04/20/2015 6:36AM

SirePowered Results: Speightstown

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WinStar homebred Speightster earns a 90 Beyer for his seven-length win in a maiden race on Friday at Keeneland.

WinStar Farm unveiled a promising runner on Friday at Keeneland when homebred Speightster rolled by seven lengths in his career debut. The 3-year-old colt is a son of champion sprinter Speightstown, who stands at the Versailles, Ky., farm.

According to Daily Racing Form’s SirePowered Results, runners by Speightstown found the winner’s circle eight times between April 1 and April 17. Speightster was among the most impressive of that group, earning a Beyer Speed Figure of 90 for his debut win. The colt is a half-brother to stakes winners West Coast Swing and Paiota Falls. Their dam, the unraced Danzig mare Dance Swiftly, is a full sister to Canadian Triple Crown winner Dance Smartly, a champion and blue hen; and a half-sister to the late Grade 1 winner Smart Strike, a perennial leading sire.

The highest Beyer for a Speightstown winner through the early weeks of April was earned by Rock Fall, who posted a 109 while romping by nine lengths in an optional-claiming event at Keeneland on Saturday. It was the fourth consecutive win, dating back to last May, for the lightly raced colt, with all those victories coming at six furlongs. Rock Fall, bred by SF Bloodstock and now owned by Stonestreet Stables, is out of the multiple stakes-winning Medaglia d’Oro mare Renda.

Speightstown's other winners this month are Force the Pass, who won the Cutler Bay Stakes at Gulfstream Park on April 1; Thinking of Girls, who won an allowance at Penn National on April 3; Nagzilla, who won an allowance at Hawthorne on April 11; Faringdon Circle, who won an allowance at Woodbine on April 12; Recepta, who won an allowance at Keeneland on April 12; and Velvet Tie, who won a maiden special weight race at Pimlico on Saturday.

Speightstown earned the Eclipse Award as champion sprinter of 2004, when his five stakes victories were highlighted by a score in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint at Lone Star Park. He retired to WinStar the following spring and has sired the earners of more than $58.6 million, including 68 stakes winners, to date. His stud career is highlighted by two-time Canadian champion Essence Hit Man; Grade 1 winners such as Golden Ticket, Haynesfield, Dance to Bristol, Jersey Town, Seek Again, and Poseidon's Warrior; Dubai Golden Shaheen winner Reynaldothewizard; and Godolphin Mile winner Tamarkuz.

Get complete results for Speightstown and other stallions using DRF’s SirePowered Results. To access the tool, click here.