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Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale: five tie for fastest furlong at first breeze show
By Joe Nevills
A quintet of juveniles breezed an eighth of a mile in :10.20 seconds on Wednesday to tie for the fastest time at the distance during the first of two under-tack shows preceding next week’s Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale.
The following horses turned in the fastest one-furlong time during the first breeze show, held at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium.
- Hip No. 15, a Colonel John filly out of the West by West mare Reverence, who is the dam of three winners from as many foals to race. Consigned by Weston Thoroughbreds, agent, the filly’s notable family members include champion Wajima and Grade 2 winner Newsdad.
- Hip No. 35, Quick Nickel, an Indian Charlie filly out of the stakes-placed winning Is It True mare School for Scandal, who is a producer of four winners from five foals to race, including multiple Grade 3 winner Mythical Power. It is the family of Venezuelan Horse of the Year El Gran Cesar and Grade/Group 2 winners Slavic, Twilight Eclipse, and Asiatic Boy, among others. Quick Nickel is consigned by Eisaman Equine, agent.
- Hip No. 57, a Heatseeker filly out of the winning Cape Town mare Six Ribbons, whose two winners from as many foals to race includes stakes winner Prayforthesoldiers. Consigned by Eisaman Equine, agent, the filly also comes from the family of champion Benny the Bull, Canadian champion Blue Finn, and Grade 1 winner and prominent sire Fappiano, among many other stakes winners.
- Hip No. 79, a Bernardini colt, who is the second foal out of the Street Cry mare Street of Peace. The colt, consigned by McKathan Bros., agent, is from the family of Grade 2 winner Hamoody and Grade 3 winners Ice Tech, Stylish Star, and Brownie Points.
- Hip No. 111, a War Pass filly out of the Grade 3-winning Irish Tower mare Unacceptable, who is the dam of ten winners from 12 foals to race, including stakes-placed winners Karen Sweet, Ms. Glacken, and Freud’s Irish Miss, as well as stakes producers Private Eyes and Sweet Vale, the latter of which is the dam of Grade 3 winner Sterwins. Other notable family members of the filly, consigned by Robert Brewer, agent, include Grade 2 winner Diablo.
The fastest time at two furlongs came from Hip No. 77, a Posse colt, who covered the distance in :21.40 seconds. He is out of the Storm Bird mare Storm Struck, who is the dam of six winners from seven foals to race, including Grade 3-placed winner Paragon Queen and stakes producer Calamity June. Consigned by James Layden, agent, the colt’s page also includes Canadian champions Perfect Soul and Gentleman Conn, Grade 1 winner Flashy Bull, and Grade 2 winner Megan’s Bluff.
The second and final day of the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic under-tack show will begin Thursday at 10 a.m. Eastern. The two-session sale will be held May 20-21 at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sales pavilion, commencing each day at 10 a.m.
To access full results from the first under-tack show, click here.