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Fasig-Tipton November: Horses to watch
The following horses are offerings to watch at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky selected fall mixed sale based on their pedigrees, produce records, on-track records, and past auction performance of notable family members. Conformation, physical characteristics, veterinarian records, and late pedigree updates were not taken into consideration. This list reflects catalog updates through Oct. 27.
Hip No. 27, ch. c., 2014, by Distorted Humor—Magic Merger, by Corporate Report, consigned by Bluewater Sales, agent.
Magic Merger, an unraced Corporate Report mare, is the dam of six winners from as many foals to race, including Grade 1 winner Hooh Why and two other stakes horses. This is the family of two-time Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint winner Mizdirection.
Hip No. 50, b. c., 2014, by War Front—Shared Hope, by Gone West, property of R.S. Evans, Sweezey and Partners, agent.
The young, unraced dam Shared Hope has had one winner from two runners. Shared Hope is a half-sister to Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies winner Cash Run, both out of Grade 1 winner Shared Interest.
Hip No. 65, ch. c., 2014, by Street Cry—Winter Memories, by El Prado, consigned by Darby Dan Farm, agent.
This colt represents the latest generation from Darby Dan Farm’s cornerstone female family, tracing back to fourth dam Java Moon, who was bred by Darby Dan founder John W. Galbreath. He is the first foal out of Grade 1 winner Winter Memories, and he is from the second-to-last crop of the late Street Cry. His second dam is Grade 1 winner Memories of Silver.
Hip No. 78, Fashion Plate, dk. b. or br. f., 2011, by Old Fashioned—Miss Puzzle, by Citidancer, consigned by St George Sales, agent.
Fashion Plate will go through the ring as a racing or broodmare prospect. She has won 3 of 8 starts for $471,250, highlighted by wins in the Grade 1 Santa Anita Oaks and Las Virgenes Stakes.
Hip No. 91, Intensify, b. m., 2004, by Unbridled’s Song—Her She Shawklit, by Air Forbes Won, consigned by Select Sales, agent.
The dam of the late Intense Holiday, winner of this year’s Grade 2 Risen Star Stakes. A full brother to Intense Holiday, by Harlan’s Holiday, brought $460,000 at this year’s Keeneland September yearling sale. Intensify sells in foal to Shanghai Bobby.
Hip No. 95, Judy the Beauty, ch. m., 2009, by Ghostzapper—Holy Blitz, by Holy Bull, consigned by VanMeter Sales, agent.
A leading contender in the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint, Judy the Beauty enters that race with 8 wins in 17 career starts for earnings of $1,112,122, with wins in Canada and France, and a Grade 1 victory in the U.S.
Hip No. 117, My Miss Sophia, ch. f., 2011, by Unbridled’s Song—Wildwood Flower, by Langfuhr, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
My Miss Sophia has won 2 of 6 starts for $418,300 in 2014, highlighted by the Grade 2 Gazelle Stakes. She also finished second in the Kentucky Oaks.
Hip No. 125, Princess of Sylmar, ch. f., 2010, by Majestic Warrior—Storm Dixie, by Catienus, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
Princess of Sylmar won four Grade 1 races in 2013, including the Kentucky Oaks and Saratoga’s two marquee events for 3-year-old fillies, the CCA Oaks and Alabama Stakes. She won 9 of 15 starts overall for earnings of $2,017,200 and sells as a broodmare prospect.
Hip No. 131, Ria Antonia, b. f., 2011, by Rockport Harbor—Beer Baroness, by Mr. Greeley, property of Loooch Racing Stables, Three Chimneys Farm, agent.
Ria Antonia won the 2013 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies via disqualification, and is entered in this year’s Distaff. She earned honors as Canada’s champion 2-year-old filly last year. Ria Antonia has placed twice in Grade 1 events at 3, and is offered as a racing or broodmare prospect.
Hip No. 138, She’s a Tiger, b. f., 2011, by Tale of the Cat—Shandra Smiles, by Cahill Road, consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent.
The champion 2-year-old filly of 2013 sells as a broodmare prospect. She won 3 of 7 starts for earnings of $727,657. She’s a Tiger is out of the stakes-winning Cahill Road mare Shandra Smiles, and is a half-sister to multiple Grade 1 winner Smiling Tiger.
Hip No. 141, Stephanie’s Kitten, b. m., 2009, by Kitten’s Joy—Unfold the Rose, by Catienus, property of Ramsey Farm.
One of the leading runners by sire Kitten’s Joy, Stephanie’s Kitten has won three Grade 1 stakes, and took the Grade 2 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf in 2011. The racing or broodmare prospect has won 8 of 18 starts for earnings of $2,274,104. She is entered in the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf.
Hip No. 142, Stopchargingmaria, dk. b. or br. f., 2011, by Tale of the Cat—Exotic Bloom, by Montbrook, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
This filly took a step forward in her sophomore campaign, winning the Grade 1 Alabama Stakes and CCA Oaks last summer at Saratoga. The racing or broodmare prospect has won 6 of 11 starts overall for $1,494,000.
Hip No. 143, Storm Dixie, dk. b. or br. m., 2004, by Catienus—Golden Wave Band, by Dixieland Band, property of King of Prussia Stable, Brookdale Sales, agent.
The dam of Princess of Sylmar was a stakes-placed runner during her own on-track career. Princess of Sylmar was her first foal, and her only starter thus far. She sells in foal to Tapit and is a half-sister to Group 3 winner Rhythm Band and Grade 3-placed Musical.
Hip No. 148, Sweet Lulu, ch. m., 2010, by Mr. Greeley—Successful Outlook, by Orientate, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
A prominent member of last year’s class of sophomore fillies, Sweet Lulu retired with four wins in seven starts for $693,600, highlighted by a score in the Grade 1 Test Stakes. She will go through the ring in foal to War Front.
Hip No. 155, Turbulent Descent, b. m., 2008, by Congrats—Roger’s Sue, by Forestry, consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent.
A four-time Grade 1 winner, with at least one victory at that level from ages 2 to 4, Turbulent Descent won 8 of 14 starts for $1,211,640. She will go through the ring carrying her second foal, by War Front.
Hip No. 161, Wine Princess, ch. m., 2009, by Ghostzapper—Azeri, by Jade Hunter, consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent.
A Grade 2-winning daughter of 2002 Horse of the Year Azeri who will go through the ring carrying her first foal, by War Front. Wine Princess won 5 of 13 starts for $461,561.
Hip No. 170, Believe You Can, dk. b. or br. m., 2009, by Proud Citizen—El Fasto, by El Prado, consigned by Brereton C. Jones/Airdrie Stud, agent.
The winner of the 2012 Kentucky Oaks will sell carrying her first foal, by Tapit. Believe You Can retired with 8 wins in 14 career starts, including two additional graded stakes scores, for earnings of $1,280,324.
Hip No. 171, Belle Gallantey, ch. m., 2009, by After Market—Revealed, by Old Trieste, consigned by Lane’s End agent.
Belle Gallantey has come into her own at age 5, winning the Grade 1 Delaware Handicap and Beldame Stakes, and she could add to her résumé with a strong effort in the Breeders’ Cup Distaff. She has won 9 of 43 career starts for $1,111,270, and will be offered as a racing or broodmare prospect at Fasig-Tipton.
Hip No. 178, Champagne Royale, gr. or ro. m., 2001, by French Deputy—All Tanked Up, by Tank’s Prospect, property of Brandywine Farm.
The stakes-placed French Deputy mare has been represented by a pair of Grade 1 winners in 2014: Danza and Majestic Harbor. The latter is entered in the Breeders’ Cup Classic.
Hip No. 184, Dayatthespa, ch. m., 2009, by City Zip—M’Lady Doc, by Doc’s Leader, consigned by Lane’s End, agent.
A two-time Grade 1 winner who could add to her résumé with a good effort in the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf. She enters the race off of a victory in the Grade 1 First Lady Stakes at Keeneland, which improved her career record to 10 wins in 17 starts for $1,188,892. New York-bred Dayatthespa is offered as a racing or broodmare prospect.
Hip No. 185, Discreet Marq, gr. or ro. f., 2010, by Discreet Cat—To Marquet, by Marquetry, property of Patricia Generazio, Christophe Clement, agent.
Another New York-bred Grade 1-winning racing or broodmare prospect Discreet Marq has won 7 of 19 starts for earnings of $1,067,900, highlighted by the 2013 Del Mar Oaks.
Hip No. 193, Capo Bastone, ch. c., 2010, by Street Boss—Fight to Love, by Fit to Fight, consigned by Bluewater Sales, agent.
Capo Bastone was retired prior to a scheduled start in the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile with 3 wins in 17 starts for earnings of $731,756. His biggest win came in the Grade 1 King’s Bishop Stakes in 2013.
Hip No. 199, Taris, b. f., 2011, by Flatter—Comedy, by Theatrical, consigned by Darby Dan Sales, agent.
A supplemental entry to the catalog after winning the Grade 2 Raven Run Stakes by nine lengths on Oct. 18 at Keeneland. Taris has won 4 of 5 career starts for earnings of $275,700. Taris is offered as a racing or broodmare prospect.