09/07/2007 12:00AM

Young sires in Keeneland catalog

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New York stallions Read the Footnotes and Ten Most Wanted, who both stand at Sequel Stallions New York in Hudson, are represented by first-crop yearlings at this week's Keeneland sale.

The Keeneland September yearling sale begins Monday and concludes on Sept. 25.

Among the five by Read the Footnotes in the catalog is a New York-bred filly out of Sultry Secret, by Nijinsky, from the consignment of Burleson Farms LLC, agent.

Sultry Secret is a half-sister to Grade 1 millionaires Sultry Song and Solar Splendor, as well as Grade 3 winner Strategic Mission.

Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent, is selling a New York-bred colt by Ten Most Wanted out of stakes winner Anclote, by Twining.

Ten Most Wanted is represented by 24 yearlings in the catalog.

Among the 92 New York-breds cataloged at Keeneland September is a colt by Elusive Quality consigned by Burleson Farms LLC, agent. He is out of I Love New York, by Deputy Minister, and his dam, Antespend, won the Grade 1 Del Mar Oaks and Grade 1 Santa Anita Oaks and is the mother of New York-bred Friends Lake, winner of the Grade 1 Florida Derby.

Mission Approved takes graded stakes

New York-bred Mission Approved won the Grade 3 Saranac Stakes at Saratoga on Sept. 2 in his first appearance in graded company.

Bred and owned by William F. Coryo, Mission Approved, a son of With Approval, led all the way in the 1 3/16-mile turf race.

The 3-year-old Mission Approved raised his earnings to $165,332 with a record of 4-1-1 from 8 starts.

Mission Approved began his career by winning on the Aqueduct inner dirt on March 10, and has also won on the Belmont main track and turf course in addition to the Spa turf. He is out of Fortunate Find, by Fortunate Prospect. Fortunate Find is a half-sister to stakes-placed Jenelle.

Third dam Sunrise Sue, by Grey Dawn II, is the mother of El Senor, a multiple Grade 1 winner whose victories included the Hialeah Turf Cup and Sword Dancer Handicap.

New York-bred Pays to Dream, who earlier won the open Glow Stakes at Saratoga over Mission Approved, finished third in the Saranac.

Finger Lakes holds Futurity preps

By the Light and Law Enforcement won the Lady Fingers and Aspirant stakes, respectively, on Labor Day at Finger Lakes Race Track.

They are the prep races for the $200,000 New York Breeders Futurity at Finger Lakes on Oct. 6.

By the Light, purchased for $190,000 at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Eastern fall yearling sale, is a daughter of Malibu Moon bred by Paul Rothfuss and owned by Jay Em Ess Stable. She is out of Dixie Tempo, by Major Impact. Dixie Tempo is a full sister to Queen of Wilshire, winner of the Grade 3 Hawthorne Handicap.

This rich family includes champion Heavenly Cause, former New York sires Jacques Who and Bounding Basque, and top sire Two Punch.

By the Light raised her career earnings to $82,695 and is unbeaten in two starts, having won her maiden at Belmont Park on July 17 for trainer Richard Dutrow Jr.

Law Enforcement, a member of the first crop of Posse, was bred by his owner, Camelia Casby. He is out of the unraced mare Zambezi Belle, by Lord at War.

This family includes Grade 3 Jersey Belle Handicap winner Unknown Heiress, top sire Seeking the Gold, champion Queen of the Stage and the brilliant Reviewer.

Trained by Mark Hennig, Law Enforcement is also unbeaten, having won his maiden at Belmont Park on July 20, and has earnings of $82,935.

Accountforthegold headed to Dubai

The top New York-bred older runner Accountforthegold has been purchased by Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin Racing.

The 5-year-old Accountforthegold is expected to participate in Dubai's International Racing Carnival, which gets under way in January.

Winner of the New York Derby in 2005 and Grade 3 Stuyvesant Handicap in 2006, he was owned by Winning Move Stable and Harold Lerner, and was bred by Sez Who Thoroughbreds.

By Successful Appeal, Accountforthegold is out of Accountess, by Private Account.