First Foal Arrives for Honor A. P.


Honor A. P.  | Amy Lanigan

Grade I winner Honor A. P. (Honor Code)'s first foal arrived Jan. 27, 2022 at Coteau Grove Farms in Sunset, Louisiana. The filly, bred by Coteau Grove Farms, is out of multiple black-type winner and graded stakes performer Joanie's Catch (First Tour).

“The resemblance of this filly to her sire is uncanny, right down to her four white socks,” said Andrew Cary, Coteau Grove Farms' bloodstock advisor. “There is no doubt about who her sire is. Honor A. P. was right up there with the best of his generation and we likely only saw a fraction of what he was capable of. We have two more mares due to foal to Honor A. P., including a mare who produced a $400,000 Saratoga yearling for us, so we are very excited about the sire and his future.”

“This filly is really nice, she has good size and a great shape to her with a beautiful head,” said Coteau Grove Farms' broodmare manager Jacob Cyprian. “We're very excited about her.”

Honor A. P. stands at Lane's End for $15,000.

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