A son of Midnight Lute was among the top performers May 17 during the second and final session of the under tack show for the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic May sale of 2-year-olds in training. He turned in the fastest work at an eighth of a mile, completing the distance in :10 over the track at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Md.
Breaking Point Farm is the consignor of the colt, which is cataloged as Hip No. 311 and is a member of his sire’s first crop. The dark bay or brown juvenile is out of the stakes-winning Cape Canaveral mare Angel Trumpet.
A Sharp Humor filly was the quickest worker at a quarter mile, posting a time of :21 4/5. Cataloged as Hip No. 300, she is consigned by Bobby Dodd, agent.
Produced from the stakes-placed winner A Girl Needs Cash (by Housebuster), the dark bay or brown juvenile is a half sister to the winner Credit Limit (by Bernstein). A Girl Needs Cash is a half sister to grade III winner and stakes producer Careless Heiress (by Runaway Groom).
Three horses tied for the fastest breeze at three furlongs, each turning in a time of :33 4/5. They were a Candy Ride – Wonder Star filly, consigned as Hip No. 293 by Casse Sales, agent for Justin Casse; a Henny Hughes – City College filly, consigned as Hip No. 378 by Lynne Boutte, agent; and a Flashy Bull – Country Marquet filly, consigned as Hip No. 389 by Dodd.
The Fasig-Tipton Midlantic auction is scheduled for May 21-22, with each session beginning at 10 a.m. (EDT).