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Glidemaster to stand at Winbak Farm Ontario

03:02 AM 24 Nov 2013 NZDT
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Glidemaster to stand at Winbak Farm Ontario
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Caledon, Ontario --- Brittany Stallion Management announced Friday that world champion racehorse and sire Glidemaster is being relocated to Winbak Farm of Ontario. Winbak will be assuming managerial duties for the stallion, whose stud fee will remain at $4,000.

Glidemaster becomes the sixth addition to the stallion barn at Winbak of Ontario.

“We’re glad the opportunity presented itself to stand a Horse of the Year and a sire who’s already producing world-class trotters. We’re excited to have him,” said Winbak Farm owner, Joe Thomson.

Thomson added that Winbak will offer its full support of the stallion in terms of breeding mares to him and promoting him.
Glidemaster 2, 1:55.3; 3, 1:51 earned close to $2 million during his racing career. He was a world champion and Triple Crown winner who captured the Hambletonian in stakes record time. He was an overwhelming selection as Horse of the Year in 2006.

“We feel that Ontario has a void in trotting stallions and Glidemaster will help fill it,” said Joe Thomson. “Winbak Farm is optimistic about the sire stakes and grassroots program in Ontario.”

Leading his progeny in 2013 earnings is world champion and two-time Breeders Crown champion, Maven, 2, 1:56f; 3, 1:52.3; 1:51.4h -'13 ($1,420,319). He is also the sire of O’Brien Award Winner, Blue Porsche, 2, 1:54.1s; 3, 1:54s ($638,240), For You Almostfree, 2, Q2:01.1s; 3, 1:56.1s; 1:53s -'13 ($309,146) and PASS Winner, Punxsutawney, 2, 1:56.2f; 3, 1:53.2f -'13 ($300,153). Glidemaster is the sire of 11 who have trotted faster than 1:55.

Call Brittany Farms at 859.873.3878 or visit for more information on Glidemaster.

For more information on Winbak Farm of Ontario, contact 905.838.2145 or visit

Submitted by Winbak Farm

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