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Hip 109 – Unnamed Colt (TX)
Drk Bay or Brown Colt; foaled April 24, 2022
(Good Samaritan x Hidatsa, by Proud Citizen)
Ken Carson, Retired General Manager of Valor Farms, is one of the Thoroughbred industry’s foremost pedigree authorities. Highlander Training Center is proud to offer Carson’s notes & analysis on each of the yearlings in our consignment. We hope you find this information of benefit when evaluating these Highlander-consigned yearlings.
Ken Carson Pedigree Analysis:
TX-BRED Dk b colt (4/24/22) by Good Samaritan x Hidatsa, by Proud Citizen
*Hidatsa earned $130,811, hit the board in 13 of 20 lifetime outs
*Good Smaritan showed that he was a runner right from the start of his career. He won his first start of his career at Saratoga, then took G2 Summer Stakes, before running third in the BC Juvenile Turf. He went on to win the Jim Dandy S.-G2, the New Orleans H.-G2, etc.
He won $1,309,450 in his career--on the board in 13 of 20 outs
*This colt is from the 1-H family. Some of the best runners from this family include Triple Crown winner Justify, champion Stymie (born in 1941) started 131 times--35 wins, on the board 96 times; and won 25 stakes including the Belmont. Others from this family include champion High Gun, Afleet, Phone Trick