Fasig-Tipton has catalogued 600 entries for its Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training Sale, to be held on Monday and Tuesday, May 21-22, at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Maryland.
“This year’s catalogue features quality from top to bottom,” said Midlantic Sales Director Paget Bennett. “The current top 20 ranked sires in North America are all represented, as well as horses eligible for a number of state-bred programs. Buyers at all ranges will find attractive offerings to suit their budgets.”
This year’s catalogue cover features recent Grade 1 winning sales graduates ARMY MULE (Carter H.), BOWIES HERO (Kilroe Mile), and LADY IVANKA (Spinaway S.).
“Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training and its proven dirt surface continue to produce top horses year after year, from coast-to-coast,” noted Bennett.
The under tack show will be held over three sessions, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, May 15-17. Each under tack show session will begin at 8:00 am. The 143rd Preakness Stakes will be held at nearby Pimlico on Saturday, May 19 and the sale will follow on May 21 and 22. Each sale session will begin at 11 am.
The catalogue may now be viewed online and via the equineline sales catalogue app. Print catalogues will be available beginning April 23.
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This year’s renewal of The Gulfstream Sale featured three seven-figure two-year-olds, including two which tied for the top spot when sold for $1,200,000 each. The auction also posted the second highest average and median in the sale’s history, and the highest in both categories since the move to Gulfstream Park four years ago.
Hip 9, a filly by Medaglia d’Oro, got the bidding started early when sold for $1,200,000 off a 10 flat work (video). By the sire of champion fillies Songbird and Rachel Alexandra, Hip 9 was purchased by Stonestreet Stables LLC from the consignment of Niall Brennan Stables, agent. The dark bay or brown filly is from the family of Grade 1 winning millionaire Dream Supreme and Grade 1 winning juvenile and proven sire Majestic Warrior.
Also dropping the hammer at $1,200,000 was Hip 77, a colt by popular juvenile sire Into Mischief. Hip 77, who also worked in 10 flat (video), was purchased by OXO Equine from the consignment of Eddie Woods, agent. The bay colt’s immediate family includes Grade 1 winners Irish Smoke and Book Review.
“It was an extremely strong marketplace at the upper end, said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “There were multiple bidders on the horses that performed well, vetted well, made good videos.”
Hip 31, a colt by the late Scat Daddy, came in a close third, selling for $1,000,000 to Todd Pletcher, agent for M V Magnier. Consigned by SGV Thoroughbreds, Hip 31 worked in 10 flat during Monday’s under tack show (video).
Another highlight of the sale was Hip 54, a filly from the second crop of Orb, who laid down a 21 flat quarter mile on the dirt during the under tack show (video), the fastest work at that distance since the sale relocated to Gulfstream Park in 2015. She was amply rewarded for that effort this evening when sold for $900,000 to Donato Lanni, agent for Baoma Corp. The speedster was consigned by Tom McCrocklin, agent.
Notably, 14 horses sold for $600,000 or more, up from eight in 2017. “[There was] great attendance and distribution of the buying population across the board,” Browning added. “All in all, I thought it was a strong horse sale… it bodes well for our next sale in Timonium in May.”
Overall, 59 two-year-olds sold for a total of $23,495,000, good for an average of $385,164, a 13.5% increase from $339,392 in 2017. The median was up 9.3% to $295,000 from $270,000 in 2017. Both the average and median were the second highest in this sale’s history, and the highest since the sale moved to Gulfstream Park in 2015.
Hip 117, a colt by Belmont Stakes winner Union Rags sold for $750,000 during The Gulfstream Sale. By Union Rags, a graduate of this sale in 2011, the bay colt was purchased by Donati Lanni, agent for Sheikh Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum from the consignment of Hoby & Layna Kight, agent. He worked a quarter on the dirt in 21:1 during Monday’s under tack show (video).
This colt is a half-brother to last season’s two-year-old stakes winner Renaisance Frolic, out of the Trippi mare Frolic’s Appeal. He is from the immediate family of multiple Grade 2 winning millionaire Smok’n Frolic, as well as Grade 2 winner Mopotism (a graduate of this sale in 2016) and Frolic’s Dream.
Hip 116, a son of champion Uncle Mo sold for $650,000 during The Gulfstream Sale. The bay colt was purchased by L.E.B., agent for West Point Thoroughbreds from the consignment of Eddie Woods, agent. He worked an eighth on the dirt in 10:2 during Monday’s under tack show (video).
This colt is the second foal out of the unraced Lookin At Lucky mare Four Sugars, whose first foal is Gronkowski, a two-year-old winning in England last year. Four Sugars is a half-sister to Grade 1 winner and sire Flashy Bull and to stakes winner Pink Viper. The immediate family includes champion, Grade 1 winner, and sire Perfect Soul (IRE).
Hip 86, a filly by Into Mischief sold for $775,000 during The Gulfstream Sale. The gray or roan filly was purchased by White Birch Farm from the consignment of Niall Brennan Stables, agent. She worked an eighth on dirt in 10:1 during Monday’s under tack show (video).
This filly is out of the unraced Indian Charlie mare Cashing Tickets, a full sister to graded stakes winner Conveyance. The filly’s immediate family further includes Grade 1 winners Secret Hello and Plum Pretty.
Hip 83, a colt by Speightstown sold for $650,000 during The Gulfstream Sale. The chestnut colt was purchased by China Horse Club from the consignment of SGV Thoroughbreds, agent. He worked an eighth on the dirt in 10:1 during Monday’s under tack show (video).
This colt is the first foal out of Grade 3 winner Brazen Persuasion, by Indian Charlie. He is from the immediate family of graded stakes winners Godmother, Winter Melody, and Ocean Night.
Hip 77, a colt by Into Mischief sold for $1,200,000 at The Gulfstream Sale. The bay colt was purchased by OXO Equine from the consignment of Eddie Woods, agent. He worked an eighth on the dirt in 10 flat during Monday’s under tack show (video).
This colt is the second foal of the winning Lawyer Ron mare Assets of War, a daughter of graded stakes winner Added Asset. He is from the immediate family of Grade 1 winners Irish Smoke and Book Review.
Hip 68, a filly by Quality Road sold for $800,000 at The Gulfstream Sale. By the sire of champion fillies Abel Tasman and Caledonia Road was purchased by KSI from the consignment of Wavertree Stables, agent. The bay filly worked an eighth on dirt in 10 flat during Monday’s under tack show (video).
This filly is the second foal out of the stakes placed winning Malibu Moon mare Akron Moon; her first foal is this filly’s full brother Diamond King, a stakes winner last year at two. She is from the immediate family of champion Johnny D. and Grade 1 winners Titanic Jack and Sober Suit.
Hip 62, a colt from the first crop of multiple Grade 2 winner Fed Biz sold for $725,000 at The Gulfstream Sale. The dark bay or brown colt, whose sire is a multiple track record setting son of Giant’s Causeway, was purchased by Linda Rice, agent from the consignment of Wavertree Stables, agent. He worked an eighth on the dirt in 10 flat during Monday’s under tack show (video).
This colt is the second foal out of the winning Congrats mare Virtuously. He is from the immediate family of champions Edubai Del Ocho and Larkwhistle.
Hip 54, a filly from the second crop of Kentucky Derby victor Orb sold for $900,000 at The Gulfstream Sale. The chestnut filly was purchased by Donato Lanni, agent for Baoma Corp from the consignment of Tom McCrocklin, agent. She worked a quarter on the dirt in 21 flat (video), the fastest quarter mile work during this sale’s under tack show since its relocation to Gulfstream Park in 2015.
This filly is a half-sister to two winners out of the winning Forestry mare Taboo, including stakes placed Smartly Agree. She is from the immediate family of Grade 1 winner Dream of Summer, dam of Grade 1 winner Creative Cause and track record-setting multiple Grade 2 winner Destin.
Hip 40, a daughter of Grade 1 winning juvenile Square Rules sold for $650,000 at The Gulfstream Sale. The bay filly was purchased by Kenichi Watanabe from the consignment of Wavertree Stables, agent. The filly worked an eighth on the dirt in 10 flat during Monday’s under tack show (video).
This filly is a full sister to four winners, including Grade 1 winning juvenile Ralis, and multiple stakes winner graded stakes placed B Squared. Her immediate family notably includes multiple Grade 1 winning millionaires Sultry Song and Solar Splendor, as well as Grade 1 winner Mass Media.
Hip 31, a colt by the late Scat Daddy sold for $1,000,000 at The Gulfstream Sale. The bay colt, by much-missed sire of champions Scat Daddy, was purchased by Todd Pletcher, agent for M V Magnier from the consignment of SGV Thoroughbreds LLC, agent. The colt worked an eighth on the dirt in 10 flat during Monday’s under tack show (video).
This colt is the first foal out of multiple stakes winner Risky Rachel, by Limehouse. He is from the immediate prolific multiple graded stakes winning multimillionaire Say Florida Sandy and graded stakes winner Dancin Renee.
Hip 21, a colt by Champion Freshman Sire of 2015 Uncle Mo sold for $850,000 at The Gulfstream Sale. The bay colt was purchased by Speedway Stable from the consignment of Crupi’s New Castle Farm, agent. The colt worked an eighth on the dirt in 10:1 during Monday’s under tack show (video).
Out of the stakes winning Potrillon (ARG) mare Potra Clasica (ARG), this colt is from the immediate family of champion Grade 1 winner Speightstown and Grade/Group 1 winners Petite Ile (IRE), Crusader Sword, and Turk Passenger.
Hip 9, a daughter of Medaglia d’Oro sold for $1,200,000 early at The Gulfstream Sale. The dark bay or brown filly, by the sire of champion fillies Songbird and Rachel Alexandra, was purchased by John Moynihan from the consignment of Niall Brennan Stables, agent. The filly worked an eighth in 10 flat on the dirt during Monday’s under tack show (video).
Out of the Distorted Humor mare Mi Vida, this filly is from the immediate family of multiple Grade 1 winning millionaire Dream Supreme, dam of Grade 1 winning juvenile and sire Majestic Warrior. The immediate family also includes Grade 1 winners Spinning Round, Kung Fu Mambo, and Sweet Sorrel.
Fasig-Tipton has catalogued eight supplemental entries for The Gulfstream Sale, the company’s selected two-year-olds in training sale to be held on Wednesday, March 28 at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale, Florida.
These newest entries are catalogued as hips 159-166:
Hip 159: Bodemeister – Bold Assurance colt (Paul Sharp, agent)
Hip 160: Curlin – Almonsoon colt (Paul Sharp, agent)
Fasig-Tipton has catalogued 158 entries for The Gulfstream Sale of Selected Two-Year-Olds in Training, to be held on Wednesday, March 28, in the racetrack’s walking ring. The sale will begin at 3 pm.
The under tack show is scheduled for Monday, March 26, beginning at 9 am.
“This is an exciting catalogue,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “There is strong sire power, quality individuals at a variety of price levels, as well as some exciting new faces in the consignor ranks coming to Gulfstream for the first time. Additionally, this year’s sale is being held during Florida Derby week, which will bring extra buzz to the auction.”
Featured on the front cover of this year’s catalogue are current undefeated Grade 1 winner and Kentucky Oaks candidate DREAM TREE, and MOR SPIRIT, dominant winner of last year’s Metropolitan H. (G1). The back cover features AUDIBLE, eye-catching 5 ½ length winner of the Holy Bull S. (G2) on February 3rd, as well as current graded stakes winners MOPOTISM, FOURSTAR CROOK, and SHAKHIMAT.
“Since conducting our first sale at Gulfstream in 2015, the racetrack success of our graduates has been nothing short of remarkable,” continued Browning. “In just a short time, Gulfstream grads have claimed many of the sport’s biggest races, including the Kentucky Derby, Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, Florida Derby, Met Mile, Del Mar Futurity, and both the Futurity and Starlet Stakes at Los Alamitos. Most recently, 2017 sale grad AUDIBLE romped in the Holy Bull Stakes at Gulfstream – 11 months after he breezed over the same dirt race track in our under tack show.”
The catalogue is now available online and will also be available via the Equineline sales catalogue app. Print catalogues will be available from Fasig-Tipton offices by Monday, February 19.
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The Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale ended Tuesday with gains across the board over last year’s edition and a decreased RNA rate. The sale was bolstered by 24 six-figure offerings, including yearlings, broodmares, and racing/broodmare prospects alike.
Girl Talk (Hip 574), a five-year-old daughter of Medaglia d’Oro, topped the session and the sale when sold for $310,000 to Rock Ridge Thoroughbreds as the last hip through the ring late Tuesday afternoon. The stakes placed winning daughter of Grade 2 winner One Caroline was offered as a racing and/or broodmare prospect by Denali Stud, agent for Ramona Bass LLC and Cheyenne Stables LLC.
“You can really sell a good horse right now,” said Fasig-Tipton President Boyd Browning. “There’s a lot of demand and the one thing that continues to be encouraging at the upper end of the marketplace is the number of bidders on both the foals and the mares.”
Also selling well on the day was Tricky One (Hip 498), a four-year-old daughter of Unbridled’s Song. Offered as a broodmare prospect by Gainesway, that filly fetched $275,000 from buyer International Equities Holding. Tricky One is a winning daughter out of the stakes winning Pulpit mare Simplify and a half-sister to stakes winner Simple Surprise.
A Tiznow colt (Hip 419) topped the yearlings on offer when sold for $260,000 to Jack Johnston. Offered by Blake-Albina Thoroughbred Services, agent for C & S, Hip 419 is a half-brother to three winners, including two stakes horses, from the immediate family of Grade 1 winning millionaire Star Standard.
A yearling son of Into Mischief (Hip 368) from the immediate family of champion Cozzene also came in over the bicentennial mark, selling for $220,000 to De Meric Stables, agent from the consignment of Stuart Morris, agent.
Browning noted that outstanding conformation came at a “significant premium” during the two-day sale, regardless of whether the horse on offer was a yearling, broodmare, or racing/broodmare prospect.
Overall, 364 horses sold for a gross of $10,436,800, up 9.8% from last year’s total. The average was $28,673, a 5.9% increase from 2017, while the median was up 16.7% to $10,500. The RNA rate fell 2.8% to 22.7%.
Stakes winning broodmare prospects and in-foal mares were the most popular commodities during the first session of the Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale on Monday. The session saw multiple six-figure sales for yearlings, broodmares, and racing/broodmare prospects.
The session topper was multiple stakes winner Bling On the Music (Hip 68), purchased for $260,000 by International Equities Holdings from the consignment of Baccari Bloodstock, agent. Winner of the Gold Rush Futurity and Texas Thoroughbred Futurity at two, Bling On the Music was also third in open company as a juvenile, finishing third in the Pocahontas S. (G2) on the way to career earnings of $153,167. She was sold as a broodmare prospect.
Multiple stakes winner Great Soul (Hip 211), a five-year-old daughter of Great Notion from the immediate family of graded stakes winner Street Magician, also sold well, fetching $220,000 as a racing/broodmare prospect from buyer Donato Lanni, agent. Great Soul was consigned by Indian Creek, agent.
The top in-foal mare of the day was Coy Cat (Hip 119), a stakes winning and stakes producing daughter of Hold That Tiger which sold for $150,000 in foal to Into Mischief. The mare was purchased by SF Bloodstock from the consignment of Bill Murphy, agent.
A daughter of Distorted Humor out of multiple stakes winner Gilded Gold (Hip 189) led the day’s yearlings when sold for $105,000 to Machmer Hall. The dark bay or brown filly is a half-sister to stakes winner Thieves Gold from the immediate family of graded stakes winners Hope for a Breeze, Gigantic Breeze, and Dr. Kashnikov. She was consigned by Denali Stud, agent.
A colt by Violence out of multiple graded stakes winner Classic Elegance (Hip 110) came a close second, selling for $100,000 to James R. Layden from the consignment of Buckland Sales, agent. That colt is from the immediate family of Grade 1 winner Believe You Can and graded stakes winners Basket Weave, Chorwon, Rush Bay, and Itsaknockout.
Overall, 181 horses sold for $4,134,200, good for an average of $22,841. The median was $10,000.
The latest additions to the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Winter Mixed Supplemental Catalogue are now available online.
The twenty-seven new entries, catalogued as hips 548-574, include racing and/or broodmare prospects, in-foal mares, and short yearlings.
These latest entries include:
LIRICA (Hip 548): Daughter of KANTHAROS was a stakes winner at two and three. Immediate family of current leading three-year-old colt MCKINZIE. Catalogued as a racing/broodmare prospect with Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent.
SECRET GARDEN (Hip 549): G1 winner in her native Peru hails from the immediate family of G1 winners BERNARDINI, CARA RAFAELA, and LOVE AND PRIDE. Catalogued as a racing/broodmare prospect with South Point Sales Agency, agent.
GIRL TALK (Hip 574): Stakes-placed daughter of MEDAGLIA D’ORO is out of multiple graded stakes winner ONE CAROLINE. A $390,000 yearling, she is a half-sister to graded stakes placed IMPROV, and her female family includes European Champion ST. JOVITE. Catalogued as a racing/broodmare prospect with Denali Stud, agent.
The Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale will be held this coming Monday and Tuesday, February 5-6, in Lexington, Kentucky. The Supplemental Catalogue will be offered on Tuesday, February 6, following the conclusion of the main catalogue.
Print versions of the supplemental catalogue will be available on-site at Fasig-Tipton. The supplemental catalogue may also be viewed via the equineline sales catalogue app.
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Fasig-Tipton has catalogued an additional 30 entries for the 2018 Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale supplemental catalogue. Those entries may now be viewed online.
Fasig-Tipton will continue to add supplemental entries through this Thursday, January 25.
The supplemental catalogue, which will begin with hip 518, will be offered immediately following the conclusion of the main catalogue on Tuesday, February 6.
Included in the supplement are stakes winning and pedigreed broodmare prospects; dams of current stakes winners in foal to ANIMAL KINGDOM and WILL TAKE CHARGE; young mares in foal to AMERICAN PHAROAH and DIALED IN; and short yearlings.
Print versions of the supplemental catalogue will be available on-site at Fasig-Tipton at sale time. The supplement will also be available via the equineline sales catalogue app.
The Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale will be held Monday and Tuesday, February 5 and 6, at Fasig-Tipton’s Newtown Paddocks in Lexington, Kentucky. Both sessions will begin daily at 10 am.
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Once again in 2017, Fasig-Tipton graduates have proved themselves the cream of the crop, with seven grads nominated for Eclipse Awards. The seven finalists, all from Fasig-Tipton selected yearling sales, are nominated across five categories.
SONGBIRD Graduate: 2014 Saratoga Sale
Finalist: Champion Older Mare
An Eclipse Champion at two and three, Saratoga Sale graduate Songbird kicked off her four-year-old campaign in June at Belmont Park, where she captured the Ogden Phipps S. (G1) by a length over a field that included eventual Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (G1) victress Bar of Gold; Grade 1 winner and multiple graded stakes winner Carina Mia; and multiple graded stakes winners Paid Up Subscriber and Highway Star. Songbird followed that score with a length victory in the Delaware H. (G1) at Delaware Park, her second tally at the classic 1 ¼ mile distance. Following a neck defeat to eventual Breeders’ Cup Distaff (G1) winner Forever Unbridled in the Personal Ensign S. (G1) at Saratoga, Songbird was retired from racing.
In her four-year-old campaign alone, Songbird won two of three starts and earned $980,000. Songbird’s final tally came to 13 wins and two seconds in 15 career starts, with total earnings of $3,692,000, in addition to her two Eclipse championships to date.
Her exceptional performances on the track at two, three, and four earned her similar marketplace appraisal: Songbird sold for $9,500,000 at the Fasig-Tipton November Sale, the highest-priced thoroughbred sold at auction in 2017 and the second highest-priced broodmare prospect ever sold at public auction.
MIND YOUR BISCUITS Graduate: 2014 New York-Bred Sale
Finalist: Champion Male Sprinter
New York-Bred Sale graduate Mind Your Biscuits finished second by a neck in his four-year-old debut in the Gulfstream Park S. (G3) at Gulfstream Park in February, but used that run as a springboard to his richest score. In March, Mind Your Biscuits traveled to Saudi Arabia to contest the Dubai Golden Shaheen (G1) at the famed Dubai World Cup Carnival, a race he captured despite a six-wide move around the turn. Back stateside at Belmont Park, Mind Your Biscuits won going away from multiple graded stakes winners Awesome Slew and Tommy Macho. The New York-bred colt closed the 2017 season with a third in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (G1) and a second in the Cigar Mile H. (G1).
In 2017, Mind Your Biscuits won two of six starts, placing in three others, and earned $1,713,800. A Grade 1 winner and multiple graded stakes winner at three in 2016, Mind Your Biscuits has six victories and nine placings from an impressive 19 career starts, with career earnings of $2,509,166 to date.
BOLT D’ORO Graduate: 2016 Saratoga Sale Finalist: Champion Two-Year-Old Male
Saratoga Sale grad Bolt d’Oro drew away to win his late summer career debut in August and promptly followed up that score with two Grade 1 wins in September. Bolt d’Oro captured the Del Mar Futurity (G1) at Del Mar on September 4, then ran away with the FrontRunner S. (G1) at Santa Anita by nearly eight lengths on September 30. The two-year-old colt showed his courage and class in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) at Del Mar, racing seven wide through both turns and closing swiftly to finish third, ahead of Grade 1 winners Firenze Fire and Free Drop Billy and graded stakes winner The Tabulator.
Bolt d’Oro closed his juvenile season with three wins and a third from four starts and earnings of $576,000.
RUSHING FALL Graduate: 2016 Saratoga Sale Finalist: Champion Two-Year-Old Female
Undefeated two-year-old filly Rushing Fall is a graduate of the 2016 Saratoga Sale. She debuted in September, racing wide throughout to win over subsequent graded stakes winner Daddy Is a Legend. In October, Rushing Fall rolled to victory by more than three lengths in the Jessamine S. (G3) at Keeneland. She followed up that success with a win in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf (G1) at Del Mar, racing wide throughout and pulling away gamely from a field of 13 other fillies, including seven European invaders.
Rushing Fall was undefeated in three starts at two and earned $685,000.
STELLAR WIND Graduate: 2013 Saratoga Sale, 2013 Midlantic Fall Yearling Sale Finalist: Champion Older Female
Stellar Wind, a two-time Fasig-Tipton graduate and Eclipse Champion Filly at three, carried her form successfully in 2017. With characteristic determination, Stellar Wind opened her season with a victory in the Apple Blossom H. (G1) at Oaklawn Park, followed up by a win in the Beholder Mile S. (G1) at Santa Anita over last out Grade 1 winner Vale Dori (ARG) and reigning Eclipse Champion Female Sprinter Finest City. A month later, Stellar Wind bested Vale Dori again, this time in the Clement L. Hirsch S. (G1) at Del Mar.
Stellar Wind won three of four starts in 2017 for earnings of $800,000. Stellar Wind has won 10 of 16 career starts to date for total earnings of $2,253,200.
BATTLE OF MIDWAY Graduate: 2015 Saratoga Sale Finalist: Champion Three-Year-Old Male
Saratoga Sale grad Battle of Midway broke his maiden first out in January of his three-year-old season. Jumping up in class, Battle of Midway finished third in the San Vicente S. (G2) three weeks later at Santa Anita, before scoring in an allowance at the same track just three weeks after that. In his next two starts, Battle of Midway finished second a half-length to now multiple Grade 1 winner Gormley in the Santa Anita Derby (G1) in April and third in the Kentucky Derby (G1) at Churchill Downs.
Over the summer, Battle of Midway captured victories in the Affirmed S. (G3) at Santa Anita and the Shared Belief S. at Del Mar before running second in the Oklahoma Derby (G3) at Remington Park, his final prep for the Breeders’ Cup Championships.
In the Breeders’ Cup Mile (G1) at Del Mar, Battle of Midway passed foes five-wide midway through the second turn and fought valiantly through the stretch to hit the wire ahead of then-or-subsequent Grade 1 winners Sharp Azteca, Practical Joke, Mor Spirit, and Cupid.
Battle of Midway won five of 10 career starts, placing four times, for total earnings of $1,249,949.
MOONSHINE MEMORIES Graduate: 2016 Saratoga Sale Finalist: Champion Two-Year-Old Female
Moonshine Memories, a graduate of the 2016 Saratoga Sale, made her debut a winning one in August when she dispatched heavily favored Tyfosha by a length to win a maiden special weight at Del Mar. The filly rushed immediately to the top of her class a month later with a game win in the Del Mar Debutante S. (G1), which she promptly followed up with a convincing victory in the Chandelier S. (G1) at Santa Anita.
Moonshine Memories won three of four starts at two and has earned $426,000 to date.