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Legal Updates

Plaintiffs filed a lawsuit at the end of December 2016 aimed at preventing Foxfield Racing Association and Tom Dick from selling or developing the Foxfield Property.

Hearing set for August 17, 2018, at 9 am at the Albemarle County Courthouse, Court Square, Charlottesville, VA.

Read the legal filings


History of Foxfield Races

Mariann S. de Tejeda was a resident of Albemarle County for many years and a great benefactress of equestrian sports. Mrs. Tejeda purchased the Foxfield Property in 1973, from the estate of Grover Vandevender, a well-known Virginian horseman, huntsman, and instructor, who had owned a private horse farm on the property, where he taught students to ride.

Learn about the history of Foxfield.


In the press

Several local and regional publications have followed the Foxfield case, including the community interest in preserving the land and race.

Read the published articles

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The Garth Road Preservation Inc, established in 2017, is a 501(c)(3) public charity. Contributions to it are tax deductible to the full extent allowable under the law.

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