Saturday's Insights: Pricey War Front Colt Out of Ky Oaks Winner Debuts at Tampa

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Brother in Arms in the ring as a KEESEP yearling | Keeneland

1st-Gulfstream Park, $50K, Msw, 2yo, f, 1mT, post time: 12:05 p.m. ET
The rail-drawn Flaxman Holdings homebred PANGAEA PROXIMA (Temple City), a half-sister to millionaire and Gulfstream Park GIII Palm Beach S. hero A Thread of Blue (Hard Spun), gets her career started. Her worktab includes a pair of bullet breezes at Graham Motion's Fair Hill base. Amerman Racing homebred Caribe Bean Moka (Uncle Mo), a daughter of GI Longines Just a Game S. heroine Coffee Clique (Medaglia d'Oro), debuts for Brian Lynch. TJCIS PPs

8th-Tampa Bay Downs, $21K, Msw, 2yo, 1mT, post time: 3:49 p.m. ET
The debuting BROTHER IN ARMS (War Front) brought $2.9 million from Godolphin at the 2019 Keeneland September Sale, the most expensive of 17 yearlings sold by the superstar stallion from that crop. Bred in Kentucky by Brereton C. Jones, the dark bay is out of 2012 GI Kentucky Oaks heroine Believe You Can (Proud Citizen). Hall of Famer Bill Mott will also saddle fellow first-time starter and $350,000 KEESEP yearling graduate Kayaker (Pioneerof the Nile), a son of GI Ashland S. upsetter Hooh Why (Cloud Hopping). TJCIS PPs

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