05/30/2016 12:36PM

Generazio doubles up at Belmont

Adam Coglianese/NYRA
Too Discreet wins the Paradise Creek Stakes on Saturday.

New York-based owner-breeder Patricia Generazio had an outstanding Saturday at Belmont Park.

First, Too Discreet flashed his speed to win the $100,000 Paradise Creek Stakes. In the race immediately following, the promising Disco Partner returned from a long layoff to win an allowance. Both are New York-bred homebreds for Generazio, and they are trained by Christophe Clement and James Ryerson, respectively. In both cases, Generazio and her husband, Frank, bred and raced the colts’ dams and grandams.

Too Discreet, a 3-year-old Discreet Cat colt, is a full brother to millionaire and Grade 1 winner Discreet Marq, campaigned by Generazio and Clement for the majority of her career. She was sold for $2.4 million to Moyglare Stud as a racing or broodmare prospect prior to her final season of racing. Out of the stakes-winning Marquetry mare To Marquet, Discreet Marq and Too Discreet are also half-siblings to stakes winner Marquet Madness and stakes-placed Marquet Cat.

Too Discreet has now won three of four career starts, with his only loss coming in his season debut in April off an eight-month break. He took the Schenectady Stakes last summer at Saratoga.

“We might have to go a mile [later this season], but I’m pretty sure he’ll go a mile,” Clement said. “He’s Discreet Marq’s full brother, and she got a mile really well. When he ran at Aqueduct [in his season debut], maybe he was not 100 percent fit going a mile and a sixteenth on the turf.”

Multiple stakes-placed Disco Partner, a 4-year-old Disco Rico colt, was making his first start since November in his allowance win. He is out of the winning Numerous mare Lulu’s Number, making him a half to stakes-placed Don Six’s Number.