In the pages of this year’s catalog for the 2-year-old Fasig-Tipton Midlantic in Semi-Training are several horses whose half-siblings have risen to the top level.
Set to go under the hammer on May 23 in Timonium, Md., Is a Dirty by Good magic out of Unbridled Betty, who was named Hip 130 by King’s Equine.
Auspicious Magic is deposited as Hip 130 winds in 2-year-old Fasig-Tipton Midlantic’s undercover during Semi-Training
The human connection to music has deepened Uncontrollable command , who won the 2012 Hollywood Derby (G1T) and reached the Gulfstream Park Lawn Handicap (G1T) the following year. This chestnut, bred by Fred Hertrich and John Fielding in Kentucky, passed the September 2021 Sale in Keeneland with Taylor Made Sales Agency but failed to meet her $50,000 reserve.
She crossed an eighth of a mile in: 10 3/5 in the under tack show.
Half to 1st place winner Pinehurst sure shines on Midlantic sale
For Hip 476, a Prince Cairo colt consigned by Randy Bradshaw, extremely important family. The most prominent relative of the 2-year-old boy is the talented runner-up. Pinehurst with whom he shares his dam, Giant Win.
After catching Runhappy Del Mar Futurity (G1) in just his second start last season, the Twirling Candy puppy went on to finish fifth at the World Championships on 5 November TVG Breeders’ Cup Juvenile presented by Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (G1), was runner-up at the San Vicente Stakes (G2) January 29, and won the Al Rajhi Bank Saudi Derby (G3) in February. 3 year old son of Spinning candy last started in the UAE Derby March 26 Sponsored by Mubadala (G2).
Bradshaw, who bought the pony from Taylor Made in 2021 for $120,000 at The Saratoga Sale, Fasig-Tipton’s New York Select Yearling Sale, said his pedigree led him to make initial inquiries. before buying.
“He’s very right and has a lot of good parts. Mostly I know a little bit about Pinehurst,” Bradshaw said. “I called Bob Baffert and asked him about Pinehurst and he told me ‘He’s a very nice horse.’ I called Mike Marlow… he told me he was a good horse, and then I called my friend Mike Smith and Mike said, ‘Randy, he’s a very nice horse.’ I photographed the three of them together and thought I might take a shot to see if I could afford him.”
The foal was bred by Fred Hertrich and John Fielding in New York and has all the “right tools” for success, according to Bradshaw.
“He’s a very nice pony, he’s average size. He’s worked 10.2, it’s been a pretty good job here, and I think on the road, he’s going to be a great one. very nice horse,” Bradshaw said. “We’re hoping that we can sell him here, and if not, we’ll keep him and take him to New York and hopefully see him do some good.”
Another horse with the highest ranking results in its pedigree is the Hip 495, a Urge deposited by Paul Sharp. She passed quickly: 10/5 in the secret show. Her dam, Maggie McGowan, is also a 1st place winner Denman’s Call by Northern Afleet.
“With a real racehorse and with a pedigree like hers, not being a Salt Lake mare, this gives her a bit of a chance of getting ready, and the fact that she being half-sister to a level 1 bet winner, there’s a lot of the opposite of this filth,” Sharp said. “There’s definitely value left, and hopefully she has a long racing career and she can prove herself on the road to being a model.”
Bred in Kentucky by SF Bloodstock, this cat was previously purchased by Whetstone Farms for $160,000 at the 2021 Keeneland Sale in September from Bedouin Bloodstock. She will represent the first tree of 2-year-olds to her sire on her second trip to the mall.
Describing the chubby girl as a “ready and very intelligent horse,” Sharp said she was “easy to get along with.” With the potential to go down the path of Denman’s Call, who is talented on earth, won the Triple Bend Stakes (G1) and placed in the San Vicente (G2), Sharp believes this girl has the right traits. mix from both the boar and her dam. .
“I think she definitely represents her males very well,” Sharp said. “She shows speed, and I think at the end of the day she can go two turns and do it right… She’s a road horse, she handles dirt very well. “
Another 2-year-old with an outstanding lineage is Hip 503, one Mor Spirit colt out Moon Malibu mare Malibu Cove, deposited by Woodford Thoroughbreds. He’s the winner from half to 1st grade Kalypso by Brody’s Cause, who won La Brea Stakes (G1) last year and finished second in Starlet Stakes (G1) last year.
The dark horse Mor Spirit consigned as a Hip 503 glided 8 miles in: 10/5 during a 2-year-old training sale in Midlantic Fasig-Tipton
Spendthrift Ranch bred the foal in Kentucky and met it during the July 2021 Sale in Fasig-Tipton, where Woodford picked up the foal for $200,000 from Easton Sales. He will be walking across the stage on May 24.