Carpe Diem Filly Flashy in First Start for Bromans

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Makin My Move | Sarah Andrew

2nd-Saratoga, $85,000, (S), Msw, 8-20, 2yo, f, 6f, 1:10.92, gd, 12 1/2 lengths.
MAKIN MY MOVE (f, 2, Carpe Diem–Hard to Stay Notgo {MSW, $212,440}, by More Than Ready), bought back for $190,000 at OBS March after breezing in a bullet :9 4/5, likely left her breeders pleased with that outcome after running up the score impressively Friday. Backed down to 5-4 with some upbeat works and with leading rider Luis Saez taking the mount, the bay broke on top with Silver Fist (Iron Fist) and Trinity Titoli (Lord Nelson) giving chase through splits of :21.88 and :44.91. She was several lengths clear at the top of the lane, and not for catching from there as she cruised away in hand by 12 1/2 lengths. Silver Fist was a clear-cut second, while Trinity Titoli re-rallied to hold on for third. The winner's similarly fleet-footed dam took her own Spa unveiling at two by five lengths in 2014 and is also responsible for $425,000 OBSMAR grad Gotta Go Mo (Uncle Mo), SP, $154,320. Hard to Stay Notgo, who hails from the extended female family of Minardi, Tale of the Cat, Fed Biz, Joking, et al, produced a Flatter filly this season before being bred back to Mendelssohn. Sales history: $190,000 RNA 2yo '21 OBSMAR. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $46,750. Click for the Equibase.com chart or VIDEO, sponsored by TVG.
O/B-Chester & Mary R. Broman (NY); T-John C. Kimmel.

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