Star Track Stable was started in 1960 and has raced for nearly a half century. The original founder of the Star Track Stable was Estelle Winston whose passion for the racing business has carried over into the fourth generation of the Winston Family. Marshall Winston, her son and Peter Winston her grandson carry on the tradition started by the matriarch of the family racing business with a focus on the New York Breeding Program.
The racing stock commence their racing activities at the New York upstate venue at Finger Lakes, a racetrack where the Winston racing stock has won many stakes races often a multitude of times. The progeny of these homebred races horse families are the backbone of the racing stable. The mares offered for partnership are all half sisters or full sister to stakes winners, a standard that is the very fabric that produces well for Star Track Stable. Within the first generation of the mares are the names and resumes of significant races horses as well as New York bred champions which are prevalent in these pedigrees. Jack Betta Be Rite, a Winston family foundation mare is honored for her achievements as a racehorse and producer at Finger Lakes and Belmont Park with stakes races that are run in her honor.

Star Track Stable distaff families abound with Graded Stakes performance close up in the families are significant runners of Grade One quality to include the legendary Kentucky Derby hero Barbaro, and Saratoga Grade One Stakes winners Circular Quay and Circle of Life.

These distaff families also are sired by significant runners to include Horse of the Year, Multiple Champion and Classic winner, the immortal Spectacular Bid, the number 10 ranked racehorse of the 20th Century; Fit to Fight, the 1984 winner of the Metropolitan Handicap, Suburban Handicap, and Brooklyn Handicap, one of only four horses to win New York’s Handicap Triple Crown the others being Whisk Broom II (1913), Tom Fool (1953 ) and Kelso (1961); Concern winner of the 1994 Breeders’ Cup Classic, and the classic winner of the 1985 English Two Thousand Guineas, Shadeed.

The addition of Peter Fox and Robert Fox to the Star Track Stable Team provides still more New York Racing experience. The Fox Brothers campaigned the 1988 New York Broodmare of the Year, the stakes winning Fifties Galore who accounted for championship awards in 1988 when her progeny Scarlet Ibis and Claramount won two New York Bred Champion Awards each. Racing under Triple Fox Stable, the Fox Brothers were prominent on the New York scene for more than a quarter of a century at the NYRA racetracks.


Group One – Plantation Gal Package – The 2008 Cryptoclearance / Plantation Gal filly and the broodmare Plantation Gal in foal to Jockey Club Gold Cup-G1 and Pacific Classic-G1 winner, Borrego

Group Two – Wicked Angel Package – The 2008 Fast Play / Wicked Angel colt and the Broodmare Wicked Angel

Group Three – Off Your Rocker Package

Group Four – Zenna the Ruler Package – The 2007 Strategic Mission / Zenna the Ruler filly, 2008 Jade Hunter / Zenna the Ruler filly and the broodmare Zenna the Ruler

Group Five – Five Buck Marshall Package The Gold Fever / Off Your Rocker colt, 2005 A. P. Jet / Off Your Rocker filly and the broodmare Off Your Rocker

Group Six – Two 2007 Colt Racing Package – The 2007 colts by Strategic Mission / Jack Betta Be Rite and the Gold Token Mother’s Sacrifice

Group Seven – Two Older Horses Racing Package – Marsh Dawg and Mega Ambassador


CO-Owners are provided with complete individual documentation in the form of a CO-Ownership Contract or Bill of Sale or Management Agreement or all three for each investment

CO-Owners receive full tax benefits of active, non passive ownership

Star Track management has a great many years practical experience

All CO-Owners are licensed and receive full owner privileges at New York racetracks

Expertise is provided at reasonable fees for acquisition and management

Managers provide a full range of personal contacts in all areas of the thoroughbred racing and breeding industry

Extensive pedigree research was done on every racehorse in the group

Current information on racehorses is provided to CO-Owners

Organization and Objectives

The mission of the Star Track Stable is to make available a group of racehorses, pre racing age horses and mares for the purpose of racing at New York Racing Association and Finger Lakes racetracks and other major racetracks. Star Track Stable provides full services from the selection of the racing stock to the formation of the CO-Ownership groups.

Star Track Stable is available to perform all functions to facilitate the CO-Ownership of horses to include, racing management and administration, organizing of CO-Ownership groups, providing information and expertise, providing CO-Ownership contracts and financial management.

CO-Owners as active owners cover the costs of Training Horses, Equine Vitamins, Tack Supplies, Racing Silks, Jockey Insurance, Normal Racing Equipment. American Made can provides or assist in the organization of CO-Owner Administrative Functions, Online Information Distribution and Individualized CO-Ownership Services for a fee in addition to putting the groups together and finding the bloodstock.

Management responsibilities are tailored to suit the individual needs which will be specifically outlined in a CO-Ownership Agreement.

CO-Ownership Investment

Certainly on of the best ways to begin an involvement in Thoroughbred Racehorses is to become an active CO-Owner. This is a far better format for the investor, than joining a racing partnership for a multitude of reasons, with the concept of ACTIVE ownership being one of the most vital considerations. CO-Owners can set up their own business format as a CO-Owner to suit their personal business plan and individual timeline for progress. CO-Owners keep your own records and develop your own level of activity which is all part of being an active owner. With Star Track Stable, you are never considered a passive owner, so you will be able to deduct your related expenses against your ordinary income.

The advantages of sharing the risks inherent in thoroughbred racing, and proceeding at a pace that is personally comfortable from a financial prospective are also significant attractions to the CO-Ownership venue.

Partial ownership of a racehorse will provide you with an excellent opportunity to learn about the thoroughbred business and develop your own expertise and confidence level. You may eventually choose to own your own horses or remain in CO-Ownerships, or do some of both.