BEAU RECALL has an explosive closing kick that gets your heart racing. She was multiple graded stakes place before we bought into her in the summer of 2017. She went on to be beaten a nose in the G1 Del Mar Oaks later that summer. She has come back strong for her four-year-old season with a victory in the G2 Royal Heroine Stakes. She is trained by Simon Callaghan and is based at Santa Anita.
INSTA ERMA was an improving 4 year old filly when we bought her in the summer of 2017. She went on to win a stake in the Fall of ’17, before running a game 3rd in the Matriarch S. (G1). She continued to show she was a competitive top level turf mare with a placing in the Megahertz S. (G3) and winning the Kentucky Downs Ladies Turf S. (G3). She sold at the 2018 Keeneland November Sale for $425,000 to SF Bloodstock & Newgate Farm.
Lady Prancealot is a 3 year old daughter of Sir Prancealot. Lady Prancealot won the G3 Honeymoon Stakes at Santa Anita after hitting the board in her previous 2 Graded Stakes opportunities. She possesses the same electric turn of foot that is a calling card of Sir Prancealot’s progeny. She was a fast closing 3rd in the G1 Del Mar Oaks after an impossible trip, but followed that up with wins in the G3 Pin Oak Valley View Stakes and the G1 American Oaks at Santa Anita. Lady Prancealot is based in California and is trained by Richard Baltas.
Motion Emotion is a multiple graded stakes placed 3 year old filly. She is by leading 3rd crop stallion Take Charge Indy, and is from the family of Breeders’ Cup winner Shared Account. Motion Emotion has shown explosive talent earlier this year at Oaklawn Park where she impressively won an allowance, and ran 2nd in two KY Oaks preps. She has shown a lot of natural speed, and the willingness to battle down the lane, even after taking pace pressure. She was given some time off after the G1 Kentucky Oaks, and won the Zia Park Oaks after being transferred to trainer Richard Baltas, who is based in California.
MIDNIGHT CROSSING is by top European stallion Dark Angel. This was a very appealing pedigree when we purchased her in November ’17. She won the Robert Frankel (G3) in her first start for us in December of 2017. She was also stakes-placed for us in the Osunitas S. and a close second in the Santa Ana S. (G2). She was sold at the 2018 Tattersalls December Mare Sale for $534,366 to Pursuit of Success.
QUEEN BLOSSOM was a gorgeous 4-year-old filly that we purchased out of the Fasig-Tipton November auction. She was a G3 winner in Ireland before coming the the United States. She then won the Santa Barbara S. (G3) for Medallion and placed in multiple Southern California stakes. She was sold at the 2018 Tattersalls December Mare Sale for $146,951 to Pursuit of Success.
We purchased SASSY SIENNA off of a 9+ length allowance score at Oaklawn Park. Our plan was to run her in all of the 2018 Kentucky Oaks preps at Oaklawn. She ran 2nd and 3rd in the first two Oaks preps, before winning the $400,000 Fantasy S. (G3). She ran a great 6th in the Kentucky Oaks (G1). Later in the summer she placed in the Monmouth Oaks (G3). She fetched $775,000 at the 2018 Keeneland November Sale.
SELCOURT was an ultra impressive winner of her first start. We purchased a minority share off of this impressive victory. She has blossomed into one of the top filly and mare sprinters in the country, with a top Beyer Speed figure of 103, and an even more impressive best Ragozin of 2.5. Selcourt is trained by John Sadler and is based at Santa Anita.
Street Band is a 3yo filly by Istan. She was an impressive winner of the G2 Fair Grounds Oaks. After finishing 6th in the G1 Kentucky Oaks, after a difficult trip, she came back to easily win the G3 Indiana Oaks. After a strong showing in the G1 Alabama (3rd place), she ran the best race of her life to date in the $1,000,000 G1 Cotillion at Parx. She unleashed a powerful late kick to win in last to first fashion. In the Cotillion she defeated 4 G1 Winners including the 2yo champion, the KY Oaks winner, and the only 3yo filly with 2 G1 wins this year. She finished third in her 2020 debut, in a stacked edition of the Houston Ladies Classic, which she lost by only a half-length.
Street Band is trained by Larry Jones and is based at Churchill Downs.