‘Great Presence’: First Foal Is A Filly For Airdrie Stud’s Preservationist

Preservationist, a Grade 1-winning millionaire son of Arch was represented by his first reported foal, with the arrival of a filly produced by the Giant’s Causeway mare, Win Crafty, on Jan. 8 in Ocala, Fla.

A daughter of the graded stakes winner, Win Crafty Lady, Win Crafty is a half-sister to Grade 1 winner Harmony Lodge, Grade 2 Arkansas Derby winner Graeme Hall and to the stakes-winning and graded stakes-producing mare, Win’s Fair Lady. Win Crafty is also a full-sister to Win McCool, herself a graded stakes-producer and granddam of the Grade 1-winning millionaire, Magnum Moon.

Breeder, Dominique Damico of Fly By Breeding, described her Preservationist filly as “a beautiful filly with great bone, a super shoulder and great presence,” and indicated that she will be retained to race.

A $485,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase by Centennial Farms, Preservationist was trained by Jimmy Jerkens. He vanquished top-class rivals including Catholic Boy, Yoshida and Tom’s d’Etat when winning the G1 Woodward Stakes and G2 Suburban Stakes in 2019 en route to earning $1,084,550 and becoming one of 18 graded stakes winners under his first three dams.

Preservationist stands at Airdrie Stud for $10,000 SN.

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