Fillies by Flashy Bull and Kafwain were among the standouts April 3 during the under-tack show for the Fasig-Tipton Texas sale of 2-year-olds in training. They each worked an eighth of a mile in :10 1/5, which was the fastest time for the distance, at Lone Star Park.
Consigned by Twin Oaks Training Center, agent, the Flashy Bull filly is a member of her sire’s first crop. The gray or roan juvenile also is the first foal out of the winning High Yield mare Destiny’s Yield, who is a half sister to stakes winner Brush Over (by Broad Brush); the winner Worry Not (by Concern), who is the dam of grade III winner Sir Greeley (by Mr. Greeley); and Monochrome (by Broad Brush), the dam of added-money winner Sumacha’hot (by Mojave Moon).
Consigned by Pike Racing, agent, the bay Kafwain filly is out of the stakes-placed winner Upside (by Unaccounted For), and is a half sister to added-money winner Red Lead (by Red Bullet).
A Leestown filly was the quickest at a quarter-mile, covering the distance in :22 4/5. Consigned by Bobby Dodd, agent, the dark bay or brown juvenile is out of stakes winner Chic Anita (by Regal Search) and is a half sister to the stakes-placed winner Our Lady Chapel (by Chapel Royal).
Strawberrysgood was the only worker at three furlongs, posting a time of :37 1/5. Consigned by Trophy Club Training Center, agent, she is by Got the Goods and is a member of her sire’s first crop. The dark bay or brown juvenile is the first foal out of the winning West by West mare Strawberry Soda.
The Fasig-Tipton auction will be held April 5 at Lone Star. Selling will begin at 10 a.m. CDT.