11/02/2014 3:39PM

Keeneland November: Horses to watch

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The following horses are offerings to watch in Book 1 of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale based on their pedigrees, produce records, on-track records, and past auction performance of notable family members. Conformation, physical characteristics, veterinarian records, and late pedigree updates were not taken into consideration. This list reflects catalog updates through Oct. 28.

Hip No. 49, Color Me Flying, ch. f., 2011, by Distorted Humor—With Flying Colors, by A.P. Indy, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
The first foal out of the stakes-placed A.P. Indy mare With Flying Colors, who is one of the latest producers from the Phipps family broodmare line that tracks back to Grade 1 winner My Flag and champion and Broodmare of the Year Personal Ensign. Color Me Flying, who sells as a racing or broodmare prospect, has placed once in three starts for earnings of $12,060.

Hip No. 65, ch. f., 2014, by Distorted Humor—Easterette, by Hard Spun, consigned by Hunter Valley Farm, agent.
The first foal out of the unraced Hard Spun mare Easterette, who is a half-sister to Horse of the Year Havre de Grace. Breeders’ Cup Classic contender Tonalist is one of this filly’s many accomplished family members.

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Hip No. 66, Egg Drop, gr. or ro. m., 2009, by Alphabet Soup—Rehocracy, by Adhocracy, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
Egg Drop won 6 of 13 starts and $534,020, highlighted by the Grade 1 Matriarch Stakes. She is offered in foal to Tapit.

Hip No. 75, Fierce Boots, b. f., 2011, by Tiznow—Shop Again, by Wild Again, consigned by Bluewater Sales, agent.
This stakes-winning Tiznow filly hails from a family that is picking up steam. She is a half-sister to Grade 1 winner Power Broker, and her page also includes Grade 2 winner and popular young stallion Trappe Shot. Fierce Boots sells as a racing or broodmare prospect.

Hip No. 96, Heatherdoesntbluff, dk. b. or br. m., 2003, by Old Trieste—Michigan Bluff, by Skywalker, consigned by Hunter Valley Farm, agent.
This winning mare’s three winners from as many foals to race include Grade 1 winner Killer Graces. She is offered in foal to Arch. 

Hip No. 106, Iotapa, dk. b. or br. f., 2010, by Afleet Alex—Concinnous, by El Corredor, consigned by Lane’s End, agent.
A racing or broodmare prospect who has won 6 of 13 starts for earnings of $832,796. Two of those victories came in Grade 1 competition – the Vanity Stakes and the Clement L. Hirsch Stakes. Iotapa will attempt to add a big catalog update in the Breeders’ Cup Distaff.

Hip No. 128, Maggies Storm, b. m., 2001, by Stormy Atlantic—Maggies Pistol, by Big Pistol, consigned by Hunter Valley Farm, agent.
The dam of Grade 1 winner Comma to the Top will go through the ring carrying a foal from the final crop of Street Cry.

Hip No. 132, Stanwyck, b. m., 2009, by Empire Maker—Set Them Free, by Stop the Music, consigned by Lane’s End, agent.
This Grade 3-winning racing or broodmare prospect is a half-sister to Kentucky Derby winner Giacomo and multiple Grade 1 winner Tiago, out of the multiple stakes-winning Stop the Music mare Set Them Free. On the track, she has won 3 of 17 starts for $474,250. A strong performance in the Breeders’ Cup Distaff could raise her price even higher.

Hip No. 144, Miss Puzzle, b. m., 1998, by Citidancer—Miss Tree, by Oregon, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
This Australian-bred mare is the dam of four winners from six foals to race, including multiple Grade 1 winner Fashion Plate. She is offered in foal to Graydar.

Hip No. 153, My Happy Face, gr. or ro. f., 2010, by Tiz Wonderful—Summer Star, by Siberian Summer, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
A Grade 3-winning racing or broodmare prospect who has notched 3 victories in 15 starts for $581,175. She has placed in six graded stakes races, including three Grade 1s.

Hip No. 177, Renee’s Titan, b. m., 2010, by Bernstein—Titan Queen, by Tiznow, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
The winner of the Grade 2 Santa Ynez Stakes in 2013, who is offered in foal to Kentucky Derby winner Orb. Overall, Renee’s Titan won 2 of 12 starts for $168,171.

Hip No. 187, Scarlet Strike, b. f., 2010, by Smart Strike—Scarlet Tango, by French Deputy, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
This racing or broodmare prospect won 2 of 20 starts for $421,530, highlighted by a win in the Grade 3 Providencia Stakes and placings in three Grade 1 races. She is a half-sister to Grade 1 winner Visionaire.

Hip No. 202, Spice Island, dk. b. or br. m., 1999, by Tabasco Cat—Crown of Sheba, by Alysheba, consigned by Hunter Valley Farm, agent.
This Grade 2-winning dam of Grade 1 winner Ice Box hails from the family of Horse of the Year Spend a Buck. She won 7 of 28 starts and $487,376. Her weanling colt from the second-to-last crop of Street Cry sells as Hip No. 201.

Hip No. 208, Graeme Hall, ch. h., 1997, by Dehere—Win Crafty Lady, by Crafty Prospector, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent for Melnyk Racing Stables Dispersal.
One of three stallions to sell as part of the dispersal of owner-breeder Eugene Melnyk during the Keeneland November sale. He is the sire of nine crops of racing age, with progeny earnings of over $24 million. His best runners include this year’s Indiana Derby and Ohio Derby winner East Hall.

Hip No. 208A, Last Full Measure, b. m., 2008, by Empire Maker—Lazy Slusan, by Slewvescent, consigned by Lane’s End, agent.
A late addition to the Keeneland November catalog, selling in foal to War Front after producing a Tapit colt in 2014. Last Full Measure retired with 4 wins in 11 starts for $293,245, highlighted by a win in the Grade 1 Madison Stakes.

Hip No. 226, Vacare, b. m., 2003, by Lear Fan—Appealing Storm, by Valid Appeal, consigned by Gainesway, agent for Middlebrook Farm.
A Grade 1 winner who brought $2.8 million at the end of her 3-year-old season at the 2006 Fasig-Tipton November sale. Since then, she has become the dam of two winners from as many foals to race, and she will go through the ring in foal to Giant’s Causeway. She is a half-sister to Grade/Group 3 winners Single Solution and Abtaal.

Hip No. 232, dk. b. or br. f., 2014, by Medaglia d’Oro—Violent Beauty, by Gone West, consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent
A full sister to Grade 1 winner and young stallion Violence, from the family of champion Sky Beauty.

Hip No 236, Winning Call, b. m., 1998, by Deputy Minister—Call Now, by Wild Again, consigned by Gainesway, agent.
The dam of Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile winner and young stallion Tapizar. She sells in foal to Trappe Shot, and had a foal by the same sire bring $600,000 at this year’s Keeneland September sale. Winning Call is the dam of six winners from as many foals to race, and is from a very accomplished female family whose members include this 2014 Kentucky Oaks winner and Breeders’ Cup Distaff contender Untapable.

Hip No. 242, Adopt Me, b. m., 2011, by Street Cry—Precious Kitten, by Catienus, consigned by Mill Ridge Sales, agent.
An unraced first-time broodmare, offered in foal to Animal Kingdom. Adopt Me is out of multiple Grade 1 winner Precious Kitten, and has a page that includes champion and leading sire Kitten’s Joy, champion Dreaming of Anna, and several other graded stakes winners.

Hip No. 255, b. f., 2014, by Medaglia d’Oro—Belva, by Theatrical, consigned by Paramount Sales, agent.
A half-sister to champion turf horse and prominent sire English Channel. Her dam, the unraced Belva, is a full sister to Grade 1 winner Pharma and Grade 2 winner Hap, all out of English and French champion Committed.

Hip No. 267, Captivating, b. m., 2002, by Arch—Andrea Ruckus, by Bold Ruckus, consigned by Eaton Sales, agent.
Canada’s 2013 Broodmare of the Year is the dam of Uncaptured, who was named Canada’s Horse of the Year the previous season. She is also the dam of stakes winner Dancing Raven. Captivating is offered in foal to Tapit.

Hip No. 294, Executiveprivilege, b. m., 2010, by First Samurai—Refugee, by Unaccounted For, consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent.
A multiple Grade 1 winner, who is offered carrying her first foal, by Midnight Lute. Executiveprivilege won 5 of 10 career starts, highlighted by the Grade 1 Del Mar Debutante Stakes and Chandelier Stakes, for earnings of $999,000. She is a half-sister to recent Grade 2 winner Hoppertunity, is from the family of champion Davona Dale.

Hip No. 297, Fiftyshadesofhay, b. f., 2010, by Pulpit—Quiet Kim, by Real Quiet, consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent.
This multiple Grade 2 winner sells as a racing or broodmare prospect with a record of 5 wins in 20 starts for $1,097,951.

Hip No. 302, dk. b. or br. f., 2014, by Harlan’s Holiday—Golden Works, by Banker’s Gold, consigned by Ashview Farm, agent.
A closely bred half-sister to Grade 1 winner Goldencents, from the final crop of sire Harlan’s Holiday.

Hip No. 312, Hooh Why, ch. m., 2006, by Cloud Hopping—Magic Merger, by Corporate Report, property of James B. Keogh.
Hooh Why won 12 of 54 starts for $1,244,809, highlighted by the Grade 1 Ashland Stakes in 2009. She sold for $550,000 in foal to Leroidesanimaux at last year’s Fasig-Tipton November sale, and will go through the ring this year carrying a foal by Tapit.

Hip No. 325, Lacadena, b. m., 2005, by Fasliyev—Butterfly Blue, by Sadler’s Wells, consigned by Stone Farm, agent.
This stakes-placed mare is the dam of Grade 1-placed America. Lacadena’s second dam is Grade 1 winner Blush With Pride, placing her in the family of Broodmare of the Year Better Than Honour and Belmont Stakes winners Rags to Riches and Jazil, among many other stakes winners. She is offered in foal to Malibu Moon.

Hip No. 332, gr. or ro. c., 2014, by Tapit—Lovely Regina, by Deputy Minister, consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent.
A half-brother to Grade 3 winner Thiskyhasnolimit, one of five winners from six foals to race out of the unplaced Lovely Regina. The colt’s second dam is Broodmare of the Year Cara Rafaela, making him from the family of champion and prominent sire Bernardini and multiple Grade 1 winner Love and Pride.

Hip No. 346, Mini Chat, ch. m., 1999, by Deputy Minister—Phone Chatter, by Phone Trick, consigned by Royal Oak Farm, agent.
Unraced Mini Chat’s is the dam of Grade 1 winner Dixie Chatter and Grade 3 winner Rumor. She brought $600,000 at the 2012 Fasig-Tipton November sale, and is offered this time in foal to Union Rags.

Hip No. 350, Miss Serendipity, dk. b. or br. m., 2008, by Not For Sale—Marca Registrada, by Candy Stripes, consigned by Gainesway, agent.
A Group 1 winner in her native Argentina, this racing or broodmare prospect won the Grade 1 Gamely Stakes at Santa Anita earlier this year. In total, she has won 7 of 27 starts for $493,858. Miss Serendipity is from the family of several Argentine Group 1 winners.

Hip No. 361, My Wandy’s Girl, ch. m., 2009, by Flower Alley—Unbridled Secret, by Unbridled’s Song, consigned by Denali Stud, agent.
Puerto Rico’s champion imported 3-year-old filly of 2012 moved north in the midst of that campaign and has hit the board in six graded stakes races, including a win in the Grade 2 Barbara Fritchie Handicap earlier this year. Overall, My Wandy’s Girl has won 15 of 25 starts for earnings of $638,710. She is offered as a racing or broodmare prospect.

Hip No. 394, Sage Cat, b. m., 1998, by Tabasco Cat—Lady Sage, by Lord Gaylord, consigned by Brookdale Sales, agent.
The dam of Grade 2 winner and young sire Desert Party. Her Tapit filly topped this year’s Fasig-Tipton Kentucky fall yearling sale at $410,000. She is offered in foal to Union Rags.

Hip No. 403, b. f., 2014, by Giant’s Causeway—Shandra Smiles, by Cahill Road, consigned by Warrendale Sales, agent.
A half-sister to champion She’s a Tiger and multiple Grade 1 winner Smiling Tiger, bred on a similar Storm Cat-line cross. Shandra Smiles’s filly by Gio Ponti brought $500,000 at this year’s Fasig-Tipton Saratoga selected yearling sale.

Hip No. 411, Sluice, dk. b. or br. m., 1998, by Seeking the Gold—Lakeway, by Seattle Slew, consigned by Denali Stud, agent.
Stakes winner Sluice has been party to many seven-figure transactions, including her own, going for $1.5 million at the 1999 Keeneland July yearling sale. She is the dam of Grade 1 winner Mushka, who sold as a yearling for $1.6 million, then as a racing or broodmare prospect for $2.4 million before going on to be a producer of million-dollar horses on her own. Sluice is offered in foal to Animal Kingdom.

Hip No. 424, b. c., 2014, by Distorted Humor—Supercharger, by A.P. Indy, consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent.
A half-brother to Kentucky Derby winner and leading freshman sire Super Saver and a full brother to Grade 3 winner Brethren, out of the prominent commercial mare Supercharger. The dam’s last three foals to go through the ring have sold for over $500,000, and two of them have brought seven figures. This colt’s family includes champion Rhythm and Grade 1 winners Imagining, Girolamo, and Bluegrass Cat.