First Mare in Foal to Honor A. P.

Honor A. P. | Benoit

Grade I winner Honor A. P. (Honor Code–Hollywood Story, by A.P. Indy) has his first mare confirmed in foal, Lane's End announced Tuesday.

The first mare scanned in foal is stakes winner and graded stakes-placed Omaticaya (Ire) (Bernstein), owned by Dell Ridge Farm, LLC. She is from the female family of Grade I winner Muhtarram (Alleged), champion St. Hilarion (Sir Ivor), and graded stakes winners Ballet de France (Northern Dancer) and Profit Column (Private Account).

An $850,000 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga yearling purchase, Honor A. P. broke his maiden as a 2-year-old by over five lengths with a 91 Beyer and bested eventual Horse of the Year Authentic (Into Mischief), one of only two horses to do so, in his GI Santa Anita Derby victory as a 3-year-old by 2 3/4 lengths with a 102 Beyer.

Honor A. P. stands for $15,000. For more information, contact Jill McCully at [email protected] or Chris Knehr at [email protected].

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