UPDATE: The MSOA thanks all of the bidders in this year’s auction. The Artspeak breeding sold for $4,600 to William Wiggins, and the Winning Mister breeding went to Gillock Racing for $3,300.
The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association is pleased to announce that Hanover Shoe Farms and Winning Key Farms have donated breedings that are now being auctioned to benefit the MSOA’s Collegiate Scholarship fund.
Hanover Shoe Farms has donated a breeding to Artspeak, and Winning Key Farms has donated a breeding to Winning Mister.
“Both Hanover and Bob Key have been regular supporters of our collegiate scholarship program,” said MSOA President Rich Gillock. “We are very happy that both have made donations once again this season. We hope that breeders will support everyone’s efforts by bidding.”
Artspeak banked over $1.6 million in his racing career and was the 2-year-old Pacer of the Year in 2014. This is his first season at stud. He stands at Hanover Shoe Farms for a fee of $5,000.
World Champion Winning Mister earned $1.1 million in his career, and his oldest foals were 2-year-olds in 2016. He stands at Lindwood Farm in Greensburg, Pennsylvania for a fee of $6,000.
The breedings are listed on the auction site Ongait.com. Bidding is currently open and will end on Friday, March 24 at 2PM.