Built with Pride – Windhaven is still an Industry Leader
The 75-year-old former football star - turned construction entrepreneur is also tough and persistent and perhaps that's why, after 35 years in racing, his Windhaven just had the biggest year in its history. Graham bred four of the top juvenile colts in Canada in 2012 including Grade II winner Uncaptured, considered a leading contender for the biggest race of them all, the May 4 Kentucky Derby. “It was a pleasant surprise, actually,” said Graham about his year. “It's all about the mares and it's taken a long time to gather up this group. I try to breed my mares to the best stallions I can afford. You just try to keep yourself in the best company.” Over the years. Windhaven has bred and raced dozens of stakes winners, but only once before in its history had it bred the earners in the six-figures: in 2011 when his horses collected just…
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