01/12/2007 12:00AM

Chief Seattle second on '06 sire list

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With his graded stakes winners Shillelagh Slew and Seafree leading the way, Chief Seattle finished second among New York sires with progeny earnings for 2006 at $2,790,798.

A 10-year-old son of Triple Crown winner and top sire Seattle Slew, Chief Seattle stands at Empire Stud LLC, in Hudson, N.Y., for a 2007 fee of $5,000, live foal.

Chief Seattle performed well at the highest level in his only campaign, as a 2-year-old of 1999.

He finished second in both the Grade 1 Champagne Stakes and Breeders' Cup Juvenile, finishing ahead of runners such as High Yield, More Than Ready, Dixie Union, Captain Steve, and Traditionally.

Chief Seattle is out of Skatingonthinice, a stakes-winning daughter of Icecapade from the immediate family of multiple stakes winners Gala Lil, Gala Double, and Gala Forecast.

Seafree, winner of the Grade 2 La Canada Stakes and placed in the Grade 1 Santa Margarita Invitational Handicap, has earnings of $273,420. She is out of the Fly So Free mare Queen Randi, and is from Chief Seattle's first crop to race.

Shillelagh Slew, winner of the Sovereign Award as Canada's champion 3-year-old male in 2006, is Chief Seattle's leading money earner at $712,877. He captured the Prince of Wales Stakes, second leg of the Canadian Triple Crown, plus the Canadian and Ontario derbies, both Grade 3 events.

Shillelagh Slew is from the second crop of Chief Seattle.

With three crops to race, Chief Seattle has total progeny earnings of $4,090,512, with five stakes winners and six stakes-placed runners.

Ruthless winner looks promising

The 3-year-old New York-bred filly Golden Dreamer looks to have a bright future in the wake of her impressive score in the open Ruthless Stakes last weekend at Aqueduct.

Taking command of the six-furlong event a few strides out of the gate, Golden Dreamer, a daughter of Malabar Gold, never looked back in a sharp 1:10.26 for the distance.

Owned by Paraneck Stable, Golden Dreamer has won 4 of 5 career starts, with earnings of $119,959.

Bred by Highclere, she is out of West Indian, an unraced daughter of Indian Charlie whose dam, Forever Pals, won the New Jersey Futurity and is a half-sister to the dam of Forever Partners.

Forever Partners, winner of the Colleen Stakes, was second in the Grade 1 Spinaway Stakes.

This productive family also includes O.K. by You, winner of the Grade 1 Sapling Stakes.

$1M colt solid in debut for Biancone

Trainer Patrick Biancone went to $1,050,000 at the 2006 Keeneland April 2-year-olds in training sale to acquire a New York-bred son of Fusaichi Pegasus from the consignment of Sequel Bloodstock (Becky Thomas), agent.

Named Time Squared, the good-looking colt made his debut on Dec. 30 at Santa Anita Park in an open maiden event at 1 1/16 miles and finished second with a late run. Bred by Chester and Mary Broman, he is owned by Fab Oak Stable and partners.

Time Squared is out of Indy Glory, a New York-bred daughter of A.P. Indy campaigned by the Bromans to a victory in the Videogenic Stakes and a second in the Grade 2 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes. Indy Glory is a full sister to Stephen Got Even, winner of the Grade 1 Donn Handicap.

Time Squared's third dam is graded stakes winner Baroness Direct, who is out of stakes winner Avum, a half-sister to champion and good sire Lord Avie.

High Finance a graded earner

New York sire Talk Is Money has a graded stakes performer in High Finance, who finished second in last weekend's Grade 3 Mr. Prospector Handicap at Gulfstream Park.

Talk Is Money, a 9-year-old son of Deputy Minister, stands at Highcliff Farm in Delanson, N.Y., for a fee of $5,000, live foal.

Winner of the Miracle Wood Stakes and placed in the Grade 3 Flamingo Stakes during his career, Talk Is Money is out of the Gone West mare Isle Go West, who is a half-sister to Hopeful Stakes winner and top sire Hennessy. This family includes Belmont Stakes winner Editor's Note and Pearl City, winner of the Grade 1 Ballerina Handicap at Saratoga.

The 4-year-old High Finance is a member of Talk Is Money's first crop to race. His effort in the Mr. Prospector sent his career earnings to $139,850.