Steiner Stock Farm is located in Lima, Ohio just east of Interstate 75. The Steiner family began raising Standardbreds in 1885. They moved the farm to its current location in 1904. The farm includes 200 acres and runs approximately 50 brood mares. The yearlings are sold each year at various yearling sales in and around Ohio.
Dr. and Mrs. David Steiner, owners, continue the family tradition of raising and racing Standardbreds began by his great-grandfather and great-uncle in 1885. Dr. Steiner is a retired orthopedic surgeon from Lima.
Wade Morris manages Steiner Stock Farm. He came to the farm in late 2002. Wade has been involved in the Standardbred industry his whole life, following in his father's foot steps. Wade trained and raced for the public for 11 years before going to work as a second trainer for Bill Herman Stable. He gradually stopped training and began shoeing horses on the Grand Circuit for seven and a half years. Wade managed Shady Dale Farm and Hale Lio Stable in Georgia before coming to Steiner Stock Farm.