Twin Creeks Farm
Twin Creeks Farm was established in 1992 and is nestled on nearly 230 rolling acres in Nonesuch Kentucky. It is a private Thoroughbred operating farm housing between 25-30 top mares breeding to the best stallions with an emphasis on quality not quantity. Each year we try to improve on our broodmare band and raise strong healthy foals.
Breeders of (G1) TO HONOR AND SERVE, (G1) NEGLIGEE, (G1) Placed IRREFUTABLE, (G2) FOREST CAMP, ect...
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Owner Steve Davison is an attorney from Ruston, Louisiana and principle owner in Genesis Energy LP, a publicly traded energy and transportation company. He is also the co-developer of Squire Creek Country Club, the top ranked golf course and residential development in Louisiana.
Randy Gullatt currently oversees every aspect of the farm. He has extensive knowledge and experience in all facets of the thoroughbred industry and developed Twin Creeks Farm into what it is today. He is also responsible for selecting the horses for Twin Creeks Racing Stables as well as broodmares for the farm.
Randy was introduced into the racing industry through his father who owned race horses. He started in the business galloping and later opened his own stable in 1984. Steve began his appreciation for horses at a young age as well and approached Randy with the opportunity to train for him. It did not take long for them to achieve success. They started with a small string of horses and by 1990 moved the stable out west to Northern California where they ended the meet winning at 30% and nearly 75% in the money.
In 1992 Steve and Randy began their transition into the breeding aspect of the horse industry. They kept a few of their best stakes winning mares, including La Paz, with a goal of breeding top class mares to the best stallions and selling the off-springs at auction. Among some of those off-springs included GII-winner FOREST CAMP, GIII winner SPANISH EMPIRE and the 2010 Louisiana Derby Champion MISSION IMPAZIBLE.