History

Tommy Town Thoroughbreds

Tommy Town was established in 2000 by Tom and Debi Stull with the purchase of a 165 acre ranch, formerly known as the Westerly Training Center, in the lush Santa Ynez Valley in Santa Barbara County. To accommodate the ranch's growth, the Stull’s acquired an additional 200 acres adjoining the original property. The training operation of the farm is equipped with one hundred stalls, a custom equi-cruiser and a seven-furlong track maintained by two full-time employees. The breeding operation consists of a thirty five-stall foaling barn. With over 350 acres of land, the farm offers pasture boarding for mares, foals and yearlings year round.

Since its founding, Tommy Town Thoroughbreds has pursued a goal of becoming one of California’s premier breeding farms as well as a preeminent training facility. The stallions presently standing at stud are Kafwain, Ministers Wild Cat and Old Topper, all multiple stakes winners.

Although Tommy Town's focus has been breeding, racing and private sales have assumed equal importance since the early 2000s. The farm's training program, excellent pedigrees and exceptional facilities prepare horses to race in California as well as in in Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Kentucky and various east coast states. This approach has elevated Tommy Town to a very successful position in racing. Tommy Town also offers breaking, sales preparation, lay up and rehabilitation for return to racing. Tommy Town has bred and trained many successful racehorses, including several stakes winners.