Winterwood Farm is located in the scenic rolling hills of north central Ohio, just south of Mansfield. The spacious paddocks and pastures allow mares and foals plenty of room for exercise and ample grazing. The hills strengthen the muscles of young horses for the rigors of racing.
The farm is owned and operated by Albert C. Adams and family. Mr. Adams managed Almahurst Farm in Kentucky for several decades.
Many outstanding horses have been raised at Winterwood Farm, including the world champion Triumphant Caviar 3, 1:54.2h, 4, 1:53.2s. He was second to Muscle Hill in the 2009 Breeders Crown, started in the Hambletonian, and set a world record winning the Old Oaken Bucket at Delaware.
Such sub-1:50 pacers as Laag Text 5, 1:49.3 ($702,685) and Poker Dice 4, 1:49.3 ($297,111) were also foaled and raised at Winterwood as well as Crown Manhattan, the fastest harness horse ever in the United Kingdom after his 1:55.4 mile at York, England.
Winterwood Farm boards mares for clients and also acts as an agent at yearling and mixed sales.