Bred in Kentucky by Brian Kahn and Taylor Made Farm, the colt was bought back for $145,000 by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent, at the 2001 Keeneland September yearling sale. He was one of three horses that shared the fastest clocking of :21 1/5 for a quarter mile in the OBS spring sale's under tack show.Nelson Bunker Hunt was the sale's leading buyer, purchasing 29 horses for $682,700.
Business slumped at the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's spring sale of 2-year-olds in training, which ended its four-day run on Thursday. Compared to a year ago, the gross revenue and average price for the Central Florida auction declined by 15.1% and 13.6%, respectively.OBS reported that 673 horses sold for a gross of $15,332,100 and an average of $22,782. Last year, 685 horses grossed $18,058,600 and averaged $26,363. The median price for both years was $15,000.The top-priced horse on the final day and for the entire sale was a son of Grand Slam that brought $280,000. New Jersey bloodstock agent Buzz Chace, acting on the behalf of West Point Thoroughbreds, purchased the colt from M & H Training and Sales, agent. The colt is the second foal produced from the 10-year-old Strawberry Road mare Stephanie's Road, who finished second or third in three stakes at Emerald Downs in 1997.