10/11/2013 5:00PM

Horses to watch at the OBS fall mixed sale


Hip No. 15, wnlg, ch. f., by Awesome of Course—She Did Tell, by West by West, consigned by Janie Roper, agent
A weanling half-sister to Grade 2-placed stakes winner Thank U Philippe, out of the unraced West by West mare She Did Tell. The filly is a sibling to three winners from four runners, and she is from the family of Triple Crown winner Affirmed and Grade 1 winner Senor Pete. She was bred in Florida by Firefly Farm.

Hip No. 17, wnlg, ch. f., by City Zip—Shop for Gold, by Speightstown, consigned by Pauleeanna Thoroughbreds.
The first foal out of the unraced Speightstown mare Shop for Gold, who is a half-sister to Grade 2-placed stakes winner Fifth Avenue. The page also includes Grade 1 winners Miss Shop and Power Broker, as well as Grade 2 winners Trappe Shot and Lay Down. Pauleeanna Thoroughbreds bred the filly in Florida.

Hip No. 54, Palm Beach Blondie, 5, b. m., by Dixieland Band—Alex the Groom, by Runaway Groom, consigned by Summerfield, agent
Palm Beach Blondie is a winning product of the Florida-based Donald Dizney breeding program, and she sells in foal to Divine Park. She is out of Puerto Rican champion Alex the Groom, whose 12 winners from as many foals to race include stakes winner My Own Groom. On the track, Palm Beach Blondie won one of four starts for $15,109.

Hip No. 98, wnlg, dk. b. or br. c., by High Cotton—Echo Bluff, by Pine Bluff, consigned by Summerfield, agent for Stonecliff Farm
This colt is a full brother to Grade 1 winner Currency Swap, who is one of three winners from four foals to race out of the unraced Pine Bluff mare Echo Bluff. Bred in Florida by Stonecliff Farm, the colt is from the family of Grade 3 winner You’renotlistening (his second dam), stakes winner Your Bluffing, and graded stakes-placed winners Nacho Friend and La Song.

Hip No. 150, May Day Bluff, 14, ch. m., by Pine Bluff—May Day Ninety, by Alydar, consigned by Beth Bayer, agent for Bridlewood Farm
Selling in foal to Put It Back, May Day Bluff is the dam of multiple Grade 3 winner May Day Rose and multiple stakes winner May Day Vow, among her four winners from seven foals to race. She is from the family of Grade 1 winner May Day Eighty and Grade/Group 3 winners Roza Robata, Nice Meet You, and Jefforee. May Day Bluff was bred in Kentucky by Dr. William O. Reed.

Hip No. 266, Forty Grams, 9, ch. r., by Distorted Humor—Belle South, by Phone Trick, consigned by Beth Bayer, agent
A Grade 2-placed stakes winner whose first foals at stud are 2-year-olds of 2013. Before outs, he is represented by 12 foals in the OBS fall sale and is the covering sire of nine cataloged mares. Forty Grams is from the family of Group 2 winner Risen Raven, Grade 1-placed stakes winner Sixy Saint, Grade 3-placed stakes winner Agotaras, and Grade 1-placed winner Pegasus Wind.