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TEXAS RED filly My Girl Red romps in 2YO debut!

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My Girl Red wins MSW by 4 1/2 lengths at Santa Anita going 4 1/2 Furlongs

The first 2YO winner for G1 BC Juvennile Champion, Texas Red, is My Girl Red who takes the field gate to wire and draws away to win by 4 1/2 lengths. My Girl Red is owned and bred by Erich Brehm and trained by Keith Desormeaux.

Read about it here:

BloodHorse Daily: https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/241774/my-girl-red-gives-texas-red-first-win-as-a-sire

Thoroughbred Daily News: https://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/texas-reds-connections-send-out-his-first-winner-at-santa-anita/

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Firing Line 2YO brings $210,000 at OBS June

Category : FIRING LINE , News , Stallions

Filly by Firing Line 0/0 Ever Nice (Arg)

Filly by Firing Line o/o Ever Nice (Arg) brought $210,000 at OBS June Sale.

Breeder-Clearsky Farms

Consigned by Wavertree Stables, Inc. (Ciaran Dunne), Agent IV

Purchased by Team Orange Stables/Gary Stevens

Paul Reddam and Ciaran Dunne’s Red Wings pinhooking partnership purchased the filly for $50,000 at the 2019 Fasig-Tipton July sale. The juvenile filly worked a quarter mile in :20.3

Watch the work: http://obssales.com/aprcatalog/2020/1010.mp4

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Jack Milton filly, Tobys Heart, is a TDN Rising Star

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Tobys Heart romps on debut at Churchill Downs

Tobys Heart wins at first asking for owners Terry Hamilton & Brian A Lynch, and trainer Brian A Lynch. Read about the performance and watch the video by clicking on the link below to the Thoroughbred Daily News.


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Firing Line OBS March 2YO brings $160,000

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Hip 208 Firing Line – Lu Baton brings $160,000 at 2020 March OBS 2YO Sale

Firing Line was represented at the March OBS 2YO Sale by HIP 208, a filly out of Lu Baton, a daughter of MAMSELLE BEBETTE who is a MGSW of over $400,000.  The Firing Line filly worked :10 flat and was purchased by Steve Landers out of the Coastal Equine LLC (Jesse Hoppel) consignment for $160,000.

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GETMOTHERAROSE is Graded Stakes Winner #5 for GET STORMY

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Getmotherarose kicked away from her competition in the G3 Honey Fox S. to win clear by 1 ½ lengths.  This is the first stakes victory for the 4 year-old filly by Get Stormy and becomes the 5th Graded Stakes winner for Get Stormy.  Getmotherarose has been in the money in 9 of 15 starts and has earnings of $276,623. 

Read more here: https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/238793/getmotherarose-makes-the-grade-in-honey-fox

Watch Replay here: https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/race/usa/gp/2020/2/29/5/honey-fox-s-g3t

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DOWN ON DA BAYOU G3 UAE Oaks winner earns 50 KY Oaks points

Category : Farm News , News

DOWN ON DA BAYOU was a dominating winner of the Grade 3 UAE Oaks by 18 1/2 lengths at Meydan on February 20th. DOWN ON DA BAYOU was bred by McCann Bloodstock, Mark Kelder, & Doug Richards.

DOWN ON DA BAYOU was raised and sold by Crestwood Farm. The daughter of Super Saver earned 50 points towards the Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks.

DOWN ON DA BAYOU is the second G3 UAE Oaks winner out of the Empire Maker mare, Bayou Tortuga. In 2016, POLAR RIVER won the G3 UAE Oaks and later finished 2nd in the G2 UAE Derby.

Watch the Grade 3 UAE Oaks: https://youtu.be/y6RzRZLT584

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GET STORMY – Thoroughbred Daily News, Proven Value Sire, February 21, 2020

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GET STORMY (Stormy Atlantic–Foolish Girl by Kiri’s Clown), $7,500 Crestwood

From Chris McGrath, TDN Kentucky Sires Series, February 21, 2020

Last year he was favoured by the most helpfully named of advertisements in dual Grade I scorer Got Stormy, a $23,000 yearling ($45,000 2-year-old) who broke the Saratoga track record as the first female winner of the GI Fourstardave H. in 1:32 flat, besides also finishing second in the GI Breeders’ Cup Mile. But Get Stormy is no one-trick pony, with four other graded-stakes performers in 2019 headed by dual Grade I-placed Clyde’s Image, himself a $24,000 yearling.

Though he is viewed absolutely as a turf sire, I have a bit of a crackpot theory about Get Stormy. Physically he has all the bone and power you seek in a dirt horse and it might be wrong to typecast him at what remains an early stage of his career. Last year 71 of his 106 starters raced on turf; but this group accounted only for 26 of his 48 winners (leaving 22 winners from the remaining 35). Similar story in 2018: 75 of 114 starters raced on turf, but included basically only half his total winners at 27 out of 53 (leaving 26 winners from the other 39). Even allowing for the fact that some of these others scored on synthetics, I just have a feeling that he’s not being given adequate opportunity on dirt.

Get Stormy himself certainly carried his speed relentlessly, the premier hallmark of dirt racing, having made the running for all three of his Grade I wins. Obviously the Storm Cat line is associated with versatility and while there’s plenty of grass in his pedigree, it’s a healthy mix overall: his damsire is by Foolish Pleasure, for instance, and his sire’s dam is by Seattle Slew. In terms of sheer quality, moreover, he also carries Claiborne champion and matriarch Moccasin 4×5. Anyhow that constitution of his (won graded stakes four years running) would be worth replicating for any discipline of racing.

So let’s forget prescribing any rules for Get Stormy and just recognize how he’s upgrading the limited material he can expect at this level of the market. Got Stormy herself, for instance, is out of a $4,500 Malabar Gold mare who raced in Puerto Rico.

Just imagine what Get Stormy might achieve with the mares lavished, at more industrial farms, on newcomers who will never make the grade. As it is, he is in excellent hands; and last year already expanded his book from 47 to 86. And that was before his first big star had remotely hit her full stride.

The barometer says Stormy, but that means a sunny outlook for breeders.

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Category : FIRING LINE , News , Sales News

HIP 1129, 2019 Fasig-Tipton KY October Yearling Sale

Firing Line was represented at the Fasig-Tipton October Yearling sale by HIP 1129, a filly out of the Street Cry (IRE) mare, Red River Jane, who sold for $150,000.  The Firing Line filly was bought by JCE Racing / Travis Durr, out of the Eaton Sales consignment.    

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Heart to Heart, a multiple Grade 1 winner and 11-time graded stakes winner by English Channel, will take up his new career as a stallion at Pope McLean’s Crestwood Farm for the upcoming breeding season. He will stand his first year at stud for $5,000 live foal and is in the “Share the Upside” program.

“Heart to Heart is the racehorse we should all aspire to breed and race,” said Crestwood Farm’s Robert Keck. “He was precocious, fast, versatile, and sound. He had miler-speed, an amazing pedigree, and is a flawless physical. He has everything to be a top sire of fast and sound runners.”

Among the most consistent and sound performers in recent history, Heart to Heart registered an amazing 18 triple-digit Beyer Speed Figures. From 2014 through 2018, he captured 11 graded stakes events at six different racetracks, earning $2,035,090. He was named Sovereign Award champion 3-year-old male in his native Canada in 2014.

He recorded the biggest wins of his career in 2018, scoring back-to-back Grade 1 victories in the Maker’s Mark 46 Mile Stakes at Keeneland and the 1 1/8-mile Gulfstream Park Turf Stakes at Gulfstream Park, both in wire-to-wire fashion. He just missed a third straight Grade 1 win in the Shoemaker Mile on the west coast.

Heart to Heart was not only durable but precocious and versatile. As a 2-year-old he won first time out at 5 1/2 furlongs, romping by 8 1/4 lengths at Arlington Park. He would win races from 5 1/2 furlongs to 1 1/8 miles, winning 15 of his 41 career starts and is retiring sound. He was trained by Brian Lynch.

By champion English Channel, an elite sire of nine Grade 1 winners, six champions, and five millionaires, Heart to Heart is produced from the winning Silver Deputy mare Ask the Question and hails from the female family of Grade 1 winner Chart the Stars.

Bred by Red Hawk Ranch and owned by Terry Hamilton, Heart to Heart will stand at Crestwood Farm, where he joins the roster with Firing Line, Get Stormy, Jack Milton, and Texas Red.

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Hip 595, 2019 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga New York Bred Sale

Get Stormy was represented by a six figure yearling at the recently concluded Fasig-Tipton New York Bred Yearling sale.  The yearling by Get Stormy was sold to Chad Brown, for White Birch Farm (Peter Brant) for $115,000. The colt is a full sibling to Nantucket Red (Earnings of $133,572), out of Scarlett Madeleine, a daughter of Champion Handicap Mare, Escena.