Saturday Insights: Juveniles By Lane's End Freshmen Loom Large at Belmont


Honor Code | Sarah K Andrew


Klaravich Stables is represented by the debuting DEMOCRATIC VALUES (Honor Code), a $475K purchase out of last year's Keeneland September sale that was the fourth-dearest of his sire's 61 first-crop yearlings reported as sold in 2018. The March foal is out of a winning daughter of 1997 GI Alabama S. winner Runup the Colors–making the colt 2×3 to A.P. Indy–dam of MGSW Revolutionary (War Pass) and GSPs Tafaseel (Belong to Me) and Ice Road (Unbridled's Song). This is also the female family of Prospectors Delite (Mr. Prospector), dam of GISWs Mineshaft (A.P. Indy) (Horse of the Year) and his older full-sister Tomisue's Delight.

Alpha Sixty Six (Liam's Map) cost owner Paul Pompa, Jr. $400K as a KEESEP yearling 12 months ago-equal-third most expensive of 64 sold–and is a son of MSP Giant Sensation (Giant's Causeway), herself a daughter of Grade II-winning juvenile Sensation (Dixie Union). TJCIS PPs

Not a subscriber? Click here to sign up for the daily PDF or alerts.


Never miss another story from the TDN

Click Here to sign up for a free subscription.