02/29/2016 4:23PM

Ten tie for fastest breeze time at Fasig-Tipton Florida sale

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Barbara Livingston
Hip 154, a colt by Bodemeister, breezes in :10 seconds flat.

A year after just one horse covered an eighth of a mile in :10 seconds flat during the Fasig-Tipton Florida selected 2-year-olds in training sale’s under-tack show at Gulfstream Park, a total ten horses hit that mark on Monday in advance of this year’s sale. The Fasig-Tipton sale will be held at Gulfstream on Wednesday starting at 4:00 p.m. Eastern, with 154 horses cataloged.

Nine of the 10 juveniles to clock the co-fastest time worked during the first two of four sessions, when the breeze was lighter and before the sun dried out the track surface for the later sets.

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Following are the 10 juveniles to breeze the co-fastest time during Monday’s under-tack show.

-- Hip No 5, an Uncle Mo colt out of the stakes-winning Two Punch mare Five Star Dream. Cary Frommer as agent consigns the colt.

-- Hip No. 13, a Hard Spun colt out of the placed Gone West mare Grandma Martha, from the family of Grade 2 winners Magicalmysterycat, Nannerl, and Burmilla. Sequel Bloodstock consigns the colt as agent for Global Thoroughbreds.

-- Hip No. 26, a Malibu Moon filly out of the placed Johannesburg mare Jacey’s Reward, whose family includes Grade 1 winner Magical Fantasy. Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds consigns the filly as agent.

-- Hip No. 46, an Uncle Mo colt out of the placed Hennessy mare Miss Alondra, from the family of Grade 3 winner Meafara. He is consigned by SBM Training and Sales, agent.

-- Hip No. 77, Miss Haily, a New York-bred filly from the first crop of Mission Impazible, out of the winning Rodeo mare Rodeo’sbeenspotted, from the family of Grade 1 winner Palm Hut and Grade 3 winner Le Mi Geaux. Crane Thoroughbreds is the consignor, as agent.

-- Hip No. 112, a Speightstown filly out of the Grade 2-winning Maria’s Mon mare Well Monied, from the family of Grade 1 winner Nany’s Sweep. She sells as the property of Crupi’s New Castle Farm.

-- Hip No. 114, a Speightstown colt out of Grade 3-placed stakes-winning Unbridled’s Song mare Wild Hoots, whose page includes Grade 1 winner and sire Buddha. Wavertree Stables consigns the colt as agent.

-- Hip No. 121, an Uncle Mo filly out of the unraced Unbridled’s Song mare Aguilera, whose foals include the Grade 2-placed stakes winner Bluegrass Singer. Consigned by McKathan Bros., agent, the filly’s page also includes Grade 1 winner Kool Arrival and Grade 2 winner Klassy Kim.

-- Hip No. 133, a colt from the first crop of Bodemeister, out of the unraced Deputy Minister mare Blossomed, from the family of English Group 1 winner Peter Davies and Grade 3 winner Cinemine. McKathan Bros. consign the colt as agent.

-- Hip No. 154, a first-crop Bodemeister colt out of the winning El Prado mare Exceptionally, whose foals includes stakes winner Hooligan. Selling as property of Crupi’s New Castle Farm, the colt is from the family of Grade 2 winner Swingin on Ice.

To see the full list of under-tack results, click here.
http://www.fasigtipton.com/media/ee/docs/UTS/2016/undertack-fl2016.pdf