10/02/2015 11:39AM

Fasig-Tipton Midlantic: Hips to watch


Following are horses to watch during the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic fall yearling sale. Horses were selected based on their pedigrees and past auction results of notable family members. Conformation, veterinarian records, and pedigree updates after deadline were not taken into consideration.

Hip No. 12, b. c., Shackleford—Christmas Strike, by Smart Strike, consigned by Charlton, agent.
An extension of the late Edward P. Evans’s vaunted breeding program, this Pennsylvania-bred is a half-brother to stakes winner Double Down Vinman and three stakes-placed runner. He is from the first crop of Shackleford.

Hip No. 71, b. f., Harlan’s Holiday—Go to the Ink, by Crafty Prospector, consigned by CandyLand, agent.
Grade 3-placed Starship Flare is a half-sister to this Kentucky-bred filly, whose extended family includes Grade 2 winner Indian Firewater and Grade 3 winner Four Flings.

Hip No. 129, dk. b. or br. f., Jump Start—Lunar’s Legend, by Polish Numbers, consigned by Northview Stallion Station, agent.
Lunar’s Legend is the dam of six winners from eight foals to race, including stakes winners Amie’s Legend and Celestial Legend, the latter also Grade 3-placed, as well as stakes-placed Legendary Journey. This Maryland-bred filly was a $27,000 weanling purchase at last year’s Fasig-Tipton Midlantic December mixed sale.

Hip No. 154, b. c., Jump Start—Mrs. Vanderbilt, by Citidancer, property of Barbara S. Brown, Bill Reightler, agent.
Bred in Pennsylvania, this colt is a half-brother to three winners from five runners, including Grade 2 winner Dancing Afleet and multiple stakes winner Tujoes.

Hip No. 161, b. f., Street Magician—My Rib, by Partner’s Hero, consigned by Becky Davis Inc., agent.
A full sister to My Magician, the winner of last year’s Maryland Million Lassie Stakes. The Maryland-bred’s extended family includes Grade 1 winners Rose’s Cantina and Fancy Naskra.

Hip No. 176, b. c., Not For Love—Otherwise Perfect, by Lemon Drop Kid, consigned by Becky Davis Inc., agent.
Otherwise Perfect has had four winners from six foals to race, highlighted by stakes winner I Stand Alone, Grade 3-placed Friscan, and stakes-placed Stonebriar. Bred in Maryland, this colt’s page also includes European champion Alleged, Grade 1 winner Taking Risks, and Grade/Group 3 winners Per Quod, Suspect Terrain, and Joes Blazing Aaron.

Hip No. 182, dk. b. or br. c., Not For Love—Parlez, by French Deputy, consigned by Chanceland Farm, agent.
International Star, the winner of this year’s Grade 2 Risen Star Stakes and Grade 2 Louisiana Derby, is a half-brother to this Maryland-bred colt, while stakes winners Fools in Love and D C Dancer are full siblings. He is from the family of Grade 2 winners Halory Hunter and Van Nistelrooy and Grade 3 winners Prory, Brushed Halory, and Key Lory.

Hip No. 204, b. c., Bodemeister—Princess Cecilia, by Sharp Humor, consigned by Candyland, agent.
A Kentucky-bred from the first crop of Bodemeister, this colt is the second foal out of multiple West Virginia stakes winner Princess Cecilia. Grade 3 winner Shkspeare Shaliyah is in the extended family, as are stakes winners Deputiformer, Chief Mistress, and Main Quest.

Hip No. 231, b. c., Bodemeister—Safe Journey, by Flatter, consigned by Dark Hollow Farm, agent.
From the first crop of Bodemeister, this Maryland-bred colt is a half-brother to two winners from as many runners – multiple stakes winner Joy and stakes-placed Combat Diver. Champion sprinter Safely Kept is in his family, as is Grade 2 winner Partner’s Hero and Grade 3 winner Vinceremos.

Hip No. 257, ch. f., Sidney’s Candy—Silent Queen, by King of Kings, Property of Old Chapel Farm.
Grade 3-placed stakes winner Silent Candy is a half-sister on a similar Candy Ride-line cross, and dam Silent Queen has also produced Grade 2-placed Quite a Handful. The Louisiana-bred was a $44,000 weanling purchase at last year’s Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

Hip No. 298, b. f., Uncle Mo—Ten Halos, by Marquetry, consigned by CandyLand, agent.
Grade 3 winner Cinco Charlie is a half-brother to this filly on a similar Indian Charlie-line cross. This Kentucky-bred filly’s extended family includes Grade 2 winners My Pal Charlie and Bwana Charlie, as well as Grade 3 winner Bwana Bull.

Hip No. 343, dk. b. or br. c., Ghostzapper—Aroma de Mujer, by Trippi, property of George Louis Doetsch Jr., Chanceland Farm, agent.
The third foal out of the stakes-winning Trippi mare Aroma de Mujer, whose first foal to the track is a winner. The Kentucky-bred colt is from the family of Grade 3 winner Saint Verre and Grade 2-placed Draw Play.

Hip No. 345, gr. or ro. f., Malibu Moon—Aspenglow, by Lion Hearted, consigned by Candyland, agent.
The second foal out of the Grade 2-placed four-time stakes winner Aspenglow, who hails from the family of Grade 2 winner Dixie Luck and Grade 1-placed Ole Atocha.

Hip No. 397, dk. b. or br. c., Candy Ride—Queen Randi, by Fly So Free, consigned by Marshall W. Silverman, agent.
Queen Randi is the dam of six winners from nine foals to race, including Grade 2 winner and classic-placed Fly Down and Grade 2 winner Seafree.

Hip No. 398, b. c., Harlan’s Holiday—Risk, by Wavering Monarch, consigned by Paramount Sales, agent for Glencrest Farm.
From the final crop of sire Harlan’s Holiday, this colt is a half-brother to Grade 2-placed Dave in Dixie and stakes-placed Risky Trick. Notable relatives include Grade 2 winners Terra Incognita and Nightmare Affair.