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Death of breeder
Bruce Hundley

BRUCE HUNDLEY, owner of Saxony Farm in Kentucky and breeder of champion US juvenile Fly So Free, died in a Lexington hospital on October 21. He was 67.

Hundley began his career in the thoroughbred industry at Oaklawn park in 1968 with the late trainer Doug Davis, then worked for Davis at his High Hope Farm in Kentucky.

A year later he purchased the first 80 acres of land for his Saxony Farm, whcih grew to more than 500 acres and where he bred some 20 stakes winners.

As well as Fly So Free, who landed the 1990 Breeders' Cup Juvenile, Hundley also raised and sold Horse of the Year Zilzal and champion sprinter Ajdal, who wad a $7.5m yearling.

He also served on the Kentucky Racing Commission for some seven years and was chairman of the Kentucky Equine Drug Council.




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