First Mares Confirmed in Foal to Caleb’s Posse

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Caleb's Posse wins BC Dirt Mile Caleb's Posse wins BC Dirt Mile

Multiple Grade 1 winner Caleb’s Posse, who is standing his inaugural season at Three Chimneys, was represented by his first several mares confirmed in foal this week.

Divine Cindy, Dontstealmythunder, Numero D’oro, and Elusive Sebu all scanned in foal. All are boarded at Candy Meadows and are owned by Everett Dobson, who co-owned Caleb’s Posse during his racing career along with Don McNeill. Both retained partial ownership in Caleb’s Posse as a stallion.

Divine Cindy is a 2008 mare by Pulpit and out of the Storm Cat mare Cindy’s Quest. She is half to stakes winner Honor The Flag, by Honour and Glory, and the stakes-placed Our Sacred Honor, also by Honour and Glory.

Dontstealmythunder, by Gulch, is a 2003 mare out of the Meadowlake mare Meadow Vista. She’s the dam of five foals, three of racing age, two of which are winners. Dontstealmythunder is half to the stakes winner Bachata, by Kingmambo.

Numero D’oro is an unraced daughter of Medaglia d’Oro out of the Caro (IRE) mare Une Pavane (FR). Born in 2008, she is half to Ice Lady, a stakes-placed daughter of Cat Thief.

Elusive Sabu is a 2008 daughter of Elusive Quality out of the Secretariat mare Swaalif. She is half to Mykindasaint, by Saint Ballado, winner of the Princess S. and Cassidy S. at two, and the Pan Zareta Breeders’ Cup Stakes at four.

Two-time Eclipse Award finalist Caleb’s Posse is best remembered for his wins in the 2011 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile-G1 and the King’s Bishop Stakes-G1. He earned three of the top ten Beyer Speed Figures up to a mile in 2012, including the co-leading Beyer for both seven furlongs and a mile.

Caleb’s Posse stands for a fee of $10,000 at Three Chimneys Farm.

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