Mighty Acres, Still Here & Going Strong!

For Immediate Release –  Oklahoma City, Ok, November 30, 2022 – Might Acres, A division of Center Hills Farm. 

Still here and going strong! Mighty Acres, the leading breeder in Oklahoma for nearly a decade, is ready for the 2023 breeding season and will be offering boarding, foaling, lay-ups and breeding to two the top stallions in the region:

FLAT OUT
(Flatter – Cresta Lil, by Cresta Rider)
2023 Fee: $3,000

DEN’S LEGACY
(Medaglia d’Oro – Sunshine Song, by War Chant)
2023 Fee: $2,500

Mighty Acres 675 W. 470 Rd. Pryor, Oklahoma, 74361
Phone: 918-825-4256 | Fax: 918-825-4255
Randy Blair: 918-271-2266 | Brad Heidelberg: 918-981-0500
www.mightyacres.com

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Edward J. DeBartolo (at that time, the owner of Balmoral, Thistledown and Louisiana Downs) built Remington Park in Oklahoma City as a $100 million showcase for Thoroughbred racing. The inaugural race meet during the fall of 1988 was an opportunity for Oklahoma Thoroughbred horsemen to race in their home state and for horsemen from throughout the region to enjoy Oklahoma’s hospitality.

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