This strong looking filly is by Flatter, a son of A.P. Indy and a full brother to Congrats. As a stallion, Flatter has sired horses like Flat Out, Upstart, Taris, and Kobe’s Back. The mare, Alert Cat, is a daughter of Empire Maker, who has proven to be an effective brodmare sire, having 537 named foals out of his daughters, with 182 (34%) being winners. The pedigree of the cross shows inbreeding to Mr. Prospector (3Sx5D), Secretariat (4Sx5D), and Northern Dancer (4Sx5Dx5D). Mr. Prospector is the sire of Fappiano, the grandsire of Empire Maker and Praise, the dam of Flatter. Northern Dancer sired Wild Applause, the dam of Praise, El Gran Senor, the broodmare sire of Empire Maker, and Storm Bird, sire of Storm Cat. There is also influence from Seattle Slew, sire of A.P. Indy, Buckpasser, In Reality, and Caro. Overall, this filly should have no issue with dirt or turf, and should handle the longer sprints to over a mile effectively.
This gorgeous filly is by top two-year-old Daredevil, who won the Grade One Champagne. The filly is out of the Stormin Fever mare, Rough Water, who won two of her nine starts and finished on the board in six of those nine starts. Rough Water has produced some winners, but nothing major. The pedigree on this filly shows a great amount of inbreeding, including Mr. Prospector (4Sx5Sx4D), Raise a Native (5Sx5D), Gold Digger (5Sx5D), Halo (4Sx5S), Hail to Reason (5Sx5D), and Northern Dancer (5Sx5D). The Mr. Prospector comes through sons Gulch, Woodman, and Forty Niner. The Halo comes through sons Sunny’s Halo and Southern Image. Northern Dancer sired Northern Sea (dam of Southern Halo) and Storm Bird. The filly is bred along a similar cross as Verrazano (More Than Ready/Giant’s Causeway). Overall, this filly should be a sprinter type who enjoys the dirt but could possibly be a grass type.
This gorgeous foal is by Tiznow, the only two-time Breeders’ Cup Classic winner, and sire of horses like Well Armed (2009 Dubai World Cup), Tourist (2016 Breeders’ Cup Mile winner), and Colonel John (2008 Travers winner), among others. The mare was a $400,000 yearling but never raced. The mare, while unraced, is a daughter of Medaglia d’Oro and Tap Your Heels. Rubies are Red is a half sister to leading sire Tapit. The foal is bred on a similar cross as Prado’s Way (Tizway/El Prado). There is inbreeding to In Reality (4Sx5D), Foggy Note (4Sx5D), and Northern Dancer (5Sx5Sx5Dx5D). The In Reality/Foggy Note combo produced the mare Moon Glitter, the 4th dam of this foal, and Relaunch, sire of Cee’s Tizzy. The Northern Dancer line comes through sons Lyphard, Nice Dancer, Sadler’s Wells, and Nijinsky II. There is additional influence from Mr. Prospector through Fappiano. Overall, this foal should have no issue on the dirt, possibly turf, and two-turns should be easily within reach for this long legged foal.
This thick looking colt is by Graydar, an Unbridled’s Song stallion standing at Taylor Made Farm. As a racehorse, Graydar won the Donn Handicap, the Kelso, and the New Orleans Handicap. The stallion has two-year-olds of 2017 for his first crop. The mare, Haunted Heroine, is a half to Celestine, a multiple graded stakes winner, including the Grade One Just a Game, Grade Two Honey Fox, and the listed Sands Springs Stakes. Haunted Heroine was a multiple stakes winner on the turf. The foal is bred along a similar cross as Will Take Charge (Unbridled’s Song/Dehere), Majestic Harbor (Rockport Harbor/French Deputy), and Tara’s Tango (Unbridled’s Song/French Deputy). There is inbreeding to Dehere (3Sx4D), Deputy Minister (4Sx5D), Sister Dot (4Sx5D), Vice Regent (5Sx5D), Mint Copy (5Sx5D), and Mr. Prospector (5Sx5S). The Mr. Prospector comes through Fappiano and Conquistador Cielo. There is additional influence from Blushing Groom, In Relaiyt, Dixieland Band (son of Northern Dancer), Carom and Wavering Monarch. Overall, this colt should have no issue with any surface, but might favor turf, and should handle the extended sprints or mile distances best.
This little one by Liam’s Map is out of the Divergent View, a daughter of Congrats. Liam’s Map was a record breaking son of Unbridled’s Song who won the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile and Woodward Stakes. The mare was multiple stakes placed, but did best in allowance ranks, sprinting on the dirt. The filly here shows inbreeding to Mr. Prospector (5Sx6Sx4Dx5D) and Forty Niner (5Sx4D). There is influence from Northern Dancer, Valid Appeal, Ta Wee, Damascus, Secretariat, and Codex. The filly is bred along a similar cross as Dunkirk (Unbridled’s Song/A.P. Indy), Ravi’s Song (Unbridled’s Song/A.P. Indy), and I’m Bountoscore (Even the Score/A.P. Indy). Overall, the pedigree on this filly should help her extend to 7 furlongs or more on the dirt. She should be precocious and get better as she ages.
This gorgeous filly is by Distorted Humor, a quality miler in his racing days, and an even better sire. Distorted Humor has sired horses like Drosselmeyer (2010 Belmont Stakes & 2011 Breeder’s Cup Classic), Funny Cide (2003 Kentucky Derby & Preakness winner), and Flower Alley (2005 Travers). The mare, Heavenly Summer, is a daughter of Summer Bird, was not a quality racehorse, but is a young broodmare with plenty of quality. The filly is inbred to Storm Bird (5Dx5D) and Blushing Groom (5Dx5D). There is influence from Northern Dancer through Storm Bird, Vice Regent, and Danzig. There is Mr. Prospector blood through grandsons Distorted Humor and Unbridled. There is additional influence from Alysheba, Ribot, and Hail to Reason. The filly should have no issue being a two-turn dirt runner, so long as she makes it to the track.
This WinStar homebred is by Commissioner, a son from the final crop of A.P. Indy and out of Awesome Humor, a daughter of Distorted Humor. Commissioner was second in the 2014 Belmont Stakes to Tonalist but matured best at age four, winning the Pimlico Special, the Hawthorne Gold Cup, and the Skip Away. The mare was never worse than fourth in her career, and won races such as GIII Debutante, GII Adirondack, GI Spinaway, and GIII Indiana Breeders’ Cup Oaks. The pedigree on this filly shows inbreeding to only Buckpasser (5Sx5S). There is influence from Northern Dancer through Vice Regent and Danzig. There is also Mr. Prospector blood through Forty Niner (sire of Distorted Humor). There is additional influence from Roberto, Seattle Slew, Dr. Blum, Cox’s Ridge, and Angle Light (winner of the 1973 Wood Memorial over Sham and Secretariat). The pedigree on the filly is similar to Stanford (Malibu Moon/Distorted Humor) and Jacaranda (Congrats/Distorted Humor). The filly should have no issue getting two turns on the dirt.
This strong looking colt is by 2014 Belmont Stakes runner up Commissioner. Commissioner is from the final crop of A. P. Indy. The stallion stands at WinStar Farm for a mere $7,500. The mare, Bide a Wee Island, is a young mare by Sligo Bay. Sligo Bay is a young broodmare sire, having only 48 dams with 104 named foals. Of those 104, 56 are runners (54%), and 37 winners (36%). The mare was only a winner once, sprinting on the all weather surface at Woodbine. The pedigree on the colt shows only inbreeding to Buckpasser (5Sx5S). There is influence from Northern Dancer through sons Vice Regent, Sadler’s Wells, and Storm Bird. There is some influence from Mr. Prospector through a single strain of Fappiano. There is additional influence from Blushing Groom, Halo, Secretariat (through Weekend Surprise and Terlingua), Bold Reasoning, Roberto, and Dr. Blum. The pedigree on the colt is similar to Rachel’s Valentina (Bernardini/Medaglia d’Oro) and Music Note (A.P. Indy/Sadler’s Wells). The colt should have no issue with the dirt, but could possibly wind up on the turf at some point. Either way, he should be effective at 7-9 furlongs.
This eventually grey colt is by Classic-placed Revolutionary, a son of the late War Pass. The pedigree on Revolutionary alone is impeccable. The son of War Pass is out of Runup the Colors, an A.P. Indy daughter who is half to Prospector’s Delite, producer of both Mineshaft, Rock Slide, and Tomisue’s Delight. Tomisue’s Delight produced Mr. Sidney, a son of Storm Cat. The mare, Funny Mood (ARG), was a seven time winner in 32 starts. However, the pedigree on this strong looking colt is another nice one who could be any type. There is only inbreeding to Hoist the Flag (4Sx5S). There is influence from Blushing Groom, Mr. Prospector (through daughter Vue, dam of War Pass), Seattle Slew, Northern Dancer (through son Northern Jove), Dr. Fager, Buckpasser, and Native Dancer. Overall, this colt should be one who gets better with age and distance.
This athletic looking filly is by Speightstown, sire of 1 champion, 36 graded blacktype winners, and 80 blacktype winners. In his stallion career, Speightstown has sired Tamarkuz, Golden Ticket, Haynesfield, and Force the Pass. The stallion entered stud in 2005 after blossoming at age 6, winning the Breeders’ Cup Sprint, Churchill Downs Handicap, and multiple other starts, leading him to be named Eclipse Award Champion Sprinter. The mare, Heatherdoesntbluff, was a one time winner in seven starts. As a broodmare, she produced multiple stakes winners, including Killer Graces (2011 Gr. 1 Hollywood Starlet, multiple other stakes) and Chocolate Ride (MGSW on the turf). This filly here is bred along a similar cross as Island Bound (Speightstown/A.P. Indy) and Bajan (Speightstown/Aptitude). The filly does have inbreeding to Secretariat (4Sx5Sx5D) through daughters Terlingua, Weekend Surprise, and Secrettame, and inbreeding to Bold Ruler (5Sx5S) through sons Secretariat and Chieftain. Overall, this filly should be a nice runner who could handle dirt or turf and able to extend around two turns.
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