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Breedings available to benefit Pacing for the Cure

January 06, 2021

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Pacing For The Cure would like to thank the generous sponsors who have donated breedings for the 2021 Stud Fees For Scooters.  Pacing For The Cure is a 501(C) (3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to help those living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) obtain financial assistance for medical equipment and services to manage this debilitating disease of the central nervous system as well as fund cutting edge MS research.

Jeff and Janine Gesek co-founded Pacing For The Cure in the Spring of 2016 and the idea to start a nonprofit was spurred by an encounter with a yearling pacer named Mr. Bill G. The pacer is the namesake of Jeff’s Father, William Gesek, who was a harness racing fan and owner for many years and lived with multiple sclerosis for over 30 years. He passed away in October 2017.

Donated stallion breedings include:

Badlands Hanover

  • Stands in Delaware for $4,000
  • 2 Breedings have been donated by Badlands Racing LLC

Boston Red Rocks

  • Stands in New York for $4,000
  • Donated by Peter Blood & Rick Berks

Catch The Fire

  • New to Ohio in 2021
  • Stands for $3,500
  • 4 Breedings have been donated by CT Stables LLC

Classic Card Shark

  • Stands in Delaware for $3,500
  • Donated by Winbak Farm

Heston Blue Chip

  • Stands in Pennsylvania for $6,000
  • Donated by Winbak Farm

Jimmy Freight

  • Stands in Ontario for $5,000 CAD
  • Donated by Adriano Sorella

Lost In Time

  • New to Ohio in 2021
  • Stands for $2,000
  • Donated by Andrew Coulter Betts

Royal Mattjesty

  • New to Delaware in 2021
  • Stands for $3,500
  • Donated by Winbak Farm
Well Said
Standing in Ohio for  $5,000 - donated by the Well Said Syndicate 


If you are interested in one of the breedings, please contact Jeff Gesek at jsgesek3@gmail.com or call or text him at 609-354-8992. There is still time to donate breedings to a great cause, please contact Jeff for more information. (Winbak Farm)

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