Västerbo stuteri kontrollerar 2 shares i Six Pack, som nu byter stat i USA
Six Pack to stand stud in New York in 2024
For immediate release: Deo Volente Farms has decided that it is in the best long-term interest
of Six Pack to stand stud in New York at Winbak Farm beginning with the 2024 breeding season.
Ake and Sarah Svandstedt and their team gets all the credit for Six Pack’s racing career with
notable victories (as he accumulated close to $2 million in career earnings) including:
The Stanley Dancer (1:50.0) World Record
The Kentucky Futurity (1:49.1) World Record
The Allerage Open Trot as a 4-year-old (1:49.2) World Record
The Yonkers Trot
The Empire Breeders Classic
The Matron, and
Several Divisions of the New York Sire Stakes as a 2-year-old and 3-year-old
Six Pack was named the Dan Patch 3-year-old Trotting Colt of the Year in 2018.
Jack Burke, General Manager of Winbak Farm said, “Winbak Farm of New York is excited to
partner with Deo Volente in standing multiple New York Sire Stakes winner and Empire Breeders
Crown winner, Six Pack. His World Record speed and ability to win on any size track will make his
offspring a valuable commodity in the lucrative New York program.”
Jeff Gural, an original owner of Six Pack, noted that Six Pack has already achieved success with
only one crop racing (2 yr. olds in 2023). “Not only did he sire Mr. Bluebird T,2,1:53.1m, a
Breeders Crown finalist, but he also was successful on the filly side with the likes of Sunkist
Beauty T,2,1:54.1m $97,750 and Blazing Deo T,2,1:54.4m $91,150. I am sure he will continue to
be successful with both colts and fillies in the future.”
Mike Gulotta, CEO of Deo Volente Farms, stated “whatever is best for any and every stallion that
we represent will dictate our management decisions. I am also happy to partner, once again,
with Winbak Farm”.
Six Pack’s stud fee will be set at $7,500 for the 2024 breeding season. Deo Volente Farms will
remain the Syndicate Manager and will continue to handle all bookings for Six Pack.