MAGARi (Tizway) made it 2 in a row in 2019 winning both racing 6 furlongs at Aqueduct.  She is a Song Hill /James Bond homebred. Lifetime: 10 3 1 1 $71,133

    Also going to the winner's circle and graduating from the maiden ranks was LETTERMAN (Hard Spun). He raced inside early and eventually found a three wide position to challenge and clear the field to win by 3 lengths. LETTERMAN is owned by William L. Clifton, Jr. 
    and was bred by Siena Farms LLC.

  • GRAND BANKS dons cap and gown at Aqueduct

    GRAND BANKS (PADDY O'PRADO ) has knocked at the door to the tune of over $115,000, but today was her day and racing justoff the pace, she split horses to get up for the win by 2 3/4 lengths. She raced 1 and 1/16 on the Aqueduct turf. GRAND BANKS is owned by  Thomas Thienel  and was bred by her owner and John Verrino

  • SOMEBODY was SOMEBODY today - he earned his cap and gown

    4-year-old SOMEBODY (Mineshaft) went off the heavy favorite and despite being hit from both sides at the break, he advanced through horses, cleared and got the job done, He raced a mile on the dirt at Aqueduct. SOMEBODY has been on the board quite often and has already earned  William L. Clifton, Jr. over $37,000.


    ZEALOUS ( Tiznow) came 3 wide to get his nose on the wire for the win. He raced a mile at Aqueduct. ZEALOUS has been on the board enough to already have over $108,000 in earnings for his owner William Clifton.

    Also at Aqueduct, MAGARi (TIZWAY) raced 6 furlongs to a win by 1 1/4. She cleared wide and then inched away from the field for her 2nd win. She is a Song Hill /James Bond homebred. She has earned over $55,000.

  • ZABAIONE annexes his 4th

    Racing 1 1/8 at Aqueduct, homebred ZABAIONE led every step of the way to win his 4th race. The veteran gelding has earned just a tick under $200,000 for the Bonds - not to mention NY Breeders' Awards.



  • ARGONNE victoriou in a MSW at Gulfstream

    ARGONNE (c, 4, Tizway-Island Striker, by Smart Strike), actually won a MSW on the grass at Belmont at three but suffered a disqualification. Making his four-year-old debut, he saved ground from the one hole, came off the fence in the stretch and edged to the lead for the victory going 1 1/16 on the Gulfstream grass. The colt was a $260,000 2yo '17 OBSMAR. purchase for owner William L Clifton Jr.

  • LA MANCHE graduates in a MSW at Aqueduct

    Racing 1 1/8  in a MSW on the dirt at Aqueduct, LA MANCHE (English Channel) lept out of the gate, moved to the rail immediately in the lead. He had a tussle with a foe in the stretch but bested that one and went on to win by 2 1/4 lengths. The 3 year old gelding is owned by Sarah and Leon  Lieberman

  • CERRETALTO wins feature allowance at Aqueduct

    Racing in the Aqueduct featured 8th race at 6 furlongs, CERRETALTO added allowance win number 4 to his resume. He chased 4 wide early and then cleared for the win by a length. The Tizway gelding is owned by Bond Racing Stable and was bred and raised at  the Bond's Song Hill Farm. Ultra consistent, he has earned over $161.000.



    QU, 8TH, AOC, $71,488, 3YO/UP, 6F, 11-21.
    8— CERRETALTO, g, 4, Tizway–Riserva, by Dixie Brass. O-Bond Racing Stable, B-Song Hill Thoroughbreds LLC (NY), T-H. James Bond, J-Reylu Gutierrez, $38,500.
  • CATHY NAZ wins at Aqueduct

    Splashing through a miserable track and equally miserable day at Aqueduct, 3-year-old filly CATHY NAZ came around horses and got her nose on the wire first to notch her second win. She is owned by Bond Racing Stable and Edward F.Nasierowski, Jr., E

  • ADORABLE SONG graduates at Aqueduct

    ADORABLE SONG (Freud) was in contention from gate to wire but got her nose on the line for the win - she raced a mile at Aqueduct.  The 3 year old filly is owned by Lanes Mark Racing Stable .

  • PRIORITIZE 3rd in the Hill Prince Stakes (Gr. 2)

    PRIORITIZE (Tizway) adds G2 black-type running third in the $500,000 G2 Hill Prince Stakes at Belmont. Racing 1 1/8 on the inner turf, he tracked the pace and had a late surge to get up for the show position. This summer at Saratoga the 3-year-old gelding stepped up into stakes company for the first time in the $100,000 BETTER TALK NOW S. and ran third.  PRIORITIZE was selected by his trainer as a yearling for owner William Clifton, Jr.and was raised and started at Song Hill Farm. 
    Lifetime Record: 5-2-0-2  and earnings of $143,550,


    James Bond Racing keeps a percentage but we are pleased to have others join us. We have three fillies available and one gelding. We are offering 10% shares in each

    Brezza: '16 f - Tizway Shalaka
    by Lion Heart
    Brovia: '16 f - Tizway out of Princess Dixie,
    by Dixie Brass
    Vitanza: '16 f - Get Stormy out of Gattinara
    by Raffie's Majesty
    Rinaldi: '16 g by Posse out of Dynamite Cocktail
    by Dynaformer

  • PRIORITIZE gains black-type at Saratoga

    PRIORITIZE (Tizway)  was selected by his trainer as a yearling for owner William Clifton, Jr.and was raised and started at Song Hill Farm. Today the 3-year-old gelding stepped up into stakes company in the $100,000 BETTER TALK NOW S. at, Saratoga following his allowance win. He was carried wide throughout the mile race on the inner turf course but came on from behind horses to get up for the show position and ear his first black-type. 
    Lifetime Record: 4-2-0-1 

  • PRIORITIZE scores in allowance at Saratoga

    PRIORITIZE ( Tizway)  was selected by his trainer as a yearling for owner William Clifton, Jr.and was raised and started at Song Hill Farm. Today the 3-year-old gelding was shuffled back early but moved up leaving the backstretch and surged down the stretch to get a neck in front on the wire in a very exciting finish.
    Lifetime Record: 3-2-0-0, $71,550.

  • SPORT graduates in Saratoga

    SPORT (Hard Spun) has been knocking at the door, but waited to graduate where there is the biggest bang for the buck - SARATOGA. Racing 1 1/16 on a yielding turf course, SPORT was off the favorite. He saved ground on the inside early and then swung out and cleared the field for the win. He has earned over $54,000 for owner William L. Clifton. 

  • REPETITIOUS makes it 2 in a row

    In his last start, REPETITIOUS (Giant's Causeway)  went off the favorite and wired the field at Suffolk Downs for the win and his graduation. He raced 7 1/2 furlongs on the grass. Today stretching out to a mile and 70 on the grass at the same venue, he again wired the field and won easily by 3 3/4 lengths to make it 2 in a row,  REPETITIOUS is owned by William Clifton and was bred by Brushwood Stable.

  • MASCARELLO takes allowance - closing on $200,000 in earnings

    MASCARELLO (Langfuhr) was always a lovely smooth mover and he showed his style again winning in allowance company at Finger Lakes. Never far off the pace, he steadied at the turn but continued on for the win by a length. He raced a mile and seventy. Still going strong at 6, MASCARELLA is a homebred for Song Hill Thoroughbreds LLC and Bond Racing. He is closing on $200,000 in earnings.



  • CAVALLOTTO wins his second race

    Song Hill Thoroughbreds homebred CAVALLOTTO (Tizway) added win number 2 to his resume racing 7 furlongs on the dirt at Belmont. He settled behind the leaders after the start and then turning for home swung out and in the last 70 yards wore down the leaders for the score. He has 2 wins and a 3rd in 6 starts so is earning at a 50% clip.

  • RFEPETITIOUS graduates wire to wire

    REPETITIOUS (Giant's Causeway)  was second last out at Gulfstream. Sent to the short meet at Suffolk Downs, he went off the favorite and wired the field for the win and his graduation. He raced 7 1/2 furlongs on the grass. REPETITIOUS is owned by William Clifton and was bred by Brushwood Stable.

  • Another Belmont graduate today

    PRESUMPTUOUS (KY) (Midnight Lute) has already bankrolled over $200,000 with placings in maiden company. Today she graduated with ease drawing off to win by 4 in a MSW at 1 1/16 on the dirt at Belmont. She is owned by longtime client William Clifton. Watch for her in her next condition.

  • MAGARI graduates at Belmont

    MAGARI (Tizway) was 3rd, then 2nd and now 1st - graduating going 6 1/2 furlongs on the dirt at Belmont. She had  rough start and then came wide into position, dropped closer to the rail and then came 4 wide in the stretch to clear the field. She held off closers for the win. The 4-year-old filly is owned by Bond Racing Stable and Gray Riders Stable and was bred by Song Hill Thoroughbreds.

  • Song of Saratoga
    08/31/2017-- New York Breeder Magazine August 2017

    Article of The Bond Family and Song Hill Thoroughbreds

  • Our Way Has His Way in Better Talk Now
    08/30/2016-- Thoroughbred Daily News
  • Better Talk Now Analysis - Our Way

    Saratogian Pinksheet, Written by Michael Veitch


  • Dubai World Cup 1996 Memories
    03/26/2015-- The National Sport

    Dubai World Cup 1996 memories:  H. James Bond, trainer of third-placed L'Carriere

  • A Real Warrior
    12/09/2014-- New York Breeder Magazine December 2014

    Story of L'Carriere written by Steve Haskin in the New York Breeder Magazine December 2014 Issue

  • Tizway's Offspring
    10/26/2014-- The Saratogian

    Article on the excitment of Tizway's Offspring.  We have breeding seasons available for Tizway. If interested in breeding seasons, please click on For Sale Section.

  • Spirit Of Saratoga
    07/03/2012-- Saratogian

    Article written by Paul Post regarding Song Hill Thoroughbreds

  • Ruffino & Tommasi Return Home

    Article in RERUN regarding the return of Ruffino and Tommasi.  See Page 8 & 9.

  • Unbroken Bond

    Article writen by Stephanie Cowser.  How the Bond's brought Tommasi back to Song Hill.

  • Saratoga WarHorse at Song Hill - ESPN Video

    Jim and Tina Bond host Saratoga Warhorse Weekend at Song Hill Thoroughbreds.  




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