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Winbak Farm will be giving a $1,000 discount to anybody who books by the end of February to Riverboat King and Village Jove.

Riverboat King, p, 2, 1:54.1; 3,1:50.1; 4,1:48.3 ($1,234,576), is a son of Cam’s Card Shark, out of the No Nukes mare, Why Won’t Ya. He is the sire of 2011 Dan Patch Award Winner, Anndrovette, p, 2, 2:01.4h; 3, 1:52.1s; 4, 1:49.2s -'11($1,325,080) who recently won the 2011 Breeders Crown for Older Pacing Mares. His offspring also includes: Sailing Cruise, p, 2, 1:55.1f; 3, 1:51.3f; 4, 1:50.2f ($612,085) and La Diavla, p, 2, 1:59.1h; 3, 1:55.1s; 1:51.4f($412,480). His 2011 two-year-old crop was led by Memory King, p, 2, 1:53s ($39,100) who was a New York Sire Stakes and New York Late-Closer winner. His offspring average $52,494 per starter.

 Village Jove, p, 2, 1:51.4; 3, 1:49.4 ($284,365), is a son of Cam Fella and a full brother to Village Jiffy, p, 2, 1:53.2f; 3, 1:52.4f; 1:50 ($1,527,683). He is the sire of Grand Circuit winner, Winbak Speed, p, 2, 1:54.4; 3, 1:52.2f; 1:49 ($879,682), New York Sire Stakes winners, Golden Reciever, p, 3, 1:51.4f; 4, 1:48.4 ($653,733), and Winbak Dimensions, p, 2, 1:55.3h; 3, 1:53.2h; 1:50.4f -'11($562,246). His offspring average $60,118 per starter.

Both stallions normally stand for $4,000. All booking questions should be directed to Winbak of New York at (845) 778-5421 or email Find more information (Winbak)