08/08/2013 4:30PM

Fasig-Tipton New York-bred preferred sale: Some horses to watch in the sales ring


Note: Horses have been selected based solely on analysis of their catalog pages.

Hip No. 299, b. c., by Freud—Frankly Fran, by D’Accord, consigned by Sequel Stallions New York, agent
A full brother to Grade 1 winner Franny Freud, the colt is out of the winning D’Accord mare Frankly Fran, who has four winners from five foals to race. Bred by Anthony Grey and Steve Yarbrough, the catalog page includes Grade/Group 2 winners Decorated Hero and Whilly.

Hip No. 336, dk. b. or br. f., by Freud—Jaramar Miss, by Risen Star, consigned by Saratoga Glen Farm, agent
Fillies out of the dam Jaramar Miss have done well in their own broodmare careers. Grade 3-placed stakes winner Jaramar Rain is the dam of Grade 2-placed Imperial Council and stakes-placed Minesave, while winner Carson’s Star has produced Grade 3-placed Seven Lively Sins. The yearling filly, bred by Saratoga Glen Farm and Kenneth Ackerman, is a sibling to 10 winners from 11 foals to race, including stakes winner Harbor Mist. Other notable relatives are Grade 1 winners Marlin and Stormello; Grade/Group 2 winners Special Warmth, All Bar One, My Best Brother, and Just Rushing; and Grade/Group 3 winners Reserve Your Heart and The Pamplemousse.

Hip No. 339, ch. f., by Malibu Moon—Jessica’s Halo, by Jolie’s Halo, consigned by Denali Stud, agent
Grade 1 winner Jessica Is Back is a half-sister to this filly, who is out of the winning Jolie’s Halo mare Jessica’s Halo. The dam has produced seven winners from eight foals to race, including multiple stakes winner Super Danny. Bred by Joseph DiRico, the filly also is from the family of Grade 2 winner Sir Whimsey.

Hip No. 371, b. f., by Eskendereya—Mandy’s Purse, by Street Cry, consigned by Indian Creek, agent
The filly is the third foal out of the winning Street Cry mare Mandy’s Purse, whose first foal to race is a winning 3-year-old. She is from a strong female family, with the third dam being champion sprinter Gold Beauty. Her notable family members include English Horse of the Year Dayjur, U.S. champion Sky Beauty, and Grade 1 winners Maplejinsky, Tale of Ekati, Pleasant Home, Point of Entry, and Pine Island, along with a long list of Grade/Group 2 and 3 winners. The filly was bred by Lawrence Goichman.

Hip No. 395, b. c., by Elusive Quality—Naughty Natisha, by Known Fact, property of Stepwise Farm, consigned by Denali Stud, agent
A half-brother to Grade 3 winner Naughty New Yorker, the colt is out of the Known Fact mare Naughty Natisha, who has produced seven winners from nine foals to race. Naughty Natisha is the dam of Grade 2-placed stakes winner Pupil. Bred by Dr. William Wilmot, Dr. Joan Taylor, and Darley, the colt is out of a family that includes French classic-placed stakes winner Noble Minstrel and steeplechase stakes winner Four Schools.