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Art Colony Passes

May 11, 2012:

Winbak Farm is sad to announce the passing of Art Colony, p, 2, 1:51s ($863,750), owned by Tom Hill of Great Britain. With his first crop on the ground, the six-year-old stallion was in the middle of his second breeding season...read on

Winbak's Ontario Stallions Have Arrived

February 3, 2012:

Winbak Farm of Ontario is proud to announce that the stallions on its 2012 roster have all arrived...read on

Art Colony to Winbak Farm In 2011

June 9, 2010:

Winbak Farm of Canada has announced that Art Colony p,2,1:51s ($863,750) will be standing at its Ontario-based farm for the 2011 breeding...read on

Art Colony Retired

April 14, 2010:

Three-time O'Brien Award-winning trainer Casie Coleman has told Trot Insider that Art Colony, the four-year-old son of Artsplace owned by Tom Hill of Great Britain, has been retired...read on

Casie Coleman On Stable Standouts

March 16, 2010:

O'Brien Award winning trainer Casie Coleman is once again loaded with stable stars for the 2010 harness racing campaign, and on today's Trot Radio she provides an update on last year's freshman...read on

Sportswriter Awesome; Art Colony Sidelined

September 7, 2009:

O'Brien Award winner Casie Coleman knows as well as anyone in the industry that with the ups come some downs when it comes to racing horses...read on

Where Is Art Colony?

August 15, 2009:

With harness racing's top three-year-olds in action both north and south of the border this weekend, one of the most consistent colts in the division...read on

Coleman Creating A Masterpiece?

July 10, 2009:

When the hammer fell on Hip No. 382 at the 2007 Lexington Selected Yearling Sale, the usually confident trainer Casie Coleman was a bundle of nerves...read on

Coleman On Art Colony

June 24, 2009:

Trainer Casie Coleman has commented on Art Colony, as the Artsplace colt heads toward the biggest test of his young career. ...read on

Dali, Art Colony Debut In Top Form

June 6, 2009:

Dali chopped out most of the fractions en route to a 1:50 score in his 2009 debut on Saturday night at Mohawk Racetrack in the $35,000 Open Pace...read on

Federal Flex Set To Resurface

May 28, 2009:

Another one of last year’s O’Brien Award winners is scheduled to resurface on Friday morning, but plans could change depending on how much longer Mother Nature feels the need to leave the faucet on...read on

Coleman On Art Colony Qualifier

May 22, 2009:

Art Colony, the 7-1 second choice in Trot Magazine's 2009 Pepsi North America Cup Spring Book, put in his first charted line of the season for trainer Casie Coleman this morning at Mohawk Racetrack. The Artsplace colt was much the best, and Coleman spoke to Trot Insider afterward regarding the mile...read on

Art Colony To Qualify On Friday

May 20, 2009:

Trainer Casie Coleman told Trot Insider her big boy, Art Colony, is right on schedule to make his first qualifier of the season at Mohawk Racetrack on Friday morning...read on

Coleman Talks NA Cup

April 21, 2009:

Two-time O'Brien Award winner Casie Coleman has given Trot Insider an update on the five North America Cup eligibles that she has in her operation...read on

The Return Of The Glamour Boys

February 28, 2009:

Last year’s crop of two-year-old pacing colts saw the likes of Nebupanezzar, Major In Art, Well Said, Dial Or Nodial and Art Colony earn accolades for their serious seasons. With their stakes-filled sophomore campaigns in sight, this group of glamour boys are heading back to work...read on


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