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Dialed In colt sparkles in 2018 debut
RSS Feeds Friday, January 19, 2018 | Posted to: Dialed In
Thunder's Honor turned in a razor-sharp performance on Jan. 19 at Gulfstream Park as the 3-year-old Dialed In colt took a five-furlong maiden special weight race on the turf by 2 1/2-lengths.

The dark bay colt had been second in his last two outings, including to the highly-regarded Strike Power, but broke through on Friday with a very impressive outing, making a three-wide move to reel in the leaders and go right on by, stopping the timer in :57.02.

Thunder's Honor is owned by Parkland Thoroughbreds and was bred by Lesley Campion. The colt is out of Whisper Number and is a full brother to the 4-year-old filly Ms Locust Point, a two-time stakes winner. 

Dialed In's first two crops have yielded excellent results. He was the leading Freshman Sire of 2016 and topped the 2017 Second-Crop Sire list by black type horse (12) and black type winners (7). He is standing this year at Darby Dan Farm for $25,000 live foal stands and nurses.