Thursday, September 04, 2014
Forbes’ Firsters for Friday, September 5, 2014
Race 7, 2-year-old fillies, six furlongs, turf, 4:13 p.m.
TAP IT OUT (chestnut filly, Tapit—Great Intentions, by Cat Thief) is out of a sprinter who won the Grade 2 First Flight Handicap and Grade 2 Gallant Bloom Handicap. Great Intentions, who was unplaced in one start on the turf, is a half-sister to Sea Road, who won minor stakes on the turf at Gulfstream Park and Saratoga Race Course and was third in the Grade 3 Royal North on the grass. As a broodmare, Great Intentions has produced three starters, including two turf winners.
Owner: Richard Santulli
Trainer: Alan Goldberg
Jockey: Edgar Prado
CONSUMER CREDIT (dark bay or brown filly, More Than Ready—Sally Bowles, by London News) is out of a mare who in South Africa won the Group 2 KZN Fillies Guineas and was second in the Group 1 Allan Robertson Fillies Championship. Sally Bowles has produced one winner – London Citizen, who is stakes placed in Sweden – from two starters.
Owner: Klaravich Stables & William H. Lawrence
Trainer: Chad Brown
Jockey: Javier Castellano
Sales history: $185,000 Keeneland September yearling
MISS BEHAVIN MISS (bay filly, Mineshaft—Unbridled Sidney, by Unbridled’s Song) is out of a turf runner who won four stakes at Churchill Downs and one stakes apiece at Calder Race Course and Pimlico. Unbridled Sidney also was third in the Grade 3 Royal North and is a half-sister to Group 1 Dubai Golden Shaheen winner Caller One and Grade 2 A Phenomenon victor Prospect Bay. She has produced three starters, with her lone winner having picked up a maiden score on the turf.
Owner: Douglas Devenport
Trainer: Christophe Clement
Jockey: Jose Lezcano
ALL IN FUN (chestnut filly, Tapit—Devils Humor, by Distorted Humor) is the first foal out of her dam, a two-time winner on the dirt who is a daughter of Grade 1 Ashland and Grade 1 Mother Goose heroine Fleet Renee. Devils Humor is a half-sister to Stormy Renee, the dam of Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Sprinter winner Hightail.
Owner: Stuart Janney III
Trainer: Claude McGaughey III
Jockey: Joel Rosario
Sales history: $200,000 Keeneland September yearling
GINGER RUSH (chestnut filly, Speightstown—Victorina, by Delaware Township) is slated to become the first starter out of her dam, who won 10 black-type stakes, including the Grade 3 Azalea. On the turf, Victorina was third in the Grade 3 Senator Ken Maddy Handicap and second in a minor stakes at Santa Rosa. Ginger Rush’s second dam is a half-sister C. S. Silk, who won the Grade 1 Just a Game on the grass, and Remember Sheik, victorious in the Grade 3 El Camino Real Derby on the dirt.
Owner: Bach Stables
Trainer: William Mott
Jockey: Junior Alvarado
Sales history: $90,000 Keeneland September yearling
LANA’S FORTUNE (dark bay or brown filly, Harlan’s Holiday—My Pal Lana, by Kris S.) is out of a mare who won the River Memories and Flaming Page, a pair of listed stakes on the turf at Woodbine. My Pal Lana has produced two turf winners from three starters. Lana’s Fortune’s second dam, Palana, was a listed stakes winner in England.
Owner: Fortune Farm
Trainer: Jeremiah Englehart
Jockey: Manuel Franco
Sales history: $40,000 Keeneland November weanling; $70,000 Fasig-Tipton October yearling
FORBES’ FIRSTERS ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
To be eligible for Forbes’ Firsters, a first-time starter running in a non-statebred race must meet at least one of the following criteria:
* Is out of a graded-stakes-winning mare
* Is a sibling to a graded-stakes winner
* Is out of a Grade 1-placed mare
* Is a sibling to a Grade 1-placed runner
* Is out of a black-type earning mare who earned at least $300,000
* Is a sibling to a black-type earner who has earned at least $300,000
* Has a second dam who was a Grade 1 winner
* Has a second dam who produced a Grade 1 winner
* Sold for at least $300,000 at auction
Forbes’ Firsters is a collaboration between Jon Forbes and Susie Raisher.