North American Thoroughbred Horse Company


Mission Statement


To professionally manage and optimise the experience for new owners in the Thoroughbred horse racing industry.

Our History


Summer SongNorth American Thoroughbred Horse Co. is privately owned and managed by Glen Todd of Langley, BC. Well known throughout the Thoroughbred industry and a BC Horse Racing Hall of Fame inductee, Glen has been very successful in horse racing for over five decades, as an owner, breeder and he also trained his own horses for several years.

NATHC's winning record speaks for itself. NATHC horses, trained by veteran trainer Troy Taylor, have been frequent visitors to the winner's circle; the most notable achievements being winning the prestigious Long Acres Mile with Taylor Said, winning the 2016 BC Derby, as well as several other Stakes throughout the years. NATHC horses have also received several awards including Horse of the Year, top Three Year Old Filly and top Three Year Old (colts & geldings) to name a few.

NATHC's dedication to the "Sport of Kings" is evident in the expertise and combined knowledge of our employees. Many of NATHC's team members have grown up around horses or have been involved with them in some manner throughout their lives. The well-being of our Thoroughbreds is the number one priority for our staff.

NATHC is passionate about Thoroughbred horse racing and strives to promote this exciting sport both within and outside the racing community.

Horses for Sale


From time to time, North American Thoroughbred Horse Company may have horses available for sale.

Stallion


Learn about our winning stallion Texas Wildcatter

Horsin' Around Terms and Definitions


What's the difference between Blanket Finish, Bottom Line and Bull Ring? Click Here to find out and discover other intriguing terms in the world of horse racing.

 

Thoroughbred News

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Recent Racing News

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