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Soon after purchasing Silver Springs Farm, Allen realized he would need some help with maintaining the farm’s lawn. He asked Leslie’s father, Harvey about purchasing a horse. He found a filly named Princess Laila who was on a layoff and could be ready immediately, but by the time Allen had the fences fixed and ready for an occupant, she had gone back into training.

Princess Laila ended up racing a few times and she actually won a race. When she retired, Allen brought her to the farm to breed her. Princess Laila produced several foals for Silver Springs Farm. Her first foal, Wine Devine, eventually became another broodmare at Silver Springs Farm. She also is the dam of Sellwood, who sold for $40,000 as a yearling and ended up earning nearly $200,000 as a Grade I performer. 

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Soon after purchasing Silver Springs Farm, Allen realized he would need some help with maintaining the farm’s lawn. He asked Leslie’s father, Harvey about purchasing a horse. He found a filly named Princess Laila who was on a layoff and could be ready immediately, but by the time Allen had the fences fixed and ready for an occupant, she had gone back into training.

Princess Laila ended up racing a few times and she actually won a race. When she retired, Allen brought her to the farm to breed her. Princess Laila produced several foals for Silver Springs Farm. Her first foal, Wine Devine, eventually became another broodmare at Silver Springs Farm. She also is the dam of Sellwood, who sold for $40,000 as a yearling and ended up earning nearly $200,000 as a Grade I performer.

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Silver Springs Farm Eqwine & Vineyard (SSFEV)

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Soon after purchasing Silver Springs Farm, Allen realized he would need some help with maintaining the farm’s lawn. He asked Leslie’s father, Harvey about purchasing a horse. He found a filly named Princess Laila who was on a layoff and could be ready immediately, but by the time Allen had the fences fixed and ready for an occupant, she had gone back into training.

Princess Laila ended up racing a few times and she actually won a race. When she retired, Allen brought her to the farm to breed her. Princess Laila produced several foals for Silver Springs Farm. Her first foal, Wine Devine, eventually became another broodmare at Silver Springs Farm. She also is the dam of Sellwood, who sold for $40,000 as a yearling and ended up earning nearly $200,000 as a Grade I performer. 

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