‘Deep Shoulder And Big Hip’: First Foal Is A Filly For Calumet Farm’s Ransom The Moon

Multiple Grade 1-winning sprinter Ransom the Moon’s first foal was officially reported and it’s a filly.

Terri’s Pass foaled a filly at Shannondoe Farm in Ontario on the evening of Jan. 13. This filly has come full circle, as Terri’s Pass by War Pass was also bred by Calumet Farm back in 2010.

Ransom the Moon rallied to win the G1 Bing Crosby Stakes in 2017 and 2018 in turn defeating two-time Breeders’ Cup Sprint winner and Eclipse Award-winning male sprinter Roy H each time by showcasing his talent and consistency as a racehorse.

“This is a good filly,” said Arika Everatt-Meeuse of Shannondoe Farm. “Very impressive with deep shoulder and big hip. Plenty of bone and leg under her. I’d say she looks like daddy. We are very pleased.”

After a successful first year in the breeding shed, Ransom the Moon, an 8-year-old son of leading sire Malibu Moon, stands for $7,500 at Calumet Farm and is available for viewing by appointment.

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