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2022 MD-Bred Yearling - UNNAMED
Colt, by Enticed 

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Colt. Enticed - Fly Girl (Jump Start)

Fasig Tipton - Timonium Yearling Sale
Auction Price: $20,000

 

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 first-crop sire Enticed out of the mare, Fly Girl, who was a talented turf sprinter in Maryland for trainer Graham Motion. 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've been very impressed with the physical conformation of the many Enticed yearlings we've seen thus far. Naturally, not all are created equal, but overall they look like a good bunch. 

- As a February foal, he already has good size, is straight-legged and has strong physical conformation. 

- Both his sire and dam were Stakes horses as 2yo's, so we're expecting there to be some precocity with him. 

Enticed - Fly Girl Yearling between horses.

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. Enticed x Fly Girl (Jump Start)

  • Both sire and dam were stakes horses at age two, suggesting he should be precocious 

  • Linebreeding to family 1x via Mineshaft and Not For Love as the damsires of his sire and dam - a pattern that duplicates the breeding of A.P. Indy, who appears 4x3 in this pedigree

  • Similar breeding to GSW Cyrus Alexander, by Medaglia d’Oro out of a mare by A.P. Indy and out of a full sister to Not for Love

  • The Medaglia d’Oro sire line produces 8.2% stakes winners with mares carrying A.P. Indy

  • The El Prado sire line has produced 13% stakes winners out of mares by Jump Start 

 

Enticed’s first foals have yet to hit the track, but there are reasons to be optimistic about his chances at stud. He himself was a solid but not brilliant racehorse, winning on debut and taking graded stakes at both two and three. His pedigree is his primary selling point; he is by Medaglia d’Oro, who has two G1-producing sons at stud - his son Violence has produced six G1 winners, and Astern has one. Enticed is out of the talented multiple G1 winner It’s Tricky, herself a daughter of a graded stakes winner. Physically, he’s a solid, well-balanced horse who combines traits of both his sire and dam, being a little shorter through the neck and back than the typical Medaglia d’Oro - generally a speedier type of conformation.

 

Fly Girl was a nice Maryland-bred who ran second on debut at Belmont Park at age two before breaking her maiden in her subsequent attempt. She finished second in the Maryland Million Lassie stakes that year, and was a solid allowance horse through her three-year-old season. She’s by the fantastic Mid-Atlantic stallion Jump Start, whose daughters have produced 62.6% winners and 3.5% stakes winners as broodmares. 

 

The first foal to race out of this mare, a filly by Declaration of War, was a two-time winner in maiden special weight and allowance optional claiming company at Canterbury Park. She earned over $80k in nine starts and only finished off the board twice. Fly Girl also has a two-year-old colt by Hoppertunity who has only raced twice, both in fairly tough spots, and while he’s failed to hit the board, he figures to improve with a little time and distance as a son of a horse who did his best running later in his career and who only has six winners from 25 starters in his first crop of two-year-olds. 

 

My favorite thing about this colt’s pedigree is that he’s linebred to one of the most influential female families in this history of our sport - La Troienne’s family 1x. Both his sire and his dam are out of mares by stallions from this prolific family, a pedigree pattern that is also seen in A.P. Indy, a horse that appears 4x3 in this pedigree. Family 1x’s Buckpasser appears three times in the fifth generation of Fly Girl’s pedigree, and she also brings in that family’s The Axe in her fifth generation as the damsire of Relaunch - you’ll notice that stallions from this family seem to do their best as damsires. 

 

This colt is bred very similarly to graded stakes winner Cyrus Alexander - a son of Medaglia d’Oro out of the mare Supercharger, who was by A.P. Indy and out of a full sister to Fly Girl’s damsire Not For Love. There are also similarities to Godolphin’s G1 winner Dickinson, a daughter of Medaglia d’Oro out of an A.P. Indy/Mr. Prospector mare. 

 

TrueNicks gives this pedigree an A++ based on the cross of El Prado and his sons with daughters of Jump Start. While only 56% of the 16 starters are winners, El Prado’s son Artie Schiller has two stakes winners out of different mares by Jump Start, for a strike rate of 13% stakes winners. These two daughters of Artie Schiller account for 11% of the stakes winners out of Jump Start mares. Additionally, Medaglia d’Oro has crossed well with A.P. Indy - his sire line produces 8.2% stakes winners and 1.3% G1 winners from 475 starters out of mares carrying A.P. Indy anywhere in their pedigree. 

*Pedigree Analysis is provided by Jessica Tugwell

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Enticed WINS the Gotham Stakes

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