The Hidden Brook program reached a milestone on August 4th, when the Mike McCarty-owned/Steve Asmussen-trained colt Street Prancer shipped to Canada and scored a decisive win in the $75,000 Manitoba Derby. By Street Sense out of Lightfoot Lane, 3-year-old Street Prancer was foaled and raised at Hidden Brook, who bred the colt along with Jonathan Mills and Darley.
In winning the 66th running of the historic Manitoba Derby, the handsome bay became the 100th stakes winner directly associated with the Hidden Brook program.
Street Prancer joins the ranks of prominent Hidden Brook alumni Dad's Caps, Discreet Cat, Discreetly Mine, Awesome Maria, Musket Man, Backseat Rhythm, Rose Catherine, Pianist, Starship Truffles, Musket Man and dual classic winner Big Brown. This year alone, Hidden Brook has accounted for 32 Stakes Horses, 19 Graded Stakes Horses, 14 Stakes Winners and 10 Graded Stakes Winners—including two Grade I winners.
“We are extremely proud of the success of the horses that have come through our program,” said Hidden Brook partner Sergio de Sousa. “We have to thank our strong base of loyal clientele that have afforded us the opportunity to build a winning program – we are truly partners in every sense of the word.”
Just last week, Hidden Brook announced that they are expanding into Ocala, Florida with the addition of a breaking and training division headed by founding partner Mark Roberts.
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