The Eddie Woods Ocala Training Center has been in business since 1993.
His approach and philosophy for training and preparing horses for the sales ring and the track have helped Woods establish a reputation for having the horses' best interest in mind.
Woods has now been based in Central Florida for more than 15 years, and has increased his knowledge of the Thoroughbred industry working for fellow horsemen Tony and Joanne Everard. An ability to recognize and evaluate talent has enabled Woods to climb to the upper echelon of the consigning ranks. His knowledge, management and communication skills all have played a role in his success, and he deploys a pragmatic and disciplined approach while working toward a set of well-defined goals.
Most recently, the Woods training program has produced Breeders' Cup winners in 2008 and 2009. Maram captured the inaugural $1 million Juvenile Fillies Turf in 2008, and multiple Grade 1 winner Life Is Sweet was victorious in the $2 million Ladies' Classic in 2009.
The 240-acre operation has 36 paddocks, four barns, 140 plus stalls, a mile track, 7/8-mile turf course and multiple round pens.
Read more about Eddie Woods Stables at http://www.eddiewoods.com/about-us.html