05/15/2017 7:25PM

Barretts May sale: Fifteen juveniles tie for fastest furlong at under-tack show

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Fifteen horses breezed an eighth of a mile in 10 1/5 seconds on Monday during the under-tack show for the Barretts May sale of 2-year-olds in training to create a logjam at the top for the fastest time.

The horses breezed over the main track at Del Mar. Following are those 15 juveniles.

• Hip 22, a Shackleford colt out of the stakes-winning Walter Willy mare Miss Nicolie, whose seven winners include stakes winner Repo, who is the dam of Grade 3-placed stakes winner Ann Arbor Eddie. Argentine champion Mach Glory and Grade 3 winner Remote Ruler are in the California-bred's extended family. McCarthy Bloodstock consigns the colt as agent.

• Hip 26, an Unusual Heat filly who is the first foal out of the winning Redattore mare Patriot C H. The California-bred is from the family of Grade 1 winner Cacoethes and Grade 3 winner Lucky J.H. McCarthy Bloodstock consigns as agent.

• Hip 29, a Baryshnikov filly out of the stakes-winning Vision and Verse mare Pinata. Bred in Idaho, the filly is from the family of Grade 2 winner Guadery. Havens Bloodstock Agency consigns the filly as agent.

• Hip 31, a Lucky Pulpit colt out of the stakes-placed Restless Con mare Restless Appeal, whose five winners include Grade 1-placed stakes winner Charming Colleen and stakes winner Restless Youth. The California-bred's extended family includes Panamanian Group 2-placed Brigadier Tom and Grade 3-placed All Hands On Deck. He is consigned by Havens Bloodstock Agency as agent.

• Hip 32, a Shackleford filly out of the stakes-winning Storm and a Half mare Rita Katrina, from the family of stakes winner Matinee Mama and Grade 2-placed Total Assets. Havens Bloodstock Agency consigns the California-bred as agent.

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• Hip 33, a Wilburn colt out of the stakes-placed Sir Cat mare Run Cat Run. The Pennsylvania-bred's extended family features Grade 1 winner First Albert and Grade 3 winner Three Hour Nap. He is consigned by Havens Bloodstock Agency, agent.

• Hip 37, a Pomeroy filly out of the placed Proud Citizen mare Shenandoah Valley, whose three foals to race are all winners, including stakes-placed Scat Means Go. The Virginia-bred is consigned by Havens Bloodstock Agency, agent.

• Hip 44, a Cyclotron colt out of the stakes-placed All Thee Power mare Summer Lite, whose four foals to race are all winners. Bred in California by Victoria Polzin, the colt is from the extended family of stakes winners Anchors Aweigh, Swaps Alibhai, Liberty Hall, Clan Piper, and Bare Dance. He is consigned by Havens Bloodstock agency, agent.

• Hip 55, a Distorted Humor colt out of the winning Storm Cat mare Will Prevail. The extended page includes French Group 1 winner Etoile Montante, U.S. Grade 2 winners Revasser and Starformer, and French Group 3 winner Glaswegian. Kings Equine consigns the colt as agent.

• Hip 57, a first-crop Animal Kingdom colt out of the stakes-placed Dixieland Band mare Bandora. Bred in California, the colt is from the family of Grade 1 winner Love Theway You are; Grade 2 winners Tower of Texas, Street Sounds, and Saint Anddan; Grade/Group 3 winners Luftikus, Ligntning Moon; and Canadian Broodmare of the Year Rare Opportunity. McCarthy Bloodstock consigns as agent.

• Hip 62, a Run Brother Ron filly out of the winning Swiss Yodeler mare Chalet Chanteuse. Grade 2 winner Answer Do and Grade 3 winner Daisy Do are in the California-bred's extended family. Havens Bloodstock Agency consigns her as agent.

• Hip 63, a Tribal Rule filly out of the winning Memo mare Chalk Face. The California-bred filly is a full sister to stakes winner Strong Wind and stakes-placed Tribal Face. McCarthy Bloodstock consigns the filly as agent.

• Hip 70, a Run Away and Hide filly who is the first foal out of the stakes-placed Act of Duty mare Delightful Dawn. She is from the family of Grade 1 winner Captain Squire and is consigned by Havens Bloodstock Agency, agent.

• Hip 84, a Scat Daddy colt out of the stakes-winning Elusive Quality mare Starfish Bay, who has had two winners, both by Tapit. Farther down the page is Grade 2 winner Touch Love and Grade 3 winner Crystal Moment. Kings Equine consigns the colt as agent.

• Hip 87, an Exchange Rate colt out of the German stakes-winning Groom Dancer mare Succession, who is the dam of two winners from four foals to race. Bred in Kentucky by Springland Farm and Prime Bloodstock, the colt's page includes English Group 3 winner Ardkinglass. Kings Equine consigns the colt as agent.

The sale will take place Wednesday at Del Mar beginning at 2 p.m. Pacific.

To view the full results from Monday’s breeze show, click here.