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First Suave Foals EXCEPTIONAL!
RSS Feeds Sunday, June 01, 2008

Another amazing Suave foal - pictured above is a filly out of the graded stakes producing mare Sedona Berry, owned by Ronald and Kay Grothaus.


Machmer Hall and Haymarket Farm co-own the exceptional filly above left that is out of the stakes placed, mutiple stakes producing mare Avie's Song. She was foaled 3/13.

Above right is a colt foaled 3/14 out of the multiple stakes winning mare All the Honor, owned by Thorobeam Farm.

 

Above left is a colt - the third foal out of the Phillips Racing Partnership mare Propriety. This daughter of Storm Cat is out of the GI winning mare Plenty of Grace, who is 1/2 to Champion Soaring Softly. Propriety's first foal is GI placed Grace Anatomy and her second foal is a colt by Champion Aldebaran who was the second highest priced 2 yr old at the Keeneland April sale. John Phillips commented, "this is an exceptional colt - lovely shoulder, very strong forearm and great bone. He has the look of an athlete."

Pictured above right is a stunning colt foaled 2/7/08 out of the mare Dynamic Delux, a 1/2 sister to multiple stakes winner Outcashem owned by Center Hills Farm.

 

 

Above left is a filly out Salsa City - 1/2 sister to MGSW Runaway Dancer. Owner Xavier Moreau commented “she’s a very powerful filly – much more like a colt in her build. She has great size and is very correct.”

Above right is a lovely filly out of Quiet Sting, a 5 time winning Quiet American mare, owned by Linda Jones.

 

Pictured above is a colt foaled 2/16. Tony O'Campo owns this first foal out of Iyieldtonoone, a 1/2 sister to MGSW Pacific Fleet.

 

Sue Vitro of Stonebridge Farm, NY said of the colt pictured above, "he is the complete package - very correct, good bone, smart and flashy." He is out of R. Eric Brophy's stakes producing Silver Deputy mare Silverbobbin. Photos by J. Norton.

Edition Farm in New York submitted the below photos of their two Suave foals:

Pictured above left is a filly foaled March 7th out of Miney's Awesome - a winning daughter of Awesome Again who is 1/2 to five $100K+ earners, 3 of which are stakes horses. At right is a filly photographed at 2 weeks old out of the mare Numuthej - a royally bred Nureyev mare who is a full sister to Robin des Pins! Thanks to Vivien Malloy, Annette Orlando and photographer Kathy Landman.

First Foal for Millionaire Suave a Colt
January 16, 2008


The first reported foal sired by Grade II winner Suave is a colt born Jan. 8 at Donna Wormser’s farm in Ocala, Fla. Bred by Wormser, the colt is the first foal for the 5-year-old mare Happy Valentine, whose dam is a half sister to millionaire and GI winner Jolie’s Halo.

Suave set the track record at Arlington Park while on his way to victory in the GII Washington Park Handicap in 2006. He retired with $1,348,423 in earnings. A 7-year-old son of A. P. Indy out of the multiple GI winning Citidancer mare Urbane, Suave stands at Darby Dan Farm in Lexington, KY. Suave’s 2008 fee is $17,500.