Artspeak's Book Full, Closed

Published: May 16, 2019 04:22 pm EDT

Winbak Farm of Ontario and the Artspeak Syndicate are proud to jointly announce that Artspeak’s book is full and closed for 2019.

“Artspeak has been very well received in Ontario,” said Pat Woods, Winbak Farm of Ontario manager.

Artspeak (p, 2, 1:50.2s; 3, 1:47.4; $1,770,980), was both the USHWA Dan Patch and O’Brien Two-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year in 2014. At two, he won a Bluegrass Series division, the Governor's Cup, the Metro Pace, a Nassagaweya Stakes division and the New Jersey Sire Stakes final. At three, he won his Breeders Crown elimination, his Max Hempt Memorial elimination, the New Jersey Sire Stakes final, a Simcoe Stakes division and a Tattersalls Stakes division.

Artspeak’s first crop is now two. Artspeak’s first crop and second crops are Pennsylvania-eligible.

“After talking to trainers, the training reports seem to be very good for Artspeak’s two-year-olds,” said Woods.

“We are greatly anticipating Artspeak’s offspring hitting the track in 2019,” said Art Zubrod, Brittany Farm Manager.

Artspeak’s first Ontario crop is being born in 2019.

“Ontario breeders are extremely happy with the conformation and athleticism that the foals are showing,” said Woods. “Several breeders have already booked and bred their mares back to him.”

Any questions about Artspeak should be directed to Winbak of Ontario at 905.838.2145. For additional information on Winbak stallions, visit

(Winbak Farm)