New York Stallion Redesdale’s First Foal Is A Filly

New York-based sire Redesdale, a son of Speightstown, has produced his first foal — a filly born on Chris Bernhard’s Hidden Lake Farm in Stillwater, N.Y. The news was announced on Jan. 23.

The filly is out of Rgirldoesn’tbluff, a stakes-winning and graded stakes-placed Virginia-bred daughter of Pine Bluff. The earner of more than $240,000 in 25 career starts, she has already produced a pair of winners.

Redesdale is out of Grade 3 winner Harpia, by Danzig, who is a full sister to breed-shaping sire Danehill and granddaughter of Natalma, the dam of Northern Dancer.

Redesdale dominated the competition in his first three starts before his career was cut short by injury in his fourth start, the Grade 3 Commonwealth Stakes at Keeneland.

Redesdale stands at McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds for a 2020 stud fee of $5,000.

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