Loving what you do for a living certainly improves your odds at succeeding. At least, that was the case for Tim Kegel, a Louisville-based bloodstock agent, who has certainly had his share of success.
- Bay Filly
- Born 2005
- KY -Bred
Polytrack seems to be to the liking of Edward Seltzer's Verdana Bold, as the 3-year-old filly won for the second time in as many starts on the synthetic surface, this time in the $259,300 Selene Stakes (Can-III) May 18 at Woodbine.
Charles Laloggia's Officer Cherrie, the lone graded stakes winner in a field of nine 3-year-old fillies, seems to have an edge in the $250,000 Selene Stakes (Can-III) May 18 at Woodbine.
Even-money choice Officer Cherrie, making her first start around two turns, rallied from just off the pace to capture the $247,000 Mazarine Breeders' Cup (Can-III) at Woodbine for her third consecutive victory Sept. 29.
Although breaking her maiden last time out after moving up in a disqualification, technically, She's the Umpire has never finished first in five career starts. Normally sending a 2-year-old filly out in graded stakes competition would be a lot to ask under those circumstances. However, that did not stop trainer Ian Howard from taking a shot in the $175,000 Mazarine Breeders' Cup Stakes (gr. III) at Woodbine Sept. 29, a 1 1/16-mile event for juvenile fillies.
Trainer Mark Casse, Canada's reigning Sovereign Award conditioner, has the $150,000 Natalma Stakes (Can-III) for 2-year-old fillies well surrounded with four entered Sept. 9 on the Woodbine lawn. His entries include undefeated Lickety Lemon, the 9-5 morning line favorite.
|Trainer||Mark E. Casse|
|Breeder||Mr. & Mrs. Troy Reed|
|Officer Cherrie View Five-Cross Pedigree||Officer||Bertrando|
|St. Helens Shadow|
|Madamascus||Sheikh Albadou (GB)|
|Sale / Hip||Type||Buyer||Consignor||Price|
|Yearling||Nick de Meric, agent||Ballinswood Sales, agent||$70,000|
|Two-year-old||Nick de Meric, agent||($90,000)|
|Two-year-old||Tim Kegel, agent||Nick de Meric, agent||$115,000|
|Broodmare||ITC||Paramount Sales, agent for Charles Laloggia||$235,000|
Prices in parentheses indicate a horse did not sell because it did not meet its reserve price.