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Bred by Winchester Farm, Splashy Kisses (2016, Blame – Indian Valley), by Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Blame, broke her maiden as a 2-year-old and placed in the Gr. 2 Pocahontas Stakes to punch her ticket to the 2018 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies.
Do the Dance
2016 Kathryn Crosby Stakes winner Do the Dance (2013, Discreet Cat – Loure) was co-bred by Winchester Farm and is a half-sister to stakes winner and Winchester-bred Randonnee.
Little Curlin (2011, Curlin – Hoh Buzzard (IRE)), by Breeders’ Cup Classic and Dubai World Cup winner Curlin, narrowly missed winning the Gr. 3 American Stakes before going on to contest the 2016 Gr. 2 Del Mar Mile Handicap.
Winchester Farm-bred Princess Princess (2013, Discreet Cat – Chez la Femme) notched her first win at Keeneland before going on to finish in the money in the Gr. 3 Las Cienegas Stakes and the Wishing Well Stakes.
Alsvid (2009, Officer – Reagle Mary), Winchester Farm’s first $1 million earner, finished in the money 33 times during his racing career. He is a two-time winner of the Gr. 3 Aristides Stakes, and several other black type scores and finished in the money in the Gr. 1 Bing Crosby Stakes and the Gr. 3 Twin Spires Turf Sprint Stakes.
Triple Crown contender Frac Daddy (2010, Scat Daddy – Skipper’s Mate), whose wins include the Gr. 2 Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes, the Gr. 3 Bel Ali Stakes, the Gr. 2 Eclipse Stakes and who placed in the Gr. 1 Arkansas Derby, has his first crop of runners hitting the tracks this year.
Yuzuru (2010, Medaglia d’Oro – Macarena Macarena), bred by Winchester Farm, broke her maiden her first time out before going on to win the Forever Together Stakes.
Via Villaggio (2009, Bernardini – Hoh Buzzard (IRE)) finished in the money in the Gr. 1 Alabama Stakes, the Gr. 2 Delaware Oaks, the Gr. 2 Hollywood Oaks and the Gr. 3 Railbird Stakes, for earnings exceeding $370,000. Her first foal, by Empire Maker, sold for $350,000 in 2018.
Nine-length winner of the 2012 Gr. I Arkansas Derby, Bodemeister (2009, Empire Maker – Untouched Talent) narrowly missed winning the first two legs of the Triple Crown before being retired to stud. His first crop of 3-year-olds includes Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming.