Nick Lotz, owner of Briarbrooke Farm, checks on his weanling foals after they have been moved out to the pasture. This is the time in their lives when growth and health need to be monitored constantly.
Nick talks with farmhand Larry Tubs about the repairs to the batwing mower, a valuable piece of equipment in maintaining the growth of the grass, keeping it an ideal height for the horses.
At the Fasig-Tipton horse auction in Lexington, Nick watches for his horse to be put on the block.
The Kentucky October Yearling book is a guide to all the yearling horses for sale at the Fasig-Tipton horse auction. Horses at the auction are sold for between a few thousand dollars and a few million.
Nick stands with his neighbor Audrey Reed and friend Brian Graves at the Fasig-Tipton auction as his horse is sold.
At his desk, while taking care of the administrative work of running Briarbrooke Farm, Nick talks with his wife, Betsy Paulding.
Yearlings in their paddock at Briarbrooke Farm enjoy their time roaming around the enclosure in the late morning.
At the Hopewell Museum gallery opening of the retrospective celebrating the work of famed equestrian photographer Tony Leonard, Nick reflects on his time in and around the world of horse racing.