Ten horses tied for the fastest furlong breeze of :10 1/5 May 14 at the first of two under tack shows for the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Md.
The sale will be held over two days, May 19-20, starting at 10 a.m. EDT daily. The second and final under-tack show is set for May 15 starting at 8 a.m.
The six colts and four fillies equaling the quickest time of :10 1/5 were:
Hip. No. 14, a bay colt by War Front
colt consigned by Hartley/ De Renzo Thoroughbreds, agent. The youngster is out of the unraced Seeking the Gold mare Wild Festival, who has produced one winner from two to start. The family includes classic winner Creme Fraiche, an earner of $4,024,727; Japanese champion To the Victory
; and grade I winners Dream Deal
, Clear Mandate
, and Strong Mandate
Hip No. 120, a bay Congrats
colt, offered by Breaking Point Farm. The half brother to multiple graded stakes winner Handsome Mike
is out of the winning Smart Strike
mare Classic Strike and from the family of graded stakes winners Court Hostess, Connie's Gift, and Ruby's Reception, and deceased New York sire Gold Token.
Hip. No. 157, a Pollard's Vision
filly named Everything's Lovely, consigned by Eisaman Equine, agent. The chestnut filly is the second foal produced by the winning During
mare Desiderata, who is a half sister to stakes winner Come Fly Away. Other notable family members include multiple graded stakes winner Wicapi and stakes winner and $782,547 earner Frugal Doc.
Hip. No. 166, a dark bay or brown Not For Love colt, offered by Grassroots Training and Sales, agent. His dam is the winning Polish Numbers mare Doolittle, a half sister to grade I winner Her Smile.
Hip. No. 187, a dark bay or brown More Than Ready
filly, consigned by Stephens Thoroughbreds, agent. She is the second foal out of the stakes-winning Montbrook mare Exotic Bloom, who also produced a half sister Stopchargingmaria
, a multiple graded stakes winner. The extended family includes champion Ginger Brew
and good sires Hatchet Man and Stop the Music.
Hip. No. 205, a chestnut Bellamy Road
colt, consigned by Eisaman Equine, agent. He is out of the Stephen Got Even
mare For All We Know, a grade II winner who has produced three winners from as many starters. His grade I-winning second dam, Overall
, also produced multiple stakes winner Hustler.
Hip. No. 236, a chestnut Posse filly, named All Day Alice, offered by Wes Carter. She is out of the stakes-placed Hay Halo mare Hay Allison, who is the dam of two winners from as many to race.
Hip. No. 256, a bay Unbridled's Song
filly, consigned by Eisaman Equine, agent. She is the first foal out of stakes winner Indy's Alexandra, by Flatter
. Other notable family members include grade I winner Romance Is Diane
and multiple graded stakes winner and sire Badge of Silver
Hip. No. 262, a dark bay or brown Cosmonaut
colt, consigned by Bobby Dodd, agent. He out of the winning Irgun mare Irgun's Trial, who is the dam of two winners from four starters.
Hip. No. 289, a bay Unbridled's Song colt, named Bridled Tranz, consigned by Ciaran Dunne's Wavertree Stables, agent. He is the second foal out of the winning Storm Cat mare La Maestranza, a half sister to stakes winner Great War Eagle, who was multiple group-placed in Ireland. The colt's second dam is 1999 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (gr. I) winner Cash Run, a half sister to grade I winner and sire Forestry.
Also at the under tack show, a Latent Heat
filly, to be offered as Hip No. 242 in the Marshall W. Silverman consignment, turned in the fastest quarter-mile time of :21 3/5. The dark bay or brown youngster is the second foal out of the Stormin Fever
mare Hidden Fever, dam of stakes-placed Stormin Wendy. Grade I winner Cat Moves
in a member of the extended family.
For complete results of the first under-tack show, click here