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Dr. James Buell

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Local Address: Orovada, Nevada, United States
Kings River Ranch
 
Background

Employment History

  • Farm's Owner and Veterinarian
  • Manager
    Rancho Jonata

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Web References
Dr. James Buell has come full ...
www.drf.com, 1 Feb 2011 [cached]
Dr. James Buell has come full circle in Thoroughbred racing.
Not closely involved in California breeding or racing on a year-round basis for more than two decades, Buell, 78, has been amassing a stable of yearlings and 2-year-olds in recent months that he plans to race in 2011 and beyond.
Monday at the Barretts January mixed sale in Pomona, Calif., Buell was the leading buyer, acquiring nine horses for $98,300 through his Kings River Ranch. He was also active at sales in Kentucky in 2010.
"I do intend to race a few," he said on Thursday.
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At the height of his involvement with the sport, Buell, a veterinarian, had a breeding farm in the Santa Barbara County town of Buellton. The farm stood Reflected Glory, the sire of Snow Chief. "I produced for the market," he said. "Instead of growing the product and selling it to the end-user, I've become the end-user."
His longtime involvement in the sport includes a position as a member of the board of directors at Del Mar, the one track where he is most likely to spend a day at the races. Currently, Buell spends considerable time at his Kings River Ranch in Orovada, Nev., which is north of Winnemuca. Kings River Ranch specializes in alfalfa and cattle. Buell also has cattle at Rancho Jonata, his farm in Buellton.
"The ranch in Nevada keeps me pretty busy," he said.
Buell said his stable will "more than likely" be based in California, "if they're good enough. He considers attending Thoroughbred sales to be "kind of a hobby."
The horses he bought at Monday's sale were primarily yearlings from the River Edge Farm consignment, including a yearling filly by Unusual Heat for $25,000, a yearling colt by Unusual Heat for $21,000, and a Bertrando filly for $17,000. He also purchased a Bertrando colt for $7,000, who was the first horse through the sales ring. For 2011, Buell says he will have seven 2-year-olds that are being prepared to race.
"Hopefully, we'll have some luck with them," he said.
newsdesk-2007
www.thoroughbredinfo.com, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
After serving as manager of Rancho Jonata in Buellton under the farm's owner and veterinarian, Dr. James Buell, she worked free-lance at horse sales and was chosen to be the Northern California representative and legislative liaison for the state breeders' organization, the CTBA.. She subsequently served as marketing and public relations director for the racing fairs before assisting her friend, Carol Anderson-Ward, in developing one of California's most prominent equestrian facilities, Murrieta Equine Complex.She was then recruited by Monty and Pat Roberts to manage their Flag Is Up Farm equine operation and assist Monty in the promotion of his best-selling autobiography. After that, she designed and assisted in the development of two Thoroughbred operations in the Paso Robles area, Oak Hill Farm and Rancho San Miguel, then decided to start her own operation and with the help of friends and clients built a fam that has expanded to its current 200-acre location east of Santa Margarita Lake, standing two stallions and boarding more than 100 horses. But she has been unable to build the financial security to enable her to withstand the crisis that her accident has created.
newsdesk
www.thoroughbredinfo.com, 4 April 2006 [cached]
After serving as manager of Rancho Jonata in Buellton under the farm's owner and veterinarian, Dr. James Buell, she worked free-lance at horse sales and was chosen to be the Northern California representative and legislative liaison for the state breeders' organization, the CTBA.. She subsequently served as marketing and public relations director for the racing fairs before assisting her friend, Carol Anderson-Ward, in developing one of California's most prominent equestrian facilities, Murrieta Equine Complex.She was then recruited by Monty and Pat Roberts to manage their Flag Is Up Farm equine operation and assist Monty in the promotion of his best-selling autobiography. After that, she designed and assisted in the development of two Thoroughbred operations in the Paso Robles area, Oak Hill Farm and Rancho San Miguel, then decided to start her own operation and with the help of friends and clients built a fam that has expanded to its current 200-acre location east of Santa Margarita Lake, standing two stallions and boarding more than 100 horses. But she has been unable to build the financial security to enable her to withstand the crisis that her accident has created.
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