First Winner For Majestic Harbor Comes At Indiana Grand

Grade 1 winner Majestic Harbor was represented by his first winner at stud on Monday when Dance Money went wire-to-wire and held on to win a maiden special weight race at Indiana Grand.

Under jockey Santo Sanjur, Dance Money held off foes for the lead early in the 5 1/2-furlong main track race, and shook loose by two lengths at the top of the stretch. The filly then held off a late charge by Sweet Justice to hang on by a neck at odds of 23-1. She stopped the clock in 1:07.13 for owners Barbara Eakin and Shelly Nance, and trainer Jonathan Nance.

Dance Money was bred in Indiana by Anthony Wolfe and Julie Mudman. She is out of the placed Cactus Ridge mare Cactusa, who raced as a homebred for Toby Keith’s Dream Walkin Farms.

Majestic Harbor stands at Harris Farms in Coalinga, Calif., for an advertised fee of $2,500. However, he began his stud career in Indiana at Swifty Farms.

A 12-year-old son of Rockport Harbor, Majestic Harbor won 10 of 42 starts over seven seasons of racing for earnings of $1,295,814. His race record is highlighted by victories in the Grade 1 Gold Cup at Santa Anita Stakes, the G2 Alysheba Stakes, and the G3 Tokyo City Cup Stakes and Mineshaft Handicap.

Majestic Harbor is out of the stakes-placed French Deputy mare Champagne Royale, making him a half-brother to Grade 1-winner and classic-placed Danza, stakes-placed Tickled Pink, and graded stakes producer Totally Tucker, who is herself the dam of Grade 3 winners Totally Boss and Super Steed.

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