10 Winners in 9 Days Make Freud Leading NY Sire in 4 Categories, Including 2016 Progeny Earnings

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freudnumberoneagainTen wins (six dirt, three turf, one all-weather) at five tracks going 5½ furlongs, one mile, and a mile and 70 yards during August 17-25 have made FREUD the leading New York-based sire in 2016 North American progeny earnings, turf earnings, lifetime Average-Earnings Index, and lifetime progeny earnings. Freud had led all New York sires in three of those four categories for virtually all of 2016 and is no stranger to heading New York sires in annual North American progeny earnings, having twice topped that list at the conclusion of previous racing seasons. Freud’s North American progeny earnings currently exceed $3.1-million for the 2016 season and total more than $41.2-million in lifetime accumulation.

Breaking their maidens at 5½ furlongs on Saratoga turf were Freud’s son A CHIP AND A CHAIR on August 18 and 2-year-old daughter LEM ME DANCE in her debut on a showery Thursday, August 25. A Chip and a Chair, a May-foaled 3-year-old owned by Mark Valentine, was the youngest among 10 starters and broke from the eighth post. Lem Me Dance, whom trainer Bruce Levine had bought for $70,000 for owner Tom Lemme three months earlier at Fasig-Tipton Midlantic’s sale of 2-year-olds, swung five-wide into the stretch against nine rivals and overtook three in the final furlong of a $73,000 maiden special.

Setting the tone for Freud’s streak of winners were allowance-winning fillies PINK FREUD LIVE and CRAZY LOVE – both at a mile and 70 yards on dirt and among four recent Freud victors at that distance – scoring at Belterra Park on August 21 and at Finger Lakes on August 23, respectively. Pink Freud Live, who races for Bourbon Boys Stable, romped by 4½ lengths as the favored co-topweight to add her first dirt victory to two wins on turf (her most recent being her previous outing four weeks earlier) and two wins on all-weather. Crazy Love, a May-foaled 3-year-old filly campaigned by owner-trainer M. Anthony Ferraro, won by a length and a half in an open allowance for fillies and mares against a field that included a stakes-placed rival.

Freud’s other Finger Lakes winners: MENTAL ICEBERG ($136,146) and GROUP THERAPY ($123,483) won on August 17, multiple stakes-placed ASPREE scored on August 18, and GONABEFAMOUS broke her maiden on August 20. Mental Iceberg, a 4-year-old, cruised by 13 lengths for owner Neal M. Allread as the stronger half of an odds-on entry going a mile and 70 yards. Group Therapy, a mare owned by Marjorie Y. Linn, overtook the 1-to-2 runner-up at equal weights going 5½ furlongs. Aspree, another Freud female (5-year-old) raced by owner-trainer Ferraro, was 55 cents on the dollar for her 8¼-length tally at a mile, giving her five victories at an average winning margin of more than nine lengths. Gonabefamous, a 3-year-old filly owned by Judy Anderson, beat 11 rivals by daylight going 5½ furlongs.

Other sons of Freud who recently won include LITTLE BOY TOM – a multiple dirt winner campaigned by owner-trainer Ferraro – who scored as the favorite among 12 starters going 5½ furlongs at Presque Isle Downs on August 21 for his first tally on an all-weather track. Three nights later on the evening of Wednesday, August 24, owner-trainer Jeffrey S. Englehart’s WITH EXPRESSION won by 3½ lengths at a mile and 70 yards on turf against six rivals that included a multiple listed stakes winner of $256,000-plus.

Freud’s Argentine-Bred Key Dance Gets 4th Straight Big-Margin Win in G3 Event – Is Freud’s 50th SW

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Santa Ines Stable’s speedy Argentine homebred FREUD filly, KEY DANCE, romped to a four-length victory in the Group 3 Clasico Ricardo P. Sauze at Palermo near Buenos Aires on Friday, August 19, scoring her fourth consecutive multiple-margin tally in 89 days to establish herself as Freud’s 50th stakes winner. By capturing the 1,600-meter (about one mile) event on dirt, the newly-minted 4-year-old (foaled 9-17-12 on the Southern Hemisphere breeding schedule) became Freud’s sixth stakes winner and third graded or group winner (two on dirt, one on turf) since early May.

Key Dance is starting to look unbeatable from 1,400 meters (about seven furlongs) to 1,600 meters. In the Ricardo P. Sauze, she sprinted to the front immediately, was headed after about a half-mile by a recent multiple group winner, but regained command coming out of the turn and pulled away authoritatively through the stretch. She defeated a formidable field of older fillies and mares: five of her six rivals already were group winners, including a Group 1 winner at 1,600 meters on Palermo dirt.

After having won on dirt (her debut) and turf – the latter at San Isidro – Key Dance had placed second in back-to-back Group 3 turf events this past April before launching her four-race win streak on dirt at Palermo. She won by four lengths on May 22, by eight lengths on June 20, and by four lengths on July 18 – all three at 1,400 meters – before trying 1,600 meters on turf for the first time in the Ricardo P. Sauze.

Key Dance is the third Argentine-bred sired by Freud to win or place second in a group event in major South American racing countries within a recent three-week span. Dona Licha Stable’s STREET LOLO – a Group 3 winner at Monterrico in Peru in June – missed by only a neck to a Peruvian champion in the Group 2 Independencia at 2,400 meters (about a mile and a half) on dirt at Monterrico on July 29. On Monday, August 15, Tata Y Tigre Stable’s MUST GO ON – a multiple Group 2 winner on turf – placed second in the Group 2 Clasico Comparison at 2,400 meters on Palermo turf, missing by about a length after advancing four-to-five wide from far back among 14 starters.

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

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Through August 19, 2016, FREUD has sired 50 stakes winners that have won 117 events identified as “stakes” – including graded races on dirt, turf, and synthetic. These 117 stakes victories have occurred at 23 tracks in four countries and one commonwealth in two hemispheres, ranging from 5½ furlongs up to 1½ miles. By surface, 58 have been on dirt, 54 on turf, and 5 on synthetic. By age, 18 have been won by 2-year-olds, 46 by 3-year-olds, 13 by 4-year-olds, 25 by 5-year-olds, 4 by 6-year-olds, 8 by 7-year-olds, and 3 by an 8-year-old. On NYRA’s 9 racing strips, 15 of these wins have been on Belmont dirt, 12 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 50 stakes winners and the distances, tracks, surfaces, and seasons at, on, and during which those 117 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

STREET LOLO (ARG), colt 2012 –    Group 3, 1,800 meters (abt. 1 1/8 miles), turf, Monterrico (Peru), 2016

 

KEY DANCE (ARG), filly, 2012 –            Group 3, 1,600 meters (abt. 1 mile), dirt, Palermo (Argentina), 2016

 

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

 

CLOUD CONTROL, colt, 2013 –             7 furlongs, Belmont Park outer turf, 2016

 

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

 

ANGRY PATTY, filly, 2013 –                     6 furlongs, Suffolk Downs dirt, 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 New York at OBS August Sale

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obsaug16 - coverSELLING AUGUST 23 – 25

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HIP  PHOTO  SEX  SIRE  DAM  STATE  CONSIGNOR  BARN

1    Photo  C  Emcee  Ibis  NY  Sequel  8

15  Photo  F  Emcee  Last Oasis  NY  Manning  10

17  Photo  C  Forty Tales  Leading Lioness  NY  Sequel  8

41  Photo  F  Emcee  Mosaico  NY  Sequel  8

50  Photo  F  Emcee  National Pastime  NY  Chapel Hill  11

74  Photo  C  Desert Party  Promising Vow  NY  Sequel  8

80  Photo  C  Forty Tales  Quietly Elegant  NY  Mcmahon  3

92   F  Forty Tales  Royal Conquest  NY  Select  6

96  Photo  C  Forty Tales  Saldanha  NY  Runner’s Dream  3

118  Photo  F  Mission Impazible  Southern Bight  PA  Vinery  14

131  Photo  F  Desert Party  Sweet Yamila  NY  Woodford  1,2

140  Photo  F  Freud  Tizalittlelater  NY  Vinery  14

142  Photo  C  Desert Party  Torchme  KY  Bobby Jones  10

148  Photo  F  Desert Party  Wavering Wind  NY  Sequel  8

163  Photo  F  Freud  Andora Springs  NY  Sequel  8

192  Photo  C  Mission Impazible  Bullcat  FL  Select  6

206  Photo  F  Mission Impazible  Chimichurri  NY  Sequel  8

250  Photo  F  Emcee  Forever Valentine  NY  Sequel  8

267  Photo  C  Mission Impazible  Heartless  NY  Sequel  8

290  C  Forty Tales  In Flagrante  NY  Select  6

304  F  Desert Party  Jet Set Jazz  NY  WinVista  15

329   C  Mission Impazible  Kettle’s Sister  NY  Sequel  8

348   C  Freud  Legal Affect  NY  Select  6

475   C  Desert Party  Paper Kite  NY  Kelli Mitchell  11

485   C  Forty Tales  Perfect Design  NY  Mcmahon  3

521   C  Desert Party  Prom Dance  NY  Kim Harrison  3

529  C  Freud  Raffie’s Chance  NY  Manning  10

537   F  Freud  Redeem  NY  Select  6

583   C  Desert Party  Shady Spot  FL  Perrone  2

586   C  Freud  She Gets It  NY  Select  6

663   F  Desert Party  Summer Dream  KY  Top Line  12

670   F  Desert Party  Sweet Arizona  NY  Manning  10

712   F  Mission Impazible  Trust in Gold  NY  Manning  10

727   C  Forty Tales  Vauxhall  NY  Select  6

792   C  Desert Party  Ashlee’s Empire  NY  Manning  10

825   C  Desert Party  Binavicar  NY  Manning  10

883   C  Freud  Clever Me  NY  Summerfield  9

898   C  Desert Party  Crystal Sweet  NY  Select  6

926   F  Desert Party  Discreet Lady  NY  Sequel  8

961   C  Freud  Exclusively Yours  NY  Summerfield  9

962   F  Desert Party  Lilsisterlightning  NY  Southern Cypress   1

965   C  Freud  Eyes of Midas  NY  Select  6

1000   C  Mission Impazible  Glister Girl  NY  Rivera  13

1040   F  Emcee  Holiday Peace  NY  Star Cross   14

Freud’s Surge of Recent Winners Highlighted by His Latest Stakes Winner – 3YO Filly Angry Patty

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freudthemaninnySeven recent FREUD-sired Northern Hemisphere winners within a nine-day span (July 31 – August 8) were highlighted by Timothy J. Ryan’s homebred 3-year-old filly, ANGRY PATTY, who broke her maiden in Suffolk Downs’ six-furlong Louise Kimball Stakes on Saturday, August 6. Angry Patty dueled with and eventually overtook the odds-on front-runner, who couldn’t shake free despite running a 21.91 opening quarter-mile, separating that pair from the seven other contestants by multiple lengths. In mid-stretch, Angry Patty pushed her head in front and kept it there in what the chart called a “gutsy win” over her heavily-favored Louisiana-shipped rival at equal weights. Freud’s daughter FLIRT FOR FAME ($347,350) had won the 2006 Louise Kimball by 3¼ lengths under top weight for owner-breeder John D. Murphy.

The following day at Saratoga, another emerging Freud filly, FOURSTAR CROOK ($184,050), scored her fourth consecutive open-margin victory by 2¾ lengths as the favored co-topweight among 10 starters in an $85,000 open turf allowance for fillies and mares, running 1 1/16 miles in a stakes-caliber 1:39.72. Owned by Michael Dubb, Bethlehem Stables LLC and Gary Aisquith, Fourstar Crook can stalk close to the pace or come from far back (she closed from eighth in her latest win) and has a wicked late turn of foot. She has run under 1:40 for 1 1/16 miles in her last two outings (at Belmont in mid-June and at Saratoga), and in both contests she covered the final five-sixteenths of a mile in well under 30 seconds.

Also winning a 1 1/16-mile turf allowance was Freud’s 4-year-old son, DREAM BREAKER, at Laurel Park on August 6 from the outside post among 10 starters and overtaking or turning back three challengers after initially gaining the lead five-sixteenths of a mile from the wire. Dream Breaker covered the final five-sixteenths in 28.61 to score for owner-breeder Patricia L. Moseley, as the top three choices finished second, third, and fourth. Winning on Laurel dirt on July 31 was Freud 3-year-old HOW’S YOUR SUGAR, who tallied by 2¾ lengths against six rivals at a mile for his second consecutive Laurel victory in 22 days (his earlier win had been on turf). He races for William J. Terrill’s Our Sugar Bear Stable LLC.

As the first August weekend concluded in Sunday’s final hours, Freud’s 3-year-old FEETS OF STRENGTH broke his maiden in a $50,000 contest at 1 1/16 miles on Saratoga turf, and Freud’s MADAM I’M ADAM ($124,876) scored at 5½ furlongs on Presque Isle Downs’ all-weather track. Feets of Strength, a homebred campaigned by Newman Racing, broke from the outside post among 11 in his turf debut. Madam I’m Adam, who campaigns for owner-trainer Jamen Davidovich, also has won at a mile and at a mile and 70 yards on Presque Isle Downs’ Tapeta surface and has scored on Belmont’s main track.

Narrowly missing victories in recent black-type events on both sides of the equator were Freud’s 2016 stakes winners SHARP AZTECA ($246,250), CLOUD CONTROL, STREET LOLO, and BOOM BOOM SIENA. Gelfenstein Farm’s graded-winning Sharp Azteca placed second among 11 in Louisiana Downs’ listed $100,000 Super Derby Prelude Stakes on August 6. Top-weighted Cloud Control, Chester and Mary’s Broman’s homebred 3-year-old colt, was in a three-way photo finish in Saratoga’s New York Stallion Cab Calloway Stakes on August 8. Argentine-breds Street Lolo and Boom Boom Siena, who both race for Dona Licha Stable in Peru, placed second in black-type events at Monterrico on July 29 and August 7, respectively – the former missing by just a neck to a Group 1-winning champion in a Group 2 event.