August 3rd, 2016

Haulani, first British winner for freshman sire Algorithms

Claiborne Farm’s ALGORITHMS is quickly becoming a standout among freshman sires. The undefeated son of Bernardini is among the leading 1st-crop stallions by winners (6), stakes horses (2), and graded stakes horses (1).

On August 3rd, Haulani became the first British winner for the U.S. sire and 6th winner overall. The 2-year-old colt, out of the winning Thunder Gulch mare License To Speed, won handily by 5 lengths in the 7 furlong test for maidens at Brighton Racecourse in England.

Bred in Kentucky by Bill Adair, Phyllis Adair & Connie Brown, Haulani passed through the public auction ring as a weanling, yearling, and two-year-old, commanding prices up to $95,000. He is a half-brother to Grade 3-placed sprinter Speedinthruthecity.

From 12 starters, Algorithms already has 6 winners, including Recruiting Ready, named TDN Rising Star following an impressive 10 1/4 length maiden victory and subsequently runner-up in the G3 Bashford Manor Stakes; stakes-placed performer Junket; and Bay Numbers, an impressive 6 1/4 length maiden winner at Monmouth.

Algorithms, a full or half brother to 4 Graded Stakes winners, including Grade 1 victors Justin Phillip and Greenspointcrusader, stands for $5,000 at Claiborne Farm in Paris, KY. His first crop 2yos commanding prices up to 36 times his stud fee.

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