‘Quality From Top To Bottom’: Danzing Candy’s First Foal Is A Filly

Rancho San Miguel’s multiple Grade 2-winning stallion Danzing Candy had his first foal hit the ground on Jan. 5 at Woodbridge Farm in Oakdale, Calif.

The filly was bred by Premier Thoroughbreds and is out of the stakes-placed producing Monarchos broodmare Ms Glory Be. She was an earner of over $228,000.

Sue Greene, owner and operator of Woodbridge Farm describes the filly as “Quality from top to bottom and head to tail. She stands up so pretty she looks like a foal of several weeks old. Nice bone, correct and a lot like her sire, very solid.”

Danzing Candy covered a huge book of mares in 2018 with that book totaling 129 mares.

Danzing Candy, a multiple Grade 2 winner of three graded races, is a son of Twirling Candy who earned $700,930, with six wins from eleven starts. He is the leading earner by his sire.

The 4-year-old horse is out of Talkin and Singing (Songandaprayer); from the female family of $4-million earner Better Talk Now and millionaire Medaglia Beat. Bred by Halo Farms, the colt raced for the partnership of Jim and Dianne Bashor and Halo Farms.

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