04/15/2015 2:14PM

OBS April: Twelve match top mark as breeze show continues

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A 12-pack of juveniles completed one-furlong breezes in :10 seconds flat on Wednesday as the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. spring 2-year-olds in training sale reached its midway point.

After the third of six sessions, a total of 20 horses were tied for the fastest time over an eighth of a mile on the Ocala Training Center’s all-weather Safetrack surface.

Following are the 12 horses that tied for the fastest furlong during Wednesday’s breeze show.

► Brindisi, a colt from the first crop of sire D’Funnybone, and the second foal out of the stakes-placed Silver Deputy mare Shakaleena. Consigned by Kings Equine as agent for Wellspring Stables, the New York-bred Brindisi is from the family of Grade 2 winner Gourami and Grade 3 winners Phil the Grip and Uncle Denny.

► A Tale of the Cat filly out of the unraced Mineshaft mare She’s Mine, whose first foal to race is a winner. The family includes Argentine champion Fontana, Argentine classic winner Fontemar, and Argentine Group 1 winners First One and Flirteador. Wavertree Stables consigns the filly as agent.

► An Old Fashioned filly out of the winning Storm Boot mare Shezastormin. The dam has produced one winner from two runners, and the extended family includes champion Queen of the Stage. She is consigned by Harris Training Center, agent.

► It’s My Pleasure, a Sky Mesa filly who is the third foal out of the unraced Songandaprayer mare Songandashinyband. Consigned by de Meric Sales, agent, the Florida-bred filly is from the family of multiple Grade 1 winner Shine Again and Grade 2 winners Shiny Band and American History.

► A Quality Road filly out of the Grade 3-placed Dixie Union mare Southern Flu, whose two foals to race are winners. Her page also includes Grade 1 winners Pattern Step and Archarcharch and Grade 2 winners Karibu Gardens and Motley. Top Line Sales consigns the filly as agent for Small Batch Thoroughbreds.

► Start a Commotion, a Super Saver filly out of the winning Cozzene mare Start a Revolution, who has had one winner from two foals to race. Consigned by McKathan Bros., agent, Start a Commotion is from the family of Grade 3 winner Adhocracy.

► A Street Boss filly out of the unplaced Crafty Prospector mare Sweet Sierra. The dam’s seven winners from eight foals to race are highlighted by multiple stakes winner Golden Country, and the extended family includes Grade 2 winner Latour and Grade 3 winner Liberty Gold. She is consigned by Grassroots Training and Sales, agent.

► A Lemon Drop Kid colt out of the Grade 3-winning Menifee mare Tattinger Rose, who has two winners from three foals to race. The page includes Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies winner Twilight Ridge, Grade 2 winner La Rosa, and Grade 3 winner Le Bernardin. He is consigned as agent by de Meric Sales.

► Cotton Mill, a High Cotton colt out of the winning Yes It’s True mare That’s So Funny, who has one winner from two foals to race. Grade 2 winners On To Royalty and Meritocrat are part of the Florida-bred’s extended family, and he is consigned by Harris Training Center, agent.

► A colt from the first crop of sire Here Comes Ben, out of the unraced Storm Boot mare Thundersnow. He is a sibling to one winner from two foals to race and the page also includes Chilean Group 1 winner Mocita Mia. The New York-bred is consigned by Rick Lopez Training & Sales.

► A City Zip colt out of the unraced Tiznow mare Tizado, whose first foal to race is a winner. Consigned by Parrish Farms, agent, the colt is from the family of Grade 3 winner Halo’s Image.

► Infinite Mischief, an Into Mischief colt out of the winning Royal Applause mare Top Royelle, whose two foals to race are both winners, including stakes-placed Fifth of April. The Illinois-bred’s extended family includes Italian classic winner Ivyanna and Japanese Group 3-placed Toshi Candy. Niall Brennan Stables consigns the colt as agent.

While the top of the list became crowded amongst the workers at one furlong, an Any Given Saturday filly broke through among those breezing two furlongs, becoming the first juvenile of this year’s breeze show to cover the distance in :20 4/5 seconds.

The dark bay or brown filly is out of the Grade 3-placed stakes-winning Dayjur mare Tequila’s Dayjur, and she is from the family of stakes winners Clear Copy, Half High, Amherst Wayside, Michislew, and Fast Gin Fizz. Eddie Woods consigns the filly as agent.

The OBS spring breeze show continues daily through April 18, with each session beginning at 8 a.m. Eastern. The sale will be held April 21-24, starting each day at 10:30 a.m.

To view the full results from Wednesday’s breeze show, click here.