(2011 f. by SCAT DADDY out of DAJA (CHI)) was purchased privately in Chile for a Bradley Thoroughbreds Racing Venture. She adjusted well to American style of training and put in a monster win first time out in the [G2] Ballston Spa at Saratoga. Dacita was unplaced in the [G1] Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf over a soft Keeneland course, which wasn’t to her liking, but started the 2016 season with a nice runner-up effort in the [G3] The Very One S. at Gulfstream in March. Fourth in the [G1] Jenny Wiley S. behind superstar mare Tepin in April, Dacita came back with an impressive win in the [G2] New York S. at Belmont Park in June. She kept her Graded Stakes winning streak alive with a victory in Saratoga’s [G1] Diana S. in July over an exceptional field and concluded the season with a gutsy second in the [G2] Canadian S. at Woodbine in September of 2016. In 2017, she finished second in her first start of the year in the [G3] Beaugay Stakes at Belmont in May. In August, she took her fifth [G1] win in the Beverly D at Arlington Park winning a Breeders’ Cup Win and You’re In Challenge race. She just missed the [G1] Flower Bowl by a head in preparation for the Breeders’ Cup. She finished her career coming in fourth at the [G1] Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf at Del Mar. She sold to Don Alberto Corporation at the Fasig Tipton November Sale in 2017 for $1,850,000.
(2009 f. by CITY ZIP out of M’LADY DOC) is a Champion and Breeders Cup winner. She was purchased by Bradley Thoroughbreds for the 2011 New York Bred Racing Venture. DAYATTHESPA won five stakes races in 2012. Including the $100,000 Sweetest Chat Stakes at Gulfstream, the [G3] Hercomesthebride Stakes at Gulfstream Park, the [G3] Appalachian Stakes at Keeneland, and the Riskaverse Stakes at Saratoga. On October 13th she went wire to wire in the [G1] Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup stamping herself as the top 3 year old turf filly in the country! In 2013 she was narrowly beaten in the [G1] First Lady at Keeneland and won the “You Go West Girl” Stakes at Belmont Park and Yaddo Stakes at Saratoga Racecourse. In 2014 She won the Yaddo Stakes at Saratoga and the [G1] First Lady Stakes turning the tables on Better Lucky. She then went on to win the [G1] Breeders Cup Filly and Mare Turf and was a finalist for Older Female of The Year and was named Champion Turf Female. She sold to Stonestreet Stables at the Fasig-Tipton Night of the Stars Sale in November of 2014 for $2,100,000.
(2010 f. by DIAMOND GREEN [FR] out of HIGH FINANCE [IRE]) broke her maiden at Navon Racecourse in Ireland at second asking by six lengths and was then purchased privately by Bradley Thoroughbreds and placed in a racing venture. In her U.S. debut she won the $100,000 P.G. Johnson Stakes at Saratoga Racecourse. She came back in the [G3] Miss Grillo a “Win and You’re In” race for the Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf and won by 2 1/4 lengths earning a trip to Santa Anita. In the [G1] Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf she ran a hard fought second to Flotilla (FR). In 2015 she won the [G3] Gallorette H. at Pimlico, was 2nd in the [G2] Dance Smartly at Woodbine, and won the [G1] Beverly D. on disqualification a “Win and You’re In” race for the [G1] Breeders Cup Filly and Mare Turf.
GOLDY ESPONY (FR)
(2011 f. by VESPONE (IRE) out of GOLDY HONOR (FR)) was purchased privately in France in 2014. She has been very successful for Bradley Thoroughbreds and partners knocking out three wins in 2015. After winning a first level allowance race at Belmont Park she came back to win the River Memories S. at Belmont Park and the [G3] Waya Stakes at Saratoga Racecourse. She strung together consecutive graded scores in the [G3] Long Island H. at Aqueduct and the [G3] La Prevoyante H. at Gulfstream to finish her 2015 season. In 2017, she ran a hard-fought second in the [G1] Rodeo Drive at Santa Anita Park in September.
DESERT BLANC (GB)
(2008 c. by DESERT STYLE [IRE] out of LUMIERE ROUGE [FR]) was a Listed Stakes winner and G3 placed in France before he was purchased in France by Peter Bradley for one of Bradley Thoroughbreds, LLC’s racing partnerships. He debuted in New York finishing second in the (G3) Fort Marcy Stakes. On Belmont Stakes day he won the (G1) Manhattan Handicap in a gutty performance winning by a head. He gave his co-owners their first Grade 1 victory and a day they will never forget. With career earnings of $428,133 his racing record was 7-4-1-1. Desert Blanc is a tough and classy horse and his performances on the racetrack will be missed by the team at Bradley Thoroughbreds. He is now standing stud at Haras du Hoguenet in France.
KYA ONE (FR)
(2008 f. by ONE COOL CAT out of KYA GULCH) was purchased privately from France on behalf of Mackie Racing. She was a Listed Winner and [G3] placed in Europe. Arriving in America for her four year old season Kya One won the [G3] My Charmer Stakes at Calder Racecourse on Thanksgiving day. She retired from racing with earnings of over $250,000 and was sold at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale for $210,000 to Newsells Park Stud.
(1998 c. by MR. PROSPECTOR out of CHIMES OF FREEDOM) – Bradley Thoroughbreds brokered the transaction to purchase a 50% interest in Multiple [G1] winner ALDEBARAN’s breeding rights and future syndication, prior to the [G1] Metropolitan Handicap in 2002. ALDEBARAN won or placed in 23-of-25 starts for career earnings of $1,739,127, including the Forego H. [G1], Metropolitan H. [G1], Churchill Downs H. [G2], and the Tom Fool H. [G2]. He went on to win the Eclipse Award in 2002 for Champion Sprinter. ALDEBARAN is currently standing stud in Japan. He sired Breeders Cup winner and Champion Main Sequence.
GINO’S SPIRITS (GB)
(1996 m. by PERUGINO out of RISING SPIRITS [IRE]) was purchased by Peter Bradley for only 66,000gns ($125,000) at the 1999 Tattersalls December sale. Gino’s Spirits had won the John Musker Stakes at Yarmouth and ran second in the Group 2 Sun Chariot Stakes. She was one of the first horses purchased by Bradley for a racing partnership. Racing for Bradley, Tom Van Meter and partners the filly earned in excess of $300,000. She won three Listed races, including the Bryan Station Stakes at Keeneland and capped off her stateside career with the Grade 3 Noble Damsel Stakes. Interestingly, in that race she beat La Ville Rouge, the dam of Barbaro. Not only did Gino’s Spirit excel as a race horse, she also was well fancied for her broodmare potential. In the 2001 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale “Gino” sold to Newsells Park for $550,000 as a racing or broodmare prospect. She is the dam of GITANO HERNANDO (GB) two time [G1] winner with earnings over $2,000,000.
TEARS I CRY
(2004 m. by CHESTER HOUSE out of MOUNT HELENA) was purchased privately by BT prior to beginning her racing career, TEARS I CRY stamped herself as a filly to watch after breaking her maiden at first asking, going long on the grass at Belmont in May of 2007. The always-game daughter of Chester House is now a stakes winner and was second in the [G3] Ouija Board H. in May of 2008. She finished her career as a G3 placed stakes winner of over $150,000. TEARS I CRY was produced by the Danzig mare Mount Helena (GB), herself a daughter of Grade 1 Irish Oaks heroine Helen Street (GB) and thus a half-sister to leading sire Street Cry (Ire) and to the dam of European champion juvenile Shamardal. She sold in Keeneland November 2009 for $735,000. Her first foal by Curlin sold in Keeneland September 2011 for $700,000 to West Point Thoroughbreds.
WAKE UP MAGGIE
(2003 m. by XAAR [GB] out of KALAGOLD [IRE] )was purchased by BT, in partnership with Bloodstock Management Services, WAKE UP MAGGIE at the 2007 Tattersalls December Sale. She was a two-time Group 3 winner in England and runner-up in the 2005 [G1] Cheveley Park S. In her first start in the U.S., she was third in the [G3] Las Cienegas H. at Santa Anita and captured the Long Beach Stakes at Hollywood Park in her next outing, followed by a win in the Adoration Stakes at Del Mar. By Xaar (GB) setting a new track record, she finished her career with earnings of more than $600,000.