Uncle Mo Colt Clocks Fastest Breeze Show Time In Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream Sale History – Horse Racing News

Uncle Mo Colt Clocks Fastest Breeze Show Time In Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream Sale History – Horse Racing News

Hip 96, an Uncle Mo colt, works an eighth in :9 3/5 seconds at the 2022 Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream Sale.

Monday’s under-tack show for the Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream Selected Sale Of 2-Year-Olds In Training saw the fastest time for an eighth of a mile since the boutique auction moved to Gulfstream Park in 2015.

The time was achieved by Hip 96, an Uncle Mo colt who stopped the clock in :9 3/5 seconds, eclipsing the previous record of :9 4/5 seconds, which has been achieved five times.

The bay colt is out of the winning Elusive Quality mare Brusquer, whose first foal to race is a winner. Brusquer is a half-sister to Grade 1 winner and record-setting commercial sire Tapit, which also puts this colt in a family that includes champions Rubiano and Summer Bird, notable sire Glitterman, and Grade 2 winner Madefromlucky.

Wavertree Stables consigned the Kentucky-bred colt, as agent.

Two other colts breezed an eighth in :9 4/5 seconds on Monday.

Hip 62 is a colt out of the winning Fusaichi Pegasus mare Soul Crusader, whose three foals to race are all winners, including the stakes-placed There Goes Harvard, by Will Take Charge. The California-bred colt hails from the family of Grade 1 winners Killer Graces and Killer Ability, and Grade 2 winner Chocolate Ride.

Classic Bloodstock consigns Hip 62, as agent.

Hip 100 is a first-crop City of Light colt out of the placed Dixie Union mare Cool Flame. His third dam is the multiple Grade 1 winner Raging Fever, putting him in the extended family of Grade 3 winner Stormin Fever and Grade 3-placed stakes winner Roaring Fever, both of which are sires.

Top Line Sales consigns the colt, as agent.

Monday’s fastest time at a quarter-mile came from Hip 48, a first-crop Bolt d’Oro filly who crossed the line in :20 2/5 seconds.

The bay filly is out of the winning Not For Love mare Rich Love, whose four foals to race are all winners. The Kentucky-bred filly’s page features Grade 1 winner Bounding Basque and Grade 2 winner Northern Soldier.

To view the full results of the under-tack show, click here.

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