First Foals Arrive for Name Changer


Name Changer | Sarah Andrew

The first two foals by Name Changer, winner of the 2018 GIII Monmouth Cup S., are fillies bred by Colts Neck Stables LLC, which raced the son of Uncle Mo throughout his career, and Kaz Hill Farm, where he retired to stud last year.

Colts Neck's filly is out of Fastener, an allowance winning Roman Ruler mare whose dam is a full sister to the dam of GI Kentucky Derby winner and leading sire Street Sense.

Kaz Hill's filly is out of Shanghai Shuffle, a winning daughter of Shanghai Bobby and stakes-placed Bailzee.

“These first two foals are the spitting image of Name Changer himself–with plenty of leg, great shoulders and all-around athleticism,” said Kaz Hill Farm manager Sal Martin. “If all his babies turn out this nicely, we're going to be spending a lot of time in the winner's circle at Saratoga, Belmont and Aqueduct starting in 2024.”

Name Changer stands at Peter Kazamias' Kaz Hill Farm in Middletown, NY.

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