Greenfield Farm (B. D. Gibbs Farm, LLC) was started by Bruce D. Gibbs in 1992 . A native New Yorker, Bruce did not come from a horse family, but found his passion for horses across the road from his house in Stoneybrook, NY, at the show jumping farm of the de Leyer Family, which was featured in the 2015 film "Harry and the Snowman."
Bruce decided to head to Kentucky where his passion for thorougbreds flourished. Bruce attended the University of Kentucky and received his Bachelors of Science degree in Animal Science and there he met Joe Taylor of Taylor Made Farm. He began working as a nightwatch and later started taking care of Gainesway stallion, Vaguely Noble. Joe Taylor introduced Bruce to Jerre Paxton, where Bruce later went to manage his Northwest Farms, before accepting a position as Manager of Lane's End's Oak Tree Division. There, Bruce was able to be involved with the Niarchos family horses, such as Miesque, her dam Pasadoble, Chimes of Freedom, Coup deGenie, and East of the Moon to name a few.
Bruce started Greenfield Farm with the help of Jerre Paxton and longtime friend and bloodstock agent, Tim McMurray, who have helped build Greenfield to the success that it is today. Although Jerre passed away in 2015, his friendship, legacy and some of his horses remain stronger than ever here at Greenfield Farm, and we will always be indebted to him for his friendship and loyalty to Greenfield Farm.
Bruce runs Greenfield Farm with his wife, Colleen, and their two watchdogs, Laz and Dakota. Bruce has three children, Peter (34), Andrea (32), and Emma (25). The Greenfield Farm Office and Sales Consignment is run by his daughter, Andrea Callanan, and the farm is managed by Georgetown, KY native, and longtime horseman and friend, Keith James.