Toast To Vino Rosso: Colt Out Of Call To Service Fits The Bill For Young Stallion

Throughout the breeding season, the Paulick Report will be sharing photos of foals from the first crop of Spendthrift Farm‘s Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Vino Rosso in the “Toast to Vino Rosso” series.

This week, we’re going to Mulholland Springs farm in Lexington, Ky., to visit a colt out of the To Honor and Serve mare Call to Service.

This February 16 foal was bred in New York by the partnership of Sequel Thoroughbreds, Lakland Farm, and Mark Toothaker, and the dam is a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Isotherm.

This foal is being boarded for clients, but Martha Jane Mulholland of Mulholland Springs said she’s got several Vino Rosso foals of her own, and she was impressed by their consistency.

“You can just count on them being a very substantial, viable, good-looking foal,” Mulholland said. “To me, ‘pretty’ is important, and all of his babies are pretty – cute heads, lovely top lines, big hips. I really, across the board, like all of them.”

Vino Rosso, a 6-year-old son of Curlin, stands at Spendthrift Farm for an advertised fee of $25,000.

Vino Rosso won won six of 15 starts and earned $4,803,125 on the racetrack. In addition to his signature Breeders’ Cup Classic score, the stallion picked up victories in the Grade 1 Gold Cup at Santa Anita Stakes, and the G2 Wood Memorial Stakes.

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