Parker's Storm Cat, Three Others Sire First Winners

Parker's Storm Cat, a son of Storm Cat, and Mom's Little Guy, by El Prado, were represented by their first winners July 29. Crew Cat, a son of Parker's Storm Cat, won by 6 3/4 lengths. He ran the 5 1/2 furlongs in 1:07.43 at Calder Race Course to win for Never Better Stables. Bred in Florida by M.G. Walsh, he is the second winner from as many foals from the Dayjur mare Yazwa.

Parker's Storm Cat, who is out of the Mr. Prospector mare Macoumba, stands at the Pons family's Country Life Farm near Bel Air, Md. His 2007 fee was $3,000.

Mom's Little Guy's son Ice Cold Cajun won at 5 1/2 furlongs in 1:06.92 at Louisiana Downs for I.L. Lange, Gene Patin, and Gary Johnson. Bred in Louisiana by Jerry Suire, Ice Cold Cajun is the first winner from the winning John's Choice mare Miss Ice Gator.

A stakes winner, Mom's Little Guy, who is out of the Fit to Fight mare Cove Hill Miss, stands at Suire's farm near Maurice, La.

Deputy Wild Cat and Almostashar came through with their first winners July 28. Deputy Wild Cat's daughter Lunacat won by 7 3/4 lengths. He ran the five furlongs in 1:00.20 at Assiniboia Downs to win for Embassy Stable. Bred in Florida by Bruce G. and Jill E. Moriarty, Lunacat is the fourth winner from the winning Greinton mare Luna Nublina.

Deputy Wild Cat (Deputy Minister--Hollywood Wildcat, by Kris S.) stands at Jim and Sheila DiMare's Rising Hill Fam near Ocala, Fla. His 2007 fee was $2,500.

Almostashar's daughter Geretta won at five furlongs in 1:00.66 at Evangeline Downs for Nutmeg Stables at first asking. Bred in Louisiana by Gerard Perron, Geretta is the first winner from the Gold Fever mare Magical Mia.

Almostashar (A.P. Indy--Destination Mir, by Cherokee Colony) stands at Running R Ranch near Opelousas, La. His 2007 fee was $1,750.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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