The first foal by Grade I-winning millionaire Force the Pass (Speightstown–Social Queen, by Dynaformer) arrived Feb. 4 at Murmur Farm in Maryland. The filly is out of Magical Point, a daughter of Point Given out of a stakes winning and producing full-sister to Grade I winner and sire Include (Broad Brush). Magical Point, the dam of three winners, and her filly are both owned by Wasabi Ventures Stables, who also stood Force the Pass at Anchor & Hope Farm in Maryland during the 2020 breeding season.
Racing as a homebred for Richard Santulli's Colts Neck Stables, Force the Pass won the GI Belmont Derby as a 3-year-old, having previously scored in the GIII Penn MileS. He added a victory in Monmouth Park's Cliff Hanger Stakes as a 6-year-old and placed in an additional half-dozen graded stakes. He is out of a multiple graded stakes winner.
Force the Pass stood a single season for Wasabi prior to his sale to Haif Stud in Saudi Arabia last summer, covering 57 mares at Anchor & Hope.
“This filly has everything you'd hope for in a stallion's first foal,” according to George Adams, Wasabi's Director of Stallions & Breeding. “She's got plenty of leg, lots of substance, and she's nice and correct. If they all look like this, the breeders are going to be very happy.”