Street Boss - Colonel Mist

Active Individual Foal



Birth Year:
2021 
Farm Location:
St. Omer's Farm in Forest Hill, MD 
Cover Date:
April 16th, 2020 
Foal's gender:
Colt 


Updates on Street Boss - Colonel Mist

UPDATE 4/1/20: Colonel Mist delivered a healthy Street Boss colt, who we've nicnamed Colby.


Why We Bought This Horse

  • Colonel Mist was covered on April 16, 2020, by Street Boss and confirmed in foal.   Our anticipation is that this foal will be Maryland bred.
  • This is a 2021 Individual Foal Offering and is subject to the WVS Individual Foal Program Addendum to the Wasabi Ventures Stables Thoroughbred Management Agreement.  Highlights of the program:
    • Fixed Price on the Offering - No Ongoing Bills
    • Limited Exposure - Like WVS Racing Programs, there is no chance for Future Expenses. If the Foal offering loses money, WVS absorbs those costs
    • Finite Time - The Foal Offering will be liquidated at the time of his/her weaning from the mare, so you know when an offering ends.  Because you are not buying the mare, you have a finite time period of commitment (e.g. 6 to 18 months)
    • Reduced Risk - WVS will only open a Foal Offering once a mare has checked in foal to the chosen stallion
    • Perpetual Breeders Bonuses - Even after the foal is sold, a Club member can continue to earn breeding bonuses for the racing life of the horse.
    • You can watch a video about this program by visiting here. https://share.getcloudapp.com/5zu1LPEY

The BASE PRICE of this foal is $16,450

  • Mare Lease/Stallion Fee - $3,500
  • Vanning Expense - $2,000
  • Boarding Fee Estimate - $9,750
  • Vet Estimate - $1,500
  • Registration Fees (Jockey Club and State Fees) - $500


Tidbits from the Pedigree


Colonel Mist was acquired pregnant with her first foal on an April 16th cover date to multiple Grade 1 sire Street Boss.

While unraced herself, Colonel Mist comes from a strong family that produces numerous stakes level runners. Colonel Mist is by the 2008 Travers Stakes winner, Colonel John who won or placed in six Graded stakes races over a 15 race career while earning over $1.7 million. Colonel John is by the great, Tiznow who is the only 2-time winner of the Gr 1., Breeders Cup Classic.  Colonel John has sired Grade 1 winners La Coronel and Mirth in addition to other top graded stakes runners like Airoforce, Texas Wedge, and Concave. As a broodmare sire, Colonel John is already responsible for siring the dams of Pat Day Mile (Gr. 2) winner Rushie and the graded-stakes placed winner of over $816k, Bankit.   Colonel Mist is a half-sibling to 7 winners including multiple earners of at least $100k, foremost being the Maryland-bred graded-stakes placed mare Ice Mist who ran 2nd in the Gr. 3 Pin Oak Valley View Stakes at Keeneland before going on to win the Jersey Lily Stakes. Ice Mist has since become a stakes producer as a broodmare. Colonel Mist is out of the stakes producing Cozzene mare, Maryland Mist, whose own dam was a graded stakes producer and the dam of 9 winners. Maryland Mist is a half-sister to Grade 3 winner, course record-setter, and winner of the Maryland Juvenile Championship Stakes, Foufa’s Warrior, stakes winner and Grade 1 placed horse Maryland Moon, and stakes winners Full Brush, Certantee, and Media Access. Maryland Mist is the granddam of Grade 1 winner Brillo De Sol, Grade 2 winner London Lane, and stakes horses Access to Charlie, Bear Access, Successful Affair, and Private Opening. The sire of Colonel Mist's foal, Street Boss, was an extremely accomplished horse on the track and is proving just as successful in the breeding shed. On the racetrack, he was one of the top sprinters in the world, winning two Grade 1 races while placing in two others, including the Breeders Cup Sprint. In a 13 race career, Street Boss won 7 times while setting or equaling 3-course records and earning over $830k. As a sire, Street Boss has proven his progeny not only share his dynamic speed, but they can carry that speed over a distance. Street Boss is currently responsible for 7 Grade/Group 1 winners who have won sprinting, routing, on dirt, and on turf. Kentucky Oaks winner Cathryn Sophia is his top domestic runner in addition to Grade 1 winners Danza, Capo Bastone, Decked Out, and recent (December 2020) Grade 1 winner Fair Maiden. Street Boss has also had great success internationally while siring multiple Grade/Group 1 winners and a Horse of the Year. Street Boss has sired 6 millionaires up to this point. 

The mating of Street Boss with Colonel Mist is based on a cross that has produced 6% stakes horses from runners. This Maryland-bred foal will be eligible for the lucrative Maryland program which includes the Maryland Million Day stakes races and should be early to mature like Street Boss's best offspring.


Street Boss - Colonel Mist




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