Wingsea's last foal, a Twining colt born in 1999, died shortly after birth. She was bred in 1999 and 2000, according to Wimbledon manager Brian O'Rourke, but she failed to get in foal. Wingsea is the only horse owned by Cody at Wimbledon. Cody has not started any horses in his name since 2000, the last year Polar Expedition raced. Hugh Robertson, who trained Polar Expedition, said he has tried to reach Cody, but there was no answer at his former number in Elkhorn, Neb. He said since a divorce, Cody has pretty much "dropped out of the business." At one point he also boarded horses in Illinois.
As for Polar Expedition, he is at a farm owned by Gary and Beth Leverton near Lake Mills, Wis. Robertson originally planned to make the gelding his stable pony, but said "he liked it there and they liked him, so I just left him up there." The gelding, who won the 1994 Jim Beam Stakes (gr. II) and 13 other stakes races, is now used for riding lessons and jumping. Robertson said he might leave a bid on his dam "just to ensure she doesn't go to the killers."