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Winbak Farm of Maryland is proud to introduce Wearinmysixshooter, p, 2, 1:53f -'21; BT1:52.1f-'21 ($287,826), in 2023. 


“He’s a really cool horse with a high turn of speed,” said Dexter Dunn, driver. “He was very handy with a great attitude, a wonderful horse to be around and always gave his all.”


From limited starts, Wearinmysixshooter was a Pennsylvania Sire Stakes Winner and second in the Metro Pace Final and Pennsylvania Sire Stakes Final. In 11 lifetime starts, he has 3 wins, 3 seconds and 1 third.


“Wearinmysixshooter was super-fast with a strong closing kick and perfect-gaited,” said Tim Tetrick, driver. “He was always a pleasure to drive.”


The Stakes-Winning son of Captaintreacherous is from the maternal family of top stallions including Rockin Image, p, 2, 1:50.4; 3, 1:48.2 ($900,541), Heston Blue Chip, p, 2, 1:50.4f; 3, 1:48f ($1,781,881), and Sunfire Blue Chip, p, 2, 1:52.4f; 3, 1:48.3f ($1,626,773). 


“Wearinmysixshooter, a promising young stallion prospect with a solid maternal family of Millionaires, including Heston Blue Chip, Sunfire Blue Chip and Kissin In The Sand, could be exactly the horse that the Maryland stakes program needs to strengthen itself,” said Jimmy Ladwig, Winbak Farm Yearling Manager. 


Other top performers include Kikikatie, p, 2, 1:51.3s; 3, 1:50.3 ($1,268,463), and Kissin In The Sand, p, 2, 1:50.3; 3, 1:47.4 ($1,741,094).


“Wearinmysixshooter is royally bred on both sides of his family,” said Jack Burke, General Manager. “His maternal family is one of the strongest in racing and his sire, Captaintreacherous, is continually a sire of Champions.”


Wearinmysixshooter will stand for $4,000. Please visit for more information. 


“Winbak Farm is excited about bringing in a well-bred stallion prospect to our main farm in Maryland,” said Burke. “We feel like the addition of Wearinmysixshooter, a great-looking son of Captaintreacherous, will strengthen the breeding program.”


Contact Jack Burke at 410.885.3059 or email for booking information.


“Winbak Farm of Maryland feels that a young promising horse of his caliber is long overdue in the Maryland program,” said Joe Thomson, Winbak Farm Owner. “We thank the connections of Wearinmysixshooter for allowing us to stand him at Winbak Farm of Maryland.”