Three Partnerships Left for Horses of Racing Age

Currently, Blue Chip Thoroughbreds has seven different offerings for racing or investment packages.  Of those, four are sold out and three are still available.  Here are the terms and conditions of the partnerships.

Big Headed Baby:  This two year old colt has distinguished himself as one of the top NY bred grass horses on the market.  A son of Mission Impazible, this colt is a half to a stakes winner and is from the same family as Grade 1 winner Carriage Trail, winner of almost $800,000. 60% of him is still available and he is ready to race.  He just worked this past week at Belmont Park and, as usual, he has proven to be an exceptional talent.

Japan Yearling Filly:  Of all the horses in our stable, this filly is the most intriguing.  By first-time sire Japan, a son of Medeglia d’Oro, this NY bred filly is by multiple stakes producing mare Unicorn Kid.  There are no less than four million dollar winners in this A++ pedigree.  She is expected to be broke sometime in mid-November.  50% of her is still available.

Lookin at Lucky Filly:  Our last offering is a Lookin at Lucky yearling filly who is a daughter of graded stakes winner Western Ransom.  This filly hails from the same family as Cetewayo, Dynaforce, and Wilcox Inn, all million dollar winners.  Her nicking pattern is an A++ match to the mare. She will be broke with our Japan filly in November, then headed to the racetrack. We have 50% of her left.

Mare in Foal to Frost Giant:  We have a private sale deal available with a mare that is in foal to leading New York sire Frost Giant.  We are breeding in NY to take advantage of the enormous bonus packages offered in NY racing and breeding. The baby is expected to be born sometime in March of 2019.

Mare in Foal to Uncle Lino:  We have a mare in foal to Pennsylvania sire Uncle Lino.  The sire was an extraordinary racehorse who ran in the Preakness as well as won stakes races in California.  Again, because of the Pennsylvania breeding program, we chose to breed to a stallion in the region.  The baby is due sometime in March of 2019.

 

 

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