This long legged colt is a full brother to champion racehorse Hansen, by Tapit. Hansen was 2011 Champion Juvenile who won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile over Union Rags at odds of 7-1 in his first dirt start. The colt, however, seemed a bit distance limited. The pedigree on the colt here does show inbreeding to Mr. Prospector (4Sx5S), Raise a Native (5Sx4D), Secretariat (5Sx5D), and Northern Dancer (5Sx5D). The influence from Mr. Prospector comes through son Fappiano and daughter Preach, the dam of Pulpit. Northern Dancer influence comes from sons Nijinsky II and Storm Bird. Overall, this colt should be fine on the dirt and around two turns. However, he may be best at the shorter distances, such as a mile.
This leggy little one is by Bernardini, a sire of such runners like Imperative, Cavorting, Stay Thirsty, and Alpha. The mare, Disposablepleasure, was a multiple graded stakes winner (Demoiselle Stakes [G2] and Sixty Sails Handicap [G3]) who also placed in races like the G2 Fair Grounds Oaks, G2 Black Eyed Susan, and the G1 Mother Goose (behind Zo Impressive, defeating Believe You Can). The mare is by 2005 Kentucky Derby winner Giacomo. The pedigree on the colt shows inbreeding to Secretariat (4Sx5D), Boldnesian (5Sx5D), and Buckpasser (5Sx5D). There is influence from Northern Dancer through daughter Northern Fable while Mr. Prospector shows influence through son Fappiano. There is additional influence from Dr. Fager, Spectacular Bid, Holy Bull, Hail to Reason, and Caro. Overall, this pedigree is primed for dirt and to be efficient around two turns.
This strong looking colt is by the sire sensation of 2016, Uncle Mo. The colt sold while in utero for $260,000 to SF Bloodstock at the Keeneland November 2016 sale. The colt is bred along similar lines as Man From Uncle (AUS; Uncle Mo/Danehill Dancer) and Wild At Heart (Indian Charlie/Honor Grades). The mare is a daughter of War Front out of the graded stakes winner Santa Catarina. The colt is bred on a similar cross as the Deja Blue colt bred by Siena Farm this year, who is out out of Purrfectly, the 2nd dam of this mare here. The colt shows inbreeding to Danzig (5Sx3D), Northern Dancer (5Sx4D), and Fappiano (4Dx5D). There is additional influence from Northern Dancer through Storm Bird, Sovereign Dancer, and Far North (5th generation). There is additional influence from Caro, Roberto, and Terlingua, a highly influential daughter of Secretariat. Overall, this colt is likely to be a turf runner who should handle a mile or more easily.
This eventually grey filly is by new Lane’s End stallion Honor Code, who won races such as the Met Mile, the Remsen, and the Whitney. The filly is a half to horses like Gift Box, Special Forces, and Stonetastic. The mare never won a race, but the Unbridled’s Song mares are proving to be amazing broodmares. The pedigree on the filly shows inbreeding to Secretariat (4Sx5S) and Mr. Prospector (4Sx5D). There is additional influence from Northern Dancer from sons Storm Bird and Vice Regent. There is additional influence from Rahy, Gallant Man, Buckpasser, and Boldnesian, and Serena’s Song. the pedigree is a similar cross as Farrell (Malibu Moon/Unbridled’s Song), Super Ninety Nine (Pulpit/Unbridled’s Song), and Shagaf (Bernardini/Unbridled’s Song). Overall, this little girl should be a sprinter type who handles the dirt best.
This sweet little thing is by Breeders’ Cup Sprint champion Midnight Lute and out of multiple stakes winner Top Ten List. The colt has quite a pedigree of sprinting. His dam was a winner up to a mile on the turf while Midnight Lute has the pedigree for distance but was a top sprinter. The pedigree shows inbreeding to Raise a Native (5Sx5D), Nearctic (5Dx5D), and Buena Notte (5Dx5D). Buena Notte is the dam of Come Near (broodmare) and Pot of Gold (broodmare). There is influence from Mr. Prospector in the fifth generation (son of Raise a Native), Northern Dancer through son Vice Regent (fifth generation), and Secretariat, the damsire of Dehere, who is the damsire of Midnight Lute. There is also influence from In Reality, Dr. Fager, and Bold Ruler through Boldnesian. Overall, the colt should be a sprinter type who could handle any surface.
This little one is the second foal for Macho Woman, a daughter of Macho Uno. She RNA’d last year while in foal to Flat Out. This little one here is by Tapiture, who has his first foals in 2017. As it sounds, the stallion is a son of Tapit, the leading stallion in America. Tapiture was a quality racehorse, winning races such as The West Virginia Derby, the Matt Winn, and the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes at age two. The stallion was grade one placed in the Breeders’ Cup Mile, losing to Goldencents in 2014. The pedigree on the foal shows inbreeding to Private Account (4Sx4D), Damascus (5Sx5D), Numbered Account (5Sx5D), and Mr. Prospector (5Sx4Dx5D). There is additional influence from Mr. Prospector through his son Fappiano in the fifth generation. There is Northern Dancer blood as well, through son Nijinsky II. There is additional influence from Tim Tam, Buckpasser, Ta Wee, and Blushing Groom. Overall, this one should be able to handle the two turn distances decently. Also, dirt is likely to be the most preferred surface for this one.
This gorgeous little filly is from the first crop of Mr. Speaker, a regally bred son of Pulpit who stands at Lanes End Farm alongside other top stallions Union Rags, City Zip, and Mineshaft. Mr. Speaker raced from ages 2-4, winning top turf races like the Belmont Derby Invitational (Gr. I), Commonwealth Cup (Gr. II), and the Diana Beach (Gr. III). Mr. Speaker was a Grade Three winner in the Coolmore Lexington Stakes, on dirt. The stallion hails from the strong female family of Personal Ensign. The pedigree on this filly shows inbreeding to Mr. Prospector (4Sx5Sx4Dx5D), Raise a Native (5Sx6Sx5Dx6D), and Gold Digger (5Sx6Sx5Dx6D). There is additional influence from horses like Secretariat (through Terlingua, Weekend Surprise), Northern Dancer (through Storm Bird), Seeking the Gold, Damascus, Hoist the Flag, and Rahy. This filly is bred on a similar cross as El Padrino (Pulpit/Giant’s Causeway) and Cassatt (Tapit/Giant’s Causeway). Overall, this one should be a nice two turn turf runner who may be highly attractive to buyers from all over, if she makes it to the sales.
This strong looking colt by Pioneerof the Nile is out of the top racehorse Joyful Victory, a daughter of Tapit. Joyful Victory won races like the Santa Margarita Stakes (Gr. I), Molly Pitcher Stakes (Gr. II), and the Fantasy Stakes (Gr. II), among others. The mare has a two-year-old of 2017 by Distorted Humor named Chi Omega, who sold for $240,000 as a yearling. Pioneerof the Nile as a racehorse was a versatile one who won on both turf and dirt and placed second in the 2009 Kentucky Derby. As a stallion, Pioneerof the Nile has sired horses like Classic Empire, Jojo Warrior, and American Pharoah, the 2015 Grand Slam winner. The pedigree on the tank of a colt shows inbreeding to Unbridled (3Sx4D), Fappiano (4Sx5D), Gana Facil (4Sx5D), and Mr. Prospector (5Sx5Dx6D). There is additional influence from Raise a Native through sons Mr. Prospector and Alydar, Northern Dancer (through sons Nijinksy II, El Gran Senor), Shenanigans (dam of Icecapade, Ruffian), Seattle Slew, Bold Ruler, and Secretariat. Overall, this colt should be a two turn type on the dirt.
This leggy colt is by four-time grade one winner Tonalist, who has his first foals in 2017 while standing at Lane’s End Farm. Tonalist won the Belmont Stakes, the Cigar Mile, and the Jockey Club Gold Cup twice, two years in a row. The mare, Fly In For The Win, never won and has no foals of racing age. The foal here has quite a bit of inbreeding, but mostly coming from the inbreeding to Pulpit (3Sx3D), which means there is also inbreeding to A.P. Indy (4Sx4D), Preach (4Sx4D), Seattle Slew (5Sx5D), Weekend Surprise (5Sx5D), Mr. Prospector (5Sx6Sx5Dx6D), Narrate (5Sx5D), Unbridled (4Sx4D), Fappiano (5Sx5D), Gana Facil (5Sx5D), and Northern Dancer (5Sx6Sx5D). There is also influence from Buckpasser, His Majesty, and Nijinsky II (son of Northern Dancer). There is quite a bit of stamina in the colt’s pedigree. The colt should handle two turns on the dirt best and should be better with age.
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