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Adare Manor romps in Oaklawn’s Apple Blossom

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Michael Lund Petersen’s Adare Manor (Uncle Mo – Brooklynsway) went right to the lead in Saturday’s $1,250,000 Apple Blossom Handicap (G1) at Oaklawn Park, shrugged off a challenge on the turn and drew away with ease in the stretch to score by 5-1/2 lengths. It’s the second grade one victory for the 5-year-old mare by Uncle Mo, purchased for $375,000 out of the Julie Davies consignment at the 2021 OBS June Sale for $375,000 by Donato Lanni, Agent, after breezing an Under Tack eighth in :10 1/5. Trained by Bob Baffert, she has compiled a 16-8 -5-0 career record and earned $1,736,600. watch her under tack video

Nothing Like You romps in Santa Anita Oaks

OBS Spring graduate s posted a pair of graded stakes wins on Saturday

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Georgia Antley Hunt, Jeff Giglio and John L. Rogitz’s Nothing Like You (Malibu Moon – Miss Derek) was much the best in the $300,000 Santa Anita Oaks (G2), scoring by 7-1/2 lengths over fellow OBS graduate Kinza (Carpe Diem – Secret Wonder). Away slowly, the 3-year-old daughter of Malibu Moon rated on the inside, slipped through on the rail to take the lead turning for home and drew off with authority. Trained by Bob Baffert, she has three stakes wins, an 8-4-1-0 record and $423,160. At the 2023 OBS Spring Sale, she turned in an Under Tack eighth in :10 flat and was purchased out of the Wildheart Thoroughbreds consignment for $190,000. watch her under tack video

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Sonata Stable’s Arzak rated behind the leaders in Keeneland’s $350,000 Shakertown Stakes (G2), went after the lead after turning for home, took charge a furlong out and was best by a length at the wire. It’s the third graded stakes win for the 6-year-old son of Not This Time, purchased for $575,000 out of the Julie Davies consignment at the 2020 OBS Spring Sale after breezing an Under Tack eighth in :10 flat. Trained by Mike Trombetta, he has compiled 25-8-3-1 career record and has earned $824,019. watch  his under tack video

Power Squeeze takes the Gulfstream Park Oaks

OBS graduates scored in three stakes races at Gulfstream on Saturday.

Power Squeeze (Adam Coglianese)

Lea Farms, LLC’s Power Squeeze (Union Rags – Callmethesqueeze) is on her way to the Kentucky Oaks (G1) after capturing the $250,000 Gulfstream Park Oaks (G2). After bumping with a rival on the first turn, she relaxed off the pace, circled horses on the turn, wore down the leaders in the stretch and scored by a length. It’s the fourth straight win and first graded stakes victory for the 3-year-old filly by Union Rags, purchased for $90,000 out of the Halcyon Hammock consignment at the 2023 OBS Spring Sale after turning in an Under Tack eighth in:10 1/5. Trained by Jorge Delgado, she’s now 6-4-1-0 and has earned $337,450.  watch her under tack video    Spring  Sale walking video

Il Miracolo (Nicole Thomas photo)

Alexandres, LLC’s Il Miracolo (Gun Runner – Tapit’s World) was in a three-way battle from the start of the $150,000 Ghostzapper Stakes (G3), fought head to head down the stretch and prevailed by a neck in the final yards. It’s the second graded stakes win for the 4-year-old son of Gun Runner, trained by Antonio Sano, who has compiled a 19-4-5-3 career record and earned $653,585. At the 2022 OBS June Sale, he breezed an Under Tack eighth in :10 3/5 and was purchased for $70,000 out of the de Meric Sales consignment. watch his under tack video       June Sale walking video

Set (Adam Coglianese photo)

Gary Barber & Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners’ Set (Oscar Performance – Three Am Tour) is two for two and a stakes winner after leading a 1-2-3 OBS sweep of the $125,000 Cutler Bay Stakes. Tracking the leaders in the early going, the 3-year-old son of Oscar Performance swung wide off the turn, took charge a furlong from home and was best by a length and a quarter. Fellow OBS graduates Double Your Money (Demarchelier (GB) – Aesculus) and Salvattore Prince (Street Sense – Patricia’s Ring) were second and third. Trained by Mark Casse, Set has earned $117,950 to date. At the 2023 OBS Spring Sale, he sped an Under Tack quarter in:20 4/5 and was purchased for $150,000 out of the Gene Recio consignment. watch his under tack video   

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Muth wins the Arkansas Derby

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Zedan Racing Stables’ Muth (Good Magic – Hoppa) again served notice he’s a force to be reckoned with in the 3-year-old division, scoring a two-length win in the $1.5-million Arkansas Derby (G1) at Oaklawn Park. Pressing the pace from the start, the son of Good Magic went after the lead leaving the backstretch, took command turning for home and eased away down the stretch to a decisive victory. It’s the second grade one win for the son of Good Magic, consigned to the 2023 OBS March Sale by Top Line Sales LLC, Agent, and purchased by Donato Lanni, Agent, for a sale record equaling $2-million after turning in an Under Tack eighth in :9 3/5. The latest OBS Millionaire, Muth is now 6-4-2-0 for trainer Bob Baffert and has earned $1,504,100.  watch his under tack video     March Sale walking video

Mystic Lake wins Tampa’s Stonehedge Farm Sophomore Fillies Stakes

Mystic Lake (SV Photography)

Mystic Lake (Mo Town – Salty Soul) went right to the lead in the $110,000 Stonehedge Farm Sophomore Fillies Stakes, set a comfortable pace, then drew away down the stretch to win in hand by 3-1/2 lengths. It’s the second stakes win for the 3-year-old Florida-bred filly by Mo Town. She’s a two-time OBS graduate, sold by Summerfield (Francis & Barbara Vanlangendonck), Agent, at the 2022 October Yearling Sale and then purchased for $130,000 out of the Tom McCrocklin consignment at the 2023 March Sale after breezing an Under Tack quarter in :20 4/5. Trained by Saffie A. Joseph, Jr., she’s now 6-3-1-1 and has earned $183,266. watch her under tack video     March Sale walking video

A pair of OBS grads scored in Saturday Stakes at Fair Grounds

Team Hanley, Richard Schermerhorn and Paul Braverman’s I’m Very Busy (Cloud Computing – Two Kisses) captured his first stakes victory in the $300,000 Muniz Memorial Classic Stakes (G2). Far back in the early going, the 4-year-old son of Cloud Computing swung wide turning for home, took charge a sixteenth from home and scored by 3-3/4 lengths. Fellow OBS graduate Webslinger (Constitution – Arana) checked in third. Trained by Chad Brown, the win leaves him with a 9-3-3-1 record and $590,450 in earnings. Consigned by James Layden, ,Agent, to the 2022 OBS March Sale, he was sold for $135,000 after breezing an Under Tack eighth in:10 2/5. watch his under tack video     March Sale walking video

Hat Racing LLC’s Brian’s Iron Mike (Iron Fist – Hildegarde), second in the 2023 Costa Rising Stakes at Fair Grounds, returned for the 2024 renewal, circled the field from the rear and was best by 2-1/2 lengths at the wire. That’s two stakes wins for the 5-year-old son of Iron Fist, trained by Allen Landry, now 18-5-5-2 with earnings of $281,500.  At the 2021 OBS Spring Sale, he was purchased for $15,000 out of the Grassroots Training & Sales consignment after an Under Tack eighth in :10 2/5. watch his under tack video   Spring Sale walking video

Three OBS grads took stakes at Turfway Park on Saturday

Magic Oaks’ Dana’s Beauty (Not This Time – City Siren) took the $250,000 Latonia Stakes in frontrunning style, taking the lead at the start and never looking back en route to a 2-3/4 length victory. It’s the first stakes win for the 6-year-old mare by Not This Time, trained by Joe Sharp, now 37-8-4-8 with $428,167 in earnings. She’s a two-time OBS graduate, sold first by Bobby Jones Equine at the 2019 October Yearling Sale then sold for $70,000 by Blue River Bloodstock, Agent, at the 2020 Spring Sale after working an Under Tack quarter in :21 3/5. watch her under tack video  

Yutaka Enterprises Corp.’s Okiro (Yoshida (JPN) – She Hung The Moon) was off a bit slowly in the $230,000 Animal Kingdom Stakes, rallied to go after the leaders in the lane, took charge inside the final eighth and eased away to a 2-1/2 length victory. It’s the first stakes win for the 3-year-old son of Yoshida (JPN), consigned by Skies Thoroughbreds, Agent, to the 2023 March Sale, and sold for $25,000 after breezing an eighth in:10 1/5 at the Under Tack Show. Now 7-3-2-1 for trainer Jose Garoffalo, he has earned $238,960. watch his under tack video   March Sale walking video

Amerman Racing LLC’s Trikari (Oscar Performance – Dynamic Holiday) stalked the leaders in the early going of the $250,000 Rushaway Stakes, battled head and head down the stretch, and was best by a neck at the finish. Graham Motion trains the 3-year-old colt by Oscar Performance, now 4-2-1-0 with $199,790 in earnings. Consigned by Ordonez Thoroughbreds to the 2022 October Yearling Sale, he was sold to Amerman Racing for $27,500. October Sale walking video

Beeline best in Gulfstream’s Hutcheson

Beeline (Ryan Thompson photo)

Vintage Thoroughbreds LLC, Scott Estes and Brian Hanley’s Beeline (Bee Jersey – Secretariat Humor) is two for two and a stakes winner after taking Gulfstream’s $120,000 Hutcheson Stakes on Saturday. The 3-year-old colt by Bee Jersey took charge at the start, surrendered the lead at the head of the stretch, regained it a furlong out and was best by a nose at the wire, with fellow OBS graduate Patriot Spirit (Constitution – Mistical Plan) checking in third.  Trained by Riley Mott, Beeline has earned $102,760. At the 2023 OBS June Sale, he sped a quarter in :21 2/5 at the Under Tack Show and was purchased for $70,000 by Bradley Thoroughbreds LLC, Agent, out of the Eddie Woods consignment.  watch his under tack video

A pair of Grassroots Training and Sales alumni scored stakes victories on Saturday at Oaklawn Park.

West Point Thoroughbreds’ Jaxon Traveler (Munnings – Listen Boy) stalked the leaders in the $250,000 Whitmore Stakes (G3), battled to the front inside the furlong pole and gamely scored by a nose. That’s seven stakes wins for the 6-year-old son of Munnings, trained by Steve Asmussen, now 29-9-7-5 with $891,849 earnings.  After breezing an Under Tack eighth in:10 flat at the 2020 OBS Spring Sale, he was purchased for $140,000 out of the Grassroots Training & Sales consignment by L.E.B., Agent for West Point Thoroughbreds, Inc. watch his under tack video   Spring Sale walking video

Randy Patterson, Sam M. Vogel, and Randy L. Morse’s Asternia (Astern (AUS) – La Chepis) wasup close early in the $200,000 Purple Martin Stakes, went after the leaders on the turn, took over in the stretch and drew off to win by 5-1/4 lengths. It’s the first stakes for the 3-year-old filly by Astern (AUS), consigned by Grassroots Training and Sales to the2023 OBS Spring Sale and sold for $90,000 after breezing an Under Tack eighth in :10 1/5. Trained by Randy Morse, he’s now 7-2-2-0 and has earned $269,985. watch his under tack video     Spring Sale walking video

OBS grads captured two stakes on Sunday at Aqueduct.

Antonio of Venice (Chelsea Durand)

Michael Imperio, Robert Cotrone, Hibiscus Stables LLC and Rudy R. Rodriguez’ Antonio of Venice (Laoban – Stella Performance) shot to lead in the $100,000 Damon Runyon Stakes and kept on going, galloping in hand to a 9-1/4 length victory. It’s the second stakes win for the 3-year-old colt by Laoban, who breezed an Under Tack eighth in :10 1/5 at the 2023 OBS March Sale and was purchased for $35,000 out of the Longoria Training & Sales consignment. Trained by Rudy Rodriguez, he’s now 8-3-2-1 and earned $425,744. watch his under tack video     March Sale walking video

Sweet Brown Sugar (Chelsea Durand)

Richie Rich Racing Stable’s Sweet Brown Sugar (Collected – Rachel’s Blue Moon) just off the leaders while saving ground in the $100,000 East View Stakes, took command on the turn and eased away down the stretch en route to a four-length victory. It’s the first stakes win for the 3-year-old daughter of OBS graduate Collected, trained by Paul Barrow, now 6-4-0-1 with $150,500 in earnings. Consigned by Scenic Sales to the 2023 OBS June Sale, she was purchased for $32,000 by Nick J. Hines, Agent for Richie Rich Stables, after turning in Under Tack eighth in :10 1/5. watch her under tack video

Unbeaten Kinza romps in Santa Anita’s Santa Ysabel

KInza (Benoit photo)

Michael Lund Petersen’s unbeaten Kinza (Carpe Diem – Secret Wonder) made it three for three with two graded stakes victories. Going right to the front in Saturday’s$101,500 Santa Ysabel Stakes (G3) at Santa Anita the 3-year-old filly by millionaire OBS graduate Carpe Diem, trained by Bob Baffert, opened up on the turn and drew off in the stretch to an effortless five length victory. Purchased for $30,000 out of the Summerfield consignment at the 2022 OBS October Sale, she has earned $159,000 to date. October Sale walking video

Skippylongstocking (SV photo)

Daniel Alonso’s Skippylongstocking successfully defended his title on Saturday in the $100,000 Challenger Stakes (G3) at Tampa Bay  Downs, pressing the pace, taking over in the stretch and easing away to a 2-1/2 length victory. That’s five graded stakes wins for the 4-year-old colt by Exaggerator trained by Saffie A. Joseph, Jr., who has compiled a 22-7-2-4 record and earned $1,654,185. Consigned by Top Line Sales to the 2021 OBS Spring Sale, he was sold for $37,000 after breezing an Under Tack eighth in :10 2/5.  watch his under tack video

Ashbrook Farm and Upland Flats Racing’s Red Carpet Ready stalked the pace in Gulfstream’s $145,000 Hurricane Bertie Stakes (G3) on Saturday, swung out for the drive, took command a furlong out and was best by half a length. It’s the third graded stakes victory for the 4-year-old daughter of Oscar Performance, consigned by Mayberry Farm, Agent, to the 2022 OBS Spring Sale, where she went through the ring after breezing an Under Tack eighth in :10 1/5.  Now 7-5-0-1 for trainer Rusty Arnold, she has earned $666,370.  watch her under tack video     Spring Sale walking video        

Mucho Del Oro (Benoit photo)

Purple Rein Racing’s Mucho Del Oro (Mucho Macho Man – Repeta) scored his first stakes victory in Saturday’s $101,500 San Simeon Stakes (G3) at Santa Anita. The 6-year-old son of Mucho Macho took the lead at the start and gamely held it to the finish, best by a length. Trained Doug O’Neill, he’s now 17-9-2-0 and has earned $355,100. He was sold for 30,000 at the 2020 OBS Spring Sale by Top Line Sales LLC, Agent, after breezing an eighth in :10 1/5 at the Under Tack Show. watch his under tack video   

Hot Fudge (Chelsea Durand photo)

KEM Stables’ Hot Fudge (Liam’s Map – Nelle’s Mischief) rated wide off the pace in Saturday’s $100,000 Correction Stakes at Aqueduct, went after the leaders down the stretch and was up in the final jump to score by a nose. It’s the fifth consecutive victory and third stakes win in a row for the 5-year-old daughter of Liam’s Map, trained by Linda Rice, now 13-8-1-1 with $493,905 in earnings. She was purchased for $235,000 out of the Flying Fish consignment at the 2021 OBS Spring Sale after turning in an Under Tack eighth in :9 4/5.  watch her under tack video

Stone Silent (Adam Coglianese photo)

Victoriam Farm LLC’s Stone Silent (Adios Charlie – Travelator) pressed the pace from the rail in Sunday’s $120,000 Captiva Island Stakes at Gulfstream, took the lead a sixteenth from home and was best by half a length. That’s three straight stakes wins for the 4-year-old Florida-bred filly by Adios Charlie, consigned by Ocala Stud, Agent, to the 2022 OBS March Sale, and sold for $410,000 after working an Under Tack quarter in :20 2/5. Trained by Brian Lynch, she’s now 11-5-2-1 with $360,978 in earnings. watch her under tack video March Sale walking video

Du Jour wins Santa Anita’s Kilroe Mile

Du Jour (Benoit photo)

Natalie J. Baffert and Debbie Lanni’s Du Jour (Temple City – Guiltless) is the newest OBS millionaire after a two-length victory in the $300 000 Frank E. Kilroe Mile Stakes (G1) on Sunday at Santa Anita. It’s the first grade one and third graded stakes win for the 6-year-old son of Temple City, who found room between horses coming to the eighth pole before taking command and winning decisively. After turning in an Under Tack eighth in :10 1/5 at the 2020 OBS Spring Sale, he was purchased for $280,000 by Donato Lanni, Agent.  Trained by Bob Baffert, he has compiled a 17-6-3-2 career record and earned $1,118,220.    Spring Sale walking video         watch his under tack video

Super Chow (Susie Raisher photo)

Lea Farms, LLC’s Super Chow (Lord Nelson – Bonita Mia) dueled for the lead from the start of Saturday’s $175,000 Tom Fool Stakes (G3) at Aqueduct, shook loose turning for home an eased away to score by a length and a quarter. It’s the second straight graded stakes win for the 4-year-old Lord Nelson colt, trained by Jorge Delgado, now 17-8-4-4 with $686,900 in earnings. After breezing an eighth in :10 flat at the Under Tack Show, he was purchased for $75,000 out of the Eisaman Equine consignment at the 2022 OBS Spring Sale.      watch his under tack video      Spring Sale walking video

Run Classic leads OBS sweep of the Gulfstream Park Sprint Stakes

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Tom R. Durant’s Run Classic (Runhappy – Pledge Pin) led a 1-2-3 OBS sweep of Saturday’s $125,000 Gulfstream Park Sprint Stakes, rallying wide into the stretch, running past the leaders and drawing away to score by 3-1/4 lengths over OBS Spring Sale grad Candy Man Rocket (Candy Ride (ARG) – Kenny Lane). OBS October grad Loco Abarrio (Valiant Minister – Ballyhoo Moon) was a nose back in third. It’s the first stakes victory for the 6-year-old son of Runhappy, purchased by Tom Durant for $475,000 out of the Pick View consignment at the 2022 OBS March Sale after speeding an Under Tack quarter in :20 3/5. Now 12-5-2-1 for trainer Jose D’Angelo, he has earned $405,767 to date.  watch his under tack video        March Sale walking video

Aaron Sones’ Lemon Muffin (Collected – Pelt) picked a fine spot to break her maiden, coming from off the pace, taking over a furlong out and winning the Oaklawn’s $400,000 Honeybee Stakes (G3) by 3-1/2 lengths. Breaking through after four consecutive second place finishes, the 3-year-old filly by OBS graduate Collected, trained by D. Wayne Lukas, is now 6-1-4-0 and has earned $305,250. At the 2023 OBS Spring Sale, she was purchased out of the Dark Star Thoroughbreds consignment for $140,000 by Bruno DeBerdt, Agent, after breezing an Under Tack eighth in :10 flat. watch her under tack video        Spring Sale walking video

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Glassman Racing’s Play the Music (Mo Town – Hey Little Sister) relaxed at the rear in the early going of Saturday’s $100,000 Lightning City Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs, rallied in the stretch and won going away by 2-1/2 lengths. It’s the second straight win and first stakes victory for the 4-year-old Mo Town filly, sold for $300,000 by Eisaman Equine, Agent, at the 2022 OBS Spring Sale after turning in an Under Tack eighth in :10 flat. Trained by Mark Casse, she has compiled a 10-4-1-3 record and has earned $278,666.    watch her under tack video        Spring Sale walking video

Manama Gold wins UAE Oaks

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Victorious Racing’s Manama Gold (Star Guitar – Charged Cotton) is three for three and a graded stakes winner after a frontrunning 1-1/4 length victory in the $700,000 UAE Oaks (G3) at Meydan on Friday. The 3-year-old Star Guitar filly, consigned to the 2023 OBS Spring Sale by Richardson Bloodstock, Agent, was sold for $200,000 to Oliver St. Lawrence Bloodstock after turning in an Under Tack eighth in :10 1/5. Trained by Fawzi Nass, she has earned AED726,000. watch her under tack video       Spring Sale walking video race-replay

OBS graduates enjoyed a productive day on the Saudi Cup undercard on Saturday. FMQ Stables’ Spring Sale grad Saudi Crown (Always Dreaming – New Narration) set the pace in the $20-million Saudi Cup (G1) and settled for third in the shadow of the wire. Earlier in the evening, Leon King Stable Corp.’s October/March graduate Bentornato (Valiant Minister – Her Special Way) led the way in $1.5-million Saudi Derby (G3) before finishing third and Spring Sale graduate Bold Journey (Hard Spun – Polly Freeze) was third in the $1.5-million Dirt Sprint (G3).

Halina’s Forte captures Aqueduct’s Ruthless Stakes

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Rigney Racing, LLC’s Halina’s Forte (Mitole – Lunarlady) circled horses to reach contention in the stretch of the $100,000 Ruthless Stakes at Aqueduct on Saturday, took command a furlong from home and eased away to score by a length and three quarters. It’s the first stakes victory for the 3-year-old Florida-bred filly by champion OBS graduate Mitole, trained by Philip A. Bauer, now 4-2-2-0 with $149,900 in earnings. She was sold for $130,000 by Summerfield (Francis & Barbara Vanlangendonck), at the 2022 OBS Winter Mixed Sale. January Sale walking video 

West Point Thoroughbreds’ Jaxon Traveler (Munnings – Listen Boy) went right to the front in Sunday’s $100,000 Bill Thomas Memorial Stakes at Sunland Park and never looked back on his way to a three length victory. That’s the sixth stakes win for the 6-year-old son of Munnings, purchased out of the Grassroots Training & Sales consignment at the 2020 OBS Spring Sale for $140,000 after turning in an Under Tack eighth in :10 flat. Trained by Steve Asmussen, he’s now 27-8-7-5 and has earned $741,849.    watch his under tack video     Spring Sale walking video

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Flanagan Racing’s Top Conor (Twirling Candy – Divine Dawn) made his debut for trainer Chad Brown  at Gulfstream Park on Saturday, and passed his first test with flying colors. Tracking the leaders in the early going, the million-dollar OBS March graduate swung wide for the drive, ran past the leaders a sixteenth out and was best by two lengths. Earning $42,000 for his effort, the 3-year-old son of Twirling Candy was purchased for $1,000,000 by Sean Flanagan out of the Eddie Woods consignment at the 2023 OBS March Sale after breezing an eighth in :9 4/5 at the Under Tack Show. watch his under tack video March Sale walking video

Kinza captures Santa Anita’s Las Virgenes Stakes

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Michael Lund Petersen’s Kinza (Carpe Diem – Secret Wonder) is two for two and a graded stakes winner, going straight to the front and never looking back en route to a two-length victory in Saturday’s $100,000 Las Virgenes Stakes (G3) at Santa Anita. Trained by Bob Baffert, the 3-year-old filly by millionaire OBS graduate Carpe Diem was purchased for $30,000 out of the Summerfield consignment at the 2022 OBS October Sale and has earned $99,000 to date. October Sale walking video

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Victoriam Farm LLC’s Stone Silent (Adios Charlie – Travelator) led a 1-2-3 OBS sweep of Gulfstream’s $115,000 Ladies Turf Sprint Stakes on Sunday, taking over turning for home, opening daylight in the stretch and best by 2/14 lengths over Choose Joy (Munnings – Elegantly), with Fulminate (Get Stormy – E Built This City) settling for third. It’s the third stakes victory for the 4-year-old Florida-bred filly by Adios Charlie, trained by Brian Lynch, now 1-4-2-1 with $290,838 in earnings. Consigned by Ocala Stud, Agent, to the 2022 OBS March Sale, she was sold for $410,000 after working an Under Tack quarter in :20 2/5. watch her under tack video March Sale walking video

Prince Sultan Bin Mishal Bin Aziz’ Just For Sul (Justify – Susie’s Baby) romped to a 3-1/2 length victory in the Japan’s Cup (G3) on Friday at Riyadh, taking command on the turn and drawing away with ease. The 4-year-old daughter of Justify was purchased for $800,000 out of the Wavertree consignment at the 2022 OBS Spring Sale after breezing an Under Tack quarter in :21 1/5. watch her under tack video Spring  Sale walking video  watch the race video

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Lea Farms, LLC’s Power Squeeze (Union Rags – Callmethesqueeze) saved ground in the early going of the $100,000 Suncoast Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs, stayed inside to take charge a furlong out and pulled away to score by 2-3/4 lengths. It’s the second straight stakes victory for the 3-year-old daughter of Union Rags, now 5-3-1-0 for trainer Jorge Delgado with $188,650 in earnings. After breezing an Under Tack eighth in :10 1/5 at the 2023 OBS Spring Sale, she was purchased for $90,000 out of the Halcyon Hammock consignment. watch her under tack video Spring  Sale walking video

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Zedan Racing Stables, Inc.’s Maymun (Frosted – Handwoven) a dazzling debut winner in January, tried two turns in his second start in an Allowance at Santa Anita on Sunday. Breaking on top, the 3-year-old colt by Frosted set the pace, was headed after turning for home then came again late to score by a neck. Consigned by Longoria Training & Sales, Agent, to the 2023 OBS Spring Sale, he sped an Under Tack eighth in :9 3/5 and was sold for $900,000 to Donato Lanni, Agent. Two for two for trainer Bob Baffert, he has earned $79,200 thus far. watch his under tack video Spring Sale walking video