Freud’s Daughters Shine in South America – Boom Boom Siena Becomes His 46th Black-Type SW

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FreudBy Rab Hagin

Dona Licha Stable’s Argentine-bred BOOM BOOM SIENA showed she could stretch out to 2,000 meters (about 1¼ miles) on turf at Peru’s Monterrico track near Lima on Sunday, May 22, winning the listed Republica Argentina over nine rivals to become the 46th black-type stakes winner sired by FREUD. It was the 3-year-old filly’s fourth grass win at Monterrico in 12 career starts, following successive tallies at 1,500 meters (about 15/16ths of a mile) on December 13 and 27 and another score at 1,800 meters (about 1 1/8 miles) on March 5.

Foaled in Argentina on July 3, 2012 but raced exclusively in Peru under the same Dona Licha yellow and green silks that Freud’s Peruvian champion and Group 1 winner, ALEX ROSSI, had carried, Boom Boom Siena led throughout in the two-turn Republica Argentina. She is the second new stakes winner to represent Freud in 15 days, following the May 7 graded victory on Churchill Downs dirt by 3-year-old SHARP AZTECA for Ivan Rodriguez’s Gelfenstein Farm – described by his trainer, Jorge Navarro, as the “best-looking horse I’ve ever seen in my life.”

Also winning in South America on May 22 was Freud’s two-time runner-up in Argentine group turf events in April, KEY DANCE, an Argentine homebred 3-year-old filly (foaled 9-17-12) who races for Santa Ines Stable. Back on dirt at Palermo following her back-to-back group runner-up efforts on San Isidro grass, Key Dance led throughout against eight rivals in a 1,400-meter (about seven furlongs) contest to win by four lengths in 1:21-flat for her second dirt victory at that distance. This past February she had scored by six lengths against 13 rivals going 1,400 meters on San Isidro turf. Two days prior to Key Dance’s latest victory (May 20), Chimpay Stable’s Freud filly, FREUDS FEMME, won against 11 rivals going 1,200 meters (about six furlongs) on San Isidro dirt, coming from off the pace to catch another Freud filly, CLASSIC FREUD, at the wire in a photo. There was a daylight margin separating those two Freud fillies from the rest of the field.

Mission Impazible’s 2nd 2YO Starter from 1st Crop – Proud Mission – Is His 2nd 1st-Out Winner

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The second 2-year-old starter from the first crop of millionaire MISSION IMPAZIBLE, Twin Creek Racing Stables LLC’s PROUD MISSION, won first-out on Sunday, May 22 in a 5½-furlong Lone Star Park maiden special contest despite breaking last and veering out from the outside post before going five-wide on the turn. The odds-on Kentucky-bred filly trailed the front-running runner-up by more than four lengths at the eighth-mile pole while in fourth place but overcame that deficit decisively in the final furlong. Conceived in New York and sold in Kentucky at Keeneland in November of 2014 (as a $30,000 weanling) and at Fasig-Tipton’s October 2015 yearling sale, where Randy Gullatt’s Twin Creek Racing Stables LLC purchased her, Proud Mission is the second debut juvenile winner from Mission Impazible’s first crop. The first, Twin Creeks Racing Stables LLC’s and Sequel Racing’s New York homebred, SILVER MISSION, became Mission Impazible’s first winner when he won his debut at odds-on in a $92,500 open maiden special going 4½ furlongs at Aqueduct on April 21.

Mission Impazible, who likewise won his own 2-year-old debut in a Keeneland April maiden special at 4½ furlongs before becoming a multiple Grade 2-winning two-turn specialist at 3, 4, and 5, is the only North American first-crop sire represented by two first-out winners from  only two starters. Two other North American first-crop sires have two winners (from more runners), although only Mission Impazible’s winners scored both their victories in non-restricted maiden special competition in the U.S.

Ten other juveniles from Mission Impazible’s first crop – four colts and six fillies and nine of them New York-breds – have been consigned to Fasig-Tipton Midlantic’s sale of 2-year-olds in training in Timonium, Maryland on Monday and Tuesday, May 23-24. Scheduled to sell on Monday are two of his colts, Hip No. 46 and Hip No. 202. On Tuesday, two more Mission Impazible colts, Hip No. 310 and Hip No. 418, are scheduled to sell, plus his six fillies: Hip No. 313, Hip No. 330, Hip No. 349, Hip No. 493, Hip No. 574, and Hip No. 584. An intriguing member of this contingent is Hip No. 310, who is the first offspring produced from a multiple stakes-placed winner and worked a quarter-mile in 21 3/5 in the pre-sale under tack show.

By Rab Hagin

WHY FREUD RANKS AS ONE OF THE MOST VERSATILE SIRES EVER TO STAND IN NORTH AMERICA:

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Through May 22, 2016, FREUD has sired 46 black-type stakes winners that have won 113 black-type events identified as “stakes” – including graded races on dirt, turf, synthetic. These 113 stakes wins have occurred at 23 tracks in four countries and one commonwealth in two hemispheres, ranging from 5½ furlongs to 1½ miles. By surface, 56 have been on dirt, 52 on turf, and 5 on synthetic. By age, 18 have been won by 2-year-olds, 43 by 3-year-olds, 12 by 4-year-olds, 25 by 5-year-olds, 4 by 6-year-olds, 8 by 7-year-olds, 3 by an 8-year-old. On NYRA’s 9 racing strips, 15 of these wins have been on Belmont dirt, 11 on Belmont outer turf, 11 on Belmont inner turf, 8 on Aqueduct outer dirt, 8 on Saratoga inner turf, 5 on Aqueduct inner dirt, 4 on Saratoga dirt, 3 on Saratoga outer turf, and 2 on Aqueduct turf. Freud is the only sire of stakes winners on all 9 NYRA courses. Listed below are Freud’s 46 stakes winners and the distances, tracks, surfaces, and seasons at, on, and during which those 113 stakes wins occurred.

 FRANNY FREUD, filly, 2007 –             Grade 1, 6 furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2010

Grade 2, 7 furlongs + 184 feet, Keeneland synthetic (Polytrack), 2010

7 furlongs, Belmont Park outer turf, 2010

6½ furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2010

6 furlongs, Woodbine synthetic (Polytrack), 2009

6 furlongs, Aqueduct outer dirt (muddy), 2009

6 furlongs, Finger Lakes dirt, 2009

 

GIANT RYAN, horse, 2006 –               Grade 1, 6 furlongs, Belmont Park dirt (muddy), 2011

Grade 2, 6 furlongs, Calder Race Course dirt (good), 2011

6 furlongs, Calder Race Course dirt, 2011

6 furlongs, Aqueduct outer dirt, 2011

 

ALEX ROSSI (ARG), colt, 2011 –         Group 1, 1,600 meters (abt. 1 mile), dirt, Monterrico (Peru), 2014

1,600 meters (abt. 1 mile), dirt, Monterrico (Peru), 2014

2,000 meters (abt. 1¼ miles), dirt, Monterrico (Peru), 2015

FUTURE PROSPECT, gelding, 2004 – Grade 2, 1 1/16 miles, Turfway Park synthetic (Polytrack), 2011

1 1/8 miles, Saratoga dirt, 2009

1 1/16 miles, Belmont Park dirt, 2009

 

ZEIDE ISAAC, colt/horse, 2005 –        Group 2, 2,000 meters (abt. 1¼ miles), turf, Monterrico (Peru), 2009

Group 2, 2,400 meters (abt. 1½ miles), turf, Monterrico (Peru), 2009

Group 2, 2,000 meters (abt. 1¼ miles), turf, Monterrico (Peru), 2010

Group 2, 2,000 meters (abt. 1¼ miles), turf, Monterrico (Peru), 2012

Group 3, 2,000 meters (abt. 1¼ miles), turf, Monterrico (Peru), 2012

Group 3, 1,800 meters (abt. 1 1/8 mi.), turf, Monterrico (Peru), 2012

1,500 meters (abt. 7½ furlongs), turf, Monterrico (Peru), 2010

2,000 meters (abt. 1¼ miles), turf, Monterrico (Peru), 2011

 

LUBASH, colt/horse, 2007 –                 Grade 3, 1 1/8 miles, Gulfstream Park West turf (good), 2014

Grade 3, 1 1/16 miles, Belmont Park outer turf, 2013

1 1/16 miles, Belmont Park inner turf (set course record), 2015

Mile, Belmont Park outer turf, 2015

1 1/16 miles, Saratoga inner turf, 2015

1 1/8 miles, Belmont Park inner turf (good), 2014

1 1/16 miles, Saratoga outer turf, 2012

1 1/8 miles, Belmont inner turf (yielding), 2012

1 1/16 miles, Saratoga inner turf, 2010

Mile, Belmont Park outer turf (yielding), 2010

Mile, Aqueduct turf, 2010

 

HESSONITE, filly/mare, 2008 –             Grade 3, 1 1/16 miles, Belmont Park outer turf, 2013

1 1/16 miles, Saratoga inner turf, 2013

1 1/16 miles, Belmont Park inner turf (yielding), 2011

Mile, Saratoga inner turf, 2011

7 furlongs, Belmont Park outer turf, 2011

Mile, Saratoga inner turf (yielding), 2012

1 1/16 miles, Saratoga outer turf, 2012

1 1/8 miles, Belmont Park inner turf (yielding), 2012

1 1/16 miles, Belmont Park outer turf (yielding), 2012

 

MUST GO ON (ARG), colt, 2011- Group 2, 2,400 meters (abt. 1½ miles), turf, Palermo (Argentina), 2015

Group 2, 2,400 meters (abt. 1½ miles), turf, San Isidro (Argentina), 2014

 

SHARP AZTECA, colt, 2013 –                 Grade 3, mile, Churchill Downs dirt, 2016

 

MR. VEGAS, gelding, 2007 – Grade 3, abt. 1 1/16 miles, Fair Grounds turf (good), 2012

 

EFFIE TRINKET, filly, 2010 –                   6 furlongs, Saratoga dirt, 2012

7 furlongs, Belmont Park outer turf, 2013

1 1/8 miles, Belmont Park inner turf, 2013

1 1/16 miles, Belmont Park inner turf, 2013

 

UNCLE T SEVEN, gelding, 2006 –          1 1/16 miles, Saratoga outer turf, 2009

6 furlongs, Aqueduct inner dirt (sloppy), 2009

7 furlongs, Aqueduct outer dirt (muddy), 2009

1 1/8 miles, Belmont Park inner turf, 2010

6 furlongs, Finger Lakes dirt, 2013

 

 

GENERAL MAXIMUS, ridgling, 2007 –  6 furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2010

6½ furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2010

6 furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2011

 

LIGHTS OFF ANNIE, filly/mare, 2005 – 6 furlongs, Aqueduct inner dirt, 2009

6 furlongs, Aqueduct inner dirt (muddy), 2010

6 furlongs, Pimlico dirt, 2010

 

FREUDIE ANNE, filly, 2012 –                  Mile and 70 yards, Aqueduct inner dirt, 2014

Mile, Saratoga inner turf, 2015

 

LOVELY SYN, filly, 2010 –                       6½ furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2013

7 furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2013

 

MISS NARCISSIST, filly, 2011 –             7 furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2013

6 furlongs, Aqueduct outer dirt, 2013

 

MERIWETHER JESSICA, filly/mare, 2005 – 6 furlongs, Belmont Park inner turf, 2008

1 1/8 miles, Saratoga inner turf, 2010

 

FREUD’S NOTEBOOK, filly/mare, 2007 – 7 furlongs, Saratoga dirt, 2010

Mile, Aqueduct inner dirt, 2013

 

QUICK LITTLE MISS, filly, 2004 –           6½ furlongs, Fairplex Park dirt, 2006

7 furlongs, Hollywood Park synthetic (Polytrack), 2006

 

DARRIN’S DILEMMA, colt, 2008 –         6½ furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2011

7 furlongs, Belmont Park outer turf, 2011

 

DREAMSGONEWILD, gelding, 2009 – Abt. 5½ furlongs, Monmouth Park turf, 2015

6 furlongs, Laurel Park turf, 2014

 

DAGNABIT, colt, 2006 –                         5½ furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2008

6 furlongs, Finger Lakes dirt, 2008

 

THE FUNKY EXPRESS, filly, 2009 –        6 furlongs, Aqueduct outer dirt, 2011

5½ furlongs, Delaware Park dirt, 2011

 

FLIRT FOR FAME, filly/mare, 2003 –   6 furlongs, Suffolk Downs dirt, 2006

6 furlongs, Suffolk Downs dirt, 2006

Mile, Suffolk Downs dirt, 2006

Mile, Suffolk Downs dirt, 2006

Mile and 70 yards, Suffolk Downs dirt, 2006

6 furlongs, Suffolk Downs dirt, 2008

Mile and 70 yards, Suffolk Downs dirt, 2008

Mile and 70 yards, Suffolk Downs dirt, 2008

 

DREAMBOAT ANNIE, filly, 2012 –        7 furlongs, Belmont Park dirt (good), 2015

MAH JONG MADDNES, mare, 2009 – Mile, Belmont Park outer turf, 2014

 

SHAKEIRA, mare, 2008 –                        Mile, Belmont Park outer turf, 2013

 

EXTRA SEXY PSYCHIC, filly, 2005 –      6½ furlongs, Presque Isle Downs synthetic (Tapeta), 2008

 

PRETTY BOY FREUD, gelding, 2006 –  7 furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2011

 

FOLLOW MY DREAM, mare, 2003 –    1 1/16 miles, Aqueduct turf (yielding), 2008

 

TAMBERINO, filly, 2003 –                      7 furlongs, Aqueduct outer dirt, 2007

 

FREUD’S HONOR, colt, 2008 –                1 1/8 miles, Monmouth Park turf (good), 2011

 

SENTIMENTAL LASS, filly, 2008 –           7 furlongs, Belmont Park dirt, 2010

 

IN TE DOMINE, filly, 2007 –                    1 1/16 miles, Saratoga inner turf, 2010

 

LOGIC WAY, gelding, 2004 –                  1 1/8 miles, Belmont Park inner turf, 2008

 

KARAKORUM ELEKTRA, mare, 2004 – 6 furlongs, Belmont Park inner turf (good), 2009

 

P J’S SUPEREGO, filly, 2010 –                 6 furlongs, Aqueduct outer dirt, 2012

 

SO N SO, filly, 2007 –                               6 furlongs, Saratoga dirt, 2009

 

MIGHTY EROS, filly, 2004 –                    7 furlongs, Aqueduct outer dirt, 2007

 

BOOM BOOM SIENA, filly, 2012           2,000 meters (abt. 1¼ miles), turf, Monterrico (Peru), 2016

 

DREWSSASIN, colt, 2011 –                      Mile, Evangeline Downs turf, 2014

 

DR SHANE, colt, 2013 – 6 furlongs, Finger Lakes dirt, 2015

 

TALK THERAPY, gelding, 2006 –            1 1/16 miles, Finger Lakes dirt, 2013

 

SOMERS TOWN (ARG), filly, 2012 –     1,000 meters (abt. 5 furlongs), dirt, La Plata (Argentina), 2015

 

BE A GINNY, filly, 2006 –                        1 1/8 miles, dirt, Hipodromo Camarero (Puerto Rico), 2009

Sequel Stallions well represented in the Midlantic 2YO Sale on May 23 & 24th

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Best of luck to all of our breeders and their connections!

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Desert Party Has 3 Winners on 5/14 and Another on 5/16 – His Runners Have Now Scored at 36 Tracks

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Sons of DESERT PARTY scored on Monmouth turf and on Emerald and desertpartynewsEvangeline Downs dirt on Saturday, May 14, as MOONLIGHT PARTY, PARTY POOPER, and DESERT D’ORO all won by daylight margins, and on Monday his daughter TIME FOR A PARTY tallied at Finger Lakes off a long layoff. The victory at Evangeline Downs brought the number of tracks world-wide at which offspring of Desert Party have won to 36 – in seven nations and one commonwealth on four continents.

Moonlight Party, a smooth-running, long-striding Kentucky-bred owned by D. J. Stable LLC, was never headed in his maiden-breaking effort against nine rivals going 1 1/16 miles on “good” Monmouth turf, which marked the 19th grass victory by a Desert Party runner.  Party Pooper, a Kentucky-bred campaigned by Mark DeDomenico LLC and North American Thoroughbred Horse Company, Inc., was one of three stakes winners – including the favorite – among nine starters in Emerald Downs’ Saturday co-feature at six furlongs and “quickly drew off” to score by 2¾ lengths in 1:08.26. Desert d’Oro, a Kentucky-bred owned by Michele and Cliff Love, broke his maiden by six lengths at odds-on among 11 starters going six furlongs under Evangeline Downs’ lights on Saturday evening, becoming Desert Party’s 15th Northern Hemisphere winner of 2016 and 48th known winner world-wide.

Two days later on Monday, May 16, Desert Party filly TIME FOR A PARTY came off nearly a 29-week layoff to win by daylight from the seventh post among eight fillies and mares going 5½ lengths at Finger Lakes, scoring her third victory for owners Robert G. and Tammy Klimasewski. The New York-bred’s victory against rivals bred in three different states marked the 65th score on conventional dirt by an offspring of Desert Party, who also has sired the winners of four races on synthetic surfaces. Time for a Party was Desert Party’s 16th Northern Hemisphere winner of 2016.

By Rab Hagin