NOTE: This is not a claim. We purchased this Kentucky-bred filly at the OBS 2YO sale in June 2018. She was Hip #663.
UPDATE on 6/24/18 - Had first gate excercises and was able to pass through the gate without incident. On pace for a debut in 2 to 3 months.
UPDATE on 7/10/18 - She has started to work 3 furlongs every week. Handling it well as well as her gate work.
UPDATE on 7/25/18 - The Jockey Club approved her name, Necessary Drama
UPDATE on 8/7/18 - Drama now has her gate card and is another step closer to a debut.
UPDATE on 10/5/18 - Drama is set to debut at Delaware APrk on the 10/8/18!
Why Did We Buy Her:
-- This Kentucky-bred Liaison filly out of a Posse mare had a lovely conformation. The horse walked correctly and cleanly and vetted cleanly too. From our blood stock agent, Adam Parker of T Square Stud, the colt had a high grade at the under tack preview and passed physical inspection. Adam was able to get the winning bid at just $8,000.
-- If you watch the video attached above you will see a horse that moves with a long stride and drops her head as she strides out.
-- The horse will be moving to Delaware Park and be in the hands of trainer Jesse Cruz as she begins her training for a debut.
NOTE on PRICING: In an effort to give all of our Club members a price point to participate in an athletic 2YO, we are not adding our usual few months of training to the initial cost. The price does includes the $600 in auction vetting and $1,000 in shipping costs. The accounting is that we spent $8,000 on the horse + $600 in auction expense + $1,000 in shipping expenses (you get this credited to the your account on settlement).
NOTE on NAMING: We are going to run a naming process on the horse. Anyone that becomes a part of this 2 YO will have a vote in the naming of her. For each .5% you own, you get one vote on the name selection from the three final name choices.
OUR NAMING PROCESS IS CLOSED.
Bloodstock Agent Report from Housantonic Bloodstock:
Liaison was a Grade 1-winning 2-year-old by the same sire as leading young sire Uncle Mo, and he went on to win or place in five more Graded Stakes as a 3- and 4-year-old, earning a total of $767,288 with five victories from 18 starts. His wins came from 7 furlongs to a mile-and-a-sixteenth on dirt and all-weather. From his first crop to race, he has already sired a pair of stakes winners, plus three other black-type placed runners.
This filly's unraced dam, Fine Cut, is by Posse, a multiple Graded Stakes-winning sprinter and the sire of Eclipse Champion Sprinter Kodiak Kowboy, multiple Grade 1-winning sprinter Mind Your Biscuits, and multiple Grade 1-winning sprinter/miler Caleb's Posse. Fine Cut is a half-sister to the Graded Stakes winner and Grade 1-placed Rodman, while their dam is a half-sister to stakes winners Silver Haze and Silence Dogood, as well as to stakes-placed winner Unbridled Star, who is herself the dam of stakes winners Friend or Foe and Star Grazing, plus is the granddam of four-time Graded Stakes winner and Grade 1-placed Highway Star.
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