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Keith Haag

Partner & Farm Manager

Originally a native of Louisville, Kentucky, Keith moved to Lexington in 2004 to attend the University of Kentucky. His first experience in the Thoroughbred industry occurred during this time when he began working at Maine Chance Farm, a breeding and research farm owned by the University. While an undergrad student, Keith also completed internships at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute as an embryo transfer intern and also for the USDA as an overseas agricultural intern in the Republic of Georgia. Upon graduating from UK in 2009 with a B.S. in Animal Sciences, he worked for a breeding season as a veterinary technician for Dr. Mike Beyer in central Kentucky. Keith moved to Carbondale, Illinois in 2010 to begin a Master’s program in Equine Reproductive Physiology under Dr. Eduardo Gastal at Southern Illinois University. While in graduate school he worked as a research assistant, teaching assistant, and was a proofreader for the international scientific journal Animal Reproduction. He also published eight scientific manuscripts, four of which he was the lead author. After successfully defending his thesis on equine preantral follicle dynamics, Keith received his M.S. in 2012 and moved back to Versailles, Kentucky, where he began working as Broodmare Manager at Richland Hills and has been with the farm since. When Endeavor Farm began. Keith moved into the role of farm manager.  Keith is married to Laura and they both live on the farm with their wonderful pets. 

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