11/02/2007 12:00AM

Maybry's Boy starts at $2,500

EmailMaybry's Boy will begin his stud career at Highcliff Farm in Delanson, N.Y., where his fee for the 2008 season will be $2,500, live foal.

The son of multiple Grade 1 winner and top sire Broad Brush is owned by Randy Hill's RCH Stables and captured the Grade 3 Spectacular Bid Stakes during his career.

Maybry's Boy is out of Aly's Conquest, by Alydar, and earned $322,700 with eight wins in his career.

"He offers breeders a real opportunity for outcrossing and has a rich and deep pedigree," said Suzie O'Cain of Highcliff Farm.

Hill purchased the speedy runner for $220,000 at Keeneland's September yearling sale in 2000.

His sire, Broad Brush, won the Santa Anita and Suburban handicaps and is keeping the Domino line alive in American breeding.

Broad Brush's son Include is a promising young sire who won the Grade 1 Pimlico Special. Include is the sire of Grade 1 winners Cash Run and Panty Raid.

Aly's Conquest, who placed in the Gradeo2 Vagrancy Handicap to champion Sky Beauty, is a daughter of Am Capable, by Icecapade. Winner of the Affectionately and Distaff handicaps, both Grade 3 events in New York, Am Capable also is the dam of stakes winner Iroquois Park.

Am Capable is a half-sister to Rue De Palm, winner of the Grade 2 Del Mar Debutante.

This family traces back to Man o' War's daughter Boat, who produced five stakes winners. That group included Gulfstream Park Handicap winner Rampart, Metropolitan Handicap winner Greek Ship, and Florida Derby winner Sky Ship.

Milfer Farm buys Golden Missile

Milfer Farm, owned and operated by Jonathan H.F. Davis, has purchased the young stallion Golden Missile. The son of A.P. Indy will stand the 2008 breeding season for a fee of $7,500.

Winner of the Grade 1 Pimlico Special during his career, Golden Missile earned $2,194,510 with a record of 7-7-4 in 25 starts. He also won the Widener and Stephen Foster handicaps. He finished third in the 1999 Breeders' Cup Classic, ahead of such top runners as Chester House, Almutawakel, Lemon Drop Kid, and Behrens.

Golden Missile's sire, A.P. Indy, is establishing himself as a sire of sires. For example, the A.P. Indy stallion Pulpit is the sire of Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile winner Corinthian.

Golden Missile is out of Santa Catalina, by Cure the Blues. Santa Catalina won the Shirley Jones and First Lady handicaps, both Grade 3 events, and earned $290,123 in her career.

Davis stood the late Cure the Blues at Milfer Farm, in Unadilla, N.Y.

Golden Missile is the sire of In the Gold, winner of the Grade 1 Gazelle Handicap, from his first crop to race, which are foals of 2002.

He is also the sire of Inspiring, winner of the Grade 3 Sorrento Stakes.

Hennessy colt sells for $165,000

A son of Hennessy who sold for $165,000 topped the New York contingent at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky fall yearling sale in Lexington on Oct. 22-23.

Consigned by Woods Edge Farm (Peter O'Callaghan), agent, he was bought by Longhorn Ranch.

He is a half-brother to graded stakes winner Mighty Beau, whose dam, Mighty Lode, is by Lode. Mighty Beau, winner of the Grade 3 Aegon Turf Sprint, is out of a half-sister to the New York-bred runner Romantic Rogue, winner of the New York Stallion Stakes Great White Way division.

The late New York stallion Phone Trick, who stood at Milfer Farm, sired a colt purchased for $75,000. Consigned by Legacy Bloodstock, agent, and purchased by Michael Shustek, he is out of The Lady Is Red, by Eastern Echo.

The Lady Is Red is a half-sister to stakes-placed Raised Silently.

Also sold at $75,000 was a colt by Smoke Glacken, consigned by Bilinski & Zaretsky, Highclere Sales, agent. He was purchased by Vinery Stables and is out of the Jade Hunter mare Desert Jade.

The stakes-winning second dam Mitsubishi Vision, by Cure the Blues, has produced stakes winners Tropic Lightning and Tipper Too.