Manganaro Bloodstock and David Ingordo’s Remanded (Elusive Quality) entered her unveiling Sunday at Gulfstream with an upbeat worktab at Payson Park, and was given a 4-1 chance for trainer Cherie DeVaux, who had won with five of her first 23 debuters. Out-breaking only 4-5 favorite Union Maiden (Union Rags), the bay sat toward the back of the pack behind a :22.45 opening quarter before launching a sweeping move into the turn that found her three deep and vying for command after a :45.85 half. She went on with it from there, and while she grew a bit leg weary late, Remanded still maintained a 1 1/2-length advantage on second timer Royal Meghan (Uncaptured) at the line while garnering ‘TDN Rising Star’ honors. Union Maiden could only manage fifth after her rough start.
A $75,000 KEESEP yearling, Remanded was bought back for $190,000 at last year’s OBS April sale after a :10 1/5 breeze. Her precocious dam Sleepless Dixie (Dixie Union), who was MSP as a 2-year-old, is out of GSW Dream About (Cherokee Run), making her a half to GSW Deeply Undervalued (Kitten’s Joy) and SW/MGSP Sleepless Knight (War Chant). Remanded is bred on a version of the extremely potent cross that has produced three Grade I winners (Caledonia Road, Klimt and Salty) by Elusive Quality’s son Quality Road out of Dixie Union mares.
A $205,000 yearling, Sleepless Dixie sold to Clarkland Farm for $210,000 at the 2017 Keeneland November sale carrying a colt by Quality Road. She produced a filly by Mastery in 2019 before being bred back to Accelerate.
1st-Gulfstream, $44,400, Msw, 2-16, 3yo, f, 6f, 1:11.27, ft.
REMANDED, f, 3, Elusive Quality
1st Dam: Sleepless Dixie (MSP, $180,445), by Dixie Union
2nd Dam: Dream About, by Cherokee Run
3rd Dam: Social Director, by Deputy Minister
Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $25,800. Click for the Equibase.com chart or VIDEO, sponsored by Fasig-Tipton. Free Equineline.com catalogue-style pedigree.
O-Manganaro Bloodstock & David Ingordo; B-K & G Stables (KY); T-Cherie DeVaux. *$75,000 Ylg ’18 KEESEP; $190,000 RNA 2yo ’19 OBSAPR