Preservationist Sires First Foal


Preservationist–Win Crafty filly | Dominique Damico

Grade I-winning millionaire Preservationist (Arch–Flying Dixie, by Dixieland Band) was represented by his first reported foal with the arrival of a filly produced by the Giant's Causeway mare Win Crafty Jan. 8 in Ocala, FL.

A daughter of graded stakes winner Win Crafty Lady, Win Crafty is a half-sister to Grade I winner Harmony Lodge (Hennessy), GII Arkansas Derby Graeme Hall (Dehere) and to stakes-winning and graded stakes-producing mare Win's Fair Lady (Dehere). Win Crafty is also a full-sister to Win McCool, herself a graded stakes producer and granddam of Grade I-winning millionaire Magnum Moon (Malibu Moon).

Breeder Dominique Damico of Fly By Breeding described her Preservationist filly as “a beautiful filly with great bone, a super shoulder and great presence”, and indicated that she will be retained to race.

A $485,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase by Centennial Farms, Preservationist was trained by Jimmy Jerkens and vanquished top-class rivals including Catholic Boy (More Than Ready), Yoshida (Jpn) (Heart's Cry {Jpn}) and Tom's d'Etat (Smart Strike) when winning the GI Woodward S. and GII Suburban S. in 2019. He earned $1,084,550 and is one of 18 graded stakes winners under his first three dams.

Preservationist stands at Airdrie Stud for $10,000 SN. For more information, contact Cormac Breathnach at [email protected] or 859-873-7270.

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