This Pedigree Report is written by Lauren Floyd, Blood Stock Apprentice, Wasabi Ventures Stables:
Ride the Tide is a winning daughter of Stormy Atlantic who debuted at the maiden special weight level in February of her 3YO year. She averaged one race a month throughout her career and broke her maiden going one mile on dirt.
Although Ride the Tide's female family is filled with turf runners, she herself never had the chance to race on the surface.Ride the Tide is one of five winners from five foals to race out of her stakes winning dam, Jesse's Justice (a daughter of Lear Fan, who is by Roberto). Jesse's Justice broke her maiden by over 5 lengths at Belmont Park for Hall of Fame trainer, Todd Pletcher, before going on to earn over $177,000 on the racetrack in 16 career starts. She won the Irish Actress Stakes at Saratoga as a 3YO. All four of her career wins were achieved going between 8-8.5 furlongs on turf.
Other winners out of Jesse's Justice include Swear By It, Shea Darby, and Bushmill Giant. Swear By It is a three-time Grade 3 placed daughter of Broken Vow who earned over $171,000 on the track in 14 career starts. Shea Darby placed 2nd in the Finger Lady Stakes in her second career start and earned over $107,000 in 7 starts. Both of her wins were achieved sprinting on the inner dirt at Aqueduct. Their half-brother, Bushmill Giant (by Giant's Causeway), sold for $200,000 as a yearling at the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Yearling Sale before going on to earn over $53,000 on the track. Two other half-siblings sold for $75,000 and $70,000 as a yearling and 2yo, respectively.
Jesse's Justice is out of the unraced Chief's Crown mare, My Reem, whose progeny include five winners from eight starters, including the stakes winners Willard Straight and the aforementioned Jesse's Justice. Willard Straight (by Lion Cavern, who is a full brother to Gone West) won over $300,000 from age 3 to age 7, including stakes wins in the Troy Stakes and King Cugat Stakes, as well as stakes placings in the G3 Poker Handicap and the Cape Henlopen Stakes. Their half-brother, Salisbury Knight (by Bernardini), sold for $290,000 at the Keeneland September Yearling sale before winning over $123,000 on the racetrack.