April 5th, 2023

Fifteen On Offer for CATHOLIC BOY at OBS Spring

The OBS Spring Sale of 2-Year-Olds later this month provides buyers another chance to see the first juveniles by CATHOLIC BOY with 15 2-year-olds by the stallion on offer from April 25 – April 28.

Hip #SexDamDam SireFoaling DateColorStateConsignorBarn
63FBajan BeachSpeightstown2/17/2021CHNYOrdonez Thoroughbreds, Agt 20
113CBreech InletHoly Bull2/8/2021BONRandy Miles, Agt18
159FChampagne TasteDistorted Humor4/27/2021CHKYHarris Training Center LLC, Agt13
162FCharitable LinkData Link2/15/2021CHNYSilvestre Chavez Thoroughbreds, Agt17
424CGold N ShaftMineshaft2/12/2021BKYOak Creek Thoroughbreds, Agt16
433CGranby GirlBadge of Silver2/17/2021CHKYTop Line Sales LLC, Agt14
454CHappy MotoringHarlan's Holiday5/17/2021BKYMason Springs Partnership, Agt20
616FLa MilanesaMr. Greeley4/30/2021CHKYHalcyon Hammock Farm, Agt 2
801CPomarineAptitude3/10/2021DB/BRONKings Equine, Agt 1
831CQuality RoseQuality Road4/5/2021BKYKinsman Farm8
922FSeason TicketLemon Drop Kid2/27/2021CHKYNiall Brennan Stables, Agt 8
1031FStreet FlirtStreet Boss2/23/2021CHKYEisaman Equine, Agt7
1089CThat's a LadyCity Zip1/26/2021BKYde Meric Sales, Agt12
1159FValley OakYes It's True2/17/2021BFLNiall Brennan Stables, Agt 8
1178CWarrantyArtie Schiller4/21/2021DB/BRKYde Meric Sales, Agt 12

The first CATHOLIC BOY to go through the ring at the sale is Hip 63 from Ordonez Thoroughbreds. The filly is the second racing aged foal out of six-time winning Bajan Beach, whose first foal is a winner. Bred by Barry Ostrager in New York, the filly is out of a half-sister to the dam of Grade 3 winner and Grade 2-placed Fahan Mura and stakes placed Scottish Symphony.

The page also includes Broodmare of the Year Sweet Life, who is the dam of Grade 1 winners Sweet Catomine and Life Is Sweet. That’s not all the impressive form on the page with Grade 1 winner Pirate’s Revenge, Grade 2 winner Modernist, and Grade 2 placed Strive named as well.

This cross is similar to stakes winners Black Stetson and Elevenses among four stakes performers by CATHOLIC BOY’s sire More Than Ready’s out of Speightstown daughters.

Consigned by Randy Miles, Hip 113 is a half-brother to multiple stakes winner and Grade 2-placed Merveilleux. The pair are out of the winning Holy Bull mare Breech Inlet. Bred in Ontario by Mike Carroll and sold at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale for $85,000, the colt is a great-grandson of multiple Grade 1 winning By Land By Sea.

Breech Inlet is a half-sister to Arch’s Grade 2 winner Bauble Queen and stakes winner Leamington with Bauble Queen also producing WAR FRONT’s multiple Grade 3 winner Blitzkrieg. This colt is bred on the same cross as More Than Ready’s stakes winner and multiple Grade 3 placed Ready to Confess.

Bred by Pat Madden, Hip 159 consigned by Harris Training Center is a half-sister to three stakes performers. Out of the stakes winning Champagne Taste, the chestnut’s siblings include BLAME’s Grade 3 winner Miss Kentucky, Flatter’s Grade 1 placed Pass The Champagne, and Pulpit’s stakes placed Los Borrachos.

Champagne Taste herself is a half-sister to multiple Grade 2 placed Miss Mittagong and four stakes producers out of Grade 2 winner Go Go.

Out of a half-sister to stakes winner Precious Kiss comes Hip 424 from Oak Creek Thoroughbreds. The SF Bloodstock-bred colt is a half-brother to multiple Grade 3 winner and Grade 2 placed My Boy Jack and four other winners from six to race with his dam’s 3-year-old My Sweet Summer winning after the catalog was released.

This colt’s granddam is Grade 3 winner and Grade 1-placed Gold N Delicious, whose foals other than Precious Kiss include Grade 3 placed Cat Alert and stakes performers Soldier of Fame and Doneraile Gold.

Top Line Sales consigns Hip 433, a three-quarter brother to stakes winner and Grade 3-placed Winning Envelope. A $100,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase bred by Ron Stolich and BRS, the colt is a sibling to three winners from three to race out of the winning Badge of Silver mare Granby Girl. Granby Girl is a half-sister to stakes winners Dream Lady and Zeta. Both of those mares are Grade 1 producers with Dream Lady producing Grade 1 winner Room Service and Zeta producing Grade 1 winner Zapata.

Dream Lady’s three stakes winners also include More Than Ready’s Grade 3 winner Major Gain – making that horse closely related to this offering.

Hip 831 is a three-quarter brother to multiple stakes placed On The Town and out of a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Warning Zone. Consigned by breeder Kinsman Farm, the colt’s dam was a winner herself and one of three stakes producers out of stakes winner Migrate. The mare is a half-sister to stakes winner Extend and to Chilean Broodmare of the Year Weekend Leave – who produced Grade 1 winner We Can Seek.

Eisaman Equine’s Hip 1031’s page full of blacktype got even fuller on April 1 when Sacred Wish finished second in the Gulfstream Park Oaks (G2) one start after breaking her maiden.

A half-sister to three winners from three to race, the filly’s page also includes Grade 1 winners Bowies Hero and Sharp Azteca in addition to Grade 3 winner and Kentucky Derby (G1) second Firing Line. The filly’s dam is a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Mint Lane and Firing Line’s Grade 1-placed dam Sister Girl Blues.

Among those bred on the More Than Ready x Street Cry mare cross that is similar to this juveniles are stakes winner Mokarris, Grade 3 placed Data Dependent, and stakes-placed Let’s Get Loud.

Hip 1089 is a colt that hails from the family of Grade 1 winners Sailor’s Valentine and Coup de Fusil. This colt is bred on a similar cross to sires Daredevil and Funtastic, and his stakes-placed City Zip dam is half to four other stakes performers. HIP 1089 is consigned by de Meric Sales.

The Under Tack Show for this sale takes place on April 16 – 22 at 8:00a.m. ET every morning with the sale starting at 10:30a.m. ET each morning on April 25 – 28.

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