09.22.2018

Another Saturday, Another Silent Name Stakes Winner

Silent Mistake celebrated a maiden-breaking victory in stakes action with a front-end effort in......



Silent Mistake celebrated a maiden-breaking victory in stakes action with a front-end effort in the $100,000 Victorian Queen on Saturday afternoon at Woodbine Racetrack. She is Silent Name's second new Stakes winner in seven days following the win by Stronach Stables Silent Poet in the September 15 Vice Regent Stakes, also at Woodbine.

With Gary Boulanger aboard for trainer Norm McKnight, Silent Mistake left out from post five and fronted the field of seven Ontario-sired two-year-old fillies throughout the six-furlong affair while setting early fractions of :23.32 and :46.96. The filly, out of the Artie Schiller daughter Cost and Effect, shrugged off challenger Ishiyaya and the wide-rallying Katla’s Fury coming off the turn then kept the late-closers at bay to score by half a length in 1:11.39.

“She showed me a lot of class today,” said Boulanger, who earned his 12th stakes win of the meet. “She got out there and threw her ears up and kind of waited and when I really called on her, she just kept digging in and digging in and she wouldn’t give up.”

Bred in Ontario by Paul Buttigieg, Silent Mistake was a $45,000 purchase from last year’s Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society Yearling Sale and is owned by Trinity Racing Stables Inc. and Racer’s Edge Inc. She was sent postward as the slight 2-1 favorite following her stakes-placed debut in the Canadian Yearling Sales Stakes on August 29.

“We were really pleased actually [with her first start],” said McKnight’s son and assistant trainer Brad. “She was probably two works short, one for sure, outside post and she overcame a lot.”

Silent Name, Canada's champion juvenile sire the past two seasons, leads all Canadian stallions with 7 worldwide Stakes winners and over $2 million in progeny earnings in 2018. 

- edited from www.woodbine.com

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09.22.2018

$170,000 September Session Topper Continues Big Week for Mucho Macho Man

Reeves Thoroughbred Racing supported one of its favorite horses during the 11th session of the......

Reeves Thoroughbred Racing supported one of its favorite horses during the 11th session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale Sept. 21, going to $170,000 to land a filly by Mucho Macho Man.

Reeves Thoroughbred Racing campaigned Mucho Macho Man to a victory in the 2013 Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) at Santa Anita Park. On Friday, Robby Harris did the bidding for the new owner.

"They're excited. She's a really nice filly," said Harris of the dark bay or brown filly who was consigned by Eaton Sales, agent. "By far, the standout (of the session). Just a real pretty filly who did everything right."

Offered as Hip 3745, the session-topping filly is a half sister to 2012 Florida Derby (G1) runner-up Reveron, who also earned a stakes win in five seasons of racing. Bred in Kentucky by Equus Farm, the filly is out of the winning Awesome Again  mare Carolina Sunrise, who also has produced stakes-placed Carolina Mist.

The filly continued a sensational week for her first crop sire was represented by 'TDN Rising Star' Mucho Gusto and another impressive Maiden Special winner in Belle Laura, who broke her maiden by 4 lengths. Belle Laura was bred by the Reeves.

 - edited from www.bloodhorse.com

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