$37,000 pinhook Street Boy impressive on debut

Street Boy, a Street Boss colt purchased for $37,000 by Chad Schumer as a yearling, ran out the impressive winner of his debut at King Abdulaziz racetrack in Saudi Arabia on Friday.

Bred by Millennium Farms out of the Corinthian mare Corinthian Wind, Street Boy was purchased by Chad as a Keeneland September yearling and resold with Church Farm and Horse Park Studs for 110,000gns in Europe at the Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up Sale.

The European group also included Indy Humor, the impressive winner of his debut in Sweden. The son of Distorted Humor was purchased for $20,000 as a Keeneland September yearling and resold for £260,000 as an Arqana May breezer.

Saracosa sells for $675,000

Saracosa sold for $675,000 at Fasig-Tipton’s November Sale in Kentucky on Monday evening to bring the curtain down on a wonderful association.

Bred by Meritage Ventures out of Schumer purchase Homeschooling, Saracosa carried the colours of Chad Schumer to victory in the Bob Fortus and Love Sign Stakes, the latter in a new track record.

The daughter of Bernardini was also placed in the Grade 2 Delaware Handicap and Grade 2 Azeri Stakes, and fourth behind Monomoy Girl in the Grade 1 La Troienne Stakes.

Saracosa was sold for us by Mill Ridge Sales as agent and Reynolds Bell signed the ticket.

Redesdale to stud at Hidden Lake Farm at Questroyal North

REDESDALE TO STAND AT HIDDEN LAKE FARM

Close relation to Danehill was the dominating winner of his first three starts

BREEDERS will have the rare opportunity to tap into the stallion making family of Danehill with the addition of REDESDALE (Speightstown – Harpia by Danzig) to Hidden Lake Farm at Questroyal North in New York.

Redesdale will stand for a fee of $5,000, stands and nurses, and a limited number of lifetime breeding rights are available. The horse retires to stud as the property of Hidden Lake Farm, LLC, Schumer Bloodstock and 3C Stable, LLC.

Campaigned by Chad Schumer and Brendan Walsh, Redesdale was the dominating winner of his first three starts over 6f. He was the sharp winner of a Churchill Downs maiden special weight on his career debut and later captured a pair of Fair Ground allowance races – on the second occasion he scored by four lengths for a 95 Beyer. He met defeat just once when injured in the G3 Commonwealth Stakes at Keeneland.

Making Redesdale a particularly exciting addition to New York is the fact that he is a member of arguably the most powerful stallion family in the world and from arguably the greatest sire line in the world.

By Speightstown, he is out of G3 winner Harpia, a Danzig sister to the outstanding stallion DANEHILL. Danehill sired 347 stakes winners during his illustrious stud career and is widely regarded as one of the greatest influences in the Stud Book; this year alone, his sire line has accounted for the winners of 75 G1 races worldwide.

Not only that, Harpia is a great-granddaughter of Natalma, dam of the ultimate breed shaper Northern Dancer.

This is the same family of the great sire Halo and Machiavellian – other important influences, as well as Proud Citizen, multiple graded stakes sire including two Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks winners.

“Redesdale offers every element for what I look for in a stallion,” said Chris Bernhard. “Speed, looks and pedigree. His family is second to none. How often can you get Danehill under the second dam? Danehill is arguably the most important sire/sire of sires in Europe and Australia, and Northern Dancer is in my opinion the most important sire line period.

“Our partnership group is very excited about developing Redesdale into the next big horse and we will support him heavily.”

Chad Schumer added: “I don’t think you can find a more powerful stallion family worldwide than that belonging to Razyana and Natalma, and for a competitive fee, Redesdale offers the breeders the chance to tap into just that.

“His race record offers a snapshot of the abundant talent that we know this horse possessed. We are in no doubt that he would have had the speed to be competitive with the best around had injury not intervened and we are looking forward to supporting him strongly at stud.”