3030 Newtown Pike, Lexington, Kentucky 40511
Farm Office: 859-255-7968
Executive Office: 859-255-7966
Cobra Farm is a 195 acre Thoroughbred breeding facility that has been owned by Gary and Betty Biszantz since 1995. The original farm was White Horse Acres, owned by Mr. Ben Castleman and later known as Due Process Stables, owned by Mr. Robert Brennan, which consisted of 82 acres. Cobra Farm expanded in 2004, purchasing a 113 acre farm that had been part of the Castleton Farm.
The farm has a rich history for raising Thoroughbreds. It is the birthplace of Seattle Slew who foaled in 1974. Seattle Slew was the winner of the Triple Crown in 1977 and a sire who produced countless Champions. In 1991 Dehere, the Breeder’s Cup Champion 2 year old colt of 1993, and Strategic Maneuver, a Multiple Grade 1 Winning filly, were foaled. Recent Graded Stakes Horses born on the farm include Nates Mineshaft, Lunar Sovereign, Our New Recruit, Sinister Minister, Trieste's Honor, Kristopher Street, and Forefathers. Multiple Graded Stakes Winner, Old Trieste, while not born on the farm, spent his early years here.
The farm is home to 50 horses, where it breeds and foals 15 mares each year, in addition to a yearling crop, and lay-ups.
Cobra Farm is open to commercial boarding of broodmares, yearlings, and lay-ups for select clients. The farm has a qualified staff of 10 employees to care for farm and client horses.