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Royal Mattjesty moves to Winbak Farm of Delaware

November 13, 2020
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World Champion, Royal Mattjesty, p, 2, 1:50.3; 3, 1:50.2s; 1:48.4 ($1,653,367), will be moving to Winbak Farm of Delaware for the 2021 Breeding Season.

“As a yearling, Royal Mattjesty sold for $210,000,” said Garrett Bell, General Manager. “He is a great-looking individual with an outstanding pedigree.”

Royal Mattjesty is the richest living son of Matt’s Scooter (behind only Mach Three, who sired Somebeachsomewhere).

His dam is Lady Hathaway, is a Harness Racing Hall of Fame Inductee. Royal Mattjesty is a full-brother to His Mattjesty, p, 2, 1:52.1f; 3, 1:51s ($1,038,861).
 
Royal Mattjesty is a proven sire of Stakes Winners. His outstanding performers include:
  • Ontario Sire Stakes Gold Winner, Bay Girl, p, 2, 1:52.2s; 3, 1:50s ($576,130) 
  • 41x Winner, Uncle Goodfellow, p, 2, 1:58.3f; 3, 1:53.3f; 1:50.2s ($449,119) 
  • Ontario Grassroots Winner, Pointsman, p, 3, 1:51.2s; 1:50.2f ($436,389) 
  • 49x Winner, Officernagentleman, p, 2, 1:56f; 3, 1:51.3s; 1:50.3f ($405,438) 
  • Slot Cup Final Winner, Royal Outlook, p, 2, 1:52.2s; 1:52f ($390,378) 
  • Ontario Sire Stakes Gold Winner, Action Majesty, p, 2, 1:52.3s; 3, 1:51.1s; 4, 1:50.2s ($333,606) 
“We believe that Royal Mattjesty will provide a great cross for a majority of the broodmares in Delaware,” said Bell. “In fact, when Royal Mattjesty has been bred to Badlands Hanover mares, the offspring have averaged $66,294 in earnings. They are led by Ontario Sire Stakes Gold Winner, Kim’s Royal Day, p, 2, 1:55.2h; 3, 1:51f ($331,648).”
 
Suggested crosses for Royal Mattjesty (based on USTA’s Crosses of Gold) includes mares sired by: Abercrombie, Artsplace, Badlands Hanover, Cam's Card Shark, Grinfromeartoear, Jenna's Beach Boy, Life Sign, Real Artist, Western Hanover and Western Ideal.
 
Royal Mattjesty will stand for $3,500 in 2021. For more information on Royal Mattjesty, please visit www.winbakfarm.com or call 410.885.3059.
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