Randy Bradshaw has had an illustrious career

in the Thoroughbred racing world. He started his career in the late 1980’s

under the guidance of Hall of Fame trainer, D. Wayne Lukas, for whom he worked

for 13 years. Later, Randy became the resident trainer for Padua Stables, where

he broke and trained Vindication and Yes It’s True.

In 2003 he went on to become the resident

trainer of Frank Stronach’s Adena Springs in Ocala, Florida. Here he helped the

farm to win over 934 races with 220 individual winners and 60 stakes races providing

an incredible $29 million dollars in earnings. Bradshaw was also voted one of

the top 50 trainers by Sports Illustrated in 1988. Six years ago he went off on

his own privately and now operates Bradshaw Racing and Training stables. He has

enjoyed great success on his own breaking the likes of 2011 Kentucky Derby

Winner Animal Kingdom.

Serious problems set in at his Racing and

Training Center as he was preparing a Congrats filly for the prestigious OBS

March 2014 two-year olds in training sale. This filly, as well as two other

horses came down with pharyngitis and were all running high fevers. On the

advice of Tania Giauque, Sales Manager for Aragon Nutraceuticals, distributor of the revolutionary Nixall Family of Products, Randy decided to put these horses on jQuery(document).on('ready', function ($, document, undefined) { jQuery('.pum-overlay').on('pumInit', function() { // var settings = jQuery('#popmake-60448').data('popmake'); console.log('pumInit'); }); jQuery('.pum-overlay').on('pumOpenPrevented', '.pum', function () { // var settings = jQuery('#popmake-60448').data('popmake'); console.log('pumOpen prevented'); }); jQuery('.pum-overlay').on('pumBeforeOpen', function () { var $popup = jQuery('#popmake-60448'); // setTimeout(function () { $popup.popmake('close'); // }, 0); // half Second // var settings = jQuery('#popmake-60448').data('popmake'); console.log('pumBeforeOpen'); }); });