02/27/2015 12:06PM

Fasig-Tipton Florida: Horses to watch

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A Cowboy Cal colt who topped last year’s Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July yearling sale at $550,000, is among the offerings to watch at Fasig-Tipton Florida.

Following are horses to watch at the Fasig-Tipton Florida selected sale of 2-year-olds in training, based on their pedigrees and past auction performance, both their own and by notable family members.

Presale under-tack show performance, conformation, physical characteristics, veterinarian records, and late pedigree updates were not taken into consideration. This list reflects withdrawals from the catalog through Feb. 25.

Hip No. 17, b. c., Awesome Again–Ginger Brew, by Milwaukee Brew, property of Adena Springs.
The third foal out of Ginger Brew, Canada’s champion 3-year-old filly of 2008. Her first foal to race, Classic Brew, is a winner.

Hip No. 19, b. c., Galileo–Glass Slipper, by Danehill, property of Golden Legacy, de Meric Sales, agent.
The only offering by international sire Galileo of the North American select juvenile auction season. The dam is a full sister to Group 1 winner and leading sire Danehill Dancer.

Hip No. 28, dk. b. or br. c., Awesome Again–Holy Blitz, by Holy Bull, consigned by Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds, agent.
Champion female sprinter Judy the Beauty is a half-sister to this colt on an Awesome Again-line cross. The colt brought $400,000 as a yearling.

Hip No. 33, b. f., Tiznow–Kobla Cat, by Tale of the Cat, property of Crupi’s New Castle Farm.
The second foal out of the unraced Kobla Cat, who is a half-sister to multiple Grade 1 winner and popular young sire Quality Road. The page also includes champion Ajina.

Hip No. 40, b. f., Tapit–Livin Lovin, by Birdstone, consigned by Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds, agent.
The second foal out of Grade 3 winner Livin Lovin. By leading commercial sire Tapit, she finished under her reserve as a yearling with a final bid of $325,000.

Hip No. 42, dk. b. or br. c., Street Cry–Magical Ride, by Storm Cat, consigned by Wavertree Stables, agent.
A half-brother to Preakness Stakes runner-up Ride On Curlin. Grade 2-placed Magical Ride is out of Grade 1 winner Victory Ride.

Hip No. 46, b. c., by Street Cry–Million Gift, by Sunday Silence, consigned by Kings Equine, agent.
Multiple Grade 1-winning second dam Maplejinsky is the pivot point for runners such as champion Sky Beauty and Grade 1 winners Violence, Tale of Ekati, Pleasant Home, Point of Entry, and Pine Island. Million Gift has produced foals that sold at auction for $1 million, $800,000, $725,000, $400,000, and $300,000.

Hip No. 55, dk. b. or br. c., Smart Strike–My Miss Storm Cat, by Sea of Secrets, property of Secure Investments.
My Miss Aurelia, the champion 2-year-old filly of 2011, is a full sister to this colt, who finished under his reserve as a yearling with a final bid of $325,000.

Hip No. 59, dk. b. or br. c., Tapit–Ocean Drive, by Belong to Me, property of Golden Legacy, de Meric Sales, agent.
A half-brother to multiple stakes winner West Ocean, out of multiple Grade 3 winner Ocean Drive. He hails from the family of Grade 1 winners Traitor and Peeping Tom, and Grade 2 winners Sun King, Hurricane Bertie, and Allamerican Bertie.

Hip No. 69, b. c., Cowboy Cal–Refugee, by Unaccounted For, property of Northwest Stud.
The 2014 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July yearling sale-topper at $550,000. Grade 1 winners Hoppertunity and Executiveprivilege are half-siblings to this colt.

Hip No. 79, b. f., War Front–Santa Catarina, by Unbridled, consigned by Wavertree Stables, agent.
Her dam, Grade 2 winner and 2003 Kentucky Oaks runner-up Santa Catarina, sold for $4.8 million as a broodmare. This filly has been her most expensive offspring, selling for $600,000 as a yearling.

Hip No. 82, ch. c., Distorted Humor–Satan’s Quick Chick, by Sky Mesa, consigned by Hoby and Layna Kight, agent.
The first foal out of Grade 2 winner Satan’s Quick Chick.

Hip No. 111, b. c., Bernardini–Temporada, by Summer Squall, property of Northwest Stud.
Temporada’s nine winners from 10 foals to race include multiple stakes winners Third Chance and Banner Bill. He was a $400,000 purchase as a yearling.

Hip No. 120, b. c., Tapit–West Coast Swing, by Gone West, property of JSM Equine, Thomas & Casse, agent.
The third foal out of Grade 2-placed stakes winner West Coast Swing, whose first foal, West Coast Girl, sold as a yearling for $725,000. He is one of the newest members of the prestigious Sam-Son Farm line that pivots at the fourth dam, Canadian Hall of Famer No Class.

Hip No. 130, ch, c., Scat Daddy–Alittlebitearly, by Thunder Gulch, property of Crupi’s New Castle Farm.
A half-brother to Breeders’ Cup Classic winner and Horse of the Year finalist Bayern. He brought $450,000 as a yearling.

Hip No. 134, ch. c., Malibu Moon–Atlantic Voyage, by Stormy Atlantic, consigned by Niall Brennan Stables, agent.
The first foal out of Atlantic Voyage, who is a full sister to Grade 1 winner Stormello and Grade 2 winner My Best Brother, and a half-sister to Grade 3 winner Gala Award.

Hip No. 149, gr. or ro. c., Tapit–Conchita, by Cozzene, property of Northwest Stud.
Group 3-placed Music Chart is a half-sister to this colt, whom Northwest Stud secured last year for $650,000.

Hip No. 151, dk. b. or br. c., Medaglia d’Oro–Crisp, by El Corredor, property of Adena Springs.
The second foal out of Grade 1 winner Crisp. Grade 1 winner Whywhywhy can be found on the page.

Hip No. 160, b. f., Uncle Mo–Deputy’s Delight, by French Deputy, consigned by Niall Brennan Stables, agent.
All eight foals to race by Deputy’s Delight are winners, including Canadian champion Delightful Mary and Grade 2 winner Delightful Kiss.

Hip No. 172, dk. b or br. f., Giant’s Causeway–Embur’s Song, by Unbridled’s Song, consigned by Niall Brennan Stables, agent.
Canadian champion Embur’s Song’s first foal. She sold for $290,000 as a yearling.