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Roseman Sires First Reported Foal

Stakes winner Roseman (Ire) sired his first reported foal on Thursday, March Hare Stud announced via Twitter. The "cracking colt" is out of the Wootton Bassett (GB) mare Wootton Creek (GB) and was bred by Greg Saveall-Green, who boards his mares at James and Amelia Gray's Elusive Bloodstock's Hundred Acre Farm. Second in the G1 Queen Elizabeth II S., the son of Kingman (GB) stands for £5,000 under the LM Stallions banner at March Hare Stud this year.

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First Foal for GISW Cistron

Harris Farms' GISW Cistron (The Factor) sired his first reported foal, a filly born at the California farm Jan. 30. A fourth-generation Harris Farms homebred, the filly is out of Patriot Mission (Acclamation). The mare's extended family includes MGISW and young sire City of Light (Quality Road). Cistron will stand his second season at Harris Farms for $3,500, live foal.

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First Foal for G1SW Technician

Group 1 winner Technician (Ire) (Mastercraftsman {Ire}--Arosa, by Sadler's Wells) was represented by his first foal, born at Haras de Cisai Jan. 23. Bred by D&C Bloodstock, the filly is out of Sans Regret (Fr) (Manduro {Ger}). During his career, Technician won five off 11 careers starts, including the G1 Prix Royal-Oak, G2 Prix Chaudenay and G3 Geoffrey Freer S. The 7-year-old stallion currently stands for €3,000 Live Foal at Haras de Montaigu. "She is very correct," said Sybille Gibson at Montaigu. "The stallion added some class to this mare...

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Nando Parrrado Keeps Delivering for the McCartans

Paul and Marie McCartan know a thing or two about Nando Parrado (GB), having bought him as a foal, raced him, and retained part-ownership of the son of Kodiac (GB) since his retirement to the Irish National Stud. They were, therefore, pleased to be able to welcome the G2 Coventry S. winner's first foal on Saturday at their Ballyphilip Stud.  The filly foal is a daughter of Cafetiere (GB) (Iffraaj {GB}), who was herself a winning juvenile over five furlongs and is a half-sister to G3 Prix du Bois winner...

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First Foal for MGSW & MGISP By My Standards

Spendthrift Farm's MGSW & MGISP By My Standards (Goldencents) has been represented by his first reported foal, a colt born Jan. 23 at Jacob Nance's IR Bloodstock in Midway, Kentucky. The newborn bay is the first foal out of the unraced mare Memento (Nyquist), whose third dam is GI Kentucky Oaks winner Blush With Pride (Blushing Groom {Fr}). This is the family of Broodmares of the Year Best in Show and Better Than Honour. The colt was bred by Chester Thomas's Allied Racing, who also campaigned By My Standards to...

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Group 2 Hero Ubettabelieveit Sires First Reported Foal

Group 2 winner Ubettabelieveit (Ire) (Kodiac {GB}) sired his first reported foal at 7:15 a.m., Mickley Stud tweeted on Monday. The G2 Flying Childers S. victor's filly foal is out of Ayresome Angel (GB) (Captain Gerrard {Ire}) from the family of Hong Kong Derby third Crack On Crack On (GB) (Havana Gold {Ire}). He stands for £5,000 at Mickely Stud in 2023.

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Breeders' Cup Heroine Glass Slippers Foals Dubawi Colt

Three-time Group 1-winning sprinter Glass Slippers (GB) (Dream Ahead) produced her first foal, a colt by Darley's Dubawi (Ire), owner-breeder Bearstone Stud announced via Twitter on Tuesday. "We are pleased to announce our new arrival, a classy-looking colt by Dubawi out of our triple Group 1-winning mare Glass Slippers," the stud tweeted. The daughter of the winning Night Gypsy (GB) (Mind Games {GB}) excelled over minimum trips and won the G1 Prix de l'Abbaye, and G1 Flying Five S., in addition to her GI Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint score.

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Grade I Winner Basin Represented By First Foal

Basin (Liam's Map), winner of the GI Hopeful S., was represented by his first foal Jan. 17 when a filly was born at Hardin Farm in Paris, KY. Bred by Patrick Crowley, the dark bay filly is the first foal out of the Honor Code mare Dressed Up. Campaigned by Jackpot Farm, Basin broke his maiden at Saratoga before going on to score a runaway 6 1/2-length victory in the meet's premier race for 2-year-old colts--the Hopeful S. As a 3-year-old, Basin began the year on the Kentucky Derby trail,...

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Florida Champ Chance It Represented by First Foal

Shooting Star Thoroughbreds' Chance It (Currency Swap-Vagabon Diva, by Pleasantly Perfect), who currently stands at Journeyman Stallions, was represented by his first foal, born at Jeff Crooks Olsen and Crooks Acres in Ocala, Florida Jan. 4. The filly is out of Jost Sayin (Big Drama-Jost D'Oro, by Medaglia d'Oro). A multiple stakes winner at two en route to being named 2-year-old champion, he returned at three to take the Mucho Macho Man S. before finishing third in the GI Forego the following season. He retired with $583,330 in earnings. His...

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First Foal for Spendthrift Farm's Yaupon

Spendthrift Farm's Grade I winner Yaupon (Uncle Mo) sired a colt, his first reported foal, on Jan. 13 at Rockridge Stud in Hudson, New York. Bred by Rockridge Stud, Saratoga Glen Farm and Pete Beals, the dark bay is out of MSW Frost Giant mare Frostie Anne, an earner of $584,443. "This colt is good sized, born at around 122 pounds. He's very balanced and correct, and you can tell he's going to have a big hip," said Lere Visagie, owner of Rockridge Stud. "I've had three foals out of...

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Maxfield Represented By First Foal

Darley America's two-time Grade I winner Maxfield (Street Sense) was represented by his first foal Jan. 7 at Kiki Courtelis's Town & Country Farms in Georgetown, Kentucky. The bay filly is the first foal out of Dreamalildreamofu (Commissioner) , a two-time stakes and twice graded-stakes placed winner of better than $293,000. The now 6-year-old mare was purchased for $235,000 by Town & Country at the 2021 Keeneland November Sale and was bought back on a bid of $340,000 at the same event this past fall. "We are very happy with...

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First Foal for GISW Rock Your World

The 2021 GI Santa Anita Derby winner Rock Your World (Candy Ride {Arg}) was represented by his first reported foal Jan. 9 when a filly was born at Diana Shoop's Gemstone Farm in Lexington. The bay lass is the first foal out of her winning dam, Mrs. O'Connell (American Pharoah), and was bred by Mark and Allison Menscer's Post Rock Farm. "We are thrilled with the filly," said Mark Menscer. "She looks like Rock Your World. He stamped her out. She has tremendous bone and a lot of substance. We...

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