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GISW Seeking the Soul's First Foal is a Filly

Ocala Stud's Seeking the Soul (Perfect Soul {Ire}--Seeking the Title, by Seeking the Gold) was represented by his first reported foal Jan. 29 when a filly was produced by eight-time winner Making Havoc (Gottcha Gold) at Ocala Stud. The bay filly was also bred by Ocala Stud. First-year sire Seeking the Soul, a homebred for Charles Fipke, won or placed in 11 black-type events during his five-year racing career. His victories included the 2017 GI Clark H., while his runner-up finishes included the GI Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile and the...

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First Foal a Filly for Fog of War

Hidden Lake Farm's Fog of War (War Front), winner of the GI Summer S. at Woodbine, sired his first reported foal when a filly out of the Tapit mare Kitty Foyle was born for breeder 3C Stables Monday, Jan. 31 at Hidden Lake Farm in Stillwater, N.Y. Kitty Foyle, a $575,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase by Crupi's Newcastle Farm in 2016, is produced from the multiple graded stakes-placed Mt. Livermore mare Lavender Sky, a half-sister to multiple GISW and millionaire Alpha and to multiple graded stakes-placed Mystic Melody. Fog of...

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First Foal For Country House

Darby Dan Farm's Country House (Lookin At Lucky), winner of the 2019 GI Kentucky Derby, was represented by his first foal when a colt out of the City Zip mare American Values was born Tuesday, Jan. 25 at Scarteen Stud. He was bred by Mrs. J.V. Shields, one of the owners of Country House, who was bred by her late husband. A 'TDN Rising Star', Country House was a good second in the 2019 GII Risen Star S. and crossed the line second behind champion Maximum Security (New Year's Day)...

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Far Above Welcomes First Foal

Group winner Far Above (Ire) (Farhh {GB}) welcomed his first reported foal, a colt, at Compas Stallions on Sunday. Out of the maiden mare Nadine (GB), the bay is bred and owned by Hugh Hurst. The 6-year-old G3 Palace House S. hero stands for €5,000 at Starfield Stud in Ireland.

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Gift Box Sires First Foal

'TDN Rising Star' Gift Box (Twirling Candy--Special Me, by Unbridled's Song) was represented by his first foal when the 12-year-old Chelsea Road (Speightstown) delivered a colt at St. Simon Place Wednesday, Jan. 19. The colt was bred in partnership by St. Simon Place and Machmer Hall, who teamed to purchase Chelsea Road--the dam of SP Go Big Blue Nation (Animal Kingdom)--for $65,000 with the colt in utero at last year's Keeneland November Sale. St. Simon Place's Tommy Wente said of the foal, "He's a big attractive colt. I'm very pleased....

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First Foal For Latrobe

G1 Irish Derby hero Latrobe (Ire) (Camelot {GB} welcomed his first reported foal at Haras de la Tuilerie on Tuesday. The colt is out of Singuna (Ger) (Black Sam Bellamy {Ire}), who was a winner in Germany and is a half-sister to German listed winner Sarabia (Ger) (One Cool Cat). Latrobe, runner-up in the G1 Irish St. Leger and G1 MacKinnon S., stands at Haras d'Etreham's National Hunt stud Haras de la Tuilerie for €4,000.

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First Foal a Filly for Instilled Regard

Taylor Made Stallions' Instilled Regard (Arch), a Grade I winner and four-time graded stakes winner, sired his first reported foal when a filly out of the stakes-winning and stakes-producing Malibu Moon mare Hung the Moon was born Thursday, Jan. 13. OXO Equine bred the filly. Hung the Moon is the dam of the stakes-winning and multiple graded stakes-placed Brill (Medaglia d'Oro) and her most recent yearling--a colt by Quality Road--sold for $800,000 to Maverick Racing at last year's Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sale. Instilled Regard, a $1.05-million OBS March juvenile, is standing...

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First Foal for HOTY Authentic

Spendthrift Farm's Authentic (Into Mischief-Flawless, by Mr. Greeley), winner of the GI Kentucky Derby and GI Breeders' Cup Classic in 2020, was represented by his first reported foal at Taylor Made Farm Sunday. He is set to stand his second season at stud in 2022 for a fee of $70,000 S&N. The colt is out of Streak of Luck, who was purchased for $620,000 at the Keeneland November sale last fall while carrying the colt. She was one of eight mares in foal to the 2020 Horse of the Year...

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Mohaather Sires First Reported Foal

G1 Sussex S. hero Mohaather (GB) (Showcasing {GB}) welcomed his first reported foal at Brook Stud in Newmarket this past weekend. The bay filly is out of the Shadwell-bred Radhaadh (Ire) (Nayef), who won a Chelmsford maiden by nine lengths for Sir Michael Stoute and is a half-sister to G1 Lockinge S. hero Mustashry (GB) (Tamayuz {GB}). "I've very happy with her," said Brook Stud's Dwayne Woods. "She's exactly what we were hoping for. She has great depth, is a good size and has a fantastic wide hip. She's very...

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Global Campaign Represented by First Foal

WinStar Farm's GISW and first-year sire Global Campaign (Curlin--Globe Trot, by A.P. Indy) was represented by his first reported foal when a filly was born at Maryland's Country Life Farm Friday night, Jan. 14. The filly is the second foal out of Miss Mystique (Teuflesberg)--a multiple stakes-placed winner who earned $258,283--and was bred by Country Life. "We were excited to breed to him and we couldn't be happier with this filly," said Christy Holden, Country Life's general manager. "Being a Maryland-bred will give her lots of opportunities to earn bonuses...

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First Foal a Colt for GISP Caracaro

The first foal by TDN Rising Star Caracaro (Uncle Mo--Peace Time, by War Front) was born at Dr. Gilberto Lopez Giraluna farm in Ocala, Florida Friday. The colt is out of unraced Real Ruffian (Ghostzapper), dam of stakes-placed First Illusion (Plan). The Ontario-bred mare is a half to Grade III winner Temporary Saint (Awesome Again). Caracaro was given Rising Star billing in his second start when winning by six lengths going a mile at Gulfstream before finishing runner-up in the GIII Peter Pan S. at Saratoga. In his final career...

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First Foal for MGISW Vekoma

Spendthrift Farm's Vekoma (Candy Ride {Arg}), winner of the GI Met Mile and GI Carter H. is represented by his first foal, a filly that was born early Saturday at Crowning Point Farm in Paris, Kentucky. "She's a nice filly, we thought she was a colt because of how big she was from a maiden mare," said Julie Rini of Crowning Point. "She has a nice shoulder and hip, good bone and appears to be correct. We are very happy." Bred by Loren Nichols, the bay is the first foal...

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