CAMPBELLVILLE, August 9 - It was a milestone night on Friday evening at Mohawk. After driver Jody Jamieson celebrated $100-million in career earnings as a driver in race two, trainer Casie Coleman notched her 2,000th win later on the card in race ten. Coleman’s Beat The Drum got under the wire first in a condition event for driver Scott Zeron in 1:53 to reach the 2,000 win plateau. Coleman, a resident of Cambridge, has been named Canada’s Trainer of the Year five times and has career earnings approaching $45 million as a trainer. “When I first came to Ontario, I never dreamed I’d win 1,000 races lifetime let alone 2,000 at my age,” Coleman said. “It’s pretty surreal to think that my team and I have accomplished this. It’s just a great feeling.” The 33-year-old’s top horses in recent years include North America Cup winner Sportswriter, Breeders Crown winner Betterthancheddar, Little Brown Jug winner Michaels Power, American Ideal, Art Colony, Idyllic and Moving Pictures, just to name a few. by Greg Gangle
Winbak Farm's foaling season begins with the start of the new year. From January to June, Winbak Farm is expected to welcome close to 400 foals. The first to come is always highly anticipated by all of the employees and harness racing associates of the farm.
The Artsplace horse Stonebridge Regal (1:48.2), who has shuttled between Canada and New South Wales and New Zealand for the last three years, is to stand his first harness racing season in Victoria at the Loddon Valley stud, Lockwood, near Bendigo, of one of Australia's leading studmasters John Campbell.
Winbak Farm is sad to announce the passing of Art Colony, p, 2, 1:51s ($762,840), owned by Tom Hill of Great Britain. With his first crop on the ground, the six-year-old harness racing stallion was in the middle of his second breeding season.
Winbak Farm of Ontario is proud to announce that its harness racing stallions on their 2012 roster have all arrived. Winbak Farm will be standing 11 stallions in 2012, including 5 millionaires. We are proud to welcome two new stallions to its lineup this year, along with welcoming back three pacing stallions returning from the southern hemisphere.