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Six tie for fastest furlong at Fasig-Tipton Florida breeze show
By Joe Nevills
A sextet of juveniles tied for the fastest one-furlong time on Friday during the Fasig-Tipton Florida selected 2-year-olds in training sale at the Palm Meadows Training Center in Boynton Beach, Fla., each clocking in at ten seconds flat.
A pair of Malibu Moon foals stopped the clock with the fastest time, including a filly out of the multiple stakes-winning Valid Appeal mare Miz United States, the dam of seven winners from nine to race. Consigned by de Meric Sales, agent, the bay filly is a half-sister to Grade 3-placed winner Ameribelle, and comes from the family of Grade 2 winner Fit for a Queen, classic-placed stakes winner and sire Royal Assault, multiple stakes winner Stolen Prayer, and Mexican champion Hungria.
Also finishing in ten seconds flat by Malibu Moon was the second colt out of the winning Petionville mare Right Place, whose first foal is a winner. The dark bay or brown colt, consigned by Classic Bloodstock, agent, is from the family of multiple Grade 2 winner Runway Model and Grade or Group 3 winners Sea Ditty, M B Sea, and Lady Mere.
Eddie Woods, as agent, consigned an Indian Charlie colt who tied for the fastest furlong, out of the Deputy Minister mare Trusty Lady, whose four winners from five to race include Grade 3-placed winner Trendy Lady. His page also includes Grade 1 winner Kool Arrival and Grade 2 winner Klassy Kim.
The ten-second mark was also hit by an Exchange Rate colt out of the winning Dixie Union mare Bubbly Baily, whose first foal to race is a winner. Notable members of the gray or roan colt’s family include champion and sire Smoke Glacken, Grade 2 winner and current Kentucky Derby trail horse Vyjack, Grade 3 winner and sire Disco Rico, and Grade 2 winners Smokey Glacken, Crown of Thorns, and Miss Slewpy. He is consigned by Wavertree Stables, agent.
A Lemon Drop Kid colt out of the Grade 3-winning Menifee mare Burnish also registered the co-fastest time of the under-tack show. The dark bay or brown colt is a sibling to one winner from two to race, and comes from the family of Grade 2 winner Bright Launch, Grade 3 winners Bright Valour and Nistle’s Crunch, stakes winner Burnished Bright, and Panamanian champions Blessink and Siphonica. He is also consigned by Wavertree Stables, agent.
Rounding out the fastest times for an eight of a mile was an A.P. Indy filly, that is the first foal out of the Grade 3-placed, multiple stakes-winning Mr. Greeley mare Foxy Danseur. Consigned by Stephens Thoroughbreds, agent, the dark bay or brown filly is from the family of Grade 1 winner Personal Business, Grade 2 winner Any Limit, and Grade 3 winner In Conference.
The fastest time for a two-furlong breeze came courtesy of an Old Fashioned colt, who completed the quarter-mile workout in :21.40 seconds. The chestnut colt, consigned by Crupi’s New Castle Farm, is out of the winning Coronado’s Quest mare Teruko, who has produced two winners from as many to race, including Grade 3-placed multiple stakes winner Safe Trip. His most successful family members include Grade 1 winners Will’s Way, Tizway, and Willa on the Move, as well as Group 2 winner November Rain and Grade/Group 3 winners Tong Po, Undermine, and Holberg.
The one-session Fasig-Tipton Florida sale will commence on Monday, March 25 at noon Eastern at the Palm Meadows Training Center.
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