Palace Malice colt
Look at this one! By new sire sensation and CURLIN’s best son PALACE MALICE, who Todd Pletcher called "the most versatile horse I have ever trained, and one of the best." Here’s why: 2014 Eclipse Award Finalist; six-time Graded stakes winner of $2,691,135; the first Belmont (G1) winner in more than 30 years to win the Met Mile (G1) as well; the only older male of 2014 to win four consecutive Graded stakes on the dirt; the HIGHEST Beyer of 2014 up to a mile, and the HIGHEST of 2014 at 1 1/8 miles; and posted 8 consecutive triple-digit Beyers. No wonder people were fighting to breed mares to him, and now he’s a Top 10 Freshman Yearling Sire by average ($126k+) and his first yearlings this year brought $275k, $270k, $270k, $250k, $225k, $150k, etc. Once again we have to say – how can you go wrong with TAPIT? This stunning colt is out of the young multiple race-winning TAPIT mare GINGER TAP, who’s out of the stakes-winning mare JIG (IRE), and the black type just gets even more ridiculous from there. GINGER TAP’s first foal, a two-year-old filly by SCAT DADDY, brought $210k at OBS April and is preparing for her first start in New York.
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