Bill HarriganBill Harrigan

Bill Harrigan has been working with thoroughbred racehorses for over thirty years. After working for David Whitely on the racetrack before and after graduating from Northeast Missouri State University, he made his way to Kentucky and started working for John Bell’s Jonabell Farm. From there he managed Jim Eigel’s Rosemont Farm in Lexington for 3 years, and Fares Farm in Lexington for 7 years, followed by King Ranch in Lexington for 2 years. In 1996 he bought part of David’s Farm in Georgetown and named it Miacomet Farm. At Miacomet Farm, Bill developed a breaking and training program which has turned out over 20 Grade 1 winners, a state of the art layup and rehab program, as well as a sales farm which sells yearlings, weanlings, broodmares as well as 2 year olds in training. Bloodstock services include sales representation, buying or selling.


Jill HarriganJill Harrigan

Jill Harrigan has been involved in the thoroughbred world since 1997.  Having worked for Bloodstock Research, The Jockey Club and eventually auction sales, has given her insight into many facets of the sport, both domestically and internationally.  Working for top sales consignors has enriched her service to clients and her organization of large consignments of thoroughbreds. Proud of Miacomet Farm and the beauty it holds and sharing it with Bill and their children.


Katy BuchignaniKaty Buchignani

Katy has worked in the Thoroughbred Industry since moving from Indiana to Kentucky in 1984. She worked with Bill at King Ranch in Lexington and then with him when he started Miacomet Farm in 1992. She then took some time off to raise her family. In 2007 she was thrilled to come back to work at Miacomet Farm. She serves as the Office Manager and takes care of the monthly billing statements, payroll, bookings, herd health records, registrations and sales entries.


Mark McEnteeMark McEntee

Born in Ireland in 1969 into a racing family. Son of former champion jockey Phil McEntee. Educated at Maynooth College and graduated the Farm Management and Equine Biology Diploma Course at the English National Stud in 1989. Worked for trainers Sir Mark Prescott and Luca Cumani, before traveling to the states in 1991 with Christophe Clement as his Assistant Trainer. Mark trained in Florida publicly from 1996 to 1998 before joining the Miacomet Farm team as Farm Manager. Mark also does some bloodstock work for outside clients and successful purchases include 2010 G1 Winners Victor’s Cry and Tax Ruling. Mark has been a board member of the Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers Club since 2006 and was President in 2010.