“Brandywine Baby” Danza Brings Farm Back To The Kentucky Derby

Danza and Joe Bravo take the Arkansas Derby. Photo credit Coady Photography

Danza and Joe Bravo take the Arkansas Derby. Photo credit Coady Photography

When Danza crossed the finish line first in the Grade 1 Arkansas Derby on April 12, he had plenty of people cheering him on at Oaklawn Park.

He also had a serious, albeit smaller, cheering section at Henry Clay’s in Lexington, Kentucky, where Pam Robinson was having dinner with Ressa Harris, one of the clients of her and her husband Jim’s Brandywine Farm, which bred Danza in partnership with Frank Whitely’s Liberation Farm

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