09/30/2013 9:26AM

Fasig-Tipton Midlantic fall yearlings: Horses to watch

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Hip No. 60, b. c., by Quality Road—Summer Colony, by Summer Squall, consigned by Paramount Sales, agent
Grade 1 winner Summer Colony has produced two winners from five foals to race, led by stakes winner Summer Laugh. The colt’s family includes champion Still in Love, Grade 1 winners One of a Klein and Gemologist, Grade 2 winner Withallprobability, multiple Grade 3 winner With Ability, and Panamanian Horse of the Year Smart D N A. Green Lantern Stables bred the colt in Kentucky.

Hip No. 201, gr. or ro. f., by Dunkirk—Currency Quest, by Cryptoclearance, consigned by Paramount Sales, agent
A half-sister to multiple Grade 1 winner Elloluv, who herself has become a producer of winners. This filly’s dam, stakes winner Currency Quest, has produced five winners from six foals to race and hails from the family of Grade 3-placed stakes winner Saarlight. The filly was bred in Kentucky by Dermot Joyce and Gabriel Duignan.

Hip No. 221, ch. f., by Malibu Moon—Dundrummin’, by Gone West, property of Audley Farm Equine, Charlton, agent
From the well-respected Virginia breeding program of Audley Farm, this filly is by one of North America’s hottest commercial sires, Malibu Moon. The unraced Gone West mare Dundrummin’ is a producer of three winners from four foals to race and is a full sister to Grade 2 winner and sire Proud Citizen. Canadian Horse of the Year and U.S. champion La Prevoyante is a notable family member.

Hip No. 245, b. f., by Not For Love—Formalities Aside, by Awesome Again, consigned by Becky Davis Inc., agent
This Not For Love filly is from the family of Dubai World Cup winner Well Armed as well as Japanese Horse of the Year Symboli Kris S and Grade 3 winners Witty, Tee Kay, and Patton’s Victory. Bred in Maryland by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowman and Milton Higgins III, she is out of the winning Awesome Again mare Formalities Aside, who has produced four winners from as many foals to race, including stakes winner Awesome Flower.

Hip No. 340, b. f., by Jump Start—Miss Pauline, by Cat Thief, consigned by Paramount Sales, agent
The first foal out of a winning half-sister to Belmont Stakes winner Union Rags, this Pennsylvania-bred filly is the latest extension of the Phyllis Wyeth breeding program that produced Union Rags. Her notable family members include Group/Grade 1 winners Declaration of War and Colonial Affair, Grade 2 winners Terpsichorist and Satans Quick Chick, and Grade 3 winners Pratella and Blue Sky Holiday.