feld has had a close involvement in the Thoroughbred industry since he bought into his first horse before he got his driver's license at the young age of 16. His career has spanned over three decades and he has held just about every position in the Thoroughbred industry from public handicapper, to jockey agent, assistant trainer and overseeing partnerships, amongst many other positions. a student of the game from a young age.

Bob has a keen eye for finding top-class Thoroughbreds and was involved with the selection of champions Reraise, winner of the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (G1) and Action this Day who was victorious in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile. In addition to champions he has advised the purchase of Hollywood Futurity (G1) winner Siphonic; Breeders’ Cup Distaff (G1) victress Adoration, Shared Account, winner of the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf and Balance who won 3 Grade 1′s during her racing career and her first foal sold at auction for a record $4.2-million for a client. One of his favorite horses he was involved in purchasing was the fast-closing fourth-place finisher in the 2003 Kentucky Derby (G1), Atswhatimtalknbout.

Bob first got involved with the stallion industry when partnering up with Storage magnet B. Wayne Hughes in standing a son of Storm Cat in California named Cat Dreams. In his very first year at stud, Cat Dreams was bred to more mare than any other first-year stallion in the state and then went on to become a leading sire and the sire of three time Graded stakes winner Caracortado whose earnings currently stand at $864,105.

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