A&A breeds and sells our own stock in both Canada and the United States. We utilize various consigners based on our objectives and quality of bloodstock. All of our homebreds are both                                           and                    nominated.

A&A is one of the few farms in North America that participates in the sale of sucklings. Adopted from Japan, the sale of sucklings is done privately as not to stress the young foal. Foals are reserved before they leave their mothers side and then shipped to the new owner after weaning. Like in Japan, there is no transaction until the weaned foal is ready to ship to it's new home. We take reservations on sucklings on a first come first serve basis. 

Weanlings and yearlings are either sold privately or through public auction in Canada and the United States.


All of our sales horses are available for viewing at the farm by appointment. 

Available Sucklings


Kantharos x I'm Mom's Favorite (Indian Charlie) 2022

Born April 16th, Shogun is a large and impressive foal with a strong personality and good conformation. He is estimated to finish at 16.3h, a perfect but imposing size for the racetrack. Ontario bred. Currently located in Kentucky. 

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Available Weanlings

There are no weanlings available at this time.

Available Yearlings


More Than Ready x A.A. Azula's Arch (Arch) 2021

The first foal out of Grade 3 winner, A.A. Azula's Arch, this colt is full of class. Easy to work with with an 'in your pocket' personality, Zuko will be the dream member of any racing team he joins. We expect great things from this one. Kentucky bred. Only available at auction. 



Flameaway x Incidental Kiss (Harlan's Holiday) 2021

Very large and correct April colt who is currently holding the record of the largest foal born for A&A. With his impressive size and stature, Malik would make a perfect pinhook prospect as a yearling. Kentucky bred.


Off The Track Thoroughbreds

We do not have any off the track thoroughbred's looking for their second careers right now. Follow our Facebook page for updates.