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Keeneland September: Hips to watch
The following horses are yearlings to watch in Book 1 of the Keeneland September yearling sale based on their pedigrees and past auction performance of notable family members. Conformation, physical characteristics, veterinarian records, and late pedigree updates were not taken into consideration.
Hip No. 7, b. c., by Street Cry—Lady Lochinvar, by Lord At War, consigned by Elm Tree Farm, agent for Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Williams.
This colt is a half-brother to graded stakes winners Master Command and Aurora Lights, plus Grade 1-placed X Star. Lady Lochinvar has had five foals hammered down for $600,000 or more, including an A.P. Indy colt, later named Lord Lochinvar, who was bought back for $975,000 at the 2012 Keeneland September sale.
Hip No. 14, ch. c., by Galileo—Latin Love, by Danehill Dancer, consigned by Allied Bloodstock, agent.
This hip is the first of five cataloged yearlings in the sale by all-world sire Galileo. The Irish-bred colt is the first foal to sell out of Irish stakes winner and Canadian Grade 2-placed Latin Love and brought $340,000 as a weanling at last year’s Keeneland November breeding stock sale.
Hip No. 29, b. f., by Curlin—Leslie’s Lady, by Tricky Creek, Property of Clarkland Farm.
Stakes winner Leslie’s Lady is the dam of two-time champion Beholder and Grade 1 winner and popular young sire Into Mischief. Two additional sisters to this filly are stakes producers, including the dam of 2014 Kentucky Derby starter Harry’s Holiday.
Hip No. 31, b. c., by Medaglia d’Oro—Life At Ten, by Malibu Moon, Property of Adena Springs.
The first foal out of multiple Grade 1 winner Life At Ten. Adena Springs purchased the mare for $1.95 million at the 2011 Keeneland November sale.
Hip No. 34, dk. b. or br. c., by War Front—Life Well Lived, by Tiznow, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
The second foal out of the winning Tiznow mare Life Well Lived, who is a full sister to Dubai World Cup winner Well Armed. Her first foal, a Distorted Humor colt later named Muqtaser, sold for $525,000 at the 2013 Saratoga select yearling sale.
Hip No. 59, b. c., by Bernardini—Magic Merger, by Corporate Report, consigned by Woods Edge Farm, agent.
A sibling to six winners from as many runners out of the dam, including Grade 1 winner Hooh Why, stakes winner Rumbling Cloud, and stakes-placed D’wild Beach. The colt was among the more buzzed-about short yearlings at this year’s Keeneland January sale of horses of all ages but finished under his reserve at $285,000.
Hip No. 66, gr. or ro. f., by Tapit—Mayan Milagra, by Menifee, consigned by Woodford Thoroughbreds, agent.
This filly is a full sister to Grade 2 winner Dancinginherdreams and a half-sister to stakes winner Doubled. A full sibling, now named Good Pick Nick, brought $625,000 at last year’s Keeneland September sale.
Hip No. 68, b. c., by War Front—Meridiana, by Lomitas, consigned by Gainesway, agent.
German-bred Italian Oaks winner Meridiana is the dam of four winners from five foals to race, including Grade 2-placed stakes winner Chamois and Grade 1-placed Center Divider.
Hip No. 105, dk. b. or br. f., byBernardini—Mushka, by Empire Maker, consigned by Eaton Sales, agent.
Mushka’s first foal, a Distorted Humor colt now named Heyaarat, topped the 2012 Keeneland September sale at $1.65 million. The dam herself brought $1.6 million as a yearling, then sold for $2.4 million as a racing or broodmare prospect at the 2008 Keeneland November sale. Grade 1 winner Mushka earned more than $1 million on the racetrack.
Hip No. 108, dk. b. or br. c.,by Smart Strike—My Miss Storm Cat, by Sea of Secrets, consigned by Denali Stud, agent for Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings.
Champion My Miss Aurelia is a full sister to this colt, whose dam is a producer of two winners from three foals to race. My Miss Aurelia brought $550,000 as a yearling, while Shathoor, a half-brother by Distorted Humor, sold for $850,000 at the 2012 Keeneland September sale.
Hip No. 136, ch. c., by Distorted Humor—Pacific Spell, by Langfuhr, consigned by Brereton C. Jones/Airdrie Stud, agent.
Champion Proud Spell is this colt’s most prominent sibling, herself a stakes producer, both progeny of Mr. Prospector-line sires. I’ll Show Me, a half-sister by Bernardini, was hammered for $1.3 million at Keeneland September last year.
Hip No. 143, gr. or ro. c., by Tapit—Peeping Fawn, by Danehill, consigned by Paramount Sales, agent.
Peeping Fawn was Europe’s champion 3-year-old filly of 2007, is a half-sister to Group 1 winner and sire Thewayyouare, and is from the broodmare line of the influential Blush With Pride. Her lone foal to sell at public auction, Purely Priceless, by Galileo, brought about $753,775 in France as a broodmare prospect.
Hip No. 149, b. c., by Bernardini—Pilfer, by Deputy Minister, consigned by Lane’s End, agent.
He is a full brother to multiple Grade 1 winner and young stallion To Honor and Serve and a half-brother to Grade 3-placed Elnaawi. Pilfer brought $1.95 million at the 2012 Fasig-Tipton November sale with this colt in utero.
Hip No. 154, gr. or ro. f., by Tapit—Ponche de Leona, by Ponche, consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent.
Breeders’ Cup Classic winner and incoming sire Mucho Macho Man is a half-brother to this filly, as is stakes-placed Mucho Man’s Gold. This filly did not meet her reserve of $675,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton November sale.
Hip No. 199, ch. c., by Tapit—Rhumb Line, by Mr. Greeley, consigned by Woods Edge Farm, agent.
This cross has worked exceedingly well, producing multiple Grade 1 winner and $2.1 million broodmare prospect Zazu, Grade 2 winner Flashback, and Farraj, who sold for $1.6 million at this year’s Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. March select sale of 2-year-olds in training.
Hip No. 231, True Elegance, ch. f., by Distorted Humor—Sealy Hill, by Point Given, consigned by Gainesway, agent.
Sealy Hill was Canada’s Horse of the Year in 2007, and her three foals brought prices ranging from $250,000 to $500,000 (for this filly’s full sister Hillaby) as part of the Eugene Melnyk dispersal at this year’s Fasig-Tipton July sale of select horses of racing age. True Elegance was born on the Fasig-Tipton sales grounds, about 24 hours prior to her dam bringing $590,000 at the company’s Kentucky winter mixed sale.
Hip No. 254, b. c., by Malibu Moon—Sleepytime, by Royal Academy, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
Irish classic winner Sleepytime has a strong broodmare record, with five winners from six foals to race. These include Group 3 winner Gentleman’s Deal, stakes winner Dame Ellen, Group 3-placed Spanish Harlem, and stakes-placed Oh Star. She has had four foals sell for $500,000 or more at various times in their careers.
Hip No. 275, b. f., by Kitten’s Joy—Spent Gold, by Unaccounted For, consigned by Ramsey Farm, agent.
A full sister to multiple Grade 1 winner Big Blue Kitten. She is the first foal out of Spent Gold to sell since Big Blue Kitten established himself as one of North America’s top turf runners.
Hip No. 280, gr. or ro. c., by Distorted Humor—Starlight Dreams, by Black Tie Affair, consigned by Woods Edge Farm, agent.
This colt is a half-brother to Mastercraftsman, Europe’s champion 2-year-old male of 2008. Four of the last five foals out of Starlight Dreams to sell as yearlings at auction brought more than $500,000, including Prospector, a Galileo colt who brought $1.4 million last year at Keeneland September.
Hip No. 288, gr. or ro. f., by Unbridled’s Song—Stop Traffic, by Cure the Blues, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
Multiple Grade 1 winner Stop Traffic has produced Grade 1 winner Cross Traffic and stakes-placed Bianco Tartufo when mated with the late Unbridled’s Song. Two of her last three yearlings to sell at auction have commanded $500,000 or more.
Hip No. 306, b. c., by Tiznow—Supercharger, by A.P. Indy, consigned by Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent.
This is a half-brother to Kentucky Derby winner and hot freshman sire Super Saver, as well as Grade 3 winner Brethren. Supercharger’s last two foals to go through the ring as yearlings brought seven figures, including a Medaglia d’Oro colt at last year’s Keeneland September sale who sold for $1.7 million.
Hip No. 331, gr. or ro. f., by Medaglia d’Oro—Tap Your Heels, by Unbridled, consigned by Dromoland Farm, agent.
A half-brother to Grade 1 winner and leading sire Tapit, with notable sires in his family including Rubiano, Glitterman, and Summer Bird. Aldrin, a half-brother by Malibu Moon, topped this year’s Keeneland April sale of 2-year-olds at $1 million.
Hip No. 332, dk. b. or br. c., by Distorted Humor—Tar Heel Mom, by Flatter, consigned by Upson Downs Farm, agent.
The first foal out of multiple Grade 2 winner Tar Heel Mom. The dam is a half-sister to Grade 3 winner and classic-placed Scrappy T and stakes producer Malamado.
Hip No. 345, dk. b. or br. c., by Unbridled’s Song—Tizamazing, by Cee’s Tizzy, consigned by Burleson Farms, agent.
Tizamazing is the dam of Preakness Stakes winner Oxbow and Grade 3-placed stakes winner Awesome Patriot, both of whom are young Kentucky sires. This colt comes from a prominent family tree that started with the cross of Cee’s Tizzy and second dam Cee’s Song, which also produced Horse of the Year Tiznow, Grade 2 winners Budroyale and Tizdubai, and the dam of Grade 1 winner Paynter.
Hip No. 367, gr. or ro. f., by Medaglia d’Oro—Unrivaled Belle, by Unbridled’s Song, consigned by Eaton Sales, agent.
The first foal out of 2010 Breeders’ Cup Ladies’ Classic winner Unrivaled Belle. The dam sold for $2.8 million at the 2011 Keeneland November sale.
Hip No. 401, ch. c., by Giant’s Causeway—Wilshewed, by Carson City, consigned by Valkyre Stud, agent for The Estate of William L. Currin.
The Storm Cat-line pedigree of this colt puts him on a similar cross to Grade 1-winning Stormello and Grade 2 winner My Best Brother, half-brothers who are both by Stormy Atlantic. Gala Award, a Grade 3-winning half-brother by Bernardini, was the second-highest-priced offering of the 2012 Keeneland September sale, bringing $1.55 million.
Hip No. 431, gr. or ro. c., by Tapit—Air France, by French Deputy, consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
Air France is the dam of Grade 2 winners Smooth Air and Overdriven. This colt sold as a weanling for $300,000 at last year’s Keeneland November sale.
Hip No. 434, ch. c., by Scat Daddy—Alittlebitearly, by Thunder Gulch, consigned by Gainesway, agent.
Alittlebitearly is the dam of three winners from three foals to race, including Haskell Invitational winner Bayern, who sold for $320,000 as a 2-year-old.
Hip No. 441, gr. or ro. c., by Unbridled’s Song—Amen Hallelujah, by Montbrook, consigned by Woods Edge Farm, agent.
Multiple Grade 2 winner Amen Hallelujah’s first foal. After having this colt, the mare sold in foal to Distorted Humor for $950,000 at the 2013 Keeneland November sale.
Hip No. 456, b. f., by Unbridled’s Song—Ask the Moon, by Malibu Moon, consigned by Woods Edge Farm, agent.
Ask the Moon, a two-time Grade 1 winner who sold as a broodmare prospect for $800,000 in 2011, had this filly as her first foal, then brought $1.8 million in foal to War Front at the 2013 Keeneland November sale.
Hip No. 460, dk. b. or br. c., by Bernardini—Ava Knowsthecode, by Cryptoclearance, consigned by Valkyre Stud, agent for Oakbrook Farm.
The reputation of dam Ava Knowsthecode has steadily grown at auction as her runners continue to prove themselves on the track, including Grade 1 winner Justin Philip, Grade 2 winner Keyed Entry, and Grade 3 winners Successful Mission and Algorithms. Encrypt, a half-brother by Tapit, commanded $1.2 million at last year’s Keeneland September sale.
Hip No. 573, gr. or ro. f., by Mizzen Mast—Deceptive, by Clever Trick, consigned by Four Star Sales, agent for Joe Perrotta.
Two-time Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint winner Mizdirection is a full sister to this filly and brought $2.7 million as a broodmare prospect following her second Breeders’ Cup win. The dam has produced five winners from as many foals to race, including stakes winner Hurricane Bernie.
Hip No. 575, dk. b. or br. c., by Street Cry—Delta Princess, by A.P. Indy, Property of Adena Springs.
This colt is a half-brother to three-time champion Royal Delta, bred on a similar Mr. Prospector-line cross. The late dam, Delta Princess, has had three foals eclipse seven figures at public auction, including Khozan, a Distorted Humor colt who brought $1 million at this year’s Fasig-Tipton Florida select juvenile sale.
Hip No. 589, dk. b. or br. f., by Medaglia d’Oro—Dowry, by Belong to Me, Property of Royal Oak Farm.
Grade 1 winner Nereid and Grade 1-placed stakes winner Sea Queen are half-sisters to this filly. The former sold for $1.3 million to register the second-highest price of the 2013 Keeneland January sale.
Hip No. 598, ch. f., by Sea The Stars—Dress Uniform, by Red Ransom, consigned by Gainesway, agent for Mt. Brilliant Farm.
One of two offerings in the sale by Irish stallion Sea The Stars. This Irish-bred filly is out of Dress Uniform, who is a sister to three stakes producers and has had two of her three foals bring $300,000 or more at auction.
Hip No. 616, ch. c., by Pulpit—Enchanted Rock, by Giant’s Causeway, consigned by Gainesway, agent.
This colt from the final crop of late sire Pulpit is a full brother to Grade 2 winner El Padrino and a half-brother to the multiple Grade 1 winner Verrazano.
Hip No. 624, b. f., by Medaglia d’Oro—Evening Jewel, by Northern Afleet, consigned by Taylor Made Sales, agent for Aaron and Marie Jones.
The first foal out of two-time Grade 1 winner Evening Jewel and from the family of Grade 1 winners General Challenge and Notable Career.
Hip No. 680, b. c., by War Front—Gold Vault, by Arch, consigned by Claiborne Farm, agent.
Multiple Grade 1 winner Contested is a half-sister to this colt and went on to sell as a broodmare prospect for $2.3 million. The 2012 Keeneland September sale featured Mosler, a full brother who sold for $1.05 million.
Hip No. 704, gr. or ro. f., by Tapit—Heat Lightning, by Summer Squall, consigned by Bluegrass Thoroughbred Services, agent.
This filly is bred on a similar A.P. Indy-line cross as her half-brothers, champion Stevie Wonderboy and Group 3 winner Theyskens’ Theory. A Bernardini colt out of Heat Lightning sold for $650,000 at last year’s Keeneland September sale.
Hip No. 747, b. c., by Galileo—Justenuffheart, by Broad Brush, consigned by Lane’s End, agent for Mr. Brilliant Farm.
This Irish-bred colt is out of multiple stakes winner Justenuffheart, who is the dam of champion Dreaming of Anna and Grade 2 winners Lewis Michael and Justenuffhumor, plus a half-sister to leading sire Kitten’s Joy. Her most recent foal to sell at auction, Crowned Heart, by Distorted Humor, sold for $500,000 at the 2012 Keeneland September sale.
Hip No. 749, gr. or ro. c., by Tapit—Justwhistledixie, by Dixie Union, consigned by Clearsky Farms, agent.
A half-brother to Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner New Year’s Day. Multiple Grade 2 winner Justwhistledixie’s two foals prior to this colt brought $425,000 and $600,000 at public auction.
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