2014 – Bonne Chance Farm’s story begins in France on January 1st, 2014 (known as “Haras Bonne Chance”), in the charming area of “Pays d’Auge”, 15 miles from Deauville, in the heart of Normandie, also known as the Kingdom of Horses.
2015 – In September, Bonne Chance Farm expands to Kentucky, purchasing Regis Farms (formally Hopewell Farm), and making the 360 acre Thoroughbred nursery in Versailles its homebase.
2016 – First foals are born in Kentucky, a crop of just six.
2017 – Stud RDI and Bonne Chance Farm’s Editore (BRZ) wins the G3 Berkeley Handicap at Golden Gate.
2018 – First US Bonne Chance breds hit the racetrack and Stud RDI and Bonne Chance Farm’s Editore (BRZ) wins the G3 Berkeley Handicap for the 2nd year in a row.
2019 – Cambier Parc becomes the first G1 winner produced by Bonne Chance, winning the G1 Del Mar Oaks and then two months later the G1 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup at Keeneland for owner OXO Equine and trainer, Chad Brown.
2020 – Stud RDI and Bonne Chance Farm’s IVAR wins the G1 Shadwell Turf Mile at Keeneland.
2021 – Stud RDI and Bonne Chance Farm’s IN LOVE wins the G1 Keeneland Turf Mile Stakes at Keeneland. Stud RDI and Bonne Chance Farm’s IN LOVE wins the G1 Keeneland Turf Mile Stakes at Keeneland joining IMPERADOR and IVAR as one of three Stud RDI/Bonne Chance qualified horses for the 2021 Breeders’ Cup World Championships.
2022 – Bonne Chance bred READY TO PURRFORM wins the G2 National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame Stakes at Saratoga for owners Donegal Racing and trainer Brad Cox.
King of Steel
-G2 win in the King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot
-2nd in the G1 Betfred Derby at Epson
-Earned a 124 timeform performance rating
-Winner of the G1 Woody Stephens
-Earned a 109 Beyer speed figure