WinStar includes Pure Prize, other former Vinery stallions in ‘Breed to Win’ program

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WinStar Farm has added newly-acquired stallions Pure Prize, Kodiak Kowboy and Street Hero to its “Breed to Win” promotion, which will reward supportive breeders with a chance to win a complimentary 2013 breeding season WinStar’s now-15 participating stallions.

The “Breed to Win” drawings ceremony will be held Saturday, Feb. 9th at 11 a.m. at the launch of WinStar’s new state-of-the-art stallion complex in Versailles, and breeders who hold a 2013 contract on one of the participating 15 stallions will be eligible to win.

“The promotion was designed to reward our breeders who support WinStar stallions that stand for a fee of $20,000 or under, so it’s only right to include our three exciting new stallions that meet that qualification,” said Elliott Walden, President & CEO at WinStar. “It is also only right to honor the breeders who signed 2013 contracts for Pure Prize, Kodiak Kowboy and Street Hero prior to the stallions’ transition to WinStar. We are committed to providing the best customer service in the industry, and the idea for the Breed to Win promotion is to show our breeders how much we appreciate them.”

The “Breed to Win” promotion will consist of one complimentary season drawing for each of the 15 WinStar stallions standing for a fee of $20,000 or under, which also include Super Saver, Bellamy Road, Drosselmeyer, Spring At Last, Gemologist, Colonel John, Pioneerof the Nile, Sidney’s Candy, Artie Schiller, Hold Me Back, U S Ranger and Maimonides. Breeders eligible for the 15 drawings will be those who have signed a 2013 contract to one of the correlating 15 stallions by a deadline of Feb. 8th at noon.

For more details and a full list of rules on the 15 free stallion seasons drawings, visit WinStarFarm.com, or contact Gerry Duffy or Chance Timm at 859-873-1612.

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