Perretti Farms is the largest horse farm in New Jersey specializing in the breeding and racing of standardbred horses.
Founded in the late 1980’s, by noted automotive dealer and restauranteur William J Perretti, Perretti Farms is located on state road 526 in the heart of New Jersey’s famed horse country in Cream Ridge. The farm now consists of some 900 acres of rolling hills and pastures on a pristine setting reminiscent of the world-renowned Bluegrass horse farms of Lexington, Kentucky.
Perretti Farms is a full service standardbred nursery, standing outstanding stallions and raising yearlings each year to be offered at public auction at The Standardbred Horse Sale in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In addition, turnouts and individually owned standardbred mares are graciously accepted and cared for by a world-class staff.
Breeding contracts and further information may be obtained by contacting
, Office Manager.
In 2012 with the standardbred breeding business in New Jersey suffering through tough times, Perretti Farms decided to diversify into Thoroughbred ownership, giving another racing game a chance. Led by the impressive 3 year old sprinter Forty Tales, Perretti Racing Stable currently owns thoroughbreds individually or in partnership, trained by Todd Pletcher and Carl Domino and developed at Crupis New Castle Farm, Ocala Florida.
Last Updated on Thursday, 26 September 2013 16:16