(2015 c. by POINT OF ENTRY out of SWEET ASSAY) was purchased on behalf of William H. Lawrence for $190,000 at the OBS March Sale in 2017. Making his first start as a two-year-old in late October at Belmont Park, ANALYZE IT cleared the field victorious by 6 1/4 lengths going 1 mile on the turf. His second start was against stakes company in the [G3] Cecil B. DeMille Stakes at Del Mar on November 26th. He made it look easy again, winning on the lead throughout a clear 4 1/4 lengths geared down. He looks to have a very bright future!


(2010 h. by SIR PERCY {GB} out of WURFSPIEL {GER}) was purchased on behalf of Michael Dubb, Sheep Pond Partners and Bethlehem Stables for €140,000 at the 2015 Arqana Arc Sale. Since being purchased, the import was runner-up in the [G2] Pan American S. and annexed the [G1] Man ‘o War S. in 2016. He rallied impressively to finish third in the [G1] Pattinson Canadian International S. at Woodbine in October of 2016. In 2017, he won the [G2] Mac Diarmida Stakes at Gulfstream Park by a head.


(2012 f. by INTO MISCHIEF out of DIVA DYNA) was purchased on behalf of Klaravich Stables and William Laurence for $100,000 at the 2014 OBS June Sale. She has four wins from seven starts including the $150,000 Penn Oaks and the [G3] Boiling Springs Stakes at Monmouth Park in 2015 and has career earnings of $287,500.


(1991 m. by LEAR FAN out of YES SHE’S SHARP) was purchased by Peter Bradley in France for trainer, Wally Dollase. Returning to the U.S., she won two [G1]‘s and two [G2]‘s. She beat males in the 1995 [GI] San Luis Rey S. and closed out her career with a win in the [GI] Beverly Hills H. in 1997. As a broodmare, WINDSHARP proved just as prodigious. Her first foal, the Gone West son JOHAR, was a dead-heat winner of the [GI] Breeders’ Cup Turf, while her second, the STORM CAT daughter DESSERT, won the [GI] Del Mar Oaks and sold to Shadwell as a broodmare for $3.3 million. WINDSHARP was herself a $6.1-million broodmare purchase by Darley.


(1990 m. by MINING out of ONE SMART LADY) was purchased privately by Peter Bradley for W.S. Farish and partners, she went on to win the [G1] Ballerina Stakes at Saratoga, and was then sold in the 1998 Keeneland November Breeding Stock sale for $750,000


(2005 h. by PROUD CITIZEN out of BUFFALO BIRD WOMAN) after breaking his maiden first out by 9 lengths, BT brokered the deal to sell MOTOVATO to Ed Gann. He then went on to win a trio of stakes including the [G3] Kenny Noe Jr. Handicap, earning just shy of $400,000.


(2001 m. by DANEHILL DANCER [IRE] out of ZAGREB FLYER [GB]) was purchased privately by Bradley Thoroughbreds in Ireland for a racing partnership. In her next start she won the [G3] C. L. Weld Park Stakes at the Curragh, and was subsequently sold to Edmund Gann. Trained by Bobby Frankel she went on to be multiple [G3] placed in the United States and earned $114,912. She was sold at the 2005 Fasig-Tipton February Winter Mixed sale for $300,000 as a broodmare prospect.


(2001 f. by SRI PEKAN our of SANS PRIX) was purchased, after winning the Listed La Coupe de Pouliches in the Provinces of France, by BT on behalf of Bill Diamant.  After arriving in the US, she took some time to get her act together, and it proved worth while, as she went on to win the [G2] Sheepshead Bay Handicap at Belmont. After finishing her career she was sold for almost $600,000 as a broodmare at Tattersalls in 2007.


(1994 h. by DEPUTY MINISTER out of PASSING MOOD) was part of a package deal, Peter Bradley purchased an interest in TOUCH GOLD for Stonerside Stables. TOUCH GOLD won the [G1] Belmont S. and [G1] Haskell Invitational retiring with earnings of $1,679,907. He went on to a successful stud career at Adena Springs, where he has sired Grade I winners Midas Eyes, Composure, Seek Gold, Mass Media, etc.


(1992 m. by SEPTIEME CIEL out of SAMALEX) was purchased by Peter Bradley in 1995 at the Arc sale for just over $75,000. SIXIEME SENS broke her maiden very impressively. This led to a private purchase by Charles Kenis’ 3 Plus U Stable. She then went on to win the [G2] San Gorgonio Handicap in California, retiring and bringing $750,000 at the 1997 Keeneland November Breeding Stock sale.

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