This sweet little guy is by minor stakes winner Admiral Alex, a son of dual Classic winner Afleet Alex. Admiral Alex stands in Maryland at Shamrock Farm alongside Barbados, Nicanor, and Outflanker. The mare, Marzes, is a daughter of Powerscourt, a quality stallion overseas. The mare was a non winner in only two tries. The pedigree on the colt should be a nice one for turf. The colt shows inbreeding to Mr. Prospector (4Sx5S), Seattle Slew(4Sx5D), Nureyev(5Sx5S), Northern Dancer (4Dx5D). The Mr. Prospector comes through sons Afleet and Kingmambo, two influential sons, having sired top racehorses and sires themselves. The Northern Dancer comes through sons Sadler’s Wells, Nureyev, and daughter Dokki, dam of Aptitude. The pedigree also includes influence from Hawkster, Blushing Groom, A.P. Indy, and Alydar. Overall, this colt should be a decent turf runner if he makes it to the track.
This handsome colt is by top stallion Into Mischief. The stallion was a nice racehorse in his day, winning races like the Cashcall Futurity and the Damascus Stakes. The stallion was a sprinter but has sired all types of horses, including Goldencents, Vyjack, and Practical Joke. The mare, Amusingly, won or placed in eight of 27 starts. The colt here is a Spendthirft bred, as B. Wayne Hughes purchased the mare for $45,000 in 2006 and Into Mischief stands at the farm in Lexington. The colt is bred on the exact cross which produced Practical Joke (Into Mischief/Distorted Humor) and Goldencents (Into Mischief/Banker’s Gold). The mare is by Distorted Humor, who is becoming a top broodmare sire, siring the dam of top racehorse Arrogate. The colt shows inbreeding to only Northern Dancer (5Dx5D), through son Danzig and daughter Shahadish. There is additional influence from Northern Dancer through son Storm Bird. There is influence from Mr. Prospector through son Forty Niner (sire of Distorted Humor), as well as Halo, Terlingua (dam of Storm Cat; daughter of Secretariat), Hail to Reason, Affirmed, Seattle Slew (sire of Slew o’ Gold), and Buckpasser. Overall, this colt should be a nice sprinter/miler type on either the dirt or the turf.
This little one is by top stallion Malibu Moon, who stands at Spendthrift Farm in Lexington. Malibu Moon’s race career was cut short but as a stall;ion, has moved up the stallion ranks after siring horses like Declan’s Moon, Life at Ten, Orb, and Carina Mia. Overall, the stallion is a top sire. The mare, Five Star Dream, was a minor stakes winner in her racing days, but as broodmare, has not lived up, siring only one winner. The colt here is inbred closely to Mr. Prospector (3Sx3D), Raise a Native (4Sx4D), Gold Digger (4Sx4D), Native Dancer (5Sx5D), Raise You (5Sx5D), Nashua (5Sx5D), Sequence (5Sx5D). There is the influence from Northern Dancer through son Nijinsky II. There is influence from Secretariat through daughter Weekend Surprise (dam of A.P. Indy), Damascus, Swaps, and Buckpasser. Overall, this colt should be a dirt runner who handles the sprints best.
This sweet little filly is by 2015 Champion American Pharoah. The stallion outran his pedigree and his competition. As for the mare, Full Ransom, she was a graded stakes winner at two, winning the GIII Miesque Stakes at Hollywood Park. She also won an allowance and the listed Kathryn Crosby Stakes at Del Mar. The filly is the first for the mare. The pedigree is an interesting one, as the filly is a complete outcross, meaning there is no inbreeding in the first five generations of the pedigree. There is influence from Mr. Prospector through son Fappiano (5S; sire of Unbridled), Northern Dancer through sons Storm Bird, Vice Regent, and El Gran Senor. The pedigree also includes horses like Seattle Slew, Roberto, In Reality, Cox’s Ridge, and Secretariat (sire of Terlingua and Weekend Surprise). Overall, this filly should be a nice miler type and could likely take to any surface.
This leggy filly is by Commissioner, the last Classic son of A.P. Indy. Commissioner won races like the Hawthorn Gold Cup, Pimlico Special, and Skip Away Stakes (all won at age 4). Commissioner was best at 1-1/8 miles or longer. As a stallion, Commissioner seems like a steal at $7,500 at WinStar Farm. The mare, City Angel, is a daughter of versatile stallion City Zip. The mare never placed better than third in four starts, and is a young broodmare. The filly here should be a Classic-type. Her breeding shows inbreeding to only Buckpasser (5Sx5S). There is influence from Northern Dancer through sons Storm Bird and Magesterial. The filly has influence from Mr. Prospector (through son Carson City), Secretariat (sire of Weekend Surprise and Terlingua), Roberto, Blushing Groom, and Bold Ruler. Overall, this filly should be best as she matures and ages and will do well with distances of a mile or more.
This cute little thing is by top stallion Medaglia d’Oro. The stallion stands at Darley for $150,000 alongside horses like Hard Spun, Bernardini, and Street Sense. Medaglia d’Oro, as a racehorse, won or placed in 15 of 17 starts. He won races like San Felipe, Jim Dandy, Travers, Whitney, and Donn (now the Pegasus World Cup). As a stallion, he has sired horses like Rachel Alexandra, Songbird, Violence, and Plum Pretty. The mare, Dawn Raid, is a daughter of Vindication, an ill-fated son of Seattle Slew who was undefeated in a short racing career. The mare has already produced multiple grade one winner and classic winner Exaggerator. Three of the mare’s offspring has won, and one has not made it to the track. The pedigree on the filly shows inbreeding to Northern Dancer (4Sx5D) and Boldnesian (4Dx5D). The Northern Dancer blood comes through sons Sadler’s Wells and The Minstrel. The Boldnesian blood comes through sons Bold Reasoning (sire of Seattle Slew) and Bold Ruckus (damsire of Dawn Raid). There is additional influence from Strawberry Road (damsire of Vindication), Sir Ivor, Damascus, Hail to Reason, and Raise a Native. Overall, this filly has the makings of a top racehorse. While Dawn Raid has not produced high quality fillies, Medaglia d’Oro moves up his mares and has a record of siring top fillies.
This flashy little one is by Stephanoatsee, a half brother to 2011 Preakness winner Shackleford. The son of A.P. Indy won or placed in 8 of 24 starts, winning his maiden, and allowance, and the Barbaro Stakes. He placed in races such as the Discovery Handicap, Count Fleet Stakes, Strub Stakes. The stallion stands in New York and has his first crop on the ground this year. The breeding on the foal shows inbreeding to to Buckpasser (5Sx4Dx5D) and Northern Dancer (5Dx5D). The Northern Dancer comes through son The Minstrel and daughter Victoria Star. There is influence from Mr. Prospecor as well, through son Fappiano. There is additional influence from Secretariat, Roberto, Clever Trick, and Ribot. The foal is bred on a loosely similar cross as Imperative (Bernardini/Caller I.D.). The foal should have no issue with dirt or two turns.
This little guy is by two-time Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile and multiple graded stakes winner Goldencents, son of top stallion Into Mischief. The stallion won races from 5.5 to 9 furlongs. The mare, Empire Diva, has two of racing age, including a two-year-old of 2017, neither of which have started. The pedigree on the colt shows inbreeding to In Reality (5Dx5D) through Valid Appeal and Image of Reality. There is also inbreeding to Mr. Prospector (5Sx5D) through Forty Niner and Fappiano. There is additional influence from Northern Dancer through sons Storm Bird, Nijinsky II, and El Gran Senor. There is additional influence from Alydar (another son of Raise a Native), Affirmed, Boldnesian, and Tricky Creek. The pedigree of this colt is loosely similar to Takeover Target (Harlan’s Holiday/Empire Maker). Overall, this colt should have no issue with dirt and should be a nice miler type who may be able to longer.
This sweet little girl is by 2014 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Bayern and is apart of the first crop for the Hill n’ Dale stallion. Bayern won races such as the Haskell, Woody Stephens, and Pennsylvania Derby. The stallion also placed in races such as the Awesome Again and the Arkansas Derby, among others. The mare, Evrobi, produced Grade One winner Tell a Kelly, who won the Del Mar Debutante (GI) and placed in two other grade one events. Out of seven total named foals, the mare has three total winners. The pedigree on the filly shows inbreeding to Alydar (4Sx3D), Raise a Native (5Sx4D), Sweet Tooth (5Sx4D), and Storm Bird (5Sx4D). There is influence from Icecapade (1/2 to Ruffian, by Nearctic), Seattle Slew, His Majesty, Mr. Prospector (through Gulch), Never Bend (sire of Courtly Dee), Secretariat (sire of Terlingua), and Key to the Mint. Overall, this filly should be a nice sprinter/miler type who will be precocious and fast on the dirt.
This sweet little guy is by Karakontie, the 2014 Breeders’ Cup Miler winner. Karakontie won races like Qatar Prix Jean Luc Lagardere Grand Criterium (at 2), Prix La Rochette (at 2), Poule d’Essai des Poulains-French Two Thousand Guineas (at 3). The mare is a daughter of Cape Cross who has a two-year-old of 2017. The pedigree on the colt shows inbreeding to only Northern Dancer (5Sx5Dx5D), which comes through sons Sadler’s Wells, Danzig, Storm Bird, and Nureyev (5th gen.). There is additional influence from Secretariat (through Terlingua), Sunday Silence, Mr. Prospector (through son Woodman), Miesque (3rd dam of Karakontie), Courtly Dee (2nd dam of Green Desert), Blushing Groom, and Foolish Pleasure. Overall, this could show have no issue being a turf runner who handles the extended sprints to the classic mile distance best.
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