First Foal Arrives for Tight Ten


Tight Ten Premier Stallions/Coady Photography

Mountain Springs Farm in Palmyra, PA has announced the arrival of the first foal by Tight Ten (Tapit–Devils Humor, by Distorted Humor), who stood his first season there in 2021. He is the three-quarter brother to Winstar Farm's Constitution (Tapit). The bay filly is also the first foal of a multiple-winning half-sister to GISW Colonial Colony (Pleasant Colony).

“She looks just like her sire,” said Mountain Springs owner Rich Miller. “And we have lots more by Tight Ten due in the next few weeks.”

The stallion stands at the 200-acre Mountain Springs Farm, just five miles south of Penn National Racetrack at a fee of $2,500 live foal. Multiple mare discounts are available and PA-Bred foals sired by the Pennsylvania-based stallion are eligible for the new $600,000 Stallion Stakes Series.

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