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Winbak Farm’s videos for the Harrisburg Select and Mixed Sales are now online.


The videos can be viewed at The sale will be held from November 2 to November 6.


The Select lineup consists of yearlings eligible to the programs in New Jersey, New York, Ontario and Pennsylvania. These yearlings are sired by some of the most proven pacing and trotting stallions in North America.


Pacing sires represented include American Ideal, Art Major, Artiscape, Badlands Hanover, Bettors Delight, Camluck, Cams Card Shark, Delmarvalous, Dragon Again, Mach Three, Ponder, Rocknroll Hanover, Roll With Joe, Shadow Play, Sportswriter, Vintage Master, Well Said, Western Ideal, Western Terror and Yankee Cruiser.


Trotting sires represented include Andover Hall, Angus Hall, Broadway Hall, Cantab Hall, Chapter Seven, Conway Hall, Credit Winner, Donato Hanover, Explosive Matter, Lucky Chucky, Majestic Son, Manofmanymissions, Muscle Hill and Yankee Glide.


Select Sale Lineup Highlights Include:


#97, Devious Man, a Credit Winner half-brother to Vivid Photo, 1:50.2z ($3,275,631)


#797, Phone In, a Vintage Master half-brother to Dial Or Nodial, p, 1:48.3f ($1,700,607)


#803, Toolbox Tuesday, a Broadway Hall half-brother to SJs Caviar, 3, 1:53.4 ($1,288,466)


The mixed sale lineup yearlings are sired by top stallions in Delaware and Pennsylvania. Pacing sires represented include Artzina, Badlands Nitro, Delmarvalous, Dream Away, Roddys Bags Again, Rustler Hanover and Shark Gesture. Trotting sires represented include CR Commando, Giant Hit and Lucky Chucky.


Mixed Sale Lineup Highlights Include:


#1037, Moms Model, a Badlands Nitro half-sister to McCabe Hall, p, 1:51.1f ($556,109)


#1045, Purrfect Liz, a Dream Away half-sister to Purrfect Bags, p, 3, 1:51.2h -'15 ($364,347)


Please visit and click on an individual yearling’s hip number to watch yearling videos. For more information on Winbak Farm yearlings, please call James Ladwig, Winbak Farm’s yearling manager, at 410-885-3059 or email him at