04/01/2013 5:20PM

Four clock fastest furlong at Fasig-Tipton Texas breeze show


A quartet of juveniles finished a one-furlong workout in :10.20 seconds to tie for the fastest time on Monday at the Fasig-Tipton Texas 2-year-olds in training and horses of racing age pre-sale under-tack show at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas.

The lone colt to set the fastest time was Say Charlie, a son of My Pal Charlie. The bay colt is out of the Northern Afleet mare Say Afleet, and is consigned by Robert Brewer, agent. His most successful family members include Grade 1 winners Miss Shop and Power Broker, Grade 2 winners Lay Down and Trappe Shot, and Grade 2-placed stakes winners Bought in Dixie and Fifth Avenue.

Also hitting the mark in :10.20 seconds was a Bwana Charlie filly named Country Fine, out of the stakes-placed winning End Sweep mare Ain’t It Sweep. Consigned by Hebert Bloodstock, agent, the chestnut filly is a sibling to one winner from as many to race, and is from the family of Grade 3 winner Cost Control and Grade 3-placed stakes winner Two Timing Lass.

Adrianne G, an Indygo Shiner filly, was another juvenile to breeze the co-fastest furlong. Consigned by Twin Oaks Training Center, agent, she is the first foal out of the Songandaprayer mare Anne Margaret. Her page includes Canadian champion Truth of it All, Grade 1 winners I Ain’t Bluffing and Borrego, Grade 2 winners Acting Happy, Powerful Punch, and Together Indy, and Grade 3 winner Dr. Park.

Rounding out the horses with the fastest one-furlong times was Ring Bit, a dark bay or brown Kitten’s Joy filly, who is a full sister to Grade 3 winner Derby Kitten and Grade 2-placed stakes winner William’s Kitten. She is out of the winning Menifee mare Blush, who has produced two winners from three to race. Consigned by James H. Tolliver, Mike Neatherlin, agent, Ring Bit’s notable family members include Grade 1 winner Willow Hour and Grade 3 winners Cherry Jubilee and Traverse City.

The fastest time for two furlongs came from a Spring At Last colt, who covered the distance in 22 seconds flat. Consigned by Mike Neatherlin, the chestnut colt is the first foal out of the winning Formal Gold mare Just Amore, who is a full sister to Grade 2 winner Adore the Gold. Other successful family members include Irish champion and Grade 1 winner Zoman, Group 3 winner Yellowstone, and Grade 1-placed stakes winner Love and Affection.

The one-day Fasig-Tipton Texas sale will commence on Wednesday, April 3, at noon Central at the Fasig-Tipton sales complex at Lone Star Park.

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