Hip No. 70, colt by Frosted &ndash; Kokadrie, by Coronado&rsquo;s Quest. Consigned by Pike Racing, agent. From the first crop of multiple Grade 1 winner Frosted, by emerging sire of sires Tapit, this is a half&#45;brother to Eclipse Award champion sprinter Kodiak Kowboy as well as to stakes winner Wilbo. Hip No. 194, colt by American Pharoah &ndash; Rehear, by Coronado&rsquo;s Quest. Consigned by Paul Sharp, agent. Triple Crown winner American Pharoah was last year&rsquo;s leading freshman sire. This colt is a half&#45;brother to Grade 1 winner Mani Bhavan, Grade 2 winner Hear the Ghost, Grade 1&#45;placed stakes winner Closing Bell, and stakes&#45;placed Dattt Echo.Hip No. 261, filly by Speightster &ndash; Spirituality, by Gemologist. Consigned by L.G., agent. Freshman sire Speightster was represented by a $1.1 million colt at the Ocala Breeders&rsquo; Sales Co.&rsquo;s spring auction earlier this month. This filly, who is the first foal out of a Grade 3&#45;placed juvenile, was one of seven juveniles tied for the fastest furlong at 10 seconds through two of three sessions of the Midlantic sale&rsquo;s under&#45;tack preview show.Hip No. 304, Silver Banshee, filly by Distorted Humor &ndash; Thedevil Wearsnada, by Uncle Mo. Consigned by SBM Training and Sales, agent. This filly has high residual value as a broodmare prospect, as Distorted Humor is a leading broodmare sire and she is from the immediate family of two of his prominent daughters. Thedevil Wearsnada is a half&#45;sister to Distorted Humor&rsquo;s Grade 1&#45;winning daughter Awesome Humor, a stakes producer. Also on the catalog page is the stallion&rsquo;s Group 3&#45;placed Baffled, dam of three stakes winners led by Grade 1 winner and young classic sire Constitution. Hip No. 319, filly by Into Mischief &ndash; Tizsomethingspecial, by Tiznow. Consigned by Scanlon Training and Sales, agent. Into Mischief, a perennial leading juvenile sire, claimed his first general sire title in 2019 and sits atop the list by North American earnings through the first half of 2020. This filly is the first foal out of a winning mare who is a half&#45;sister to graded stakes winner Bitumen and stakes winner Meshell. It is the immediate family of Grade 1 winner and sire Quality Road.Hip No. 331, colt by Not This Time &ndash; Truss, by Friends Lake. Consigned by Kings Equine, agent. Not This Time is leading the freshman sire list early and was represented by three juveniles sold for more than $500,000 at OBS spring, including the $1.35 million sale&#45;topper. This colt is from the family of Breeders&rsquo; Cup Filly and Mare Sprint winner Bar of Gold.Hip No. 366, filly by Frosted &ndash; Yawkey Way, by Grand Slam. Consigned by Hartley/deRenzo Thoroughbreds. This filly, who was originally entered in the Fasig&#45;Tipton Gulfstream sale, is a half&#45;sister to Breeders&rsquo; Cup Dirt Mile winner Spun to Run. Stakes winner Yawkey Way also is the dam of stakes winner Tap It All, also by a son of Tapit.Hip No. 476, filly by Munnings &ndash; Culinary, by El Amante. Consigned by Golden Rock, agent. Munnings is having an outstanding year, with five graded stakes winners, including Kentucky Oaks hopefuls Bonny South, Finite, and Venetian Harbor. This filly is out of a Grade 3&#45;winning juvenile who produced stakes&#45;winning juvenile Coastline, by Munnings&rsquo;s sire, Speightstown.Hip No. 558, colt by Nyquist &ndash; Citiview, by Citidancer. Consigned by Hoby and Layna Kight, agent. This colt, from the first crop of champion juvenile Nyquist, is a half&#45;brother to multiple Grade 1 winner Midnight Lucky. Their dam is a full sister to Grade 1 winner Hookedonthefeelin, dam of Grade 1 winners Pussycat Doll and Jimmy Creed.