West PointThoroughbreds

West Point Thoroughbreds is a racing syndicate based in New Jersey headed by Terry Finley, who has been involved in the Thoroughbred industry for more than 22 years. 
 
  • West Point's Eclipse set a world-record in 2013 in the Pan American Stakes (G2) at Gulfstream.
  • A graduate of West Point, Finley is a former U.S. Army Airborne Ranger. 
  • He holds an MSBA from Boston University. • He gained hands-on experience working with Thoroughbreds as a teenager and began developing racing partnerships in 1991, starting with a $5,000 claimer at Philadelphia Park. 
  • Among celebrities associated with various partnerships have been Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Chris Therien, Stephen Lewinstein, a part owner of the Boston Celtics, and Tommy Thompson, the former U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary and governor of Wisconsin and advisor to the NTRA. 
  • West Point has campaigned Awesome Again, the Grade 1 winner of $2.8 million; Macho Again, the 2009 Stephen Foster (G1) winner who earned $1.8 million, Flashy Bull, the 2006 Fountain of Youth (G2) runner-up who won the Foster in 2007, and Grade 1-winning Lear’s Princess.