Three Chimneys partners with Besilu Stables
Friday, September 26, 2014
Three Chimneys Farm and Besilu Stables have entered a partnership on the collection of Thoroughbreds developed by Benjamin León Jr.’s Besilu operation, one of North America’s premier racing and broodmare outfits in recent years.

“It's a truly exciting moment for both sides, and at a personal level, it's even more exciting to share with a friend like Gonçalo Torrealba our common passion for horses,” said León. “Our goals and core principles are aligned, and we look forward to a successful future together.”

The objective of the new partnership is to breed and race at the highest levels in the industry, which is a commonality shared between León and Three Chimneys chairman Gonçalo Torrealba.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with Ben León on his exceptional group of horses,” said Torrealba. “He has developed one of the finest select collections of bloodstock in the world, and we look forward to teaming up for many breeding and racing successes together in the future. For Three Chimneys, this venture is a big step forward toward reaching the heights of success we hope to achieve.”
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