Liam’s Map Colt Clocks Fastest Quarter During First Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Under Tack Session

The first session of the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-Year-Olds in Training Sale’s under tack show kicked off on Wednesday with a Liam’s Map colt taking the spotlight among the juveniles working a quarter-mile.

The gray or roan colt, offered as Hip 151, covered the distance in :20 4/5 seconds over the Maryland State Fairgrounds’ dirt surface in Timonium, Md. Consigned by All Dreams Equine, agent, the colt is out of the placed Big Brown mare One Foxy Grey, whose first foal to race is a winner. His second dam is the Grade 1 winner Irish Smoke, with an extended family that includes Grade 1 winner Book Review and Grade 2 winner Instagrand.

Two horses clocked quarters in :21 2/5 seconds on Wednesday:

  • Hip 39, Ours Forever, a Louisiana-bred Half Ours filly out of the stakes-placed Dayjur mare Illustrious Dream, whose three foals to race are all winners. Consigned by Kirkwood Stables, agent, she hails from the family of champion Answer Lively.
  • Hip 132, a first-crop Nyquist filly out of the unraced Silver Deputy mare Mother’s Milk, whose runners include the Grade 3-placed Sheza Milky Way. Grade 2 winner Varenka is in the family of this filly, who is consigned by Hoby and Layna Kight, agent.

The honors for fastest eighth of a mile were shared by four juveniles during the first breeze session:

  • Hip 51, a first-crop Speightster colt out of the unplaced Mizzen Mast mare Izzy Izzy, whose three foals to race are all winners, including stakes winner En Hanse. Soaring Free, Canada’s 2004 Horse of the Year, can be found in this colt’s page, along with Canadian champion Regal Intention. He is consigned by L.G., agent.
  • Hip 106, a first-crop Outwork colt out of the unraced Maria’s Mon mare Marialua, who is the dam of five winners from eight foals to race. The New York-bred is from the extended family of Triple Crown winner Affirmed, and he is consigned by Wolf Creek Farms, agent.
  • Hip 118, a Virginia-bred Uncle Mo colt out of the winning Mineshaft mare Miss Ocean City, whose runners include Grade 2 winner Azar. Belmont Stakes winner Go and Go is on the page of this colt, who is consigned by Pike Racing, agent.
  • Hip 173, a Maryland-bred first-crop Upstart filly out of the stakes-winning Pure Prize mare Plum, who is the dam of two winners from three runners. Cary Frommer consigns the filly, as agent.

The second of three under tack sessions at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale commences Thursday, beginning at 8 a.m. Eastern. The auction will take place June 29-30, with each session beginning at 11 a.m.

To view the full breeze show results, click here.

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