Asmussen Horse Center

Welcome to Asmussens.com!
Committed to the future of racing in Texas!
The Southwest's most complete equine facility with more than 50 years of experience

Keith and Marilyn Asmussen

EL PRIMERO TRAINING CENTER
Renovated and ready for your race prospects!

CONGRATS TO TRAINER STEVE ASMUSSEN ON HIS BELMONT STAKES VICTORY WITH CREATOR!
Read more about his win in this Blood-Horse article.

EL PRIMERO TRAINING CENTER GRADUATES ARE WINNING ALL OVER THE COUNTRY!
So far this year, TEN 2-year-olds have won, with NINE AT FIRST ASKING and they have combined to earn more than $214,000:

Clutch City - won maiden special at Lone Star Park
Christina's Comet
- won maiden special at Lone Star Park
Tricky One
- won maiden special at Churchill Downs
Zartera
- won maiden special at Chuchill Downs
Made Me Shiver
- won maiden special at Churchill Downs
Lipan -
2nd in maiden special at Churchill Downs
Primal Flirt - 2nd twice at Lone Star Park
Seneca Sally
- 2nd in maiden special at Golden Gate Fields
Precious Play
- 3rd at Lone Star Park
Colonial Kendra - 2nd three times at Lone Star Park

CHECK OUT HOW OUR TEXAS 2-YEAR-OLD SALE GRADS ARE DOING!

Texas-bred Bling on the Music (pictured) broke her maiden at first asking by nearly five lengths at Lone Star Park for owner Danny Keene on May 19. The filly clocked 5 1/2 furlongs in a very quick :51.52 without being asked for her best. She sold for a sale-topping $95,000 at the Texas 2-Year-Olds in Training Sale.

Texas-bred Country Candy was another of the top sellers at the Texas sale when the filly by our stallion INTIMIDATOR went for $65,000 to Danny Keene, and the filly is starting to look like a bargain as she broke her maiden by an easy 9 1/2 lengths for trainer J.R. Caldwell at Lone Star Park.

On June 15 at Indiana Grand, Texas-bred Pure Grey, who sold for $20,000 at the Texas sale, broke her maiden first time out by 13 lengths while being eased up at the wire! She nearly earned back her purchase price in one race.

Texas-bred Shaded, who sold to Clark Brewster for $36,000 at the Texas sale, won her debut by nearly four lengths on June 17 at Lone Star!

Texas-bred More Than Gone, who did not meet her reserve at the Texas sale, broke her maiden second time out at Lone Star Park.

Asmussen Horse Center was the leading consignor at that sale, with 10 sold for $262,900!

Look for our consignment at the Texas Summer Yearling Sale on August 29 at Lone Star Park.

Our numbers speak for themselves:
*6 Eclipse Award-winning Champions
*3 Breeders' Cup Winners
*13 Millionaires
*75 Graded Stakes Winners
*More Than 200 Stakes Winners

Run and managed by experienced horsemen.

Horses are, and always have been, our ONLY business!

We appreciate your business!