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YEARLING DETAILS

Highlander Training Center

Highlander Training Center is proud to offer these exceptional Yearlings.

For more detailed information, feel free to contact Jeff Hooper

Hip 24 - Unnamed Colt (TX)

Dark Bay or Brown Colt foaled Feb. 16, 2022

(Competitive Edge x Better Than Mo, by Uncle Mo)

Accredited Texas-Bred

24.HEIC

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:

Hip #24 - Unnamed Colt (TX)

Dark Bay or Brown Colt foaled Feb. 16, 2022

(Competitive Edge x Better Than Mo, by Uncle Mo)

Accredited Texas-Bred

 

*By Competitive Edge, winner of the prestigious Hopeful S.-G1 at two, and the Pat Day Mile S.-G3  at three; won 4 of 7 outs at 2 and 3, earning $519,280.

*Competitive Edge is the sire of earners of $13,000,000 with average earnings per starter of nearly $74,000. His top performers include Ryvit (A TTA Yearling Sale graduate) that won three straight stakes races in 2023 including the Grade III Chick Lang Stakes at Pimlico.

* This colt’s dam is a half-sister to six stakes horses, four of which are stakes winners, three of which have earned more than $250,000.

 

*This colt is bred in a similar fashion to Instant Coffee, a Grade II winner of $412,815, Bank On Shea (SW of $509,650), and Emmeline (stakes-placed winner of $229,201. 

 

*This colt is from the 20- family, which claims among its members Horse of the Year Alysheba ($6.7 million in earnings), five-time Horse of the Year Kelso, champion three-year-old filly East of the Moon, millionaire Old Persian, French Derby winner Study of Man (Ire), etc.

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