10/19/2013 11:55AM

Fasig-Tipton Kentucky: Horses to watch in Session One


Hip No. 6, bay colt, by Bluegrass Cat—Quiet Kim, by Real Quiet, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
This colt, bred in Kentucky by WinStar Farm, is a half-brother to Grade 2 winner Fiftyshadesofhay, who is one of two winners from as many foals to race out of Grade 1-placed winner Quiet Kim. Grade 1 winners Snow Ridge and Afleet Express can be found in his family, along with Grade 2 winners Sweetnorthernsaint and Eye of the Tiger and Grade 3 winner Fighting Fantasy.

Hip No. 17, bay filly, by Arch—Raspberry Eggcream, by Time for a Change, Property of Padua Stables, Three Chimneys Sales, agent.
A product of the Kentucky-based Padua Stables breeding program, this filly is out of the Time for a Change mare Raspberry Eggcream, whose eight winners from 11 foals to race include Grade 3 winners Rothko (a full brother), and Electrify, stakes winner Cream Only, and stakes-placed winner Kinsey. Her page also includes Grade 3 winners Redundancy and Kazoo.

Hip No. 109, dark bay or brown filly, by Bernstein--Shy Greeting, by Shy Tom, consigned by Four Star Sales, agent.
This filly's South American-based pedigree has translated well to the Northern Hemisphere. She is a half-sister to Argentine champion Forty Greeta, who herself is the dam of stakes winner Fort Hughes. A sibling to seven winners from eight foals to race, the filly is out of stakes-placed winner Shy Greeting, whose produce also includes Grade 2 winner Honorable Dillon, stakes-placed winner Liquidity Trap, and notable maiden winner Miss Arrangement, who will be offered in the upcoming Fasig-Tipton November sale. Her family also includes Group 1 winners Impression, Murdock, and Greco Tom, as well as Grade/Group 2 winners Good Command and Rivaldo. From the final crop of Bernstein, she was bred in Kentucky by Robert Trussell Jr.

Hip No. 191, dark bay or brown colt, by Indian Charlie—Sweet Minister, by The Prime Minister, consigned by Pauls Mill, agent.
This colt will be one of the last opportunities to buy an Indian Charlie offspring at a North American yearling sale. He is out of the stakes-winning mare Sweet Minister, making him a half-brother to Grade 1 winner Sinister Minister, among the dam’s five winners from seven foals to race. Bred in Kentucky by Marvin Little Jr., the colt is from the family of Grade 3 winner Prospector’s Flag. He brought $95,000 as a weanling at last year’s Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

Hip No. 254, bay filly, by Congrats—Trolley’s Last, by Fusaichi Pegasus, consigned by Woodford Thoroughbreds, agent.
Trolley’s Last is a half-sister to the recently deceased top commercial sire Unbridled’s Song, bred on the same Mr. Prospector-line cross. She is a producer of one foal to race, who has placed twice in three starts this year. Her yearling filly, bred in Florida by consignor Woodford Thoroughbreds, is from the family of Grade/Group 1 winner Seattle Song and Grade/Group 3 winners Lucky Spell and Merlins Charm.