06/14/2013 5:41PM

OBS June sale: Six tie for fastest furlong at first breeze show


Six horses completed a one-furlong breeze in :10 seconds flat on Friday during the first day of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. June sale of 2-year-olds in training and horses of racing age pre-sale under-tack show.

The following horses stopped the clock with the co-fastest furlong of the day over the Ocala Training Center’s synthetic Safetrack surface:

- Hip No. 38, a Successful Appeal colt, out of the Mr. Greeley mare Mrs. Greeley, who is the dam of six winners from seven foals to race. The dark bay or brown colt is a full brother to Closing Argument, a Grade 3 winner and runner-up in the 2005 Kentucky Derby. Consigned by Wavertree Stables, agent, the colt is also from the family of multiple Grade 2 winner Carmandia.

- Hip No. 42, a Ready’s Image colt out of the winning Prospector’s Music mare Music Miss, who has produced three winners from as many foals to race, including stakes-placed winners Best Air and Sheza Runaway Star. The Ohio-bred colt, consigned by Rod McVey, agent, also lists stakes winner Runaway Rosie among his notable family members.

- Hip No. 97, a Mizzen Mast filly out of the Exploit mare Pink Moon, who is the dam of two winners from three foals to race. Consigned by Potrero Stables, agent, the gray or roan filly’s page also includes Grade 1 winners Very Subtle, High Schemes and Pool Land and Grade 2 winner Broad Dynamite.

- Hip No 131, an Empire Maker filly out of the winning Old Trieste mare Regala Di Trieste, the dam of four winners from three foals to race, including stakes-placed winner My Lady Lauren. The filly’s second dam is stakes winner Star of Goshen, who is the dam of Grade 1 winner and 2009 Kentucky Derby runner-up Pioneerof the Nile and multiple Grade 2-placed winner Forefathers, both sires. She is consigned by Eisaman Equine, agent.

- Hip No. 158, Storm Viper, a Stormy Atlantic colt who is the second foal out of the Silver Deputy mare Satin Sash. Consigned by Hoppel’s Horse & Cattle Co., Storm Viper, a Louisiana-bred, is from the family of Canadian champion Leonnatus Anteas, Group 1 winner Noalcoholic, and Group 3 winners Leo’s Starlet and Sandy’s Charm.

- Hip No. 176, a First Samurai colt out of the Dynaformer mare Shoo In, whose first foal to race is a winner. The bay colt, consigned by Wavertree Stables, agent, is from the family of Grade 1 winner Rose’s Cantina and Fancy Naskra.

A pair of horses led the way among those who breezed a quarter-mile, covering the distance in :21 seconds flat:

- Hip No. 53, Imprecision, a More Than Ready colt out of the stakes-placed winning Brahms mare No Lullaby, who is the dam of one winner from one foal to race. Consigned by de Meric Sales, agent, Imprecision’s notable family members include multiple Grade 3 winner Elusive Diva.

- Hip No. 82, an Even the Score filly who is the first foal out of the Indian Charlie mare Pata Fresca. The Louisiana-bred dark bay or brown filly’s page lists stakes winners Calleybluebayou, Garden Music, Pan Piper, Echelon Jr., and Frisky Purchase. She is consigned by Southern Chase Farm, agent.

The OBS June under-tack show continues on Saturday at the Ocala Training Center, beginning at 7:30 a.m. Eastern, and it concludes on Sunday at the same starting time. The two-day auction will be held Tuesday, June 18 and Wednesday, June 19, with each session beginning at 10:30 a.m.

For complete results from the first under-tack show, click here.