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Highlander Training Center

Highlander Training Center is proud to offer these exceptional Yearlings.

For more detailed information, feel free to contact Jeff Hooper

Hip 183 – Play House (TX)
Bay Colt; foaled March 11, 2022
(Country House x Play For Play, by Pretty Wild)
Accredited Texas-bred.

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 Bay colt  (3/11/22) by Country House x Play For Play, by Pretty Wild 

*By Kentucky Derby winner COUNTRY HOUSE, won $2.1 million, 3rd in the Arkansas Derby

*Broodmare sire PRETTY WILD earned $398,280, and ran 2nd in the G1 Hopeful S.-G1, 2nd in the G1 Futurity S,  and 3rd in the Jerome H.-G2. A4 he won the Frisk Me Now S. and the Mr. Prospector S. He is a half-brother to G1 winner DISCREETLY MINE, G1 winner DISCREELY MINE ($799,350)

*Play for Play won 5 races and was 2nd in 4 more, earning $54,478

*From Family 14-B:  This female family includes such top horses as Brigadier Gerard-G1 (Eng), Dancing In Silks, Kentucky Derby winner Foolish Pleasure, Gift Box, Jersey Girl, Majesty's Prince, Nonsuch Bay, Purge, etc. 

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