Florida sires Neolithic and Win Win Win were represented by eighth-mile bullet works at the first under tack show for the Ocala Breeders’ Sale Spring Sale of 2-year-olds in training Sunday which saw two other Florida-breds among the eight who stopped the clock in :9.80. Two juveniles worked a quarter mile in :20.60 including a Florida-bred colt by Mr. Money.

The Sunday under tack session is the first of seven breeze shows which run through Saturday and start at 8:00 a.m. EDT. The four-day OBS Spring Sale will be conducted four days next week, Tuesday through Friday, with each session beginning at 10:30 a.m.

Hips 1-173 worked Sunday and Hips 174-345 go to the track Monday.

Hip 87, represents Pleasant Acres Stallions’ Neolithic with a :9.80 furlong, working from the consignment of breeder Grassroots Training and Sales LLC. Neolithic was the 2021 leading Freshman sire in Florida.

The chestnut colt is out of Harbor Sunset, by Fast Anna, a half-sister to stakes-winner Tensas Harbor and stakes-placed runners Harbor Pilot, Veronica’s Lake and Tensas Salt. Tensas Salt is also a stakes producer.

The colt is eligible for the rich FTBOA Florida Sire Stakes, highlighted by the $1.2 million series of races for 2-year-olds to be run latter this year at Gulfstream Park. The Florida Sire Stakes Marion County and Florida Sire Stakes City of Ocala for older horses are run annually at Tampa Bay Downs and eligible Florida Sire Stakes runners compete for bonus money in other selected stakes throughout the year at Gulfstream Park and Tampa Bay Downs.

Hip 173, a Florida-bred filly by Win Win Win – Judit Siepert

Hip 173, When She’s Good, is a Florida-bred filly by Ocala Stud’s popular first crop sire Win Win Win out of Jilly, by Lookin At Lucky and worked a furlong in :9.80. Jilly is a half-sister to graded stakes-producer Lucky Black. When She’s Good was bred by Jennifer A. Johnson and Gillian K. Johnson and is consigned by Grade One Investments LLC as agent.

The other Florida-breds with :9.80 eighth-mile works were Hips 32 and 108.

Hip 32, Foxy Dame, is by Girvin out of Foxy Mischief, by Into Mischief and is consigned by Six K’s Training & Sales LLC as agent. Foxy Mischief is a half-sister to stakes-producer Renowned and her dam, Wife Support, is a full-sister to stakes-winner Go Rockin’ Robin. Foxy Dame was bred by RGP Holdings and is eligible for the FTBOA Florida Sire Stakes.

Hip 108 is a bay colt by Army Mule out of the stakes-placed Forest Wildcat mare Hermione’s Magic, a half-sister to stakes-winner and graded stakes-producer Watchfull, stakes-winner Sweet Sixteen, stakes-placed Rose Bay and graded stakes-producer Kirsche. Consigned by Envision Equine as agent, the colt is a half-brother to stakes-winner All That Magic and stakes-placed Tizanillusion and was bred in Florida by English Range Farm.

Four other juveniles worked bullet eighth miles.

Hip 28, a bay filly by Gun Runner consigned by de Meric Sales as agent, is a half-sister to stakes-placed Valentine Wish out of Forest Valentine, by Forestry.

Hip 102, a bay filly by Authentic consigned by Grassroots Training & Sales LLC as agent, is out of graded stakes-placed Heavenly Hill, by City Zip, a daughter of graded stakes-winner Pleasant Hill.

Hip 131, consigned by Steven Venosa’s S G V Thoroughbreds LLC as agent, is a chestnut colt by Improbable out of I Know That Mom, by Distorted Humor, a daughter of graded stakes winner Tar Heel Mom.

Hip 133, a bay colt by Improbable consigned by Ciaran Dunne’s Wavertree Stables, Inc. as agent, is out of graded stakes-placed, stakes-winner I’m Betty G, by Into Mischief, from the family of graded stakes-placed, stakes-winner Sadler’s Sarah.

Hip 9, a Florida-bred colt from the first crop by Mr. Money out of the stakes-placed mare Fast City, by Half Ours, worked a quarter-mile bullet in :20.60 Sunday. Consigned by Omar Ramirez as agent, the colt is eligible for the FTBOA Florida Sire Stakes and was bred by Woodford Thoroughbreds LLC. Fast City is a half-sister to stakes-placed runners Play Unified, Heatseeker Sharon and Ollie Jet and stakes-producer Sobhy’s Gal.

Hip 166, a bay filly by Uncle Mo consigned by Tom McCrocklin as agent also worked a bullet quarter-mile. She is a half sister to stakes placed American West out of graded stakes winner Jacaranda, by Congrats.

Portions of the article were taken from an OBS press release.

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