Edition Farm - News
ARCHIVE NEWS 2005
Late Breaking News for 2005
( 11 / 2 / 05 )
PRETTY SARAH lit up the board
in today's fourth race paying a very healthy $ 81 for a two -dollar win
Owned by RJ and SL Stable, managed by Eugene Fischer,
Pretty Sarah was making her first career start
and was ridden to victory by journeyman jockey Jean Luc-Samyn
for trainer James Ferraro.
Pretty Sarah qualified her breeder, Frank Mancini, for a $4,960
The chestnut filly is by the former New York-based sire Rodeo,
whose connections qualified for a $1,722 stallions owner's award,
and is out of the 100-percent producing Cure the Blues mare, Scotch Mist,
and a sister to multiple stakes winner Cavanagh Special (Jacques Who),
winner of $381,069 in 26 lifetime starts.
Miss Bergdorf, our filly
by Old Trieste out of Storm Key by Storm Cat,
won her third race at Tampa Bay Downs
where she spent the winter.
She is going to Philadelphia Park
where her trainers, Pete and Sharon Wasiluk,
are based in the summer.
Behrly Mine breaks maiden at Aqueduct
Edition Farm's homebred, BEHRLY MINE,
rallied three wide around the last turn
and after a vigorous stretch run forged to the lead
in the shadow of the wire to break her maiden.
Making her fourth career start,
trainer Mike Daggett added blinkers for the first time
and named Jose Espinoza to ride
the three-year-old chestnut daughter of Behrens.
Behrly Mine is the 9th foal out of the 100% producer Mine Tonight,
a multiple stakes winner of $254,844 and
producer of stakes winners Minetonightsfirst (D'accord),
Pooska Hill (Phantom Jet);
and, stakes-placed and multiple allowance winner
Mine'spro (Distinctive Pro).
4th Race - Aqueduct - Maiden Special Weight -
Fillies and mares, three year-olds and up - One mile - Purse $42,000
Breeder Award - $2,520
Behrly Mine at Edition Farm in 2002
4-14-02, f., Behrens - Mine Tonight
Edition farm bred two fillies
who have have been nominated for
Champion 3 Year Old Filly of the Year.
Awards will be announced in April
at the Awards Dinner in Albany.
Late Breaking News for 2004
Take Bazzie Out
wires maiden field
at Big A
Edition Farm's homebred, TAKE BAZZIE OUT, making her
second career start, went gate to wire to defeat a full field of state-bred
two-year-old maiden fillies, today, at Aqueduct Racetrack.
The six-furlong race was run over the winterized inner-track,
listed "fast", and had a field of twelve fillies go to the starting
gate. Trainer Mike Daggett added lasix for the bay filly's second start
and named Shaun Bridgmohan to ride daughter of
New York-based stallion Take Me Out. Breaking from mid-pack, Take Bazzie
Out, was sent winging after the break
taking command down the backstretch and reached the half-mile pole in
47-seconds flat. Sydsational offered mild pressure but couldn't match
strides as Take Bazzie Out opened up
by five-lengths through the stretch holding off the late closing
If It's Meant to B by two-lengths under the wire. The End is Clear finished
third. Final time was 1:13 seconds flat.
New York State Thoroughbred board of director's member
Vivien Malloy, who qualifies for a $4,920 breeder's award,
owns the beautiful Edition Farm. Take Bazzie Out is out of the 100%
producing and allowance winning Crafty Prospector mare, Bazzie. The
sire, Take Me Out is a son of Cure the Blues and stands at Jonathan
Davis' Milfer Farm in Unadilla, New York.
With seven-crops to race, Take Me Out has sired 158-winners including
a graded stakes winner among his 16-stakes winners. Take Me Out is currently
listed in 6th position on the
New York-based stallion standings with progeny earnings
of nearly $2.1-million in 2004 and over $10.8-million lifetime.
Looking forward to 2005,
mares at Edition Farm, ours & those of our clients,
are booked to an impressive list of stallions including:
Yes It's True
Hold That Tiger
(12/8) A Very Young Jet breaks maiden at Big A
Edition Farm's homebred, A VERY YOUNG JET, making his
fifth-career start, broke his maiden today against
an 11-horse field of state-bred two-year-olds. The six-furlong race
was run over Aqueduct's winterized inner-track, listed "fast".
The chestnut gelding had finished second in his previous three outings
and was ridden, once again; by journeyman jockey
Aaron Gryder for trainer Mike Daggett.
Sarah's Prospect broke alertly from an outside post-position
to take the early lead followed closely by A Very Young Jet
with Nimble Wit racing along in third-position. Wing Man,
the odds-on 4-5-favorite, walked out of the starting gate
and spotted the field a dozen lengths in the early running
before advancing steadily along the rail to move into
striking distance. Taking the lead approaching the half-mile pole, reached
in 46.1 seconds, A Very Young Jet led the field
to the top of the stretch opening up by two-lengths
and while under a strong drive held off the fast-closing
Wing Man by a length crossing the wire.
Nimble Wit held for third money. Final time was 1:12.3 seconds.
Bred by Vivien Malloy at her beautiful Edition Farm,
A Very Young Jet is by A. P Jet, and is out of
the allowance winning Explodent mare, Vivaling.
Mrs. Malloy, who sits on the board of the New York
Thoroughbred Breeders Association, qualified for a $4,920
breeder's award. The sire, A. P Jet stands at Howard Kaskel's
Sugar Maple Farm in Poughquag, New York,
and has progeny earnings of nearly $2.7-million in 2004
placing him third on the active New York-based stallion
standings list, which is updated weekly by the courtesy
of Blood-Horse publications and posted on
the homepage of nybreds.com.