Updated on 09/17/2011 10:49AM

2-year-olds work for OBS

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LEXINGTON, Ky. - A pair of 2-year-old colts by Silver Charm and Two Punch ran an eighth-mile in 10 seconds to top the work tab at Calder in advance of the Feb. 4 Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's select juvenile sale.

The Silver Charm colt, a son of the Storm Bird mare Secret Harbor who will go as Hip No. 108, was the first to stop the clock in 10 seconds. The colt, a half-brother to stakes winner Concealed City, is in the Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds consignment.

Hip No. 114, a son of Two Punch named Move to Strike, posted the same time for the distance. Consigned by M & H Training and Sales, Move to Strike is out of the Storm Cat mare She's Catty.

Five juveniles set the day's fastest time of 21.60 seconds for a quarter-mile work. They were Hip No. 31, a Dixieland Band colt out of Grand Prix (by A. P. Indy); Hip No. 53, a Northern Afleet colt out of Kathcarn (Joanie's Chief); Hip No. 94, a Halos and Horns colt out of stakes-placed Razzmatazz (Fire Dancer); Hip No. 107, a Saint Ballado filly out of the Deputy Minister mare Scottische; and Hip No. 119, a Tale of the Cat-Sixty Queens (Seattle Slew) filly.

OBS will hold a second under-tack show at Calder on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.