UPDATE 6/14/21: Analyzeyurspending checked in foal to Name Changer.
UPDATE 3/12/21: Analyzeyurspending delivered a healthy Force The Pass filly, who we've nicknamed Asiago.
UPDATE 4/3/20: Analyzeyurspending checked in foal to Force the Pass
UPDATE 5/25/19: Analyzeyurspending will be not be bred in 2019 to return her breeding to an earlier cycle.
UPDATE 5/16/19: Analyzeyursprending delivered a healthy colt, who we have nicknamed Animal Cracker.
UPDATE 12/18/18: Analyzeyurspending is currently boarded at the lovely Greenmount Farm after being bred to Blofeld in mid-June. She is healthy and we are expecting a birth in mid to late May 2019.
UPDATE 7/1/18: She is in FOAL!
UPDATE 6/14/18: She was bred to Blofeld today in Maryland.
Here is a write up about the breeding plans for 2018 courtesy of Housatonic Bloodstock.
Pedigree thoughts from Housatonic Bloodstock:
Analyzeyurspending was bred and raced by Mike Repole’s Repole Stable of Uncle Mo fame, and traces directly to the stellar producer Hail Proudly, who is the tail-female ancestress of Grade 1 winners Symboli Kris S., Well Armed and American Patriot, plus numerous other stakes winners.
Analyzeyurspending is from the first crop of Grade 1 winner and leading freshman sire Overanalyze, and is a half-sister to the exciting Uncle Mo colt Blewitt, a winner so far of two out of three starts. She also has a yearling half-sister by Repole’s Micromanage, and their dam, Stopspendingmaria, produced a filly foal by Uncle Mo in 2018.
Stopspendingmaria broke her maiden by 7 lengths at 2 for trainer Todd Pletcher, and was then 2nd in the Schuylerville-G3 with a troubled trip. She is a half-sister to another stakes-placed winner, and close up this pedigree is filled with speedy and tough-as-nails Florida-breds.
Analyzeyurspending herself ran 19 times from April of her 2-year-old season through May of her sophomore year (despite being a June foal!) – demonstrating a degree of toughness practically unheard of these days. She broke her maiden going 5 furlongs at Delaware as a juvenile by more than five lengths, and finished second or third eleven other times, earning a total of $58,929 (most of it for trainer Scott Lake after starting out in the Todd Pletcher barn).