Faces at the Races: Glenn Harvey
In 2003, three years after Glenn Harvey sold his business and retired young, Kelynack Farms was born on a 200-acre spread on the Niagara Escarpment in Burlington, Ont. “I tried golfing and was bored to death. I thought I’d better do something. This is more than just a hobby, it’s a passion,” Harvey said via phone from Kentucky where he is shopping for another 10 horses to add to an operation where 80 per cent of the stock is focused on racing. On Sept. 9 at Woodbine, two-year-old colt Brazen Sky — trained by Ricky Griffith and ridden by Quincy Welch — broke his maiden and scored Kelynack’s 99th career win in just six years of racing. Though the farm is a relative newcomer in Ontario, its name goes back more than 400 years. “Kelynack is the family farm on my father’s side back in Cornwall, England,” said Harvey, who…
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