04/06/2015 7:36AM

SirePowered Results: Blame

Tom Keyser
March wins the Grade 3 Bay Shore Stakes at Aqueduct on Saturday.

A big day of racing in the United States became a big day for young sire Blame, as he posted winners at two major tracks.

According to Daily Racing Form’s SirePowered Results, Blame was represented on Saturday by March, winner of the Grade 3 Bay Shore Stakes at Aqueduct with a Beyer Speed Figure of 89; and later, Conquest Archangel, who captured a maiden special weight at Keeneland with a 75.

March, who held off favored Lord Nelson in the Bay Shore, won for the second time in four career starts. The colt, bred in Kentucky by Lakland Farm, is out of the Unbridled’s Song mare Lifeinthefastlane. He now races for owner Robert LaPenta.

March become the second career stakes winner for Blame, whose son Far From Over captured the Grade 3 Withers Stakes in February at Aqueduct. The colt was knocked off the Triple Crown trail with a fracture.

Blame, sired by Claiborne stallion Arch, raced as a homebred for the historic farm and longtime partner Adele Dilschneider. The horse put together a championship campaign in 2010 when he won four graded stakes, scoring Grade 1 triumphs in the Stephen Foster Handicap and Whitney Handicap before handing Zenyatta her only career defeat in that fall’s Breeders' Cup Classic. Blame entered stud at Claiborne in 2011 and thus far has sired 14 winners from his first crop.

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