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2022 MD-Bred Yearling - UNNAMED
Colt, by Mosler 

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Colt. Mosler - Fly Girl (Jump Start)

Fasig Tipton - Timonium Yearling Sale
Auction Price: $25,000

 

In Partnership with Team Gaudet and Ivery Sisters Racing, we're excited to continue to expand our presence in the Mid-Atlantic with two new Maryland-bred yearlings. This colt is by successful Maryland sire, Mosler, out of the mare, Grecian Maiden, who won five times in her career, earning over $200K.. Our Yearling is at Eagle Point Farm in Virginia, with trainer Karen Godsey, preparing for his racing career in the Mid-Atlantic. 

What We Liked About Him...

- We're not sure there's a better adjective to use for Mosler MD-bred progeny that fits better than - SOLID. He's putting out runner after runner in the Mid-Atlantic, and this one physically looks very good. 

-He's another February foal with good size, and showing some signs of precocity.

- There is a LOT of production on both the sire and dam sides, especially as 2yo's. He has three siblings that won as 2yos, so there's certainly plenty of promise with him. 

Mosler - Grecian Maiden Yearling on outside.

Partnership Details

Detailed pricing plans that include expectations for costs, communication and experience have been developed and are ready for distribution. Each plan includes: Cost of purchase, Mortality & Colic insurance, Training expenses covered through ALL of 2023Shipping expenses , and a 15% LBBS management fee. 

Grab a buddy or family member to split shares! We want to find a price point that works for you, so let us know and we'll try to accommodate.

Partnership Pricing Plan

Starter Share (1%)

Frequent communication & updates.

$700

Includes expenses through 2023, insurance coverage, shipping expenses, and LBBS Fee of 15% 

Bronze Partnership (2%)

Frequent communication & updates.

$1,250

Includes expenses through 2023, insurance coverage, shipping expenses, and LBBS Fee of 15% 

Silver Partnership (5%)

Frequent communication & updates.

Receive LBB Stables hat, and cup

$3,000

Includes expenses through 2023, insurance coverage, shipping expenses, and LBBS Fee of 15% 

Gold Partnership (10%)

Frequent communication & updates.

Receive LBB Stables shirt, hat, and cup

$5,500

Includes expenses through 2023, insurance coverage, shipping expenses, and LBBS Fee of 15% 

In-Depth Pedigree Analysis

Unnamed - c. Mosler x Grecian Maiden (Ghostzapper)

  • This colt is a full brother to a maiden special weight and allowance winner of over $150k

  • Two half siblings were winners at age two

  • Mosler is a half-brother to MG1W Contested, a daughter of Ghostzapper

  • The cross of War Front over Ghostzapper creates linebreeding to the mare Foggy Note via her son Relaunch and great-grandson Rubiano; the cross of Rubiano over Relaunch has produced 1.6% G1 winners and 6.2% stakes winners from a large sample size of 257

  • This colt is bred similarly to G1 winner Noted and Quoted, who was also by a son of War Front and out of a mare by Ghostzapper’s half-brother City Zip

  • Mosler has 10 winners from 11 starters from this mitochondrial family, with average earnings of $62,054

 

Mosler is a young stallion who has shown some promise as a regional stud, with 67.7% winners and 3.2% stakes winners from 93 starters to date. He himself was a stakes winning racehorse and a half-brother to multiple G1 winner Contested, a daughter of Ghostzapper, so the upside to this cross is obvious. Mosler’s only other foal out of a Ghostzapper mare is this colt’s full sister, a winner in maiden special weight and allowance company at Laurel Park and earner of $150k. 

 

Mosler was a winner at two and a stakes winner at both four and five, which suggests there is the opportunity for both an early start and a long career. Though Grecian Maiden didn’t debut until April of her three-year-old year, three of her four foals raced at two, and two of those were winners in their two-year-old season. 

 

Grecian Maiden was a stakes winner at both three and four, and the daughter of multiple stakes winner Willa On The Move. She has produced three winners from four starters, including this colt’s full sister and the talented gelding Bustoff, who has earned over $370k in his career. All nine of Willa on the Move’s foals to race were winners, but Grecian Maiden was the best of the bunch.

 

Ghostzapper has been a very solid broodmare sire, with his daughters producing 66.8% winners and 5.8% stakes winners. While the War Front sireline has not produced a stakes winner in three starters out of mares by Ghostzapper, I think the cross is very appealing because both of their damsires - Rubiano and Relaunch - come from the same female family (Rubiano’s third dam, Foggy Note, is the dam of Relaunch). The cross of Rubiano over Relaunch produces 1.6% G1 winners and 6.2% stakes winners in 257 starters. Three of the four G1 winners bred on this cross are from the War Front sireline, and one - Noted and Quoted - is by a son of War Front and out of a mare by Ghostzapper’s half-brother City Zip. 

 

In addition to his winning starter from this direct female line, Mosler has produced the $100k+ earner Waterworks from this “G2a” mitochondrial haplotype. In 11 starters from all Lowe families from this genetic family, he has 10 winners with average earnings of $62,054.

*Pedigree Analysis is provided by Jessica Tugwell

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