A full brother to Grade 1 winner Pretty City Dancer was announced as a late scratch during Monday&rsquo;s session at the Fasig&#45;Tipton Kentucky fall yearling sale and will be pointed toward a sale of 2&#45;year&#45;olds in training next year.The chestnut colt is by leading commercial sire Tapit and out of the unraced Carson City mare Pretty City. He appeared to be a popular choice to top the sale, being one of three horses in the catalog by Tapit and a sibling to two Grade 1 winners &ndash; the other being Lear&rsquo;s Princess, by Lear Fan. He was also scratched from the Keeneland September yearling sale this year.Gainesway, which stands Tapit, bred the colt in Kentucky and consigned him as agent.&ldquo;We just think he&rsquo;s going to be a better 2&#45;year&#45;old in training, basically,&rdquo; said Michael Hernon, Gainesway&rsquo;s director of sales. &ldquo;We kicked it back and forth and thought we&rsquo;d rather go put a saddle on him. He&rsquo;s got a big update, and that horse might well go on. We&rsquo;ll look to sell him in a 2&#45;year&#45;old sale, probably March or April next year.&rdquo;Hernon said a decision as to which consignor would handle the colt during the juvenile sale season would be determined later.