12/02/2005 12:00AM

Several fashionably bred weanlings available

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More than 40 New York-bred weanlings are cataloged to the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic December winter mixed sale that begins Sunday in Timonium, Md. They will be sold during the weanling session, which starts 10 a.m. Monday.

Several prominent New York pedigrees are represented in the contingent, including a Wheelaway colt whose dam, Made for Eachother, is a half-sister to statebred Prospector's Flag, winner of the Grade 3 Discovery Handicap in 1993.

Prospector's Flag was by Personal Flag, who at the time stood in New York at John Hettinger's Akindale Farm.

Jeffrey T. Minton, the consignor of the Wheelaway colt, also is the agent for two City Zip weanlings with strong ties to the Empire State.

There is a filly out of Sugar Blues, a daughter of Personal Flag who is a half-sister to New York-bred Jazzing Around, winner of the Riva Ridge Stakes and stakes-placed in several graded events while earning nearly $450,000.

The City Zip weanling colt is out of Travellin' Along, a daughter of Silver Ghost who is out of multiple stakes-placed New York-bred Movin Along.

Movin Along is the dam of Move It Now, winner of the Albany Handicap and from a family that includes statebred Warfie, winner of the Grade 2 Long Island Handicap and stakes-placed in the Grade 1 Ladies Handicap.

Another from the Minton consignment is a filly by Belmont Stakes winner Victory Gallop out of So Long Dearie, by D'Accord.

This is a classy state family, as So Long Dearie is a full sister to Lady D'Accord, winner of the Grade 2 Bed o' Roses Handicap and an earner of $590,138 during a career with several Grade 1 placings.

So Long Dearie is a half-sister to Missymooiloveyou, winner of the Grade 3 Miss Grillo Stakes and, like Lady D'Accord, a New York-bred.

Thomas Gallo Sales Agency LLC, as agent, is the consignor of a weanling filly from the first crop of Repent whose dam, Our Claddagh, is a half-sister to the brilliant New York-bred Carson Hollow, winner of the Grade 1 Prioress Stakes.

Statebreds succeed in open company

Three New York-breds added to this year's long list of accomplishments in open company at Aqueduct during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Cinderella's Dream finished second in the Grade 2 Demoiselle Stakes at 1 1/8 miles in her first venture into open company.

One of the state's leading 2-year-old fillies this year, she has now won 3 of 4 starts and earned $133,600.

In her previous start, Cinderella's Dream won the $100,000 Maid of the Mist for owner WinStar Farm and trainer Todd Pletcher.

Bred by Sez Who Thoroughbreds, she is a daughter of New York sire Prime Timber, who stands at the farm in Stillwater, N.Y.

Cinderella's Dream is out of Broadway Hoofer, a daughter of state sire Belong to Me, and a half-sister to stakes winners Broadway's Top Gun and Broadway Chief.

Parkhimonbroadway finished third in the Grade 2 Remsen Stakes at 1 1/8 miles, following placings in the restricted Bertram F. Bongard and Sleepy Hollow.

Earlier this year, Parkhimonbroadway, a son of Ecton Park, was fourth in the Grade 2 Saratoga Special as a maiden.

Parkhimonbroadway was bred and is owned by Leonard Friedman and trained by Michael Hushion.

He is out of the multiple winner Miss Broad, a daughter of Broad Brush whose dam Happy Hollow Miss was a stakes winner and graded stakes placed.

Third dam Shalimar Gardens, by Raise a Native, produced stakes winner Breezing On.

Parkhimonbroadway has earnings of $89,370 with a record of 1-1-3 from 6 starts.

Seeking the Ante has been a leading New York-bred 3-year-old filly all season, and continued her good form by finishing third in the Grade 2 Top Flight Handicap at one mile.

She was the only 3-year-old in the field of eight fillies and mares.

Bred and owned by Chester and Mary Broman, Seeking the Ante is trained by John C. Kimmel. She sent her career earnings to $392,830; this season she has won 5 of 11 starts and won or placed in three graded stakes races.

By Seeking the Gold, Seeking the Ante is out of Antespend, a millionaire and multiple Grade 1 winner on turf and dirt.

Antespend is also the dam of Friends Lake, winner of the Grade 1 Florida Derby in 2004 for the Bromans.

To date, there are 87 New York-bred open stakes performers in 2005, with 128 on-the-board finishes in open stakes races.