Weidel Boxwood Farm has owned nearly 200 horses since the '70s, and has trained or sold 100s more. Horses include the much famed stallions 1971 Juan De Shawn and 1984 Tikisflaming Jet+/ . These stallions have made a dramatic mark on the Arabian racing industry, as has Pamela Weidel herself. Read on below for some great history, and for a peek into the farm fun of Pamela Weidel.
JUAN DE SHAWN. With 153 of his get and grandget to grace the racetracks, the now deceased Juan De Shawn was sire of Darley Winners, plus other stakes winners in US, UK & UAE. He was also for many years a leading sire and top ten broodmare sire. He was acquired from Robbie Rogers in 1986, and stood and lived out his days at Weidel Boxwood Farm. The talent of this magnificent horse lives on in the Weidel-bred herd.
BURNIE GEE PW bred by Pam Weidel earned a Darley Nomination in 2008 for her outstanding performances on the track, including her win of the Delaware Park Arabian Juvenile Distaff Championship. In 2009 she racked up another stakes win in the Texas Arabian Oaks, and with earnings over $73,000 earned another Darley Nomination. She went on to become the dam of numerous stakes winners in USA and UAE.
DJOLLY GOOD ($85,070 in USA, Darley Nominee, exported) by DJENDEL, was bred by Pam Weidel, out of the Weidel Boxwood 2-time winning mare Bygosh Bygolly. Bygosh Bygolly also produced stakes winners TOUTE DE SUITE (4/34(9-7-6)1-6) and BURNIE GEE PW (above), the outstanding endurance horse Getcha Good PW, and multi winner Gotcha Covered PW, all bred by Pam Weidel.
Another Weidel-bred stallion QJUICK SAND PW ran away with earnings of $151,377. He dominated the racetracks as 2009 leading earner in USA. He won the title of USA CHAMPION in two out of eight categories at the Darley Awards- DARLEY CHAMPION FOUR YEAR OLD COLT, in addition to DARLEY CHAMPION SPRINTER. He is by BURNING SAND out of the Weidel Boxwood mare Doya Juana Dance, by Juan De Shawn. QJUICK SAND PW won the Delaware Park Arabian Juvenile Championship and was a Darley Nominee in 2008. In 2009 he won the Drinkers of the Wind Derby and the Texas Six Shooter, and was stakes placed in the Bob Magness Derby, Ferndale Arabian Stakes, and the Texas Arabian Derby.
"The picture of me waving is on Mount Adams, a race winner on the track, and purchased at the Cre Run sale by Weidel's Boxwood Farm. He went on to win the USET 75 mile Championship at Gladstone, still holds the title. Mount Adams sold to Robin Greces, and then at 21 sold to a vet student and thrives at 24 years old showing in hunter classes!" - Pam Weidel
Tee Whiz PW 4/41(6-6-10)1-1 was another phenomenal horse bred by Pamela Weidel... he was already Graded Stakes placed on the racetrack, then he was the winning three day rookie horse at the Biltmore ride. "After the Biltmore, I dropped him off at Delaware Park on my way back home, and I told trainer he was tired and to scratch him from a race he was entered in for that Tuesday. She didnt scratch him and I went to watch race and he WON!! That little 6 furlong race was a cinch for him after doing a three day 100... he was wonderful. He also won the ARAM Sahara Stake in Minnesota at Canterbury, after doing a 30 mile CTR. I felt like I won the Kentucky Derby." - Pam Weidel
TIKISFLAMING JET+/ was bred by Robbie Rogers and acquired by Pamela Weidel in 1992. He was sired by Tiki Sahiber Ku (IAHA RACING HORSE OF THE YEAR 3 times) and out of Flaming Emotion (also dam of FLAMING TRON KU+/ (by Ibn Kontiki) 3/25(17-1-2)9-4, $117,611, and FLAMING STREAK+/ (by Ibn Kontiki) 5/34 (12-7-7)4-6) among other runners. TIKISFLAMING JET+/ himself amassed a race record of 6/62(14-16-9)2-7 $80,791, and sired 48 progeny. Thirteen of those progeny were bred by Pamela Weidel, representing an important part of the Weidel Boxwood Farm breeding program in the mid 90s. The Weidel Boxwood Farm breeding program has produced 103 Purebred Arabian Horses.