Winbak News


Read below for the latest on Winbak Achievements and graduates.
Stories are from the leading industry news sources.


Berlin, MD --- On an extremely warm Thursday (July 14) night at Ocean Downs, the 3-year-old Maryland Sire Stakes opened the night with four non-wagering events. Once again a Richard Hans owned/bred/trained Cam’s Rocket trotter left the field in his dust in the colt/gelding trot.


Speed It lived up to his name, setting the stakes record of 2:00.1 for reinsman Jim Morand. Righteous Renegade was second.


The filly trotters were up next and Rock The Game (Cam’s Rocket) with driver Frank Milby in the bike was able to maintain the almost two-length lead over Star Rose at the finish in 2:01.2 for owners Breakaway Racing and breeder Nick Callahan.


Fastestgirlaround (Dontloseyourdayjob) gave driver Frank Milby his second stakes win for the night, taking the filly pace over Mo Power. Brian Callahan trains and co-owns her with Gloria Kinnamon. Time for the mile was 1:59.


The final stake of the night was for colt and gelding pacers. Driver/trainer Jeff Fout guided Steal N Go (Bonnie And Clyde) to the front and held that lead to the wire in 2:01.1 for owner/breeder Winbak Farm. Toms Tae Kwon Do was up for place.


The second prelims for 2-year-olds will be Sunday (July 17) with three non-wagering races and three stakes on the race card.


Ocean Downs will also be hosting a field of eight in the Racing Under Saddle event after race six.The great Golden Receiver will be showcasing the breed by leading the post parade for the RUS event.