05/17/2017 3:12PM

Seven juveniles breeze a furlong in 10 seconds for Maryland sale

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The magic number for an eighth of a mile remained at 10 seconds flat during the second breeze show for the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale of 2-year-olds in training, with seven juveniles achieving that time Tuesday.

Those horses joined the two who set the bar during Monday’s breeze show. The final under-tack show is Thursday. The juveniles breezed on the five-eighths dirt track at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium.

Following are the seven horses to tie for Tuesday’s fastest furlong:

• Hip 198, a Majestic Warrior colt out of the winning Royal Academy mare Vassar, whose six foals to race are all winners, including Grade 3-placed stakes winners Stormy Liberal and Shimmering Moment, Grade 1-placed Coast Guard, and stakes-placed Garifine. Irish classic winner Saffron Walden, Grade 1 winner Insight, and French Group 1 winner Dolphin Street are in the extended family. Wavertree Stables consigns the colt as agent.

• Hip 199, a first-crop Paynter colt out of the stakes-winning Pollard's Vision mare Vertical Vision, whose two foals to race are both winners, including stakes-placed Vertical Oak. Grade 2-placed Saratoga Mischief can be found in his extended family. Crupi's New Castle Farm consigns the colt as agent.

• Hip 236, a Quality Road colt who is the first foal out of the stakes-placed Malibu Moon mare Akron Moon. Champion Johnny D. is in the extended family, as are Australian Group 1 winners Titanic Jack and Sober Suit and Grade 2 winner Stardusk. He is consigned by Wavertree Stables, agent.

• Hip 255, a Mineshaft colt out of the winning Arch mare Aurora Prospect, whose first foal to race is a winner. The page features French champion Caerleon, Grade 1 winners Vision and Scan, Group 2 winner Merce Cunningham, and Grade/Group 3 winners Just Pretending and The Leopard. Kings Equine is the consignor as agent.

• Hip 264, a first-crop Flat Out filly out of the stakes-winning Beau Genius mare Beau Watch, who is the dam of one winner from two foals to race. Argentine Group 1 winner Gran Estreno is in the extended family, as are two-time Puerto Rican Horse of the Year Soy Conquistador and Grade 3 winner Grab the Prize. Paul Sharp consigns the filly as agent.

• Hip 317, a Forefathers filly out of the unraced Successful Appeal mare Cofresi Tesoro, who has had one winner from three runners. The Louisiana-bred filly is from the family of Grade 1 winners Purge, Jersey Girl, and Jersey Town; Grade 2 winner Valid Wager; and Grade/Group 3 winners Valid Expectations, Little Sister, and St Petersburg. SBM Training and Sales consigns the filly as agent.

• Hip 373, a first-crop Orb colt out of the winning Cherokee Run mare Extra Sharp, whose two foals to race are winners, including Grade 3-placed Colonel Sharp. His second dam is seven-time Grade 1 winner Sharp Cat, and the page also includes Grade 1 winner Royal Anthem and Grade 3 winner Star Recruit. He is consigned by Crupi's New Castle Farm, agent.

Four horses tied for the fastest time at a quarter-mile, each hitting the mark in 21 2/5 seconds. Tuesday’s session brought the total number of two-furlong workers tied for the overall fastest time to six.

Following are Tuesday’s fastest juveniles at a quarter-mile:

• Hip 220, a Super Saver filly out of the stakes-winning Is It True mare Wish It Were, whose four winners include stakes winner Ancient Rome and stakes-placed Little Hitman. Grade 3 winner Blowing Rock is in the extended family of this filly, who is consigned by Kirkwood Stables, agent.

• Hip 227, a Pioneerof the Nile filly out of the winning Yonaguska mare Yong Musician, whose three foals to race are all winners, including Peruvian Group 1-placed Kingdom Road and Grade 3-placed Co Cola. Grade 1 winner Mind Your Biscuits is the highlight of this filly's extended family. Old South Farm consigns her as agent.

• Hip 241, a Gio Ponti filly out of the stakes-winning Unusual Heat mare America's Friend, whose first foal to race is a winner. Eisaman Equine, agent, consigns the filly, who hails from the family of Grade 1-placed stakes winner Bel Air Sizzle.

•  Hip 349, a first-crop Paynter colt out of the winning Bernardini mare Dreamcaster, from the family of French Group 1 winner Assessor, Irish Group 2 winner Valley Forge, and English Group 3 winner Pitcairn. Wavertree Stables consigns the colt as agent.

The under-tack show concludes Thursday, beginning at 8 a.m. Eastern. The auction will be held Monday and Tuesday, with an 11 a.m. start time.

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

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