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Florida's Lambholm South For Sale At US$19.5m
And a Florida property "that was the breaking & training ground for 10 champions & 2 Horse-Of-The-Year winners is back on the market for US$19.5 million," reported bloodhorse.com. Developed in the 1980s as the Wooden Horse Stud operation associated with the owners of Seattle Slew, it later housed Allen Paulson's Brookside Farm South & Roy Lerman's Lambholm South. After Lerman purchased Jack Dreyfus' Hobeau Farm for US$12.75 million in 2005, he sold the Lambholm property to truck freight king Larry Roberts for US$13.3 million in 2006. Roberts (whose equine interests are in quarter horses) "has had the farm extensively remodeled". Saint Liam & Azeri were eventual Horse-Of-The-Year winners trained on the farm's track & "join a national champion group trained there that includes Slew o' Gold, Personal Ensign, Epitome, Flawlessly, Ajina, Escena, Farda Amiga & Speightstown.