Expedited Vision (3,g, Hansen/Bang Away) pulled away in impressive style on Saturday to win by 6 1/2 lengths at Laurel Park. He is now undefeated in two starts and has earned $60,762. Expedited Vision was bred in Maryland by Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGinnes and is a graduate of the 2015 Keeneland Spetember Sale.
LADY ALEXANDRA (3,f, More Than Ready/Lophorina) was determined down the stretch to win by half a length yesterday at Belmont against a quality field of fillies. This was the third win for LADY ALEXANDRA in 6 starts and she has now earned $150,250. She was bred in Kentucky by Brookdale Farm, Jack Swain III, and Double K LLC and was born and raised at Brookdale. She is a graduate of the 2015 Keeneland September Sale where she was purchased for $150,000.
In his first start back since November, READY FOR RYE (5,g, City Zip/Embroidery) wasted no time to find his way back to the winner’s circle on Sunday at Belmont. The five year old now has 6 wins in 19 starts and has hit the board ten other times and has earned $710,260. Ready for Rye was bred in Kentucky by Soc. Agr. Santa Elena De Chimbarongo LTDA and was born and raised at Brookdale Farm. He is a graduate of the 2013 Keeneland September Sale.
Brookdale Grad WAR STORY (5,g, Northern Afleet/Belle Watling) pulled away in the stretch to win by 2 1/2 lengths on Saturday in the G2 Brooklyn Invitational at Belmont Park. With the win he bypassed the million dollar mark for earnings, and has now earned $1,154,305 in 21 lifetime starts. War Story was bred in Kentucky by Jack Swain and was born and raised at Brookdale Farm. He is a graduate of the 2013 Keeneland Septemebr Sale.
Brookdale Grad PAID UP SUBSCRIBER (5,m, Candy Ride (ARG)/Shriek) battled down the stretch with Champion SONGBIRD and just narrowly missed on Saturday in the G1 Ogden Phipps Stakes to place 2nd. In 14 starts she has earned $742,850 and has now hit the board in 5 of her last 7 races all of which were graded stakes. She was purchased by White Birch Farm at the 2016 Fasig-Tipton Novmeber Sale for $1,100,000.
Expedited Vision (2,c, Hansen/Bang Away) won in his career debut on Friday at Laurel Park going wire to wire. Expedited Vision was bred in Maryland by Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGinnes and is a graduate of the 2016 Keeneland September Sale.
Big Boy Candy (2,c, Twirling Candy/Ada Clare) put on quite a show on Sunday at Santa Anita by breaking his maiden by over 8 lengths in his career debut. Big Boy Candy was bred in Kentucky by Jack Swain and was raised at Brookdale Farm. He is a graduate of the 2015 Keeneland November Sale.
Brookdale Grad Miggsy (3,c, Hard Spun/Yes She’s A Lady) won by a nose on Sunday at Aqueduct to break is his maiden. Placed in both of his previous starts at 2, Miggsy has now earned $60,000 for owner Robert LaPenta. He was bred in Kentucky by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Tait and was purchased for $330,000 in the Keeneland 2015 September Sale.
Brookdale Sales was the #5 consignor by gross and average price (3 or more sold) for the 2017 Keeneland January Sale. Brookdale grossed $1,369,700 for the sale with an average of $47,231 per horse. Book 1 was highlighted by the mare Yes She’s A Lady and her Bodemeister colt that sold for $210,000 and $195,000.
War Story (4, g, Northern Afleet/Belle Watling) found himself back in the winner’s circle on Saturday at Aqueduct winning by 7 and 3/4 lengths in the Queens Country Stakes. War Story has 4 wins in 17 starts and earnings of $559,395. He was bred in Kentucky by Jack Swain and was born and raised at Brookdale Farm. War Story is a graduate of the 2013 Keeneland September Sale.