Daaher Filly Comes Charging Late to Graduate
Updated - 8/22/2014
Daaher Filly Comes Charging Late to Graduate
|5th at SAR
||MSW ($83K) [5 1/2f]
||Winner: Clothes Fall Off, f, 2 by Daaher
|5th-SAR, $99,600, Msw
, 2yo, f, 5 1/2f (off turf),
1:05 4/5, sy.
+CLOTHES FALL OFF, f, 2, by Daaher
1st Dam: Tequilas Dayjur, by Dayjur
2nd Dam: Tequilas First, by Astro
3rd Dam: Tequila Tango, by Roanoke
Entered for main track only, Clothes Fall Off was dispatched at 7-2 while displaying a speedy worktab over this strip. Away a bit slow from her far outside draw, the bay appeared not to be taking to the slop while running several paths off the rail near the back of the pack through an opening quarter in :22.47. Advancing up the rail as the field entered the stretch, she weaved her way to the outside halfway down the lane and instantly splashed clear of her rivals to score an impressive three-length victory. Fusaichi Red (Fusaichi Pegasus) came flying after her late to be second. Purchased by Sandridge Stable for $70,000 as a yearling at Keeneland September, Clothes Fall Off was consigned to the OBS March sale where she was picked up for $150,000 by Cheyenne Stables after breezing a furlong in :10.2
. (ThoroStride Video
) The winner’s dam, Tequila Dayjur, and second dam, Tequilas First, were both first out winners. Tequilas Dayjur produced a filly by Any Given Saturday in 2013 and another filly by Dayjur this term. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0. Click for the brisnet.com chart or VIDEO.
O-Cheyenne Stables LLC, Southern Equine Stable LLC & Hat Creek Racing. B-Dean Hayes & Shadwell Farm LLC. T-Kiaran McLaughlin.
Cavorting Scales the Mountain in Adirondack
Updated - 8/10/2014
9th at SAR GII Adirondack S. ($200k) [6 1/2f] Winner: Cavorting, by Bernardini
In a battle of juvenile fillies by Bernardini, Stonestreet Stables’ "TDN Rising Star" Cavorting (ex Promenade Girl, by Carson City) got the better of Siena Farm’s Angela Renee (ex Pilfer, by Deputy Minister) in the final sixteenth of a mile en route to a 1 1/2-length victory in Sunday’s GII Adirondack S. at Saratoga. A $360,000 Keeneland November weanling acquisition, Cavorting could not have been more impressive in winning her maiden at first asking at Belmont Park July 3, streaking away to score by 11 powerful lengths. Sent off the 7-2 third choice in her first start since, the bay landed off the pace this time around as Vivian da Bling (Too Much Bling) set the pace from favored Angela Renee--the full-sister to MGISW To Honor and Serve--with fellow Rising Star Wonder Gal (Tiz Wonderful) tracking from the fence a couple of lengths in arrears. Cavorting took her cue from Irad Ortiz Jr. rounding the turn and the duo swept past Take Charge Brandi (Giant’s Causeway) and into a challenging position in upper stretch. Angela Renee took aim on the pacesetter entering the final furlong, but Cavorting ranged up to her outside, dueled briefly and edged clear. Wonder Gal was put in tight a few times in the final furlong and acquitted herself well in third. Lifetime Record: 2-2-0-0. O-Stonestreet Stables LLC. B-Swettenham Stud (KY). T-Kiaran McLaughlin.
ADIRONDACK S.-GII, $300,000, SAR, 8-10, 2yo, f, 6 1/2f, 1:16 2/5, ft.
1--#@CAVORTING, 118, f, 2, by Bernardini
1st Dam: Promenade Girl (GSW & MGISP, $678,990), by Carson City
2nd Dam: Promenade Colony, by Pleasant Colony
3rd Dam: Dance Review, by Northern Dancer
($360,000 wlng '12 KEENOV). O-Stonestreet Stables LLC; B-Swettenham Stud (KY); T-Kiaran P McLaughlin; J-Irad Ortiz Jr. $220,000. Lifetime Record: 2-2-0-0, $265,000. Werk Nick Rating: A+++. *Triple Plus*. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2--Angela Renee, 118, f, 2, Bernardini--Pilfer, by Deputy Minister. O-Siena Farm LLC; B-Siena Farms LLC (KY); T-Todd A Pletcher. $40,000.
3--Wonder Gal, 122, f, 2, Tiz Wonderful--Passe, by Dixie Union. ($210,000 2yo ‘14 OBSMAR). O-Treadway Racing Stable; B-Apache Farm LLC (NY); T-Leah Gyarmati. $20,000.
Margins: 1 3/4, 2 1/4, 2 3/4. Odds: 3.75, 1.90, 2.40.
Also Ran: Vivian Da Bling, Take Charge Brandi, Phoenix Park, Empressive Humor.
Click for the brisnet.com chart, the brisnet.com PPs or the free brisnet.com catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO.
Jess’s Dream Arrives in McLaughlin’s Barn
Updated - 8/4/2014
Jess's Dream, one of the highly anticipated 2-year-olds in racing, arrived at the barn of trainer Kiaran McLaughlin at 7:15 a.m. Sunday after a 24-hour van ride from the Stonestreet Training Center in Ocala, Fla.
The colt is the product of a dream mating between Horse of the Year Curlin (2007, 2008) and super filly Rachel Alexandra, the Horse of the Year in 2009. Both champions were raced by the late Stonestreet owner, Jess Jackson, who dreamed of pairing the two before he died in April 2011.
Jess's Dream shipped with three other 2-year-olds - by Tapit, More than Ready and another Curlin - and he laid down for a nap not long after arrival.
"He arrived in good shape with the other three; a little tired, but they shipped great and we're happy to have been selected to train him," McLaughlin said as the feisty Tapit colt bucked and screamed in his stall, while Jess's Dream snoozed next door.
Jess's Dream was born January 22, 2012. His name chosen in a contest and revealed in the winner's circle at the Spa following the running of the 2012 Curlin Stakes.
McLaughlin said the colt will gallop on the main track at 9:20 a.m. Monday.
"We'll get him started tomorrow - show him a new place, canter," McLaughlin said. "He could race this fall. He's been working in Florida at the farm."
McLaughlin knows a horse with such a magnificent pedigree fires the imagination of racing fans, and he, too, is excited.
"I think the nice thing is Stonestreet is very knowledgeable, sharp people, all of them involved, from [owner] Barbara [Banke] on down," McLaughlin said. "They understand the game. Sure, there's a lot of hype, and there should be - two horses of the year being mated. We're all hopeful, but we're just getting started."
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