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Background Information

Employment History

Owner

The New Farm


Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Unique Enterprises


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www.phillyburbs.com

Everett Novack, the owner of New Farm on New Road, had sought an injunction to stop the graduation party fireworks. Novack filed a lawsuit against Chartwell and Evesham, which issued the permit for the display.Evesham public safety officials inspected Chartwell yesterday and deemed the display safe.They will inspect again Friday.Novack said the explosions present a danger and serious risk of injury for the 40 to 50 thoroughbred horses on his 200-acre farm, which is about a half-mile from Chartwell.Last year, his suit claims, the horses went into a panic and frenzy during the fireworks. Novack complained after last year's event because it was the first time he was on the farm at the time of the display. DisplayAds ('Middle');Novack said after the hearing yesterday that some of the horses did suffer cuts and bruises and that others might have been injured, but it is difficult to know exactly when a horse suffers a specific injury. "I'm very angry.How many horses will have to be killed this year for them to do something about it?"he said."They don't care at all about horses."He said the thoroughbreds, including pregnant broodmares, foals and yearlings, have unique racing bloodlines and in some cases cannot be replaced.In the suit, the horses were valued at between $6 and $8 million. Novack invited animal and horse lovers to come to Evesham and demonstrate in front of Chartwell on Friday night.He said he supported the efforts of Chartwell and the Cherokee parents to keep students safe after their graduation ceremony, but felt the party could be a success without the fireworks.


www.horseplayerdaily.com [cached]

Everett Novak, owner of New Farm, is the founder and C.E.O. of Unique Enterprises, which manufactures and distributes party supplies that includes licensing rights to Batman, Cat-In-The-Hat, Wiggles, Bob the Builder, Spider-Man, Hulk, Bratz, Spongebob Square Pants and Scooby Doo.


www.monmouthpark.com

Everett "Ebby" Novak, an owner and breeder for more than 25 years, was named the 2013 recipient of the Virgil "Buddy" Raines Distinguished Achievement Award.
The Raines Award, instituted at Monmouth Park in 1996, honors men and women who have demonstrated a continuing commitment to the sport of Thoroughbred racing as an owner or trainer, and whose conduct has been exemplary for professionalism, integrity and service to the sport. Mr. Novak, who purchased New Farm in Marlton, N.J. in 1988, was the 18 th recipient of the Raines Award.


www.drf.com [cached]

Perkins Jr. said the quality was there in the breeding and that was what encouraged Everett Novak of New Farm to purchase Penniless Heiress as a broodmare.New Farm owned Forest Wildcat, who earned nearly $500,000 and has become a very good young stallion, and the match with Penniless Heiress has been outstanding.Right now, she is in foal to Giant's Causeway.


ww2.keeneland.com

Wild Gams earned $186,000 for owner Everett Novak's New Farm and paid $8.20.She won for the seventh time in 16 career starts and increased her earnings to $678,171.Wild Gams will be sold during Keeneland's upcoming November Breeding Stock Sale.


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