Chesapeake City, MD --- For the seventh consecutive season, Winbak Farm will conduct its annual sale of Delaware-sired yearlings at its flagship location in Chesapeake City, Md., on Friday (September 16). In addition, this year seven Pennsylvania-sired colts and fillies will also go under the hammer.
The Winbak sale will boast the largest contingent of Delaware-sired colt and filly trotters and pacers to be sold at one sale in 2011. Winbak will also sell five Pennsylvania-bred colts and two fillies at the venue. The sale begins at 1 p.m.
The 41 Winbak Farm Delaware-sired trotting and pacing breds are eligible to the lucrative Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund stakes program. Purchasers of Winbak-bred yearlings have an additional bonus. All colts and fillies in the sale raised at Winbak Farm of Maryland are also eligible to the lucrative Maryland Standardbred Race Fund events.
Again for the second year, Winbak will sell two miniature horses at the sale. Proceeds go to benefit Union Hospital Breast Cancer Center. Both miniatures have been broken to drive.
The sale features live video streaming and phone bidding. Call Winbak Farm at 410.885.3059 for details. The deadline for this Friday’s phone bidding is Thursday (September 15) at 4 p.m.
For information on Winbak Farm, visit www.winbakfarm.com.
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