Team Manager

Randy has over 35 years of experience in the thoroughbred industry. He is primarily responsible for selecting and managing the horses purchased for Twin Creeks Racing Stables, LLC as well as overseeing every aspect of Twin Creeks Farm's breeding operation located in Versailles, Kentucky.

With years of hands on experience with horses on and off the track, Randy has developed a keen eye for the next "Big Horse". He is patient, when picking out horses, only buying those that meet his criteria and meet the acceptable price range.  Since 2008, Randy has consistently picked out horses running in the top echelon of racing. 


Steve Davison, owner of Twin Creeks Farm, has been involved in the Thoroughbred industry for over 20 years, principally as a race horse owner, farm owner and breeder. An attorney from Ruston, Louisiana, he is a principal owner in Genesis Energy, LP, a publicly traded energy and transportation company. He owns the Ragozins The Sheets,the most effective and powerful handicapping tool available. He is also a developer of Squire Creek Country Club, the top ranked golf course and residential development in Louisiana. He is primarily responsible for the organization of the Company and assist in the evaluation and purchase of all horses acquired by Twin Creeks.


Partner Relations/Admin

Kim handles all the social media, administration and partner relations for both the racing stable and the farm. She is a former jockey from New Orleans who held two riding titles in her short career. Since retiring from riding, she has worked for several of the premier thoroughbred sales companies including Taylor Made Sales Agency, Eaton Sales and Denali Stud where she handled all client relations, paperwork deadlines and nominations, research on all sales horses and managed and coordinated the sales team during the sales. She has also worked with the marketing department of Keeneland Racetrack as well as with the Breeders' Cup telecast. Currently she is working with some of the retired race horses of Twin Creeks developing their second careers.

Todd Pletcher

Todd Pletcher is a leading American thoroughbred horse trainer. He has won four consecutive Eclipse Awards as outstanding Trainer of the Year, while topping the leader board in purse earnings in 2004, 2005, and 2006. His horse Super Saver won the 2010 Kentucky Derby, the first of his 24 horses entered in his career to win the Run for the Roses. He also won the 2007 Belmont Stakes with filly Rags to Riches.

Mike Stidham

Michael Stidham, born 1957 in Neptune, New Jersey, was born into horse racing. He learned the trade under the watchful eye of his father George Stidham, a former jockey and trainer. Mike started out as a hot walker and groom working up to a position as an assistant trainer.

Mike spent two years in college, setting his sights on becoming a veterinarian before deciding to become a trainer. He worked for his father in South Florida and began training on his own at Tampa Bay Downs in 1978. In 1979 Mike saddled his first career winner. He moved to California in the early 1980's and trained for Elmendorf Farm, returning to Florida two years later to train privately for Meadowbrook Farm.

Mike has found his niche in the Midwest  in Louisiana, Texas, Kentucky and Illinois where he maintains a high-percentage outfit.

Brad Cox

In 2016 Brad, for the 3rd year in a row, set career highs with 151 wins and earnings of $6,288,972. The barn also hit career highs in stakes wins (27), and maintained a 28% win rate for the year, while facing competition at many of the top tracks around the country.

Brad also followed up 5 graded stakes wins in 2015, with 7 in 2016. Among his best runners were multiple graded stakes winners, Chocolate Ride, Cash Control, Call Pat, and Spelling Again.

Brad grew up a few blocks from Churchill Downs and earned an advanced degree in racing education under the famed Twin Spires. He broke into the game working for trainers Burt Kessinger and Jimmy Baker before landing a job as assistant to trainer Dallas Stewart. His five-year stint there indoctrinated him to the revolutionary training program pioneered by D. Wayne Lukas and has been passed down through former assistants like Todd Pletcher, Kiaran McLaughlin and Stewart.

Brad set out on his own in 2005 at the age of 25. His barn enjoyed a breakout year in 2014, accumulating 75 wins in 295 starts (25%) and earning $2,394,571 for the year, including his first graded stakes win with Carve in the Prairie Meadows Cornhusker Handicap (GIII). 2015 was an even better year that included 5 graded stakes wins from 4 different horses. In total, the barn won 98 of 367 (27%) starts.


Mike Trombetta

Michael Trombetta trained his first winner in 1986 after his father owned horses when Trombetta was a teenager. He became a player on the national racing scene in 2006 when his trainee Sweetnorthernsaint went off as the favorite in the Kentucky Derby after winning the Illinois Derby. The colt would go on to finish second in the Preakness Stakes.

This season he has one of the top ten  KY Derby contender hopefuls with the Constitution colt INDEPENDENCE HALL.