Jammin Still Take Charge Indy&ndash;Cat&rsquo;s Garden, by Tale of the CatBred in Ontario by William D. Graham ($87,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase by Derek Chin)Take Charge Indy&rsquo;s son Everfast finished second in the Preakness Stakes three weeks ago and will start in Saturday&rsquo;s Belmont Stakes. Take Charge Indy also is the sire of Queen&rsquo;s Plate hopeful Jammin Still, giving the stallion the chance to chase classic wins in both the United States and Canada this season.Take Charge Indy, by prominent sire&#45;of&#45;sires and stamina influence A.P. Indy, won the 2012 Florida Derby. From three crops, including current juveniles, he also is the sire of last year&rsquo;s Louisiana Derby winner Noble Indy and Gulfstream Oaks winner Coach Rocks, and this year&rsquo;s Rebel Stakes division winner Long Range Toddy, who started in the Kentucky Derby. Everfast has won just once from 11 starts, but was a hard&#45;charging second in the Preakness Stakes.Take Charge Indy, who now stands in Korea, is out of Grade 1 winner and Broodmare of the Year Take Charge Lady. That makes him a half&#45;brother to long&#45;winded champion Will Take Charge and to Charming, the dam of this year&rsquo;s Arkansas Derby winner, Omaha Beach. Jammin Still is one of two winners from as many starters out of unplaced Cat&rsquo;s Garden, a half&#45;sister to Grade 1 winner Forest Secrets, Grade 3 winner Rumor Has It, and stakes&#45;placed Bajan Tryst. Their granddam, Grade 2 winner Rokeby Rose, is the dam of champion and Hall of Fame racemare Silverbulletday. Two of Silverbulletday&rsquo;s daughters are graded/group stakes producers.