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Photo #HnR PA BRED mare Move getting the spa treatment Northview Stallions PA Move by #SilverTrain o/o Be Envied PA Broodmare of the Year 2016 by #LemonDropkid. is a tall mare with good length. Move is expecting a Feb foal by #Verrazano and is 1/2 to PABRED Breeders' Cup Champion/Eclipse Award winner #Finest City and PABRED MSW Grand Prix.This is not the prototypical horse produced by Breeders' Cup Sprint Champion Silver Train. Silver Train's common stamp was a sound, muscular, dirt sprinter best at 6-6.5 Fl. Photo Move @NV photo Tim Fazio ...

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Photos #HnR bred Halljoy 17 yearling filly by American Pharoah o/o GSP Halljoy by #Halling showing today Fasig-Tipton Oct Sale Hip 624 Having drawn the unfortunate HIP #1 she RNA'd Keeneland Sept $335K. Halljoy 17 has grown an inch, now weighs over 1,000 pounds, having stretched her body and hip. Much more the finished article. Coupled with a deep global pedigree highlighted below, we are hoping she will be a stand out at this sale. Ballysax Bloodstock Coolmore Stud
Deep Global Pedigree including U.S., South America, Japan and Europe
Excerpts Pedigree Consultants

Third to multiple group one winner Amazing Maria in the Stardom Stakes (gr. III) while racing in England at two, Halljoy was also a winner and stakes placed while campaigning in the U.S.

By HALLING (1991). European Champion, Stakes winner of
$1,332,651 USA in England, France and United Arab Emirates, Juddmonte International S. [G1] twice, etc. Sire of 18 crops of racing age, 887 foals, 726 starters, 57 stakes winners, 7 champions, 483 winners of 1718 races and earning $52,202,566 USA, including Hakkar (Champion 3 times in Turkey, $423,924 USA, Jockey Club of Turkey, etc.), Thunder Teddington (Champion in Hungary, $113,735 USA, Grand Prix D'avenches - Defi Du Galop, etc.), Donn Halling (Champion twice in Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, $64,533 USA, St. Leger Italiano [G3], etc.), Para Elisa (Champion in Spain, $49,227 USA), Halling River (Horse of the year in Switzerland), Gaston (Champion in Scandinavia), Narya (Champion in Spain)

Halljoy is a sister to the group winning sprinter, An Tadh, and to the dam of graded stakes placed Temple’s Door, and half-sister to the dam of stakes winner Exclusive Potion. Halljoy’s dam, Tithcar, is half-sister to Zindabad, a four time group one winner who also earned places in such races as the Gran Criterium (gr. I), King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (gr. I), and Coronation Cup (gr. I). She is also half-sister to stakes placed Geisha Girl, the dam of Champion Genial Boy, and granddam of the 2016 Breeders’ Cup Turf Classic (gr.I) victor, Divisidero still active $1.34M earnings. Other active U.S. family members include GSW’ers Dream Awhile and Sophie P.
Halljoy’s granddam MIznah is a group winning two-year-old daughter of Sadler’s Wells. She is a three-quarters sister to group winners Lake Como and Single Combat, and to stakes winner Nazoo, the dam of the Prix Saint-Alary (gr. I) victress Nadia, and half-sister to stakes winner Heeremandi. Miznah is also a three-quarters sister to La Confidence, the dam of two-time Eclipse Award winning Champion Flawlessly, herself granddam of graded scorers Woke Up Dreamin, Denomination, and Lemon Drop Dream. Miznah’s dam, La Dame Du Lac, is a half- sister to Halo Champion sire who produced two Kentucky Derby Winners Sunny’s Halo and Suday Silence and to Champion Hall of Fame filly Tosmah Champion 2 and 3 year old filly. Her dam is out of the great mare Almahmoud, also granddam of Northern Dancer, and Miznah is inbred 4x3 to Almahmoud.

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#HnR PA BRED Daddy is a Legend took the lead in late stretch looking to be the sure winner of #PinOaksValleyViewStakes. Looking the sure winner she inexplicably went through the inside rail into the infield and did not finish. Initial exam after race indicates she is not injured. Great save by Manny Franco ...

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Big day for #HnR PA BRED #DaddyisaLegend The Hill's #ScatDaddy filly has her hands (hooves) full today. Here is DRF's Marty McGee's race analysis

"Daddy is a Legend faces Brown duo, full field in Valley View
By Marty McGee

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Daddy Is a Legend may have dodged Rushing Fall last weekend, but there’s just no avoiding Chad Brown.

Scratched last Saturday at Keeneland from the Grade 1 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup, which Brown won with the odds-on Rushing Fall, Daddy Is a Legend was saved instead to run here Friday in the Grade 3 Valley View, ostensibly an easier spot – right?

Well, we’ll see. Daddy Is a Legend has been pegged a lukewarm 7-2 favorite in an oversubscribed field of 3-year-old turf fillies in the 28th running of the $150,000 Valley View, a 1 1/16-mile race that anchors a 10-race Friday card. Brown has the uncoupled pair of Reversethedecision and Mighty Scarlett entered in the Valley View, one of a dwindling number of grass stakes to escape his grasp since he began building his powerhouse stable 11 years ago.

Trained by George Weaver for Susan and Jim Hill, Daddy Is a Legend will break from post 3 under Manny Franco. From nine career starts, the Pennsylvania-bred daughter of Scat Daddy has racked up three wins, but four of her defeats came when finishing behind Rushing Fall, a divisional standout.

“I just didn’t want to run into Rushing Fall again,” Weaver said regarding the QE II scratch. “Hopefully, this will prove the right move.”

The Brown fillies also come well drawn toward the Keeneland hedge. Reversethedecision, also by Scat Daddy, was assigned post 1 and will be ridden by Javier Castellano, who won the QE II on Rushing Fall and entered this week just five wins shy of the 5,000-win milestone. Reversethedecision has never run poorly in five career starts and most recently dead-heated for fourth in the Grade 2 Sands Point on Sept. 15 over the Belmont Park turf.

Yet one more daughter of the late Scat Daddy, Mighty Scarlett (post 4, Jose Ortiz) comes off a turf allowance win on closing weekend of the Saratoga meet. Before that, she ran creditably in back-to-back Belmont stakes when third in the Grade 3 Wonder Again and fifth in the Grade 1 Belmont Oaks.

Perhaps the chief threat to the Scat Daddy fillies is Poetic Charm (post 13, Mike Smith), a Godolphin homebred whose European form makes her the major unknown factor in the field. Trained by Charlie Appleby, the daughter of the prolific sire Dubawi has won 4 of 8 starts, with three of her losses coming in respectable fashion in Group 3 company. She will be treated with Lasix for the first time when making her stateside debut.

Other viable possibilities in an outstanding lineup include Cool Beans, Colonia, Goodthingstaketime, Sirenusa, and Chipolata. In all, 15 are entered, with as many as 14 being allowed to start."

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