- 2018 SALE DATES -
Sept. 9th
Oct. 2nd-6th

Oct. 13th-14th
Nov. 5th-7th

Nov. 8th-9th
2018 Wins

2018 Earnings
(as of 3/22/18)
Click area to view benefits & stallions

News and Insight On Winbak Farm

Read below for the latest on Winbak Achievements and graduates. Stories are from the leading industry news sources.

Golden Receiver, Alex Mattosie fire opening shots in Four Leaf Clover Series

Saturday, March 06, 2010  By: USTA


East Rutherford, NJ --- Golden Receiver prevailed by a neck over Lisagain after a lengthy battle in the $25,000 opening leg of the Four Leaf Clover Series Saturday night at Meadowlands Racetrack.

Golden Receiver fired to the front in a :26.4 opening quarter and matched strides with Lisagain through middle fractions of :57 and 1:24.1 before edging away in the final strides.  Driven by Andy Miller, Golden Receive posted a final quarter of :27 flat toward a 1:51.4 clocking.  Sent off as the 8-5 second choice, he paid $5.20.  It was three lengths back to 6-5 favorite Pacinello, who never left the pylons.


Golden Receiver, trained by Mark Harder, improved his record to 16 wins in 40 career starts.  The 5-year-old son of Village Jove-Royal Gold is owned by Stable 45, Richard Taylor, Stephen Springer and Nina Simmonds.

Earlier in the night, Alexie Mattosie turned in a game, front-end performance to win the first of the two Four Leaf Clover divisions over Pangiorno in 1:50.3.  Livefreeordiehard, the overwhelming 3-5 betting choice, faded to third after challenging the winner through the backstretch. 


Alexie Mattosie paid $14.80 as he posted his first victory in eight starts this season. 


Anthony Montini trains the 4-year-old son of No Pan Intended-Dame Crombie for Donald Lindsey, Paul Kleinpaste, William Alempijevic and Dennis Mavrin.

The Four Leaf Clover Series continues with a second leg on March 13 and concludes with a $132,000 (est.) final on March 20.

News archives: