10/04/2007 11:00PM

Forest Camp colt: $180K

EmailThe top-priced New York-bred at last week's Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Eastern fall yearling sale was a son of Forest Camp purchased for $180,000 by Buzz Chace, agent for L & F Stable.

Consigned by Candyland, agent, as Hip No. 60 on the first day of the sale, he is the first foal of the winning Louis Quatorze mare Hope's Diamond.

Hope's Diamond is a half-sister to multiple stakes winner Moonlight Affair, an earner of $460,802.

Chace, again on behalf of L & F Stable, also purchased a Not for Love filly for $155,000 as Hip No. 266. Consigned by Summerfield (Francis and Barbara Vanlangendock), agent, she was the highest-priced filly on Day 1 of the sale. She is out of Near and Dear, a daughter of Red Ransom.

Near and Dear is a half-sister to New York-bred Bond Arbitrage, from an immediate family that includes New York Derby winner Copper Mount, West Point Handicap winner Currency Arbitrage, and Without Feathers, winner of the Grade 1 Monmouth Oaks.

Anstu Farm paid $150,000 for a Stormy Atlantic colt selling as Hip No. 323 from the consignment of Paramount Sales, agent. He is out of Precious Queenie, by Wild Zone, from a family that includes New York-bred Rush Chairman Bill, winner of the New York Stallion Stakes.

Selling for $120,000 was a daughter of Smart Strike, Hip No. 102 from the consignment of Summerfield, agent. Purchased by Bowling & Dodd Inc., agent, she is out of Easy Goer's daughter Jetto, winner of the Grade 3 Honeybee Stakes.

Second dam La Jalouse, by Nijinsky II, captured the Selene Stakes, and comes from a family that includes Palisades Handicap winner Exclusive One and Nearctic Stakes winner British Banker.

Say Florida Sandy gets first winner

New York sire Say Florida Sandy got his first winner from his first crop when his daughter Say Toba Sandy won a maiden race at Finger Lakes on Sept. 27.

Sanford Bacon and Brendan Tobin's homebred filly won at first asking in 1:14.09 for six furlongs at the Canandaigua, N.Y., oval.

She is out of the unraced mare Career Year, by Cat's Career.

Say Florida Sandy, bred by Bacon, is the second-leading money earner among New York-breds with earnings of $2,085,409.

Kentucky Derby winner and Eclipse champion Funny Cide is first at $3,529,412.

Say Florida Sandy retired in 2003 at the end of a career in which he won 33 of 98 starts in eight seasons. A multiple graded stakes winner, he counted the Bold Ruler, Gravesend, and True North handicaps among his victories, and placed in the Grade 1 Carter Handicap.

Say Florida Sandy is by Personal Flag out of Lolli Lucka Lolli, by Sweet Candy.

He is a half-brother to New York-bred Dancin Renee, winner of the Grade 3 Honorable Miss at Saratoga.

Say Florida Sandy stands at Buckridge Farm in Kinderhook, N.Y.

Premium Wine wins Gallant Bob

The up-and-coming statebred Premium Wine captured the $250,000 Gallant Bob Handicap at Philadelphia Park on Sept. 29. He was timed in 1:09.93 for the six-furlong event.

Appearing in his first open race and first stakes, Premium Wine sent his career earnings to $258,600 with a record of 4-2-0 in 6 starts.

Premium Wine is the 17th New York-bred winner of an open stakes race in 2007.

Bred by Sez Who Thoroughbreds and owned by Zayat Stables LLC, the 3-year-old is a son of state sire Prime Timber. He is out of the stakes-placed mare Just a Bullet, by Jolie's Halo, and was purchased for $75,000 at the Ocala Breeders' Sales Co. March sale of 2-year-olds in training.

Just a Bullet is also the dam of New York-bred graded stakes winner Magnolia Jackson. Just a Bullet's full brother, American Bullet, placed in the Grade 2 Hutcheson Stakes and Grade 3 Spectacular Bid Stakes.

Prime Timber, winner of the Grade 2 San Felipe Stakes, stands at Sez Who Thoroughbreds North in Stillwater, N.Y.