Highlander Training Center
Highlander Training Center is proud to offer these exceptional Yearlings.
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Hip 44 – Unnamed Colt (LA)
Drk Bay or Brown Colt; foaled March 16, 2022
(Mor Spirit x Cheerforlute, by Midnight Lute)
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:
LA-BRED dark bay colt (3/6/22) (by Mor Spirit x CHEERFORLUTE, by Midnight Lute
*Mor Spirit is the first horse to win a Grade 1 stake at 2 and go on to win the Met Mile since HOLY BULL
* Mor Spirit was first or second 11 times in 14 lifetime outs. He has sired VELOCITOR ($225,079) in his first crop
*Cheerforlute is by $2,690,600 earner MIDNIGHT LUTE, winner of the Breeders' Cup Spriny-G1 twice, as well as the Forego S.-G1 and the Perryville S.-G3
*Cheerforlute's dam, SILVERBULLETDAY-G1, won 13 graded stakes including the Kentucky Oaks-G1, the Alabama S.-G1 and the Gazelle H.-G1. She won four graded stakes at 2, including the BC Juv Fillies-G1
*This is the 1-C family which is responsible for such horses as Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Awesome Again-G1, Horse of the Year Arts and Letters, Champions Behrens, North Sider, Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Macho Uno, Kentucky Oaks winner Sardula, etc.