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Gentry Brothers Farm is a Thoroughbred racing and training stable owned by brothers Robert and Bruce Gentry. The Gentry brothers have been involved in both quarter horse and Thoroughbred horse racing for over 35 years. The Gentry's maintain a 300-acre (120 ha) farm in Lexington, Kentucky as well as a 20,000-acre (8,100 ha) ranch in Dickens, Texas.
The Gentry brothers owned:
Sweet Diva, owned by Robert a stakes winner who set a track record at Remington Park,
Fearless Freda owned by Robert ,
Commitisize 1998 graded stakes winner,
Princess Rooney, whom Robert purchased for $130,000 in 1995 ,
Goodbye Heart, the dam of Commitisize,
Bruces Blue Lou, the dam of Receiver, was purchased by Bruce Gentry in 1989 for $57,000.,
A full brother to Receiver was sold by the Gentrys for $400,000 at the 1997 Keeneland September yearling sale.