02/24/2006 1:00AM

Freud offspring among 16 statebreds in sale


Sixteen New York-bred juveniles are cataloged to the Fasig-Tipton Calder selected 2-year-olds in training sale at Calder, which begins 11 a.m. Eastern on Tuesday.

New York stallion Freud, who stands at Lakland North in Hudson, is represented by two colts and a filly in the sale, all of whom are New York-breds.

His first colt, Hip No. 66, consigned by Sequel Bloodstock, is a half-brother to multiple graded-stakes-placed Waltzin' Storm. He is out of the Marshua's Dancer mare Devil's Waltz, whose immediate family includes several stakes winners, including Devil's Bride, winner of the Grade 3 Comely Stakes in New York.

Freud's other colt, Hip No. 267, consigned by Hoby and Layna Kight as agent, has a powerful pedigree. He is out of the Nijinsky mare Sultry Secret, who is a half-sister to Grade 1 winners and millionaires Sultry Song and Solar Splendor, as well as New York sire and graded stakes winner Strategic Mission.

The Freud filly is Hip No. 99, consigned by Parrish Farms. She is out of stakes-placed Giana, a daughter of Exclusive Era who is a half-sister to Sadie's Dream, an earner of $488,529 who was a multiple stakes winner.

Niall Brennan is the consignor of a Distorted Humor filly with strong connections to the Empire State.

Selling as Hip No. 110, she is out of the Greinton mare Greening, making her a half-sister to New York-bred Turnofthecentury, winner of the Grade 2 National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame Stakes as well as the Empire Classic on the way to earnings of $474,326.

This filly is also a half-sister to state champ Best Friend Stro, winner of the Grade 3 Busher Handicap and East View Stakes, and placed in the Grade 1 Coaching Club American Oaks behind champion Banshee Breeze.

Another solid New York pedigree belongs to Hip No. 60, a filly named Sashay Renee whose mother, Dancin Renee, won the Grade 3 Honorable Miss and was state champion sprinter.

Sashay Renee is by Unbridled's Song and is consigned by Nick de Meric as agent.

Dancin Renee, by Distinctive Pro, is a half-sister to New York-bred Say Florida Sandy, still another New York champion and an earner of more than $2 million during his career.

State stallions Millennium Wind and Chief Seattle also have juveniles in the Fasig-Tipton sale.

Millennium Wind is represented by the colt Exhale, whose mother Manila Rose, by Manila, is the dam of Private Horde, winner of the Grade 2 Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap at Saratoga.

Exhale is consigned by Niall Brennan Stables, agent, as Hip No. 156.

O & H Bloodstock, as agent, is the consignor of the Chief Seattle offering, a colt selling as Hip No. 284. He is out of Thepeoplesprincess, by Well Decorated, who is an unraced full sister to multiple graded stakes winner Formal Dinner.

Phone auction for stallion seasons

New York Thoroughbred Breeders Inc. will conduct a telephone auction of 40 stallion seasons to benefit its political action committee on Monday.

Included in the auction are New York stallions Artax, Cappuchino, Catienus, Freud, Gold Fever, Kettle Won, Prime Timber, Regal Classic, Read the Footnotes, and Say Florida Sandy, as well as Kentucky sires Golden Missile and Touch Gold.

The auction begins at 9 a.m. Eastern and concludes at 5 p.m.

For more information, contact NYTB at (518) 587-0777 or by e-mail at thoroughbred@acmenet.net.

Brandala's first foal a colt

New York-bred Brandala, winner of the Mount Vernon Handicap at Belmont Park in 2004 for Sorin Stables, delivered her first foal on Feb. 3 at Dutchess Views Farm in Pine Plains.

Brandala also placed in the Ticonderoga and Yaddo handicaps during her career, earning $361,242 with a record of 7-5-6 from 41 starts.

She was by the late New York stallion Compliance, sire also of millionaire statebreds Fourstardave and Fourstars Allstar.

Brandala's foal is a colt by Sorin Stables's Ommadon, who stands in New York at Metropolitan Stud in Pine Plains.

Ommadon, winner of the Grade 3 Nashua Stakes in 2000, is out of the good New York-bred mare Missymooiloveyou, winner of the Grade 3 Miss Grillo Stakes and a half-sister to a multiple graded stakes winner, the statebred runner Lady D'Accord.

Ommadon was also a homebred who raced for Sorin Stables. His first foals are yearlings of 2006.