09/20/2013 9:44AM

Keeneland September: Day 11 hips to watch

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Hip No. 3312, dark bay or brown filly, by Bertrando—Free Flying Soul, by Quiet American, consigned by Gainesway, agent for Liberty Road Stables.

A member of pensioned sire Bertrando’s final crop and the first foal out of Grade 1-placed multiple stakes winner Free Flying Soul. The filly was bred in Kentucky by Liberty Road Stables; her second dam is Grade 2 winner Ruby Surprise.

Hip No. 3318, chestnut colt, by Silver Train—Golden Venus, by Storm Cat, property of Adena Springs.

The first foal out of the unraced Storm Cat mare Primal Force, who is a half-sister to champion Macho Uno and multiple Grade 1 winner Awesome Again, both successful sires at Adena Springs. This Ontario-bred colt’s page also features Grade 3 winner Miss Ra He Ra.

Hip No. 3377, dark bay or brown filly, by Tale of Ekati—Memories for Us, by Street Cry, consigned by Darby Dan Farm, agent.

One of the latest extensions from a foundation Darby Dan family, this is the fourth foal out of the unraced Street Cry mare Memories for Us, whose first and only foal to race thus far is a winner. Memories For Us is out of multiple Grade 1 winner Memories of Silver, making her a half-sibling to Grade 1 winner Winter Memories, Grade 3 winner La Cloche, and stakes winners British Blue and War Trace. The yearling filly was bred in Kentucky by Phillips Racing Partnership.

Hip No. 3488, chestnut filly, by Langfuhr—Summer Ally Cat, by Hold That Tiger, consigned by Woods Edge Farm, agent.

The first foal out of the Hold That Tiger mare Summer Ally Cat, who is a half-sister to Grade 1-winning sprinter Euroears. Bred in Ontario by Gustav Schickendanz, this filly was produced by a cross that includes the same sire as that of her dam’s standout brother.

Hip No. 3492, bay colt, by Not Bourbon—Sweet as Honey, by Strike the Gold, consigned by Darby Dan Farm, agent.

This colt is from the same Sadler’s Wells sire line as his Grade 1-winning half-brother Borrego, who stands in Kentucky. He is out of Strike the Gold mare Sweet as Honey, who is the dam of eight winners from nine foals to race. His extended family includes Canadian champion Truth of it All, Grade 1 winner I Ain’t Bluffing, and Grade 2 winners Acting Happy and Together Indy. Charles Fipke bred this colt in Ontario.