The Stablemates Racing Syndicate

WinStar believes that the Stablemates Racing Syndicate is a unique and affordable option for thoroughbred ownership at the highest level and we are committed to growing participation in this great industry and lifestyle.

The 2020 draft will comprise 19 exciting fillies and mares containing many familiar names that you may already know – recent MSW winner New Day Dawning, three-time winner Abounding Joy, stakes-placed Caribbean Sea and others from the 2019 syndicate as well as a new member in Grade 2 winner and Kentucky Oaks contestant Coach Rocks. She was purchased by WinStar for $450,000 at the Fasig-Tipton November Sale and is currently in training with Todd Pletcher. Also, you will be introduced to six well-bred two year old fillies by superstar stallions Into Mischief, Kitten’s Joy, and Speightstown to name a few.

In addition to a new roster of fillies in 2020 you will see several other changes, an exclusive web page for syndicate members that will be blog style to offer more communication options and keep all syndicate members in contact, with a larger focus on social media videos and photos. We will also begin a quarterly video meeting with all syndicate members who would like to participate in a Q & A forum format with a WinStar representative. Plus, we will continue syndicate events in various locations where the fillies will be training and racing to allow members full exposure to these great animals and the staff that give them their exceptional care.

We hope you choose to share in the joy and excitement as a WinStar Stablemates Racing Syndicate member.

Please follow the link below for more information 2020 WinStar Stablemates Racing. Please contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions or to request enrollment forms.

New Day Dawning breaks maiden at Gulfstream

Congratulations on culminating the racing season with a big win. New Day Dawning came out of her race well on Saturday and scoped perfectly clean. If you haven’t watched the replay or if you haven’t watched it enough, enjoy again REPLAY. She received a 61 Beyer for her performance which I thought was a little low but considering she was geared down the final 1/16 I would not put too much thought into the figure.

New Day Dawning showed several positive progressions by relaxing and settling into stride then when Irad asked for her to engage and make her move she did so willingly. Again, she showed some greenness down the lane wanting to get out, there is a large video screen at Gulfstream and she was “gawking” around according to Irad, so this may have added to her course. If you watch the head on you will see she did not break with professionalism and will need to improve in this area when encountering winners at the next level. At the 4:00 mark of the replay you get a nice iso shot of New Day Dawning pulling up, this shows another positive. When you watch she shows no signs of distress, ears pricked and full of confidence, all very positive body language. This shows that she took to the whole experience well and enjoyed it, in my opinion she looks pretty proud of herself.

Rodolphe will monitor how she trains over the next several weeks and if she keeps her head in the feed tub. If New Day Dawning shows good energy and puts weight on she will tentatively have her first breeze back in approximately two weeks. We will watch how she breezes and look at races for her in about a month or so, both stakes and allowance options.