The first day of the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-Year-Olds In Training Sale under-tack show was delayed two hours due to inclement weather in the preceding days, but a Street Sense colt made up for lost time with the fastest work of the day at a quarter-mile.
Covering the distance in :21 4/5 seconds at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Md., Hip 156 is a bay colt out of the unplaced Forest Wildcat mare Forest Fashion, who is the dam of two winners from three foals to race. His extended family includes Grade/Group 1 winners Charleston Rag and Casual Look, G2 winner Fashion Statement, and G3 winner Magnificience. Top Line Sales consigns the colt, as agent.
Four horses tied for the fastest time at an eighth of a mile, each stopping the clock in :10 1/5 seconds.
– Hip 106, a first-crop Competitive Edge filly who is the first foal out of the winning Scat Daddy mare Daddy's Lil Saint. Offered as property of Grassroots Training and Sales, the New York-bred is from the family of English champion Gentle Thoughts, and G1 winners Junius, Treizieme, and Bequest, and G2 winners Eastern Mystic and Go Blue or Go Home.
– Hip 118, Our Dixie Blue, a Weigelia filly out of the unraced Dixie Union mare Dixiewood, whose four foals to race are all winners. The Pennsylvania-bred's extended page includes Canadian champion Interpol, and G2 winners Carinosa, Del Mar Show, and Walkslikeaduck. Grassroots Training and Sales consigns Our Dixie Blue, as agent.
– Hip 152, a first-crop Race Day colt out of the G3-winning Flashy Bull mare Flashy Lassie, who is the dam of one winner from two foals to race. Preakness Stakes winner Bee Bee Bee is in the extended family, as well as G2 winner Forlana and G3 winner McCann. Kings Equine consigns the colt as agent for Spendthrift Farm.
– Hip 167, an Itsmyluckyday colt out of the placed Monarchos mare Golden Gal Al, whose three foals to race are all winners. A West Virginia-bred, the colt hails from the family of champions Silent Screen and Silverside, G1 winners Swagger Jack and Malibu Prayer, and G2 winner Valid. SBM Training and Sales consigns the colt, as agent.
The under-tack show continues daily through May 16, beginning each day at 8 a.m. Eastern. The auction will be held May 20-21 with a 11 a.m. start time.
To view the full results of Tuesday's under-tack show, click here.
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