• GALLINA overcomes all sorts of trouble to win a MSW - TALENTI 2nd

    GALLINA (Mineshaft) got the Bond barn off to a great start for the new year. She overcame a hard bump, a check, and a sloppy track to break her maiden in  MSW at Aqueduct by almost 4 lengths - eased up at the end. She is owned by the  Bond Racing Stable and  Willliam Clifton, Jr. and was bred by the Bond's Song Hill Thoroughbreds LLC. Due to on the board finishes, the newly turned 4-year-old filly has earned just shy of $80.000. Second in the same race was TALENTI (Goldencents) who was making her first start lifetime. She had the lead until deep stretch and could not quite hold off her stablemate. Watch for her next time. She is also a family affair for the Bonds - owned and raised and started at their Song Hill Farm,

  • FANCY FELINE graduates by 12 + geared down!

    FANCY FELINE (Flat Out) raced 6 furlongs at Aqueduct to a 12 1/2 length win. The Windhorse Thoroughbreds, LLC homebred raced 3 wide on the turn and when asked took off to open a huge margin and was geared down at the wire. Congrats to all! That was exciting.

  • ORMA gets the job done at Aqueduct - a maiden no more

    ORMA ( Posse) was hard held against the rail, but when she found room to move out, she cleared the field and held off a closing foe. The time for the 6 furlongs on the turf was 1:09.85. She is another homebred for Song Hill. Lifetime Record: 7-1-0-2, $38,01

  • 2 winners for the Bond Barn

    Courtesy of the TDN:
    5th-Aqueduct, $70,000, (S), Msw, 12-2, 2yo, 6fT, 1:09.18, fm, 3 1/2 lengths.
    SANDRONE (g, 2, Run Away and Hide--Spa Duchess, by Tale of the Cat) completed the exacta in his first three tries, most recently over this track and trip Nov. 4. Adding blinkers this time, the 2-1 shot went straight to the front and never looked back, graduating by 3 1/2 lengths over Bustin Up (Bustin Stones). Spa Duchess produced a Lookin at Lucky filly last year and was most recently bred to that stallion. Lifetime Record: 4-1-0-3, $66,100.
    O-Bond Racing Stable; B-Song Hill Thoroughbreds LLC (NY)

    On the same card RESTLESS SPIRIT (Tapit) raced 1 1/16 on the turf to a win for owner  CJ Thoroughbreds Owner Link. He cam way wide and closed very strongly for the win. This is the 3rd win for the 4year old gelding and he has earned over $80,000.

  • 2 yo FONTINAFREDDA graduates in an Aqueduct MSW

    2 year old FONTINAFREDDA (Stormy Atlantic) has been on the board in her prior 2 races. Today she raced 6 furlongs on the dirt when her race came off the Aqueduct turf. She raced wide throughout in 3rd or 4th and then swung really wide to clear the field for the win. She is a SONG HILL homebred.

  • BRICCO wins his 2nd

    BRICCO (Paddy O'Prado) broke his maiden racing a mile on the turf at Aqueduct. Racing  7 furlongs on the turf at Belmont, he bobbled at the start and bumped during the race, but he cleared the field coming  7wide for the win by a nose. He was foaled and raised at Song Hill and is owned by James Bond Racing. 

    Starts Firsts Seconds Thirds Earnings
    11 2 3 1 $86,521
  • Bond Racing partnerships provide unique ownership opportunities with family feel


    Ashley Miller
    Created: September 22, 2021 11:47 PM

    James and Tina Bond breed, train and own horses here in Saratoga Springs.  During the pandemic, the Bonds came up with partnerships that give every day people ownership opportunities.  Craig Allen has stake in Rinaldi and Giacosa, both of whom have wins at the Saratoga Race Course.  

  • Will's Way Remembered

    Will's Way is remembered for his Travers Win and Whitney Win and his personality.  Jim Bond remembers Will's Way as probably the best horse he will ever train.  "He had so muich talent.  He was unbelievable."  Will's Way loved Saratoga where he captured his graded stake victories.  "What a special horse !!"

  • Rinaldi is just one of many that love running in Saratoga

    SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. – It hadn’t been the most productive string of races for Rinaldi. While the 5-year-old gelding had come close in the last two, he had lost three consecutive starts for the first time in his career. But then the H. James Bond trainee had never run his best at the downstate tracks, where he’d made it into the winner’s circle just once in six tries.

  • Partners Finding They Can Bond With the Bonds

    Courtesy of the BloodHorsee

    Given the increasing popularity of racing partnerships, a new venture can struggle to find its niche and stand out in a crowded field of competitors.

    It's certainly not easy, but sometimes a perfect storm of events can create a tremendous opportunity.

    As an example, there's trainer James Bond and his wife, Tina, and their Bond Racing Stable. They faced overwhelming adversity last year during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet through some wise business decisions and the help of some highly beneficial television advertisements, those dark days ultimately led to the bright reward of prosperity for them and created a platoon of new racehorse owners for the sport.

  • RINALDI wires the field to win the G3 Forbidden Apple at Saratoga

    2nd last out in the Danger's Hour Stakes at Aqueduct, RINALDI (Posse) got loose on his favorite place - the turf course at Saratoga and went on the wire the field for his first grarded win. It was his 5th win with 4 of the 5 at Saratoga. He has earned over $429,000.

  • GIACOSA takes Saratoga AOC

    GIACOSA (Tizway) gets the Bond Barn off to a fast start at Saratoga. She pressed the pace and then cleared for the win by a length going 1 1/16 on the turf. GIOCOSA represents the total Bond/ Song Hill Farm program - breeding, raising, breaking and racing.

    Starts Firsts Seconds Thirds Earnings
    10 3 2 1 $173,090


  • Bond Hoping 'Grinder' Prioritize Can Step Up In Suburban

    Veteran conditioner H. James Bond said he is hoping to see an improved run out of William L. Clifton Jr.'s Prioritize as he stretches back out to a mile and a quarter for Saturday's Grade 2 Suburban at Belmont Park

  • BRICCO graduates at Aqueduct

    BRICCO (Paddy O'Prado) broke his maiden racing a mile on the turf at Aqueduct. He was foaled and  raised at Song Hill and is owned by James Bond Racing. He settled just off the pace and then cleared the field for the win by 2 1/2 lengths.

  • RINALDi checks in 2nd in the Danger's Hour

    Multiple SW RINALDI kept to his front running style and almost got away with it in the Danger's Hour. He held the lead until deep stretch and just could not hold off the closer. The Danger's Hour was the first turf race of NYRA's 2021 season.  Rinaldi was selected by James Bond for his racing stable for $5,000 as a weanling.


    Starts Firsts Seconds Thirds Earnings
    10 4 2 1 $347,490


  • MISTER BOBBY wins race #2

     MISTER BOBBY (Shanghai Bobby) started his career with a win at Saratoga. As a newly turned 5 year old, he was second last out and won today in a starter allowance going 6 furlongs at Aqueduct. He had to fight for the win and he was game.   The  Avanti Stable.homebred has  earned  over $120,000.

  • VITANZA makes it 2 in a row

    VITANZA (Get Stormy) graduated at Aqueduct racing 6 furlongs and found the winner's circle so much to her liking that she won again to make it 2 in a row. . With placings she has earned $65,446. VITANZA is a homebred for the Bonds having been foaled and raised at their Song Hill Farm.

  • Z'FINALE graduates at Aqueduct

    Z'FINALE (Zivo) owned by Thomas Coleman and bred by Irish Hill Century Farm. settled and then came wide and scampered to an almost 9 length win. He raced a mile on the dirt. With his on the board finishes, he has earned $38,208,

  • BRUNATE blows the doors off graduating by 8 1/4 lengths

    When he got ready to win, BRUNATE (Normandy Invasion) did so with dispatch - going to the lead quickly and winning by over 8 lengths. He raced 6 furlongs at Aqueduct. With his on-the-board finishes, he has earned over $58,000.  BRUNATE was foaled, raised, started and is raced by the Bonds.

  • PRINCIPAL DANCER wins race #2

    Racing from just off the pace, the well named PRINCIPAL DANCER (Central Banker x Bun Head) gradually gained position and went on for the win by 1 1/4 going 6 furlongs at Aqueduct. She is owned by R and H Stable and was bred by Stone Bridge Farm, LLC. She has earned $57,045.

  • VITANZA gradates at Aqueduct

    VITANZA (Get Stormy) graduated at Aqueduct racing 6 furlongs. The ground broke out from under her at the start, but she recovered quickly and cleared the field just in time to win by a nose. With placings she has earned $50,046. VITANZA is a homebred for the Bonds having been foaled and raised at their Song Hill Farm.

  • SOMEBODY adds win #4 and makes it 2 in a row

    Racing 6 1/2  furlongs on the dirt at Aqueduct, SOMEBODY (Mineshaft) angled 5 wide to get up for the win by a length and make it 2 in a row. He is owned by the Bond Racing Stable and was bred by  Gary & Mary West Stables, Inc.Lifetime: 18  4  3  1   $117,155

  • NOCTILUCENT wires the field second time out

    Newly turned 3 year old gelding NOCTILUCENT (Honorable Dillon) got the new year off with a bang, wiring the field going 6 furlongs at Aqueduct on the way to graduation in his second start. He is a homebred for Ascendant Farms LLC. His name means night shining clouds.



    Courtesy of Thoroughbredweek.com




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