UPDATE 4/7/20: Exchanging Ember checked in foal to Force the Pass.
This Pedigree Analysis was completed by Lauren Floyd, WVS Bloodstock Apprentice:
Exchanging Ember was campaigned by our friends at Kenwood Racing.
In just five career starts, she won twice and placed 2nd once to earn $23,344 on the track. She broke her maiden by an impressive 6 lengths at Penn National going 6F on dirt and won her final career start by 2 lengths.
Exchanging Ember is out of the three-time stakes winning mare, Exchanging Fire, a daughter of Exchange Rate who earned nearly $250,000 on the racetrack. In 27 career starts, Exchanging Fire won six times going between 7F-8.5F on dirt. She broke her maiden in December of her 2YO year, but it was as a 3YO that Exchanging Fire really shined. She raced 14 times, winning the Without Feathers Stakes (where she earned a 110 Equibase speed figure), the Serena's Song Stakes, and the Honeybee Handicap by between 3 and 6 lengths.
Exchanging Fire is the dam of one other foal to race, named Fuego Mi Amor. By Louis Quatorze, Fuego Mi Amor broke her maiden at Penn National by over 8 lengths as a 3YO going a mile and 70 yards on dirt. By the end of her career, Fuego Mi Amor had raced 41 times and earned nearly $40,000 on the track.Exchanging Ember's second dam, Shooting Fire, was sired by Caveat and earned over $173,000 in her career. She is the dam of five hard-knocking multiple winners from six foals to race, including Firebrook, Fireonthewire, the aforementioned Exchanging Fire, and With Gratitude. Firebrook (by Montbrook) raced 61 times from ages 3-8, winning 18 and finishing in the top 3 in 31 starts. He retired with just shy of $290,000 in earnings. Fireonthewire (by Birdonthewire) managed to race 77 times from ages 2-9, winning 18 and finishing in the money an incredible 48 times. His career highlights include finishing third in the Claiming Crown Express Stakes (non-blacktype) and achieving Equibase speed figures of over 105 on three separate occasions. He closed out his career with over $203,000 in purse winnings. With Gratitude (by Ecton Park) earned over $150,000 in 63 career starts, winning 11 times and hitting the board on 36 occasions.